NFL Coach of the Year Odds and Market Report: Dan Cambell Leads Way as Most Popular Bet
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NFL AP Coach of the Year Odds
*Odds courtesy of BetMGM as of July 28.
NFL training camp has officially begun which means there is no better time to start talking about NFL futures.
AP Coach of the Year is an award that has proven to have betting value over the years and bettors have found plenty of angles to attack in order to predict who is going to win the award.
Dan Campbell is the hot pick heading into the season to win Coach of the Year. He has moved from +1600 to +1200 to win the award on BetMGM. The Detroit Lions head coach is the betting favorite to win, along with New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll.
Campbell is getting 30.7% of the tickets and accounts for a whopping 33% of the handle at BetMGM.
Nathaniel Hackett has received a significant amount of the bets at 5.7%, but only accounts for 2.5% of the handle. The Denver Broncos‘ first-year head coach is +1600 to win the award.
Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott has been receiving some attention from bettors as well. He’s getting 5.4% of the bets and 4.4% of the handle. He is entering his sixth season as head coach of the Bills.
Brandon Staley, Mike Tomlin, Josh McDaniels and Robert Saleh are four other coaches who have received some significant action at BetMGM.
Action Network’s Steve Petrella breaks down what to look for when betting Coach of the Year here.