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The NFL season is still months away but it isn’t too early to look at the NFL futures odds on who the next Coach the Year will be. BetMGM has odds for all 32 head coaches.

Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury is among the favorites. Check out the odds for all 32, from the favorites to the longshots.

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Bill Belichick, New England Patriots: +1000Mike Vrabel, Tennessee Titans: +1400Mike McCarthy, Dallas Cowboys: +1400Kyle Shanahan, San Francisco 49ers: +1600Frank Reich, Indianapolis ColtsKliff Kingsbury, Arizona Cardinals: +1600Sean McDermott, Buffalo Bills: +1800Bruce Arians, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: +2000Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs: +2000John Harbaugh, Baltimore Ravens: +2000Sean Payton, New Orleans Saints: +2000Brian Flores, Miami Dolphins: +2000Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh Steelers: +2000Sean McVay, Los Angeles Rams: +2200Pete Carroll, Seattle Seahawks: +2500Doug Pederson, Philadelphia Eagles: +2500Matt LaFleur, Green Bay Packers: +2500Mike Zimmer, Minnesota Vikings: +2500Dan Quinn, Atlanta Falcons: +2500Zac Taylor, Cincinnati Bengals: +2500Ron Rivera, Washington Redskins: +3000Vic Fangio, Denver Broncos: +3000Jon Gruden, Las Vegas Raiders: +3000Matt Rhule, Carolina Panthers: +3500Matt Nagy, Chicago Bears: +4000Adam Gase, New York Jets: +4000Joe Judge, New York Giants: +4000Anthony Lynn, Los Angeles Charger: +4000Kevin Stefanski, Cleveland Browns: +4000Matt Patricia, Detroit Lions: +5000Bill O'Brien, Houston Texans: +5000Doug Marrone, Jacksonville Jaguars: +5000

With sports betting options still more trickle than steady flow, NFL futures wagers remain a popular option for the time being. Sportsbooks have had an extensive selection of team and player-based wagers available for some time.

And as usual, you can also get some action in on the guys who ultimately call the on-field shots.

DraftKings Sportsbook now has its Coach of the Year market up and running. Unlike those lauding player’s individual accomplishments – NFL MVP, Rookie of the Year, Offensive Player of the Year among them – the honor of the league’s top coach has sometimes been more of a moving target in terms of what produces a winner.

In turn, that occasionally makes it a more challenging futures bet.

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A Brady-less Belichick opens as odds-on favorite

Patriots coach Bill Belichick, a three-time COY winner, currently heads the NFL Coach of the Year market on DK Sportsbook with +1000 odds. The man who now has Belichick’s former legendary signal-caller at his disposal, the Buccaneers’ Bruce Arians, is unsurprisingly a close second at +1400. Interestingly, coming off a one-year sabbatical but inheriting a talent-rich squad, the Cowboys’ Mike McCarthy shares second place with Arians.

Of the three, Belichick’s 2020 situation profiles as one with conditions that most closely mirror the spirit of the award. If the legendary coach posts a 10-6 or 11-5 mark while helping second-year quarterback Jarrett Stidham turn in a convincing impression of 2008 Matt Cassel, that feat, combined with Belichick’s unmatched name value, could make him a shoo-in.

Notably, that 2008 campaign – one in which Tom Brady was lost for the season with a torn ACL in the first half of Week 1 — serves as a testament to the occasionally fickle nature of how the honor gets disseminated.

2008 season embodies unpredictable nature of award

The Coach of the Year award has been described as one bestowed upon “the National Football League head coach who has done the most outstanding job of working with the talent at his disposal.”

The wording invokes images of never-say-die leaders whose guile overcomes multiple key injuries and propels their teams to overachieving 9-7 or 10-6 records, for example. However, that covers just one of several scenarios that has proven worthy of garnering a majority vote from Associated Press writers.

Tellingly, Belichick didn’t capture one of his three Coach of the Year trophies for that aforementioned 2008 season. This, despite the fact New England finished 11-5 with a previously unproven Cassell at the helm. They just missed out on a playoff spot when the Dolphins and Ravens both joined the Pats in winning their Week 17 games.

The coach that beat out Belichick overcame formidable challenges in his own right. Operating with then-rookie quarterback Matt Ryan under center from Day 1 after inheriting a 4-12 team, Mike Smith led Atlanta to an 11-5 mark and wild card berth.

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But Smith famously won the award by just a single vote. The late Tony Sparano – who guided the Dolphins to an 11-5 record and the AFC East title a year after they’d gone a league-worst 1-15 under Cam Cameron – fell just short, despite Miami boasting the biggest season-over-season improvement in the league.

Multiple paths to same destination

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A quick glance at the last three Coach of the Year Award winners:

2019: John Harbaugh, BAL:

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Regular-season record: 14-2

Analysis: Squad ultimately underachieved with divisional round loss, but net gain of four wins over prior season and NFL-record 3,296 team rushing yards integral to Harbaugh’s win.

2018: Matt Nagy, CHI:

Regular-season record: 12-4

Analysis: Much like Sean McVay a year earlier, Nagy wowed by leading his team to a sizable increase of seven victories over the prior season, while also helping the Bears to their first winning record since 2012. Season ultimately ended on a Cody Parkey missed field goal in the wild card round against the Eagles, but Chicago’s significant improvement was enough to garner Nagy the award.

2017: Sean McVay, LAR:

Regular-season record: 11-5

Analysis: McVay’s offensive ingenuity played a key role in his first year as head coach, which led to a dramatic reversal of fortune for a Rams team that had gone 4-12 just a year prior under Jeff Fisher and John Fassel. Los Angeles achieved its first winning record since 2003 and first playoff appearance since 2004 under McVay before losing to the Falcons in an NFC Wild Card game.