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Nick Foles 2018 Roster Prop Odds

Nick Foles 2018 Roster Prop Odds - Bovada Sportsbook

Which team will Nick Foles play for in the 2018 NFL season? That question has been among the most-asked in NFL circles after the veteran quarterback led the Philadelphia Eagles to a surprising 41-33 win over the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

Foles resurrected his career after taking over under center after Eagles star quarterback Carson Wentz suffered a season-ending knee injury in the final month of the campaign. As the Eagles steadily sank at the sportsbooks, Foles steadied the ship, powering Philadelphia to three straight outright wins as betting underdogs and the first Super Bowl victory in franchise history.

However, with Wentz on pace to reclaim his starting job next season, Foles’ future looks unclear. The 29-year-old has one year remaining on his contract, and is pegged as a +115 bet on the Nick Foles 2018 roster prop odds to still be a member of the Eagles in Week 1.

But with a number of NFL teams looking to make quarterback changes, there is no shortage of potential destinations for Foles during the offseason.

The Arizona Cardinals closely follow Philadelphia as a +400 Nick Foles 2018 roster prop bet. The 8-8 Cardinals missed the postseason for a second straight year in 2017, and are expected to look for an upgrade at quarterback following the retirement of veteran passer Carson Palmer.

The Cleveland Browns sit deadlocked with the New York Jets at +600 on the odds on which team Nick Foles will play for in the 2018 NFL season, while the Denver Broncos join the Buffalo Bills at +700, and the Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars sit knotted at +1400.

The Browns have nowhere to go but up after going 0-16 in 2017. Following a standout collegiate career at Notre Dame, quarterback DeShone Kizer struggled in his rookie season in Cleveland, tossing just 11 touchdowns against 22 interceptions.

However, the arrival of Kizer represents the most stability the Browns have had under center in recent years. Kizer appeared in 15 games in 2017, becoming the first of 10 Browns passers to achieve the feat since Brandon Weeden appeared in 15 contests in 2012.


Jets, Bills Other Potential Foles Destinations

The Jets are also desperate to find a long-term solution under center. Josh McCown is a free agent after appearing in 13 games last season. New York expected big things from third-year passer Bryce Petty, but the 26-year-old wilted in three appearances down the stretch, and is unlikely to get consideration as the Jets starter next season.

The Buffalo Bills ended a two-decade playoff drought with Tyrod Taylor running the offense. However, Taylor was briefly benched during the regular season, and is due to make $10 million in 2018, a price tag that may prove too rich for the Bills, who opened at a distant +6600 on the Super Bowl 53 odds.

Both the Vikings and Jaguars emerged as legitimate playoff contenders this season. Minnesota remains a strong +1400 bet but faces huge question marks at quarterback with the return to health of both Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford.

Blake Bortles led the Jaguars to their first AFC Championship Game since 1999, but is scheduled to make a massive $19 million in the final year of his contract next season.


*Odds as of February 8, 2018

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