Bryce Young NFL MVP Odds: Panthers’ Second-Year QB a Massive Longshot

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NFL fans in the state of North Carolina have several months to wait to bet on games during the 2024 NFL season, but they can start placing futures wagers on the upcoming campaign right now. Panthers fans have several markets they can check out, including Carolina Panthers win total odds and Carolina Panthers Super Bowl 59 odds.

It’s also possible to bet on Panthers QB Bryce Young to win NFL MVP in 2024, though he’d need a historic jump to contend for that award after a tough first season under center. The 2021 Heisman Trophy winner at Alabama is currently priced at as long as .

 

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Bryce Young 2024 Outlook

Young arrived in Charlotte with massive expectations after Carolina’s blockbuster trade with the Chicago Bears to move up to No. 1 to select him in the 2023 NFL Draft. But any hopes that a Panthers’ O-line that played well in 2022 plus a receiving core that was overhauled last summer would help Young ease into NFL life were quickly dashed. Injuries, especially at guard, struck along the offensive line immediately, while Adam Thielen proved to be Young’s only reliable target.

The top pick in the 2023 NFL Draft found himself at the helm of an abysmal offense as Carolina lost its first six games of the season en route to a 2-15 finish that led to a change at head coach (Dave Canales replaced Frank Reich, who was fired during his first season on the job) and GM. Canales and new GM Dan Morgan have been busy early in free agency, adding three starters who should help Young in 2024: guards Robert Hunt and Damien Lewis, as well as receiver Diontae Johnson. The Panthers also traded away Brian Burns and lost a few other starters on defense in early March but do appear to at least enter 2024 with a better offensive supporting cast for their young QB than they had in 2023.

That might explain why oddsmakers vary on Young’s futures prices for 2024 NFL MVP: As of March 14, his odds are +10000 at FanDuel North Carolina, +12500 at BetMGM North Carolina, +15000 at both DraftKings North Carolina and Caesars Sportsbook North Carolina, and +20000 at bet365 North Carolina.

Bryce Young 2024 Offensive Player of the Year, Super Bowl MVP Odds

Two other futures props available for Young are NFL Offensive Player of the Year and Super Bowl MVP.

 

Young finished his rookie season with 2,877 passing yards, 11 passing TDs, and 10 interceptions. He’d need to dramatically improve in all those categories, and probably would have to do so on a Panthers team in contention for the playoffs, to have a chance at either Offensive Player of the Year or Super Bowl MVP.

Later this offseason, odds will become available to bet on Young’s season-long props for passing yards and passing touchdowns, but as of March 14, the only odds available are for individual honors.

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Tyler Everett

Tyler Everett

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Tyler Everett has been a sports writer since joining the student newspaper at his alma mater, NC State, back in 2008. He's covered sports and sports business for a number of newspapers and websites, including the Denver Broncos, Charlotte Observer, High Press Soccer, and Sports Business Journal, where he currently works full-time.

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