Last Updated on April 30, 2020

On Thursday morning, ESPN’s Adam Schefter confirmed that the Cincinnati Bengals were ready to move on from Andy Dalton, their starting quarterback over the last nine years.

Despite never winning a playoff game, Dalton put up fairly impressive numbers throughout his career in Cincinnati and got them to the postseason five times in nine seasons.

Odds for Dalton’s Next Team:

Many sportsbooks are offering opportunities on QB Battles for 2020. Over at FanDuel Sportsbook, they have released a full list of where Dalton may end up next year.

Currently, the New England Patriots remain the favorite to lock up “The Red Rifle” at -135. The Patriots currently have Jarrett Stidham and Brian Hoyer as their potential starting options for 2020. When the news first broke that Dalton was released, his value on landing in New England was sky high before being bet substantially down.

If you believe the Patriots are most likely to sign Dalton, consider going with “Patriots Starting QB Week 1” (+200) rather than “Andy Dalton’s Team” (-135). That will offer you far better odds on your bet. Cam Newton is also on this list at +600 to start for the Patriots in Week 1.

Meanwhile, don’t count out the Jacksonville Jaguars who are on the board at +150. Jacksonville may be going through a rebuild with second-year starting QB Gardner Minshew, but new Offensive Coordinator Jay Gruden coached Dalton during his most productive seasons in Cincinnati and a potential reunion isn’t out of the question.

 

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