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Odds Show A Clear Favorite To Win NFL’s Offensive Player Of The Year

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The start of training camps in the NFL is right around the corner as teams will get back to work later this month, which means the beginning of the 2024 NFL regular season isn’t far away either, as teams will start the 2024 campaign the first week of September.

With the start of the season only a few weeks away, there have been many debates about what to expect for certain players and teams during the 2024 NFL season, which has led to some interesting things to bet on.

One thing that can be bet on right now is who will be the NFL Offensive Player of the Year next season, with some interesting options being favored to be the league’s top offensive player in 2024.

According to ESPN BET, Tyreek Hill of the Miami Dolphins is currently favored to win NFL Offensive Player of the Year next season, followed by fellow stars Christian McCaffrey, CeeDee Lamb, Ja’Marr Chase, Justin Jefferson, Saquon Barkley, Bijan Robinson, Breece Hall, Amon-Ra St. Brown and Garrett Wilson.

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— ESPN BET (@ESPNBet) July 7, 2024

All the players mentioned in the running for the regular-season award will likely have the benefit of being part of potent offenses next season, with the Dolphins possibly having the best offense in the league with Hill, Jaylen Waddle, Odell Beckham Jr., Raheem Mostert and Tua Tagovailoa leading the way.

The San Francisco 49ers are also expected to be a high-powered offense once again, with McCaffrey being a solid bet for this regular-season award as well, while the Dallas Cowboys and Cincinnati Bengals might also be able to put up some points on a weekly basis, making Lamb and Chase decent options.

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