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NFL MVP Odds: Tim Tebow 100-1

Odds to win the 2012 NFL MVP Award were recently released by Bovada, and the most interesting name on the list is the longest shot in Bovada's field -- New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow. Bovada gives the Jets backup 100-1 odds of being the league's MVP. Starter Mark Sanchez? His odds must be longer than that, because Bovada does not even list him.

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As for New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning, the two-time Super Bowl MVP checks in at 18-1. There are eight players ahead of Manning, including his brother Peyton (10-1).

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Here are a couple of other notes from Bovada's preseason NFL awards odds.

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Offensive Rookie of the Year -- David Wilson and Reuben Randle of the Giants are 25-1 to win this one, and Stephen Hill of the Jets is 30-1.

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Passing Yards -- Eli Manning is 12-1 to lead the league in passign yards.

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Receiving Yards -- Victor Cruz of the Giants is 12-1 and teammate Hakeem Nicks 14-1 to lead the NFL in this category.

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