NFL Offensive Player of the Year odds: Stefon Diggs is on fire
Stefon Diggs has emerged as a serious offensive player of the year candidate with the Buffalo Bills. Photo by Jeffrey T. Barnes/ap.

A crazy Week 2 of NFL football saw dozens of players find the end zone, including several of the stars who are in the running for Offensive Player of the Year.

The latest: Stefon Diggs has rocketed up the board through two weeks of action, but Justin Jefferson is still the favourite. Saquon Barkley reminded everyone why he was a top-five draft pick, but staying healthy will be his big question.

Here are the latest NFL Offensive Player of the Year odds.

NFL Offensive Player of the Year odds

Check out the latest odds to win NFL Offensive Player of the Year. Click linked odds to add selection to betslip.

PlayerOdds (Sept. 21)Odds (Sept. 14)Preseason Odds
Justin Jefferson+700+600+1,500
Cooper Kupp+800+1,000+1,000
Stefon Diggs+1,000N/A+4,500
Jonathan Taylor+1,000+700+800
Ja'Marr Chase+1,500+1,500+1,000
Lamar Jackson+1,700+2,200+2,500
Davante Adams+2,000+1,500+1,400
Deebo Samuel +2,000+2,000+1,400
Josh Allen +2,000+2,000+2,000
Saquon Barkley+2,000+2,000+7,000
Patrick Mahomes +2,000+2,000+2,200

Odds as of 11:34 a.m. on 09/21/2022.

Best NFL Offensive Player of the Year odds

The favourite: Justin Jefferson (+700)

Talk about an entrance.

After being hyped all offseason as the player who could dethrone Cooper Kupp as the best receiver in the NFL, Jefferson delivered in a big way to start the season.

The former LSU Tiger went off for 184 yards and two touchdowns against the Green Bay Packers, most of which was seemingly uncontested.

A tough Week 2 saw him collect just 48 yards, though it was not for lack of trying on Kirk Cousins' part — Jefferson was targeted a team-high 12 times. That's a trend that should continue all season.

Jefferson broke out as a sophomore last season and is in a solid position to eclipse his career-high 1,616 yards and 10 touchdowns with new coach Kevin O'Connell at the helm.

O'Connell was responsible for the Rams' playcalling last season, which saw Kupp take home the receiving triple crown and Offensive Player of the Year award.

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Best Value: Stefon Diggs (+1,000)

Diggs was a +4,500 long shot to win this award before the season and now sits tied for third behind only Jefferson and Kupp.

It's hard to argue against Diggs' abilities as a receiver. His four touchdowns are the most of any player through two games while his 270 yards are good for second.

It doesn't hurt that he has Josh Allen throwing to him, either. The 26-year-old gunslinger is favoured to win the MVP and Diggs is his No. 1 target.

Diggs erupted in Buffalo's first home game of the year, with three touchdowns and 148 yards in a 41-7 blowout over the Tennessee Titans.

He's on a torrid pace through two games and has gashed the reigning Super Bowl champs and 2021 AFC No. 1 seed for 120-plus yards each.

Player, yearReceptionsYardsTouchdowns
Diggs 20211031,12510
Diggs 2022 (pace)1702,29534

Obviously, we don't expect the receiver to produce at his current pace — especially in the TD department — but we wouldn't be surprised if Diggs shattered his 2021 marks with this version of Allen under centre.

Player to watch: Saquon Barkley (+2,000)

Barkley had a vintage performance in his opener with 164 rushing yards and a touchdown. He also punched in a game-winning two-point conversion.

Perhaps using the word vintage isn't fair here. After all, Barkley is just 25.

He followed that up with an 88-yard performance against the Panthers, as the Giants improved to 2-0.

It has been four years since the No. 2 overall pick led the league in all-purpose yards, and we're keen to see if he can keep up this productivity in an offence led by former Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.

Saquon has one of the most diverse skillsets of any back in the league, blending raw power with elite agility, lightning speed and solid hands.

Injuries have derailed Barkley's productivity over the past three seasons, but if he can stay healthy, an OPOY nod isn't out of the question.

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