- Brian Flores has +1400 odds to win the Coach of the Year and is 16 on the Power Rankings.
- Kevin Stefanski also has +1400 odds to win Coach of the year.
- Bill Belichick cannot be counted out at number two on the Power Rankings.
LAS VEGAS — Different media outlets have released their NFL Head Coach Power Rankings as of late and with that, bettors can use that information to help them bet on different NFL odds.
Some of the odds that can be found on NFL sportsbooks are the odds to win the Coach of the Year, different teams' odds to make the playoffs, and teams win totals as well.
Coach of the Year Odds To Win
- Brandon Staley +1000
- Brian Flores +1400
- Kevin Stefanski +1400
- Kyle Shanahan +1400
- Ron Rivera +1400
- Sean McVay +1500
- Arthur Smith +1600
- Frank Reich +1600
- Bill Belichick +1800
- Sean McDermott +1800
- Andy Reid +2000
- Joe Judge +2000
- Robert Saleh +2000
- Sean Payton +2000
Brian Flores – Miami Dolphins
Brian Flores turned the Miami Dolphins around in 2020. After a disappointing 5-11 2019 season, he helped lead them to a 10-6 record with a top-6 defense in the league.
Even though his team did not make the playoffs, he stopped a streak of the Phins finishing below .500 record in four of the five seasons.
Flores is tied for the second shortest odds to win COY and online sportsbooks set the Dolphins win total at 9 wins. Favored going Over with -145 odds, the Dolphins playoff odds are also looking strong (+120).
Flores is currently ranked 16 on CBS Sports Power Rankings but that should not be any indication as to what he will do this season.
Kevin Stefanski – Cleveland Browns
The time has come to put some respect on the Cleveland Browns and that is thanks to Kevin Stefanski. After losing Odell Beckham Jr. for the season in Week 7 last year, the Browns finished 6-3 with an 11-5 record - something they have not done since 1994.
The Browns win total is set at 10.5 with -110 odds on both sides with the odds to make the playoffs at -220.
Currently, Kevin Stefanski was given the 13th spot on the rankings but will certainly see a shift if the Browns can come out as they did in 2020.
Kyle Shanahan – San Francisco 49ers
The San Francisco 49ers were victims to a long line of injuries in 2020 including starters on both sides of the ball in Jimmy Garoppolo, Raheem Mostert, Deebo Samuel, and Nick Bosa. With those injuries, Kyle Shanahan went 6-10 in the season after their Super Bowl run.
Back to full strength and with rookies Trey Lance and Trey Sermon in house, Super Bowl contending is back on the table.
The Niners are looking at a 10.5-win total, also having -210 odds to make the playoffs. Kyle Shanahan is on the Power Rankings at 11 but tied for the second-shortest odds.
Bill Belichick – New England Patriots
As long as Belichick is still coaching, he will always be in the conversation. Ranked two on the Power Rankings with the New England Patriots, Belichick went 7-9, ending under .500 for the first time in over 20 seasons.
Sportsbooks are high on the Patriots with a 9.5-win total on the season that is favored to go Over (-135). They also have +120 odds to make the playoffs and get back to their competitive ways.
Robert Saleh – New York Jets
Anything better than the 2-win season they put up 2020 should be a win for the New York Jets. They made some necessary moves on offense and defense bringing in Alijah Vera-Tucker through the draft and Morgan Moses in free agency to bulk up the offensive line.
With the addition of quarterback Zach Wilson, and defensive acquisitions in Carl Lawson and Lamarcus Joyner, the hopes are high for the Jets.
Still, the Jets have +400 odds to make the playoffs and are looking at a 6-game win total. If they do any better, Saleh could be looking at a run for the Coach of the Year.
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