ESPN: Why Kirk Cousins is Primed for a Career Season with Vikings - Latest 2018 Odds

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Kirk Cousins may very well be the richest quarterback in the NFL right now. He's guaranteed $84 million with the Minnesota Vikings.

The Vikings have the third shortest odds of heading to the next Super Bowl at 10-1.  Only New England at 6-1 and Philadelphia at 8-1 have shorter odds.

Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com writes of Cousins:

He has all the pieces in place to be on the cusp of something great this season with a career year while solidifying his status as a franchise quarterback.

Cousins knows having strong chemistry with the playmakers around him leads to success, the likes of which he experienced during the best year of his career in 2016 with the Washington Redskins.

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