5. Dak Prescott
Do not rule out Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott as an MVP candidate. Prescott has been BALLIN this year, and he kept that up in Week 4. Prescott threw for only 188 yards, but he had four touchdowns. Prescott has been playing efficient football for the Cowboys, and they are a real team with him leading them.
4. Aaron Rodgers
The 2020 MVP is still so much fun to watch. Just the way he can move around and make everything looks so easy. He makes the hard throws look like routine throws, and it is fun to watch. On Sunday, Rodgers threw for two touchdowns in a hard-fought game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
3. Justin Herbert
It stinks that I had to drop Justin Herbert from No. 1 overall to No. 3, mainly because it is not like Herbert stunk or anything. Herbert is incredible. He is one of the best young quarterbacks in football, and you do not even need to talk about the word potential with him. He already has it. Herbert dominated on Monday Night Football, throwing for three scores and knocking off the undefeated Las Vegas Raiders.
2. Patrick Mahomes
One of the reasons Herbert had to move down two spots was because Patrick Mahomes is still unreal. Kansas City Chiefs fans must sleep so easy knowing Mahomes is their guy at quarterback. Mahomes threw for 278 yards and five touchdowns on Sunday. Yes, they were playing the Eagles, but still, Mahomes was slinging it, as always.
1. Kyler Murray
After Week 4, the front runner for the NFL MVP is Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray. Murray has been a beast all season, being ranked second twice and seventh last week. After defeating the undefeated Las Angeles Rams on Sunday, Murray finally claims the top spot and shows that his undefeated Cardinals are legit. Murray and his Cardinals are the last remaining undefeated team, and if Murray can keep playing elite football, they will be hard to beat.