Oddsmakers Favor The Patriots As Julio Jones’ Most Likely Destination

  • The New England Patriots are the -150 favorites to be the landing spot for Julio Jones if he were to be traded.
  • The Tennessee Titans, with odds of +300, are the next most likely option.
  • The Baltimore Ravens (+700) round out the top three shortest odds.

LAS VEGASJulio Jones’ name has been in trade rumors for a while, but things are getting a little spicy recently.

On FS1’s Undisputed, Shannon Sharpe called Jones on-air and asked him about being traded in which he responded with some interesting comments.

With a trade now seemingly wanted on both the Atlanta Falcons side and Jones’ side, the betting odds favor the New England Patriots as the most likely trade destination.

Jones has three years remaining on his contract.

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Julio Jones Next Team IF Traded Betting Odds

  • Patriots -150
  • Titans +300
  • Ravens +700
  • Dolphins +750
  • 49ers +800
  • Packers +900
  • Colts +900
  • Cowboys +1200
  • Chargers +1400
  • Eagles +1600
  • Raiders +1800
  • Giants +2000
  • Bills +2000

Does New England Make Enough Sense?

Julio Jones, while not in complete control of where he’d be traded, has said he wants to play for a contender. The New England Patriots have many questions about just how good they’ll be, but the addition of Jones would certainly help the offense overall as well as the weak wide receiver room.

However, online sportsbooks might be overvaluing the Patriots a little too much. Bill Belichick isn’t known for paying players a lot of money and Jones would come with a big contract attached. That being said, Belichick did unload a massive amount of money in free agency so maybe he could make an offer for the two-time receiving yards leader.

Would The Titans Or Ravens Be A Better Bet?

Not only are the Tennessee Titans the best value bet, but could potentially make the most sense of any team in the NFL. Outside of AJ Brown, the Titans don’t have a truly solid wide receiver. Corey Davis left in free agency and added Josh Reynolds to help fill the gap.

The salary cap would be something to work around, but again, Julio Jones is the type of player you make work regardless of cost. Tennessee is primed to have a good season and getting Ryan Tannehill an offense comprised of Derrick Henry, Julio Jones and AJ Brown is an incredible opportunity.

NFL betting sites list the Titans with the second-shortest odds for a reason.

The Baltimore Ravens, while would greatly benefit from a talent like Jones, are in less of a need. The Ravens signed Sammy Watkins, drafted Rashod Bateman and Tylan Wallace, and will return Marquise Brown and Devin Duvernay.

If Baltimore wants to go all in, they could make things work, but they may be better off saving their cap space for the next free agency.