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Denver Broncos’ Vic Fangio 2020 NFL Coach of the Year Award Betting Odds

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The NFL’s Coach of the Year Award often goes to the head coach of the league’s “surprise” team of the year. You know, the one that wins double-digit games after a few consecutive losing seasons. The one that takes a young quarterback under his wing and leads him to a postseason berth.

In other words, Vic Fangio is in a pretty darn good position to win this year’s award if the Broncos find themselves playing in January.

Denver hasn’t seen an above-.500 season since 2016, and hasn’t made the playoffs since Peyton Manning’s run off into the sunset following Super Bowl 50 (2015 season).

The Broncos also have a second-year starting quarterback in Drew Lock, whose play, should it be impressive, will play a major role in determining Fangio’s reputation as a head coach (see Sean McVay via Jared Goff in 2017).

With all that said, if you’re looking to ride the Vic Fangio train in 2020, you can find his +2500 odds at DraftKings. Here’s how those odds compare to the entire list.

Odds as of Saturday May 2 at 11 a.m. ET and via DraftKings. Get up to a $1,000 sign-up bonus at DraftKings today or see more offers and reviews for the best online sportsbooks.

2020 NFL Coach of the Year Award Odds

  • Bill Belichick +1000
  • Mike McCarthy +1400
  • Bruce Arians +1600
  • Kyle Shanahan +1600
  • Kliff Kingsbury +2000
  • Sean McDermott +2000
  • Frank Reich +2000
  • Andy Reid +2000
  • Mike Vrabel +2000
  • Kevin Stefanski +2000
  • John Harbaugh +2200
  • Sean Payton +2200
  • Vic Fangio +2500 [Bet now at DraftKings]
  • Brian Flores +2500
  • Sean McVay +2500
  • Zac Taylor +2500
  • Mike Tomlin +2500
  • Pete Carroll +2800
  • Anthony Lynn +2800
  • Doug Pederson +2800
  • Ron Rivera +2800
  • Matt Lafluer +3000
  • Dan Quinn +3000
  • Mike Zimmer +3000
  • Jon Gruden +4000
  • Joe Judge +4000
  • Matt Nagy +4000
  • Matt Rhule +4000
  • Adam Gase +5000
  • Doug Marrone +5000
  • Bill O’Brien +5000
  • Matt Patricia +5000

For those unfamiliar with reading betting odds, Fangio’s +2500 odds mean a $100 bet would return $2,500 should he ultimately win.

A Brady-less Bill Belichick comes in at the top of the list, having won this award three times already.

Fangio’s +2500 odds (read “25 to 1”), on the other hand, rank 13th. And in terms of probability, they imply a 3.85% chance.

If you think he has a better chance than that, there’s value in betting him at these odds.

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