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Odds for 2015 NFL MVP: Matt Forte is 40/1 and Jay Cutler is 50/1

Online sportsbook Bovada has revealed their odds to win the 2015 NFL MVP, and would you believe they actually list two Chicago Bears?

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For you gambling types, how do you feel about a long-shot?

Bovada, the popular sportsbook, casino and poker room, came out with their odds for 2015 NFL MVP and the usual suspects litter the top of the list. They have odds for 33 players listed, but not all 32 teams are represented. The Chicago Bears however, have two players makes the cut.

Any of you Bears' fans confident enough to plop down a few bucks on one of Chicago's offensive weapons?

Here's the full list from Bovada.

Aaron Rodgers (5/1)
Andrew Luck (7/1)
Adrian Peterson (12/1)
J.J. Watt (12/1)
Peyton Manning (16/1)
Le'Veon Bell (20/1)
Tom Brady (20/1)
Drew Brees (20/1)
Jamaal Charles (20/1)
Ben Roethlisberger (20/1)
Russell Wilson (20/1)
Odell Beckham (25/1)
Dez Bryant (25/1)
Calvin Johnson (25/1)
Eddie Lacy (25/1)
Marshawn Lynch (25/1)
DeMarco Murray (25/1)
Tony Romo (25/1)
Philip Rivers (33/1)
Joe Flacco (40/1)
Matt Forte (40/1)
Eli Manning (40/1)
Matt Ryan (40/1)
Matthew Stafford (40/1)
Ryan Tannehill (40/1)
Sam Bradford (50/1)
Antonio Brown (50/1)
Jay Cutler (50/1)
Andy Dalton (50/1)
Julio Jones (50/1)
Colin Kaepernick (50/1)
Cam Newton (50/1)
Demaryius Thomas (50/1)

In other gambling news...

Head coach John Fox is 35/1 to be the first head coach fired this season. Fox getting canned is even more unlikely than Forte or Cutler winning MVP in my opinion.

If you want to check out the full list of coaches-to-be-fired odds, head over to our sister site Arrowhead Pride right here.