It makes complete sense that Daniel Jones' odds to win the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award would take a pretty big jump after being named the Giants starting quarterback over Eli Manning this week.
But exactly how much have they moved?
According to BetOnline via Odds Shark, Jones has jumped to the second-best odds to win the hardware.
The latest odds have Jones at +500, which only trailed first-overall pick Kyler Murray, the Arizona Cardinals starting quarterback. Jones is also in a tie with Oakland Raiders running back Josh Jacobs as well.
At one point this offseason, Jones' odds were much, much worse. Or better, depending on the way you look at it. In July, Jones had +4200 odds handed to him to win the hardware, according to Bleacher Report. That was way back when the Giants' front office backed Manning as the starter.
Here are the latest updated odds for the Offensive Rookie of the Year Award via Odds Shark, which were released on Wednesday:
Updated odds to win NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (BetOnline):- Odds Shark (@OddsShark) September 18, 2019
Brown/Haskins +5000 pic.twitter.com/738aVnBaB0