NFL Pro Football Sports Betting Odds—Who Starts at QB for LA Chargers 2020 Season

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The NFL Free Agent Frenzy has started, and the Draft will take place in the upcoming weeks. Let’s look at the odds on who will start at quarterback for the LA Chargers. Phillip Rivers has left the team in free agency.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Tom Brady favored to be the Chargers starting quarterback to begin the 2020 season at +140 odds. Brady gave his farewell on Social Media to the New England Patriots. The Patriots did finish with a 12-4 record with Brady under center. He did not have slew of quality targets in the passing game as previous seasons. The veteran finished with a completion rate of 60.8% his worst since the 2013 season.

Second in the wagering is 2019 LA Chargers backup Tyrod Taylor at +200 odds. Taylor enters his tenth year in the league. He played in 14 games or greater for three seasons with the Buffalo Bills combining for 51 touchdowns and 16 interceptions.

Rookie Justin Herbert is set at +400 odds. In his senior season with Oregon the signal caller completed 63.5% of his throws with 19 touchdowns and 4 picks. He did throw for under 200 yards in his final three games which included games against quality defenses of Utah and Wisconsin.

Other notables include veterans Andy Dalton at +600 odds, Jameis Winston at +1400 odds and Teddy Bridgewater at +10000 odds. Andy Dalton enters his tenth season in the NFL and is 32 years old. Dalton has completed under 60% of his passes in two of his final three seasons with the Bengals with 37 interceptions during that span. Andy Dalton has been the starter at quarterback for every season of his NFL career. Jameis Winston would be a tough sell to a new fanbase. Turnovers and decision making are huge issues. Winston finished with a 33-30 touchdown to interception rating with the Buccaneers last season. In his five seasons with Tampa Bay, Winston finished with 121 touchdowns and 88 interceptions. Teddy Bridgewater the backup with the New Orleans Saints saw significant action as Drew Brees suffered an in-season injury and missed time. The veteran in relief completed 67.9% of his passes with nine touchdowns and two interceptions.

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