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Lamar Jackson Next Team Odds: Falcons, Jets Favored to Land the Former MVP

The Lamar Jackson next team odds continue to move and Jon Conahan previews them with why he thinks each team could be the right fit. Come check out the latest Lamar Jackson next team odds!
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Lamar Jackson Next Team Odds: New York Jets Favored to Land Lamar

The Lamar Jackson next team odds continue to move as many believe that there is a chance that the Baltimore Ravens do move the star quarterback. Amongst those teams, many believe that the New York Jets are the top landing spot for him and that's because of the type of talent that they could put around him. New York proved this season that they might just be a quarterback away from being an elite football team and Lamar could be the guy that they need to complete that.

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There are a few other teams in the recent Lamar Jackson next team odds, including the Atlanta Falcons, Las Vegas Raiders, New England Patriots, and even the Miami Dolphins. Let's break down the latest Lamar Jackson next-team odds and see where sportsbooks have him going next.

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Lamar Jackson Next Team Odds

TeamOdds
Jets+450
Falcons+450
Raiders+750
Patriots+750
Dolphins+750

As we can see from the Lamar Jackson next team odds, the New York Jets are the clear favorite to acquire the star quarterback if he doesn't return to the Baltimore Ravens. It's still uncertain what the Ravens would be asking for if they wanted to trade Lamar, but the Jets do have some pieces that they could decide to move if they feel that the risk would be worth it. Not only do the Jets have young talent, but they also have their draft picks.

If they can find a way to not have to trade a few of their young pieces and could just move a few draft picks and a player or two, this is certainly a deal that New York would likely do. Lamar can truly put this team over the top if those pieces continue to develop just as they did this season.

The Atlanta Falcons are certainly an interesting name here, but it's something to think about in terms of if this move would make sense from their perspective. Whenever there's a top quarterback out on the market, going after that player is never a bad idea. However, it seems that Atlanta is still far away from competing for a Super Bowl anytime soon. If they do believe that some of their offensive and defensive players can continue developing and Lamar Jackson is that missing piece, seeing them go after him also wouldn't be the most surprising thing in the world.

The Las Vegas Raiders could make a ton of sense for Lamar and that's why they're currently tied with the third-best odds in the Lamar Jackson next team odds. With superstar wide receiver Davante Adams and an elite running back in Josh Jacobs, the Raiders have all the offensive weapons that they could possibly ask for in terms of going out and getting another quarterback.

When also factoring in tight end Darren Waller and wide receiver Hunter Renfrow, there truly might not be a better landing spot for Lamar. Because of that, it wouldn't be surprising to see Las Vegas do everything that they possibly can to acquire him. There are rumors that they might be interested in Tom Brady, but that's a whole nother discussion here as it's not certain that Brady is going to return to the NFL next season.

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An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.

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