3 Tyreek Hill Trade Destinations That Would Shake Up Super Bowl Odds

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The Kansas City Chiefs have won the AFC West six years in a row, been to the AFC Championship game four years in a row, and have been considered the next great dynasty of the NFL. Now, Tyreek Hill might leave and watch it crumble.

The Chiefs and Hill were working on an extension, but those talks have stalled and Hill’s representation now has the permission to seek a trade. With Hill now on the trading block, let’s check out three teams that would love (and need) his services, and their Super Bowl odds via WynnBET.

Miami Dolphins (+6000 to win Super Bowl)

The Miami Dolphins just signed Terron Armstead to sure up the offensive line and a trade for Tyreek Hill would give Tua Tagovailoa another insane weapon on the outside. With Jaylen Waddle on one side and Hill on the other, the Dolphins’ offense would resemble Alabama’s a few years ago. 

The Dolphins are in the tougher conference and need all the talent they can get to make up the difference in the gap they have at quarterback. Hill might be the best receiver in the division from the moment he arrives. Miami needs to take a step forward and this splash would help. 

Green Bay Packers (+1200)

When one door closes, another one opens. Green Bay could replace Davante Adams with one of the best weapons in the league and use the capital it gained from the trade to get Hill. Green Bay was prepared to give Adams a Brinks truck worth of money, so an extension for Hill would be ready for him. 

Hill would be unlike any receiver Rodgers has ever played with. If he can form an instant connection with Rodgers, the Packers are back where they were and should be considered Super Bowl contenders.

New Orleans Saints (+5000)

The New Orleans Saints are in a similar position as the Dolphins. They are in a division with a clear top team, don’t have the best quarterback, but could surround him with enough talent to make up the difference. New Orleans has freed up enough cap space to go and get Hill. Assuming they only give up draft capital, the Saints could have Alvin Kamara, Michael Thomas and Tyreek Hill on one team. That is a table set for success. 

The NFC South, despite Tom Brady returning, is open. Hill to the Saints makes them contenders in the division and in the conference. 

Honorable Mention: Baltimore Ravens (+2000)

I’m not sure how this deal gets done, but it is one that needs to happen. We’ve (mainly I) have been screaming at the Baltimore Ravens to get Lamar Jackson real wide receivers to throw to. If the Ravens were able to add Hill onto the roster, their offense would be the most balanced and explosive in the league. 

It will take a lot to get him, but the pros definitely outweigh the cons.