Bill O’Brien? Joe Brady? Full Odds of Jaguars Head Coach Candidates
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The Jaguars have Trevor Lawrence and the No. 1 pick in the 2022 draft – not too shabby of building blocks for whichever coach inherits the turbulent franchise.
Things can’t possibly get worse after experimenting with Urban Meyer, who racked up more red flags than wins in an uber-short stint.
So, who’s next in line for the Jaguars, and who makes most sense?
Bill O’Brien (+175)
O’Brien is slated to use Alabama as a launching pad back to the NFL, where he last served midway through the 2020 season.
The Texans kicked off that campaign 0-4 and subsequently cut ties with O’Brien after six-plus seasons.
He boosted his resume in his short cup of coffee in Tuscaloosa, with Alabama finishing runner-up to Georgia and quarterback Bryce Young winning the Heisman.
Darrell Bevell (+300)
Bevell makes sense as the top in-house choice after earning the interim tag.
Jacksonville showed some fight down the stretch, including a stunning victory in the finale over Indianapolis to keep the Colts out of the postseason.
Bevell has also notably made stops in Detroit and Seattle, where he served as offensive coordinator.
Joe Brady (+1400)
It’s only a matter of time until Brady nabs his first head-coaching gig.
The wunderkind admittedly wasn’t a great fit in Matt Rhule’s offensive system with the Panthers; however, there aren’t many 32-year-old’s on the come-up quite like Brady, who played an integral part as LSU’s passing game coordinator during the national title season.