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Jerry Jeudy Next Team Odds: Will The Jets Take Him?

Adam Thompson for Bookies.com

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Jerry Jeudy Next Team Odds: Will The Jets Take Him?

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Jerry Jeudy certainly isn’t the problem for the Denver Broncos, who sit in last place in the AFC West with a subpar offense and a bottom-tier defense. 

But the Broncos appear to be going in the direction that Jeudy isn’t part of the solution, either. His numbers are down this season, and now he’s getting into spats with NFL Network analysts

A former first-round pick out of Alabama, Jeudy is just 24 years old and has a lot of football left in him. If Jeudy is made available before the Oct. 31 NFL trade deadline, there could be major interest. 

Bookies.com veteran oddsmaker Adam Thompson has used his resources of NFL contacts developed over 20 years covering the league to create his hypothetical NFL futures odds on Jeudy’s post-deadline team – if he isn’t in Denver. 

Jerry Jeudy Next Team Odds 

TeamOddsImplied Probability
New York Jets+35022.2%
Carolina Panthers+40020.0%
Green Bay Packers+45018.2%
Indianapolis Colts+55015.4%
New York Giants+60014.3%
Cleveland Browns+75011.8%
Houston Texans+9509.5%
The Field+11008.3%

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There have been moments for Jeudy, selected 15th overall in the 2020 NFL Draft. But the reality hasn’t matched the expectations. And it appears to be heading in the wrong direction. 

Through Week 7 of the 2023 NFL season, Jeudy is averaging 47.7 receiving yards per game, down from 64.8 ypg of last season. His 11.4 yards per reception is a career-low, and his 3.5 yards after reception is by far his worst. He also hadn’t found the end zone in six games played. 

Still, Jeudy was highly productive in college and has come close to 1,000 yards in two of his previous three seasons so far. He could be a starter and a boost to many passing attacks out there. 

The NFL Network reported Jeudy was the subject of phone calls in the preseason and the calls picked back up over the last few weeks as it appeared Denver’s season was hitting the skids. 


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Jeudy is set to make nearly $13 million in 2024 in the final year of his rookie contract. 

While the Broncos appear to be a “seller” at the trade deadline, head coach Sean Payton may prefer to hold onto Jeudy and make changes elsewhere. That said, Jeudy’s contract, and a deep free-agent class of WRs in the off-season, make this the time to move him if they’re going to at all. 

A number of contenders, or quasi-contenders, would be in the market for Jeudy if he’s made available. 

The New York Jets have won two in a row and QB Aaron Rodgers may be on the verge of returning for a stretch run. Despite having budding star Garrett Wilson on one end, the Jets rank dead last in passing yards. Adding Jeudy offers another legit target for Zach Wilson, and could be the difference if the Jets are or aren’t still in the hunt when Rodgers is ready. 

The Carolina Panthers have received more production than perhaps expected from veteran acquisition Adam Thielen. But Jeudy can grow and improve with rookie QB Bryce Young and fellow wideout Jonathan Mingo. 

The Green Bay Packers can’t seem to keep WR Christian Watson healthy, and QB Jordan Love could use help to revive a stagnant pass attack. A true WR1 could be a huge boon to an offense, and to a QB, that has a rush attack and veteran O-line. 

The Indianapolis Colts were on the lookout for receiver help before rookie QB Anthony Richardson was lost for the season. They still might be with Gardner Minshew and a 3-4 record, still in the hunt in the balanced AFC South. 

The New York Giants don’t have anyone that most teams would call a WR1, putting extra pressure on Daniel Jones to find open receivers – that often aren’t open – in front of one of the NFL’s worst offensive lines. 

The Cleveland Browns have one of the league’s top defenses but rank a rough 31st in pass offense. QB play is the culprit more than available targets. The Browns are more proactive than most in the trade market and could pull the trigger here. 

The Houston Texans have been one of the NFL’s pleasant surprises, 3-3 heading into Week 8 with the NFL’s fourth-ranked pass offense. Despite the production, Jeudy would likely be the top wideout on a team that currently leans on Nico Collins and Robert Woods. 

Teams that could improve upon a strong receivers room lead The Field, including the Detroit Lions, Washington Commanders, Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks

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Adam Thompson for Bookies.com
Adam Thompson
NFL writer and expert Adam Thompson joined Bookies.com in 2019 after a successful run as senior handicapper for SportsLine and CBSSports.com. He's long been established as one of the nation's premier handicappers, specializing in the NFL where he's hit on more than 60% over the past three years. Adam's NBA, PGA and horse racing picks have also produced major winners over the last 12 months. His customized NFL and NBA odds for players and teams have been picked up by hundreds of websites over the past year.