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Last Updated Aug 30, 2021, 13:54 PM

2020 NFL Free Agency Odds for Quarterbacks, Week 1 Betting Odds for Future Team - Tom Brady

NFL free agency begins soon and many big name quarterbacks are on the market. The top name is Tom Brady of the New England Patriots, who will be pursued by a number of teams as a potential place to end his storied career.

Also, veterans Philip Rivers and Andy Dalton are going to move forward after spending their entire careers with one franchise. Below is the list of quarterbacks that are either free agents of that can be traded and their odds for each individual team.

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Tom Brady's Prop Odds
NFL Team - Week 1, 2020

New England Patriots -180 (Bet $100 to win $55)
San Francisco 49ers +600 (Bet $100 to win $600)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
Los Angeles Chargers +650
Las Vegas Raiders +900
Tennessee Titans +1000
Miami Dolphins +1500
Dallas Cowboys +3400
Indianapolis Colts +4000
New York Giants +4000
No Team/Retired +4000
Chicago Bears +5000
Carolina Panthers +9500

Brady's Future Picks

The six-time Super Bowl champion is the most coveted free agent in the NFL. The Patriots’ quarterback is rumored to leave New England and head west perhaps to the San Francisco 49ers, Los Angeles Chargers, or Las Vegas Raiders. There is also a possibility that Brady can remain in New England, or even sign with Tennessee, the team that eliminated the Patriots in the Wild Card round of the playoffs last season.

It seems like his days in New England are finished since leading them to the Super Bowl title back in 2001. As far as where he lands for the 2020 season, there is a real possibility that he can be the new signal-caller for the Raiders, who are moving to Las Vegas and a new stadium this season.

Best Bet: Las Vegas Raiders +900

Philip Rivers' Prop Odds
NFL Team - Week 1, 2020

Indianapolis Colts -180
No Team/Retired +430
Las Vegas Raiders +750
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +750
Chicago Bears +1600
Tennessee Titans +1600
Miami Dolphins +1900
Washington Redskins +2300
Carolina Panthers +3400
New England Patriots +3400

Rivers' Future Picks

After taking over for Drew Brees as the starting quarterback of the Chargers in 2006, Rivers hasn’t missed a start in the past 14 seasons. Rivers threw for 4,615 yards last season, but was also intercepted 20 times as Los Angeles finished in last place of the AFC West at 5-11. Rivers did not have his contract renewed as he will have a new home in 2020.

As far as where Rivers will land, the Indianapolis Colts are the favorite at -180 (Bet $180 to win $100). The Colts dealt with the sudden retirement of franchise quarterback Andrew Luck prior to the 2019 season and went 7-9 with Jacoby Brissett starting, but Indianapolis may be looking elsewhere in 2020. Indianapolis seems like the most logical choice for Rivers, even though the Buccaneers and Raiders are also possibilities.

Best Bet: Indianapolis Colts -180

Andy Dalton's Prop Odds
NFL Team - Week 1, 2020

Chicago Bears +270
Indianapolis Colts +450
New England Patriots +450
Miami Dolphins +600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +600
Los Angeles Chargers +750
Las Vegas Raiders +750
Cincinnati Bengals +900
Tennessee Titans +1500
Carolina Panthers +2500

Dalton's Future Picks

The movement away from Dalton as the franchise quarterback started in 2019 following an 0-8 start. Dalton managed to win two games for the Bengals, but Cincinnati is likely going to nab Heisman trophy winner Joe Burrow from LSU with the top selection in the NFL draft.

Dalton has not made the playoffs since 2014, as Cincinnati made the playoffs for four consecutive seasons, but was knocked out each year in the Wild Card round. Dalton is still 9/1 to return to the Bengals, even though he would probably prefer an opportunity as a starting quarterback elsewhere. Since the Chargers don’t have a proven starting quarterback at the moment and if they miss out on Brady, Los Angeles could be a nice landing spot for Dalton.

Best Bet: Los Angeles Chargers +750

Jameis Winston's Prop Odds
NFL Team - Week 1, 2020

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -150
Chicago Bears +600
Miami Dolphins +600
Los Angeles Chargers +950
New England Patriots +950
Indianapolis Colts +1200
Jacksonville Jaguars +1500
Las Vegas Raiders +1900
New Orleans Saints +1900
Dallas Cowboys +2500
Tennesee Titans +3400

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Winston's Future Picks

Jameis Winston is favored to return as quarterback of Tampa Bay in 2020.
Jameis Winston is favored to return as quarterback of Tampa Bay in 2020. (AP)

If there was ever a puzzling stat line from a quarterback, it was the one from the former Florida State standout in 2019. Winston led the NFL in passing yards with 5,109 yards, which was aided by consecutive December games of over 450 yards through the air.

However, the top pick of the 2015 draft was intercepted 30 times, which was by far the most of any starting quarterback in the league. The Buccaneers owned a 7-7 record with two weeks remaining and lost the final two games to finish 7-9, marking the third consecutive season that Tampa Bay closed out with a losing record.

Of course the Buccaneers have options if they want to move on from Winston in 2020 with Brady and Rivers in the mix.

When it’s all said and done, Winston will likely be the man in Tampa Bay this upcoming season with plenty of ups and downs on his stat line.

Best Bet: Tampa Bay Buccaneers -150

Ryan Tannehill's Prop Odds
NFL Team - Week 1, 2020

Tennesee Titans -550
New England Patriots +600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +750
Chicago Bears +900
Los Angeles Chargers +1500
Las Vegas Raiders +1900

Tannehill's Future Picks

When the 2019 season began, Tannehill sat on the sidelines backing up an ineffective Marcus Mariota. The Titans’ offense received a huge lift when Tannehill became the starting quarterback following a 2-6 start and led Tennessee to the playoffs with a 9-7 record. Tennessee shocked New England and Baltimore in the first two rounds of the postseason in spite of Tannehill not putting up great numbers, even though he threw for 22 touchdowns and six interceptions in the regular season.

Tannehill is the no-doubt starting quarterback for Tennessee in 2020. Unless somehow Brady ends up playing for former teammate and current Titans’ head coach Mike Vrabel. That seems like the only quarterback that can unseat Tannehill next season, but Brady heading to Tennessee looks like a long shot.

Best Bet: Tennessee Titans -550

Per Reports - Ryan Tannehill and the Titans have agreed to a four-year contract extension. 

Teddy Bridgewater's Prop Odds
NFL Team - Week 1, 2020

New Orleans Saints +200
Miami Dolphins +300
Chicago Bears +340
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +380
Indianapolis Colts +600
Los Angeles Chargers +950
New England Patriots +1200
Las Vegas Raiders +2500

Bridgewater's Future Picks

A gruesome knee injury suffered in training camp of 2016 derailed Bridgewater’s promising career with the Minnesota Vikings, who he led to the playoffs the season prior. Bridgewater spent last season in New Orleans as the backup to Drew Brees and was thrust into the starter role when Brees tore a ligament in his thumb in Week 2. Bridgewater led the Saints to five consecutive wins prior to Brees returning to the lineup, but Bridgewater’s stock rose as a quarterback that can start in this league.

With Brees announcing his return for the 2020 season, it looks like Bridgewater will not start in New Orleans. Even though this is a major domino effect, look for Bridgewater to perhaps end up in New England, assuming Brady bolts Foxborough with the Patriots needing a reliable starter.

Best Bet: New England Patriots +1200

Nick Foles' Prop Odds
NFL Team - Week 1, 2020

Jacksonville Jaguars -250
Miami Dolphins +500
Chicago Bears +650
Indianapolis Colts +650
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +900
Los Angeles Chargers +1000
Philadelphia Eagles +3400

Foles Future Picks

Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles to the franchise’s only Super Bowl title in the backup role in 2017. Two years later, Foles received a four-year, $88 million deal to become the starting quarterback of the Jacksonville Jaguars. However, a shoulder injury in the season opener put a stain on Foles’ 2019 campaign which saw him make a total of four starts and Jacksonville go 0-4 in those contests.

Even though Jacksonville finished 6-10, the team is likely going to turn to Gardner Minshew, who showed promise in his rookie season filling in for Foles. The Jaguars have a new head coach and will look to deal Foles, as Chicago could be a nice landing spot since Mitchell Trubisky has not proven to be a franchise quarterback in two seasons.

Best Bet: Chicago Bears +650

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