Get the latest NFL MVP Defensive Player of the Year betting odds and track movement for all top players during the 2024 NFL season.

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2024 NFL Defensive Player of the Year Odds to Win

PlayerTeamCurrent Odds
Micah ParsonsDallas Cowboys+550
T.J. WattPittsburgh Steelers+650
Nick BosaSan Francisco 49ers+650
Maxx CrosbyLas Vegas Raiders+650
Myles GarrettCleveland Browns+700
Aidan HutchinsonDetroit Lions+1100
Josh AllenJacksonville Jaguars+1800
Chris JonesKansas City Chiefs+2500
Will Anderson Jr.Houston Texans+3000
Montez SweatChicago Bears+3000

Who is the current favorite to win the 2024 Defensive Player of the Year?

Micah Parsons is currently the favorite to win the 2024 Defensive Player of the Year at +550 odds, followed by T.J. Watt, Nick Bosa, and Maxx Crosby (+650).

Best Bet to win the 2024 Defensive Player of the Year:

Aidan Hutchinson (+1100)

This award has been dominated by players who can get after the quarterback, so looking at pass rushers is the right first step. It also makes sense to go a little down the board this early in the offseason. While Hutchinson finished with “just” 11.5 sacks last season, his 17.4% pressure rate was an elite number and a big jump up from where he was a rookie. Another step forward in year three would put Hitchinson right in the mix of the top defenders in the league.

» Bet it now: +1100

When Should you bet on the Defensive Player of the Year?

If you’re betting on Defensive Player of the Year favorites, you should place bets closer to the start of the season — that way you’ll keep funds in your account for an extra couple of months.

When placing a future bet an important concept to understand is the time value of money. The concept that money is worth more now than the same sum will be worth in the future due to its earning potential in the interim.

Wagering now comes at an opportunity cost as the 2024 Defensive Player of the Year bet will not be graded until February 2024 tying up funds wagered for many months.

Does this concept insinuate that no future bet should be made until closer to the season? No, the offseason is a great time to identify mispriced higher-odds players that could have their odds shift significantly with roster changes, also the players with higher odds reduce the time value effect as the potential payout is higher.