Josh Allen is no longer the favorite to win the 2022 NFL MVP

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We’re just over three months away from the start of the 2022 NFL regular season and it’s safe to say that the excitement for the Buffalo Bills has never been higher…at least in 30 years.

The Bills are the favorites to win Super Bowl LVII in Arizona next February. The team had a top-five ranked offense in 2021 and the number one defense in yards given up per game in 2021.

Josh Allen is a huge reason the Bills are Super Bowl favorites. Allen has thrown for over 4,000 yards in each of the past two seasons, been a huge threat heading the ball and has nearly 90 total touchdowns since the start of the 2020 season opener.

Bettors have decided to put Allen at the top of the MVP candidates heading into the 2022 offseason, but for the first time since February, someone not named Josh Allen is the favorite to win the NFL MVP.

Justin Herbert (+500) is now the favorite to win the NFL MVP award.

Allen comes in at +600, while Patrick Mahomes is third at +900.

Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers barely missed the AFC playoffs last season, losing on a final second field goal in Week 18 against the Las Vegas Raiders.

Herbert threw for 5,000 yards in 2021 and got all of his offensive weapons back – Austin Ekeler (RB), Keenan Allen (WR) and Mike Williams (WR).

The Chargers bolstered their defense with star rusher Khalil Mack and greatly improved their offensive line.

However, the Chargers play in the toughest division in the NFL, as all of AFC West could possibly make the playoffs.

Herbert is awesome, but he will have Allen and Mahomes to fight for MVP. I wouldn’t count on Aaron Rodgers again and Lamar Jackson is also a possibility, if he can stay healthy and the Ravens can bounce back.

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