Next Team Betting Odds Released Following Derek Carr’s Split From The Raiders

Derek Carr at the Pro Bowl.

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Derek Carr is on his way out of Las Vegas. The quarterback officially split from the Raiders on Tuesday, leaving NFL teams free to pursue his services.

Carr will be one of the more highly regarded signal callers on the market, and he’s sure to have a bevvy of suitors this offseason.

With interest growing, odds have been released projecting where the Pro Bowler might end up. has unveiled its most recent prediction now that Carr’s departure from Vegas is official.

A trio of NFC South teams lead the way, with the Bucs standing out as the top contender. Tampa Bay will be looking to fill the void left following Tom Brady’s retirement.

The Panthers come in a close second with reports recently surfacing that Carolina was monitoring the situation with Derek Carr and the Raiders closely. Now that he’s cut ties, a move could be on the horizon. The Panthers saw a revolving door of passers in 2023 with Baker Mayfield, Sam Darnold, and PJ Walker each starting at least five games.

Then, there are the Saints, whom Carr has visited with on multiple occasions this offseason. New Orleans also dealt with issues under center between Jameis Winston’s health and Andy Dalton’s mediocre play.

Each of those suitors hold odds of 4-to-1 or better, meaning the race to land the quarterback’s services could be highly contested. Rounding out the list are the Jets, Colts, and Texans.

Fans were quick to respond to the updated odds. Here’s what they were saying online.

One person wrote, “Derek Carr is coming to the Saints. He’s not going to the Bucs or Panthers.”

Another disagreed, saying, “The best landing spot for Derek Carr is in Carolina.”

Through his first nine seasons with the Raiders, Carr has accumulated over 35,000 passing yards. He boasts a 217:99 touchdown-to-interception ratio and finished third in the 2016 MVP voting.

After leading Las Vegas to a playoff appearance in 2021, his production fell last year. He tied a career high with 14 picks and threw for less than 4,000 yards for the first time since 2017.

It will be interesting to see where he lands up, and if he’s able to provide an immediate boost under center for his new team.