In the history of the NFL, only four quarterbacks have beaten all 32 of the teams in the NFL. Those four are Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Peyton Manning and Brett Favre. While most have never had a chance due to playing for one team during their career, it is becoming more likely with players moving frequently.
EmpireStakes.com – your home for New York gambling – checked current and future schedules, as well as DraftKings game odds for this season, to develop hypothetical odds of which active QB will be the fifth quarterback to beat all 32 teams in the NFL.
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Analysis: Rodgers Has Best Shot
The new King of New York has the best shot, as recently acquired New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers tops the list at +500 (16.7% chance). The Jets Super Bowl odds skyrocketed when Rodgers came on board.
Entering his 19th season (18 with the Packers), Rodgers has beaten every NFL team at least once, except for his first residency, Green Bay. While the 39-year-old seems a few years from retirement (he signed a two-year, $75 million guaranteed contract through the 2024 season), the Jets don’t play the Packers this season.
Whatever their record is this season, the Jets will have to play an NFC North team next year, and in what now is his final year of the deal, the league, you would think, will try and push to get that done.
Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson is second on the list at +600 (14.3% chance). Wilson, who spent the bulk of his career in Seattle, also has beaten 31 teams, except his first team. The 12-year veteran (in his second season with Denver) must have the Seahawks listed on the Broncos 2024 schedule to have a shot.
Rounding out the top three and with a shot to achieve the milestone this season is Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins at +800 (11.1%). Cousins has beaten all but two teams in his career, but those two teams are on the schedule this season: at home vs. the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs on Oct. 8 and a visit to the Cincinnati Bengals on Dec. 17.
That will be a tall order indeed.