Andy Dalton Next Team Odds: Jaguars, Chargers Most Likely Landing Spots for Bengals QB
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- Updated betting odds for Andy Dalton's next team have the Jaguars remaining +175 favorites, followed closely by the Chargers at +225.
- The possibility of Dalton remaining in Cincinnati is given +250 odds, implying a probability of 28.6%.
- Following the three frontrunners, the Patriots and Redskins are each at +750, and the Dolphins and Raiders come in at +1000 and +1500, respectively.
Andy Dalton may not be a free agent, but he’s also not expected to be wearing orange and black come the start of this NFL season.
The Bengals quarterback is still under contract for another year, but with Cincinnati expected to use its No. 1 overall draft pick on Heisman winner Joe Burrow, it’s unlikely that Dalton will remain a Bengal in 2020.
To be exact, oddsmakers give that possibility about a 28.6% implied chance of happening.
As for where they think he’ll end up, the list is topped by the Jacksonville Jaguars and Los Angeles Chargers.
Andy Dalton Next Team Odds
- Jacksonville Jaguars: +175 ($10 bet profits $17.50)
- Los Angeles Chargers: +225 ($10 bet profits $22.50)
- Cincinnati Bengals: +250
- New England Patriots: +750
- Washington Redskins: +750
- Miami Dolphins: +1000
- Las Vegas Raiders: +1500
Jacksonville recently parted ways with Nick Foles (by trading him to the Bears), leaving the Jags with Gardner Minshew as their starting quarterback. While Minshew served as a nice surprise last year, it’s possible that the Jaguars could see value bringing in an arm with more experience.
The Chargers are next at +225, and have a similar need for a quarterback following the departure of Philip Rivers. LA’s depth at QB currently consists of Tyrod Taylor and Easton Stick.
After those two, the possibility of Dalton remaining a Bengal comes in at +250. That’s a huge boost from where Cincy sat on this list at the beginning of the week — down at +1000 (9.1% implied probability).
After a bit of a jump, the Patriots and Redskins come in at +750. The Pats recently added Brian Hoyer to a trio that also includes Jarrett Stidham and Cody Kessler, perhaps a sign that they’re out of the Dalton market.
Washington, meanwhile, was up at +200 on this list prior to trading for Kyle Allen Monday afternoon.
The list closes out with the Dolphins at +1000, and the Las Vegas Raiders — currently employing both Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota — as +1500 longshots.