Odds to Be Next Broncos Head Coach: Dan Quinn, Peyton Manning and Other Intriguing Candidates

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Broncos Next Head Coach Odds
via Maxim Bet

Candidate Odds
Dan Quinn +400
Nathaniel Hackett +600
Jim Caldwell +600
Leslie Frazier +600
Jonathan Gannon +800
Byron Leftwich +800
Eric Bieniemy +900
Doug Pederson +900
Kellen Moore +1000
Brian Daboll +1000
Jim Harbaugh +1200
Raheem Morris +1400
Todd Bowles +1400
Brian Callahan +1800
Peyton Manning +1800
Gary Kubiak +2000

The Denver Broncos are among a handful of teams in the market for a coach heading into the next season.

The franchise swiftly fired Vic Fangio following a loss to the Chiefs in Week 18. He compiled a poor 19-30 record over three seasons at the post, including back-to-back last-place finishes in the AFC West.

Odds to be the next head coach in Denver range from highly-coveted assistants, to college coaches, to former quarterback legends with zero experience in this novelty market.

Dan Quinn (+400)

Quinn, the current Cowboys DC, is a hot commodity, thanks to a big turnaround.

After leaving Atlanta on a low note (14-23 over his final three seasons), he’s pioneering one of the league’s top defenses.

However, who knows if Denver will opt for a defensive-minded candidate – the Fangio experiment produced squat.

Nathaniel Hackett (+600)

Hackett is quietly racking up one of the most solid resumes in the NFL.

He was a fixture in Jacksonville during the franchise’s peak a few years ago, helping the 2017 club pace the league in rushing.

Over the last three years in Green Bay, he’s coordinated a top-10 scoring offense twice, including the best scoring offense in 2020.

Jonathan Gannon (+800)

Gannon was excellent in his first year as the Eagles’ defensive coordinator.

Philadelphia clinched a playoff berth, propelled by a unit which allowed 3.5 fewer points per game than it did in 2020.

Gannon personally confirmed Denver’s request to interview him – potentially why he’s so high up the board.

Peyton Manning (+1800)

Hear me out: Hire Peyton Manning, and land Aaron Rodgers in the off-season. Who says no?

 

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