Philadelphia Eagles quarterback was not able to repeat the magic of the 2017 postseason in 2018, but the 29-year-old signal-caller will still command some value either in the trade market or in free agency. According to BetDSI, oddsmakers think he could end up anywhere from the Rocky Mountains to another NFC East team.

The Miami Dolphins are currently betting favorites to acquire Foles in the offseason, with +200 odds. Miami could look to move on from former first-round pick Ryan Tannehill in the coming months, something Tannehill himself has acknowledged. Foles could serve as a long-term starter or stopgap while Miami tries to develop a younger QB.

The same is true of Washington, who signed veteran Alex Smith to a big contract last year. Smith guided the team to a 6-3 record to start the season before suffering a fractured leg that ended his season. There is no telling if Smith will even play again, so Washington needs to find an answer at QB. Oddsmakers give them +250 odds to get Foles.

After Blake Bortles had a poor season and the Jacksonville Jaguars missed the playoffs, oddsmakers gave them +350 odds to acquire Foles. The sample size on Bortles is large enough to suggest he will never improve enough to win a championship in Jacksonville, and the Jaguars have a roster built to win in the near future.

The manner in which a team will acquire Foles depends on a few variables. His contract expires after this season, but recent reports suggested the Eagles could franchise tag and trade him. A dearth of quality free agent quarterbacks this year could drive up his trade value.

It could also be driven down by his performance in the playoffs this season. Foles completed only 60.3 percent of his passes for 467 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions in the Eagles’ two playoff games this year.

Betting odds for which team will get Nick Foles in the offseason:

Miami Dolphins +200

Washington Redskins +250

Jacksonville Jaguars +350

Denver Broncos +400

Philadelphia Eagles +600

New York Giants +1000

Oakland Raiders +1500

Carolina Panthers +2000

Tampa Bay Buccaneers +2000