Odds to be Next Dolphins Head Coach: Brian Daboll, Doug Pederson Lead List of Offensive Gurus

Odds to be Next Dolphins Head Coach: Brian Daboll, Doug Pederson Lead List of Offensive Gurus article feature image

(Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

Dolphins Next Head Coach Odds
via Maxim Bet

Brian Daboll+300
Doug Pederson+500
Eric Bieniemy+500
Kellen Moore+700
Byron Leftwich+700
Todd Bowles+700
Nathaniel Hackett+700
Joe Brady+1000
Kevin O'Connell+1000
Demeco Ryans+1200
Jim Harbaugh+1200
Jerod Mayo+1400
Mike McDaniel+1400

The NFL coaching carousel is already spinning. Let the fun begin.

Although betting on the next head coach of a team is a novelty market with low limits, the list of candidates who get thrown onto the odds board can be particularly intriguing – such as Jim Harbaugh to the Bears, or Peyton Manning to the Broncos.

Next up on the list are the Dolphins, who recently canned Brian Flores after three years of steering the franchise in the right direction.

Offense appears to be the theme going forward.

Brian Daboll (+300)

Daboll has been the Bills' offensive coordinator since 2018, helping the unit rank third in the NFL in scoring each of the last two seasons.

Although he's never been a head coach, Daboll has five Super Bowl wins as an assistant, and another at the collegiate level as Alabama's OC.

The former 2020 AP Assistant Coach of the Year has ties to Miami, serving as the Dolphins offensive coordinator in 2011.

Doug Pederson (+500)

Pederson left the Eagles on a low note, posting a 4-11-1 record and last-place finish in the division in 2020.

However, he took the club to the postseason in three straight campaigns, headlined by the Super Bowl win over Tom Brady and the Pats in the 2017 season.

Kevin O'Connell (+1000)

O'Connell's stock is rising at a torrid pace. The current Rams offensive coordinator helped the unit rank fourth in yards per play and seventh in scoring during the regular season.

Branches off the Sean McVay tree always seem to be highly sought after – Zac Taylor, Brandon Staley and Matt LaFleur are three prime examples of McVay assistants who are currently head coaches.

How would you rate this article?

This site contains commercial content. We may be compensated for the links provided on this page. The content on this page is for informational purposes only. Action Network makes no representation or warranty as to the accuracy of the information given or the outcome of any game or event.