The Las Vegas Raiders are expected to be in the mix for the top free-agent quarterbacks this offeason. The team is among the favorites to have either Tom Brady or Philip Rivers under center to start the 2020 NFL season.

FanDuel Sportsbook gives the Raiders +500 odds to sign Brady and +750 odds to acquire Philip Rivers. Las Vegas is considered the third most likely option for both players.

The New England Patriots (-139) are odds-on favorites to keep Brady, and the Tennessee Titans (+380) are given the best odds to lure the six-time champion away from Foxborough. The Indianapolis Colts (-155) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+300) are the top contenders for Rivers in 2020.

Derek Carr put up better numbers than both Brady and Rivers in the 2019 season, setting career highs with 4,054 passing yards, 7.9 yards per attempts and a 100.8 passer rating. Raiders general manager Mike Mayock told reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine that Carr played at a high-level last season, but he indicated the team isn’t opposed to making a change if a better option becomes available.

The Raiders were in the playoff race for much of last season, winning six of their first 10 games. They went 1-5 in their last six contests, scoring just 14.7 points per game.

The Raiders ranked 11th in total yards and 24th in scoring offense. The team gave up more points than 23 other teams.

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Derek Carr #4 of the Oakland Raiders and Philip Rivers #17 of the Los Angeles Chargers talk after a 26-10 Charger win at StubHub Center on October 7, 2018 in Carson, California. Harry How/Getty Images

In their first season after leaving Oakland, the Raiders are a long-shot Super Bowl contender. Las Vegas has +5000 championship odds, tying them with the Denver Broncos for 21st in the league.

Las Vegas is in the same division as the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs, who lead the way with +650 title odds. The Los Angeles Chargers have +3500 Super Bowl odds after moving on from Rivers.

The Raiders finished last season in third place in the AFC West. The team has failed to post a winning record in 16 of the last 17 years.

Carr led the Raiders to the playoffs in the 2016 season, but he missed the team’s wild-card playoff game with a broken leg.