Aaron Rodgers Next Team Odds: All Signs Point To Jets

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Aaron Rodgers has been out of his darkness retreat long enough for his eyes to adjust to the light, but he has yet to shed any light on his future in the NFL. The Raiders have been the favorite to land him, per Aaron Rodgers next team odds posted at sportsbooks, even after they said they were not interested.

But in light of recent news, a new team has taken over as the betting favorite. Which team? A team whose owner pledged to the fans that he would do what it takes to acquire a new quarterback — the New York Jets.

Jets Move To Top of Odds To Be Aaron Rodgers’ Next Team

This has been a tricky market because sportsbooks keep taking it down. With talks appearing to heat up with the Jets, Aaron Rodgers next team odds were up long enough for the Jets to become the favorite. But with all signs now pointing toward the Big Apple, the odds have already been taken down.

But from what we’ve been able to gather, here are the latest numbers (as of Mar. 7):

  • Jets -125
  • Raiders -120
  • Titans +950

According to those odds, the Jets have a 55.6% chance of acquiring Rodgers, but the Raiders still have a 54.5% chance (there’s vig priced into the lines, of course). The Titans have been in the conversation because they could use an upgrade at quarterback, but there has never been anything more than speculation tying them to Rodgers.

Other reports have the Jets as short as -300, with the Raiders falling back to +300, followed by Miami at +600 and Tennessee at +900.

A decision on the future of Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers could be coming soon. Will he remain in Green Bay or will the Packers ship him off to the Jets, Raiders, etc.? (AP Photo/Morry Gash)

Betting Analysis For Aaron Rodgers Next Team Odds

If you catch a sportsbook with Aaron Rodgers next team odds posted, it appears the Jets are the way to go. But at this point, if odds get posted, the Jets will more than likely have minus odds. That means you’ll have to risk more to win less.

Let’s say you took a flyer on the Titans at +900; a $100 wager would result in a $1000 payday, your stake plus $900 in winnings. For argument’s sake, let’s say the Jets get posted at -300. That means you’ll have to risk $300 to win $100.

But chances are good that we will not see Aaron Rodgers next team odds posted again. However, you can still cash in. The rumors and news reports tying Rodgers to the Jets have been enough to encourage many bettors to put money on the Jets to win the Super Bowl. Consequently, their Super Bowl 58 odds are getting shorter:

But if the Jets acquire him, their odds will skyrocket up betting boards. For now, there is still value in betting on the Jets to win Super Bowl 58. But if they move again, which they will once a trade becomes official, that may not be the case.

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Travis Pulver

Travis Pulver

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Travis Pulver is a senior writer for Gaming Today and a lifelong football fan, something he says comes naturally having been born in the football-crazy state of Texas. Through the years, Pulver's love of sports has extended into baseball, basketball, golf, and rugby. Life currently finds him in Indiana with his wife and two kids.

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