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It's never too early to take stock of the NFL MVP race. Sure, the regular season is still a few months away from kicking off. But the 2019 MVP odds have already been released. That demands we stage a deep dive into the best possible betting options. Will Tom Brady repeat as the winner? Does Aaron Rodgers have something to say about this? What about Drew Brees? Is there a dark horse worth considering? Let's get into it.
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