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Next Eagles Coach Odds: Who Will Take The Lead Next?

Adam Thompson for Bookies.com

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Next Eagles Coach Odds: Who Will Take The Lead Next?

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Just last season, Nick Sirianni led the Philadelphia Eagles to a 14-3 record, NFC Championship, and Super Bowl berth. Fast-forward one year, and Eagles fans are calling for his ouster. 

After a 10-1 start to the 2023 NFL season, the Eagles went into freefall, losing five of their final six in the regular season before getting beat up 32-9 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFL Wild Card Weekend

There is talk about overhauling a team and a coaching staff that failed to meet expectations in 2023. Eagles ownership and management have a big decision to make, starting with the head coach. 

Bookies.com veteran oddsmaker Adam Thompson has established NFL odds as to the Eagles’ 2024 head coach. 

Next Eagles Coach Odds

CoachOddsImplied Probability
Nick Sirianni (Eagles HC)+22530.8%
Mike Vrabel (former Titans HC)+30025.0%
Bill Belichick (former Patriots HC)+50016.7%
Mike Macdonald (Ravens DC)+75011.8%
Pete Carroll (former Seahawks HC)+80011.1%
Ben Johnson (Lions OC)+14006.7%
Dan Quinn (Cowboys DC)+17505.4%
Raheem Morris (Rams DC)+18005.3%
The Field+14006.7%

Odds are projected and do not reflect odds that may be available at legal betting sites.

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Sirianni joined the Eagles after three seasons as an innovative offensive coordinator with the Colts. Since joining Philly, the team went 9-8 in 2021, then vaulted to 14-3 with a Super Bowl berth last year. The Eagles were championship favorites at many online sportsbooks before falling apart in nearly every conceivably way down the stretch. 

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Injuries played a part in the disastrous end, but so too did reported drama in the locker room. A defense that was especially bad vs. the pass made a rare mid-season change at defensive coordinator which didn’t pan out. Star WR A.J. Brown missed the playoff game due to injury, but also scrubbed all mention of the Eagles from his social media accounts, sparking questions about how hurt he really was. 

It starts at the top, and Sirianni, despite his success, isn’t a shoo-in to be back. He is the favorite, however. After all, what team fires a coach less than a year after getting the team to the Super Bowl? 

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If the Eagles make a move, it likely won’t be for anyone else on the staff. Sirianni would likely vault into “contender” status for various other teams. 

The defense, expected to be a big strength, was a sieve against the pass. That could lead Philly to look closer at a defense-minded coordinator to take the reins. 

The best option could be former Titans head coach Mike Vrabel, a defense-first, hard-nosed coach who can perhaps pick up where Sirianni left off, but offer a different vibe in the locker room. 

Former Patriots coach, and six-time Super Bowl winner, Bill Belichick would do the same, and certainly keep the Eagles among the NFC’s elite for the next couple of seasons. Like Belichick, Pete Carroll, the beloved former Seahawks coach, is 71 years old but has a couple of seasons left in the tank and wants to coach again. He could re-energize the Eagles. 

Ravens defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald has vaulted to the top of many team coach lists, and would likely be atop Philly’s wish list as well. 

Former head coaches, now DCs, such as Dan Quinn of the Cowboys, Raheem Morris of the Rams, and Steve Wilks of the 49ers, could get a look. The bright offensive minds such as Ben Johnson of the Lions and Frank Smith of the Dolphins could get a look, too, though the team might just stick with Sirianni – he was considered one of those “bright minds” last year. Smith and Wilks pace The Field. 

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Adam Thompson for Bookies.com
Adam Thompson
NFL writer and expert Adam Thompson joined Bookies.com in 2019 after a successful run as senior handicapper for SportsLine and CBSSports.com. He's long been established as one of the nation's premier handicappers, specializing in the NFL where he's hit on more than 60% over the past three years. Adam's NBA, PGA and horse racing picks have also produced major winners over the last 12 months. His customized NFL and NBA odds for players and teams have been picked up by hundreds of websites over the past year.