Jerry Jeudy Trade Rumors: Odds of Jeudy’s Next Team

Jerry Jeudy Trade Rumors: Odds of Jeudy’s Next Team
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Less than six hours before the Denver Broncos (1-4) visit the Kansas City Chiefs (4-1) tonight at 8:15 p.m. (Amazon Prime Video), the trade rumors are running rampant across Colorado sports betting apps for Broncos' fourth-year wide receiver Jerry Jeudy. 

The league’s trade deadline is Tuesday, Oct. 31 (Week 9) at 4 p.m. ET (Jeudy’s bye week). 

Here are the possible landing spots. Keep tabs on BetColorado not just for hypotherical trade odds, but also updates on the Broncos playoff chances.

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Hypothetical Jerry Jeudy Next Team Odds

TeamPercentage ChanceOdds
Denver Broncos20%+400
NY Giants14.3%+600
Buffalo Bills14.3%+600
Carolina Panthers12.5%+700
New England Patriots12.5%+700
Green Bay Packers9.1%+1000
Dallas Cowboys9.1%+1000
Other10%+900

Jeudy Trade Rumors: Are The Broncos or Bills The Favorites?

Jerry Jeudy's next team odds remain strong with the Broncos at +400 with a 20% chance of remaining in Denver. Jeudy's athleticism and speed can help any team in the league, including the team he is on now, even if he is in a rough spot with embattled quarterback Russell Wilson.

The 1-4 New York Giants (+600, 14.3% chance) are second on the list, tied with the Buffalo Bills, and could do wonders for quarterback Daniel Jones, who needs some more offensive weapons on the outside. Similarly, the Giants’ Sunday Night opponent, Buffalo, would love to add more help to quarterback Josh Allen's offensive options besides wide receiver Stefon Diggs. 

Over in Carolina, youth could be served for rookie quarterback and past fellow Alabama teammate Bryce Young at the Carolina Panthers (+700, 12.5%). 

Other targets include the New England Patriots, also (+700, 12.5%), whose stagnant offense could use a boost; the Green Bay Packers (+1000, 9.1%) to help first-year starting quarterback Jordan Love and the Dallas Cowboys (+1000, 9.1%), who could use more offensive help for quarterback Dak Prescott to keep their NFC and Super Bowl Championship expectations alive. 

In four games this season, Jeudy has posted 17 receptions for just 208 yards (12.2 avg.) and no touchdowns. His biggest performance thus far was a five-catch, 81-yard performance in the 70-20 road disaster at the Miami Dolphins on Sept. 24. 

After tonight’s road test against the Chiefs, the schedule before the trade deadline is: home to Green Bay (Oct. 22, 4:25 p.m., CBS) and a rematch with the Chiefs at home (Oct. 29, 4:25 p.m., CBS). 
 

Keep an eye out starting tonight to see how Jeudy performs moving forward. Also of interest: Broncos Among NFL’s Worst Teams in October Since 2018.

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Lou Monaco is a reporter for BetColorado.com. He also is currently is a part-time writer for the high school sports department for NJ Advanced Media (NJ.com) in Iselin, NJ. Lou has over 30 years sports experience with previous stints at ESPN SportsTicker, Daily Racing Form and Oddschecker.

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