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NFL Odds – Jay Gruden Fired – Who’s Favored to Go Next

October 7, 2019
Gruden fired - what were the odds

This morning, the powers that be at Washington Redskins’ headquarters summoned their head coach Jay Gruden, brother of famed Super Bowl winning coach Jon Gruden, to their main office bright and early. In fact, it was so early that it wasn’t even bright yet. At 5 am, Jay Gruden had a meeting with team owner Dan Snyder and other Redskins top brass so that they could inform him that his services were no longer needed. In other words, Jay Gruden was fired.

Gruden was the odds on favorite to be fired first this season. These odds were set before the season had begun. His coaching record at Washington wasn’t horrible. He was 35-29-1. He had one winning record and one playoff appearance in his 5+ seasons with the ‘Skins.

Last season looked as if it could to be his most successful yet. The Redskins had a good start until their QB Alex Smith suffered a horrible leg injury. Washington was 6-3 with Smith as starter. They went on to post a 1-6 record afterward and missed the playoffs.

This past offseason, Gruden and company brought in the journeyman QB Case Keenum to fill the vacant QB role this year and just about everyone in football knew this was Gruden’s last shot. 2019 has been a disaster for Gruden and the ‘Skins. They have started with an 0-5 record and lost embarrassingly to New England 33-7 on Sunday.

Below are the odds of which coach wil be fired first from the start of the season. The new, readjusted odds, have not been posted yet, but you can bet the order will move up a spot. When we get firm updated sportsbook odds we will post it as NEXT NFL HEAD COACH FIRED ODDS.

CoachOdds
Jay Gruden+333
Pat Shurmur+850
Matt Patricia+900
Bill O’Brien+1200
Dan Quinn+1200
Doug Marrone+1200
Jason Garrett+1500
Mike Zimmer+1500
Adam Gase+2000
Brian Flores+2000
Mike Tomlin+2000
Ron Rivera+2000
Kliff Kingsbury+2500
Sean McDermott+2500
Anthony Lynn+3000
Freddie Kitchens+3000
Mike Vrabel+3000
Kyle Shanahan+3500
Matt LaFleur+3500
Pete Carroll+4000
Vic Fangio+5000
Bruce Arians+5000
John Harbaugh+5000
Jon Gruden+5000
Zac Taylor+5000
Frank Reich+7500
Matt Nagy+7500
Sean Payton+10000
Andy Reid+10000
Doug Pederson+10000
Sean McVay+10000
Bill Belichick+15000

 

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