Both of New York's football teams have potential MVP candidates in their backfield, according to Bovada. Only one of the two have a player under center that was given odds, though.
Odds Shark released Bovada's latest odds for the NFL's 2019 MVP Award and both Jets' running back Le'Veon Bell and Giants' running back Saquon Barkley were listed by the odds makers. Both landed with +5000 odds to take home the top-individual silverware next season.
The only rusher with higher odds to land the honor was Alvin Kamara from the New Orleans Saints.
For the Giants, the buck stops at Barkley. The Jets also have quarterback Sam Darnold listed at +7500.
Former G-men wideout and current Cleveland Brown Odell Beckham Jr. clocked in at +8000.
However, none of the odds for either team are particularly good. Darnold has the 21st best odds for quarterbacks on the list. Of the five first-round quarterbacks from the 2018 draft, Darnold has the worst odds of any listed. Baker Mayfield has some of the best odds of any player at +1100, while Darnold also trails Lamar Jackson (+5000) and Josh Allen (+7000). Dolphins' QB Josh Rosen was not awarded odds by Bovada.
The top-three odds belong to Aaron Rodgers (+900), Andrew Luck (+650) and reining MVP Patrick Mahomes (+450).