- Jerod Mayo has +200 odds to be the head coach of the New England Patriots at the start of next season.
- Rumors circulated in the offseason of a disconnect between Patriots owner Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick.
- With New England 1-3 to start the season, betting odds indicate Belichick is on the hot seat.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – There are +200 odds for Jerod Mayo to be the head coach of the New England Patriots for Week 1 of the 2024-2025 NFL season. Another disappointing start for the Patriots has started speculation over coach Bill Belichick’s job security.
The Patriots seemed to be a constant bet on the Super Bowl throughout the Belichick and Tom Brady era. Despite winning six Super Bowls for the Patriots, betting odds suggest this is Belichick’s last season as the Patriots’ head coach.
2024-2025 New England Patriots Head Coach Odds
- Bill Belichick -200
- Jerod Mayo +200
- Bill O'Brien +1100
- Kellen Moore +1200
- Brian Callahan +1200
- Kliff Kingsbury +1400
- Dan Quinn +1400
- Nathaniel Hackett +2500
Is Jerod Mayo (+200) Next In Line?
Offseason rumors of Bill Belichick’s job security are picking up after the Patriots 1-3 start to the season. Ben Volin wrote in the Boston Globe back in July that Belichick’s job is in jeopardy if the Patriots have another unsuccessful season.
“Robert Kraft already made it clear in March that he wants the Patriots to make the postseason and win a playoff game for the first time in five years,” the article reads. “He also paid Jerod Mayo handsomely to keep him off the coaching market and likely views him as the team’s coach-in-waiting.”
This season marked the fourth consecutive year where the Patriots Super Bowl 58 odds were +3000 or longer in the preseason. Now, New England’s odds to win the Super Bowl are +12500 after a 1-3 start.
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