Odell Beckham Jr. Next Team Betting Odds

Odell Beckham Jr. Next Team Betting Odds

Nick Pedone
1 year ago
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Odell Beckham Jr. Next Team Betting Odds

Let's take a look at Odell Beckham Jr.'s Next Team Betting Odds to see what Vegas is thinking. It's become clear that Odell Beckham Jr. won't play another down in a Cleveland Browns uniform.

  • Las Vegas Raiders (+300)
  • New Orleans Saints (+350)
  • Baltimore Ravens (+400)
  • New England Patriots (+500)
  • Los Angeles Rams (+600)
  • Buffalo Bills (+700)
  • Indianapolis Colts (+800)
  • San Francisco 49ers (+900)
  • Green Bay Packers (+1000)
  • Tennessee Titans (+1200)

Las Vegas Raiders (+300)

This seems to be an easy destination landing spot.

For Beckham's brand, Vegas is a massive city with a wild international fanbase of Raiders fans. Not to mention, this would be a move that would fill a massive void for the Raiders in 2021 and beyond.

Obviously, they are without Henry Ruggs III who was released this week after being charged with a DUI resulting in death. Pair Beckham's talent with Hunter Renfrow, Bryan Edwards, and Darren Waller, and the Raiders will be set offensively to replace the void of Ruggs.

New Orleans Saints (+350)

This is another interesting option, as this is the lone team that made noted interest in Beckham at the NFL trade deadline.

Obiously, this would be a homecoming of sorts for Beckham, who played his college football at Louisiana State University. However, without Jaemis Winston, the Saints are without any real options at quarterback, and Beckham could become disgruntled once again.

Los Angeles Rams (+600)

Talk about big cities, Beckham loves the City of Angels.

This is an already high-powered offense featuring Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods. There's no reason to mess with Matthew Stafford's MVP campaign, and perhaps inserting Beckham could throw things off.

However, Los Angeles's second-round pick Tutu Atwell is done for the year with a shoulder injury. Downfield threat Desean Jackson was also released after not being able to be traded. 

San Francisco 49ers (+900)

This is where most of Beckham's drama in Cleveland began, if we're being honest.

In one of his first games with the Browns, Beckham told 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to "come get me" from Cleveland. While it's unlikely Garoppolo will be the starter in San Fran longterm, this fit gives Beckham a spot to have another chance at being a No. 1 option offensively.

Green Bay Packers (+1000)

These are far and away the most enticing odds, as just a $20 bet would payout $220.

The Packers have a small mess of their own right now since Aaron Rodgers has COVID-19, but once that's cleared up, they're a team poised to make a run at the NFL Championship.

Pairing Davante Adams with Beckham and Rodgers would be absolutely lethal and could closen the gap between Tampa Bay's offense and the Packers.

What This has Done for Cleveland

With Beckham released, the Browns have signed both of their stalwort offensive guards in Wyatt Teller and Joel Bitonio which were HUGE moves given the fact that the Browns had the cap room after dumping most of Odell's contract. 

The Browns officially released him on Monday with a restructured contract. Cleveland GM Andrew Berry has done his work to shore up the offensive line for years to come and let me tell you, this extends their window to make deep playoff runs and potential super bowl runs.

The Browns are currently 5-4 and will play a pivotal game against the New England Patriots in Foxborough.

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