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Denver Broncos Next Head Coach Odds & Best Bets To Back

Denver Broncos Next Head Coach Odds & Best Bets To Back
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A pair of offensive coordinators are the NFL odds co-favorites to replace Vic Fangio as head coach of the Denver Broncos, according to oddsmakers at DraftKings. The Broncos are one of eight NFL teams currently without a head coach.

Fangio was fired by the Broncos this past Sunday, a day after Denver lost at home to the Kansas City Chiefs. The loss closed another disappointing season in the Mile High City, leaving the Broncos with a 7-10 record and in last place in the AFC West.

Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett and his Dallas Cowboys counterpart Kellen Moore are the top picks at betting sites and sportsbooks that have “NFL Next Head Coach” markets. They are joined by Kansas City Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy and Cowboys DC Dan Quinn near the top of the betting board.



Broncos general manager George Paton has submitted 10 permission requests with the NFL front office and began interviewing candidates this week. The next head coach hired by Denver will be the Broncos’ fifth in the past nine years.

The candidates sought by the team for interviews include: Patriots linebackers coach Jerod Mayo, Philadelphia Eagles DC Jonathan Gannon, LA Rams OC Kevin O’Connell, Detroit Lions DC Aaron Glenn, Green Bay QBs coach Luke Getsy and Bengals OC Brian Callahan. The Broncos are also bringing in former Eagles head coach Doug Pederson.

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Next Denver Broncos Head Coach Candidates & Odds

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Here’s a look at the odds for the next Denver Broncos head coach available at DraftKings.

These markets are only available in Colorado, Arizona and Wyoming.

Candidate Odds
Nathaniel Hackett +400
Kellen Moore +400
Eric Bieniemy +600
Dan Quinn +600
Jerod Mayo +700
Brian Flores +900
Jim Caldwell +1000
Leslie Frazier +1000
Jonathan Gannon +1200
Jim Harbaugh +1500
Doug Pederson +1500
Brian Daboll +1500
Byron Leftwich +1500
Matt Eberflus +2000
Matt Campbell +2000
Raheem Morris +2000
Todd Bowles +2500
Brian Callahan +5000
Vance Joseph +5000
Don Martindale +5000
Dave Toub +5000

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BUZZ: The Broncos, once again, move into 2022 without stability at quarterback. The choice here will be a decisive determinant whether or not the team sticks with Teddy Bridgewater, Drew Lock or brings in a successor at the QB1 position via free agency. Hackett is also among the top NFL betting picks for the Vikings head coaching opening and got a word of endorsement from Aaron Rodgers for the Broncos job. The Packers said it was “a little overdue” for Hackett to get a head coaching gig.

Kellen Moore is only 33 but has created a reputation for being forward-thinking and unconventional on offense. That’s looking to be an important factor for the Broncos, who have been stuck in offensive purgatory since winning Super Bowl 50.

Bieniemy played his college football in Boulder and has been the strategic force behind the Chiefs offense. Bieniemy checks a lot of boxes here. He’s an important part of the Chiefs coaching staff, a team that has won the AFC West eight straight times. He is a candidate of color. He is well-known and highly regarded in Colorado. And, most importantly, he, too, has the exact offensive mindset that Denver covets. He’s clearly the best value play here on betting apps.


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Bill Speros for Bookies.com
Bill Speros
Bill Speros is an award-winning journalist and editor whose career includes stops at USA Today Sports Network / Golfweek, Cox Media, ESPN, Orlando Sentinel and Denver Post.