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Blake Bortles given 66/1 odds to win 2016 NFL MVP

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Is Joe Flacco elite? Not as much as Blake Bortles.

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have two main contenders when it comes to being the 2016 MVP of the NFL. Blake Bortles has 66-to-1 odds and Allen Robinson was given 250-to-1 odds.

Here's a list of most of the candidates given out by Bovada today.

Bovada odds for 2016 NFL MVP

Aaron Rodgers: 4/1
Ben Roethlisberger: 7/1
Cam Newton: 15/2
Russell Wilson: 8/1
Tom Brady: 9/1
Andrew Luck: 12/1
Carson Palmer: 12/1
Eli Manning: 25/1
J.J. Watt: 25/1
Drew Brees: 33/1
Adrian Peterson: 33/1
Todd Gurley: 40/1
Tony Romo: 40/1
Derek Carr: 50/1
Andy Dalton: 50/1
Blake Bortles: 66/1
Antonio Brown: 66/1
Rob Gronkowski: 66/1
Brock Osweiler: 66/1
Matt Ryan: 66/1
Philip Rivers: 75/1
Odell Beckham: 100/1
Teddy Bridgewater: 100/1
Jamaal Charles: 100/1
Jay Cutler: 100/1
Ezekiel Elliot: 100/1
Joe Flacco: 100/1
Julio Jones: 100/1
Khalil Mack: 100/1
Marcus Mariota: 100/1
Alex Smith: 100/1
Matthew Stafford: 100/1 J
Jameis Winston: 100/1
DeAndre Hopkins: 200/1
DeMarco Murray: 250/1
Allen Robinson: 250/1

So, let's see who's on par with Bortles... Antonio Brown? Okay. Rob Gronkowski? Sure. Brock Osweiler? Oh, dammit.

What do you think of the list? Should Bortles be given better odds to win? Should Robinson? Would you make them even bigger underdogs?