2020 NFL Free Agency Tracker: How Betting Odds Are Changing With Signings & Trades
Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images. Pictured: Philip Rivers
Just as much of the sports world came to a halt, the NFL offseason reached its fever pitch.
The new league year, which kicked off on Monday, brings with it tons of player movement between free agency and trades. Among the dominoes? How betting odds shift as players find new homes.
We’re tracking the before and afters of team futures as news breaks. Find the latest updates below.
2020 NFL Free Agency Tracker
Bears Futures Hold Steady After Nick Foles Trade
Chicago brought in another quarterback on Wednesday, but with it unclear who will be the Week 1 starter, the Bears’ odds have remained the same:
- Bears Super Bowl Odds: +4000
- Bears Win Total: 7.5
- Bears Odds to Win the NFC: +1800
- Bears Odds to Win the NFC North: +450
Buccaneers Odds Rise After Tom Brady Report
All signs point to Tom Brady landing in Tampa Bay.
Following a flurry of reports about his decision, sportsbooks have already halved the Bucs’ Super Bowl odds and other futures. Find the full details here.
Colts Win Total Gets A Boost with Philip Rivers
Rivers was the next QB domino to fall, reportedly agreeing to a one-year deal with Indy, giving the team’s win total a bump from 8 to 8.5 at PointsBet.
Panthers Win Total Falls After Teddy Bridgewater News
Just hours after making Cam Newton a trade piece, news broke that the Panthers were closing in on a deal to make Bridgewater their next quarterback.
Carolina had a win total of 6 at PointsBet heading into the new league year, but now less than 48 hours later, that’s down to 5. The Panthers’ Super Bowl (+7000), conference (+3000) and NFC South (+1100) futures, however, have all head steady at DraftKings.
Cam Newton Trade Odds
With the Panthers publicly putting Newton on the trading block, another QB has entered the market.
Here are the odds to be his Week 1 team, via FanDuel:
- Bears: +125
- Chargers: +210
- Pats: +470
- Bucs: +500
- Redskins: +750
- Dolphins: +1000
- Broncos: +2900
- Bengals: +4800
- Steelers: +4800
Patriots Super Bowl Odds Fall With Tom Brady Out
The Brady-Belichick era is officially over in New England.
Betting Impact of Amari Cooper & Stefon Diggs Deals
Cooper is re-signing in Dallas, but there hasn’t been much movement as a result: They Cowboys are still +1800 to win Super Bowl, +850 to win NFC, +130 to win NFC East and have a 9-win total at DraftKings.
Meanwhile, the Bills’ Super Bowl odds improved from +3500 to +3000 following their trade for Diggs late Monday. Their conference odds also rose from +1600 to +1500, though their AFC East futures and win total remain down at DraftKings with Tom Brady’s decision still hanging in the balance.
DeAndre Hopkins-David Johnson Trade Moves Market
There was a clear winner of this trade — at least that’s what sportsbooks seem to think.