With NFL's opening week officially here, quarterback battles around the league have largely been settled.
But that's just for Week 1. Fans will inevitably be calling for change as soon as any of the named starters begin to struggle this season. And for teams like the Jaguars, Texans and Bears that had tight QB battles in camp, a reversal of course at the position could come quickly.
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Market-setting offshore sportsbook BookMaker.eu revealed odds over the weekend for which team will be the first to make a quarterback change that is unrelated to injury. Here's what they came up with:
First NFL quarterback to be benched in 2017 for non-injury purposes:
Blake Bortles +220 (Bet $100 to win $220)
Tom Savage +220
Mike Glennon +360
Josh McCown +550
Tyrod Taylor +650
Jay Cutler +700
DeShone Kizer +1500
Trevor Siemian +2000
Sam Bradford +3000
BookMaker also broke down the battles between the top three in the odds by offering a wager for who will start the most games:
Quarterback to make more starts during 2017-18 NFL regular season for Houston:
Tom Savage -200
Deshaun Watson +155
Quarterback to make more starts during 2017-18 NFL regular season for Jacksonville:
Blake Bortles -115
Chad Henne -115
Quarterback to make more starts during 2017-18 NFL regular season Chicago:
Mike Glennon -105
Mitchell Trubisky -125
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PICK: Bortles was straight-up atrocious in the preseason, and based on his career, it's tough to imagine things going much differently during the regular season.
The Jags have invested heavily in the run game and on defense. They need a quarterback who at least won't throw away games. That's why they're the best bet to make the early-season swap before anybody else.