AFC Coaching Changes Winner, Losers & Super Bowl LVII Odds

AFC Coaching Changes Winner, Losers & Super Bowl LVII Odds

On the whole, the Denver Broncos quarterback situation has been a disaster since Peyton Manning retired. New head coach Nathanial Hackett had the luxury of coaching Aaron Rodgers as offensive coordinator of the Green Bay Packers. And unless Hackett can get Rodgers to follow him, he will find life far more challenging with the NFL odds. As the saying goes, “show me a good quarterback, and I’ll show you a good coach.” Meanwhile, the Jacksonville Jaguars picked a Super Bowl-winning coach to jumpstart their franchise and the career of quarterback Trevor Lawrence.

2022 Odds to Win Super Bowl LVII Championship

Date:Sunday, February 12, 2023
Location:State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
Super Bowl LVII TV Coverage:FOX

Super Bowl LVII Odds at SBG

Kansas City Chiefs+700
Buffalo Bills+700
Los Angeles Rams+1200
Dallas Cowboys+1200
San Francisco 49ers+1500
Green Bay Packers+1500
Cincinnati Bengals+1900
Baltimore Ravens+1900
Denver Broncos+2200
Cleveland Browns+2200
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+2200
Los Angeles Chargers+2400
Tennessee Titans+2400
Arizona Cardinals+2400
Indianapolis Colts +2400
New England Patriots+2800
New Orleans Saints+3000
Philadelphia Eagles+3300
Minnesota Vikings+3300
Washington Commanders+3300
Seattle Seahawks+3300
Carolina Panthers+3600
Las Vegas Raiders+6000
Atlanta Falcons+6000
Pittsburgh Steelers+7000
Chicago Bears+7500
Detroit Lions+10000
New York Giants+10000
Jacksonville Jaguars+12000
New York Jets+15000
Houston Texans+18000

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Denver Broncos – Nathaniel Hackett

At the beginning of Nathaniel Hackett’s Denver tenure was the sports betting hope that Aaron Rodgers would follow. Recent news from Green Bay indicates that Rodgers may stay with the Pack as his relations with management have improved. Thus, Hackett faces a daunting task without a legitimate quarterback.

Houston Texans – Lovie Smith

Once upon a time, Lovie Smith led the Bears to the Super Bowl. But in recent years, he flamed out at Chicago and flopped as head coach of the University of Illinois.

Jacksonville Jaguars Doug Pederson

Doug Pederson led the Philadelphia Eagles to a Super Bowl championship over Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. Further, the Eagles won it with a backup quarterback. Pederson is respected for his offensive prowess. Second-year quarterback Trevor Lawrence needs all of the help he can get. Jacksonville is trying to recover from the Urban Meyer disaster.

Las Vegas Raiders – Josh McDaniels

It is true that the Raiders were a playoff team in 2021. However, the Silver and Black is not considered a serious Super Bowl threat. Josh McDaniels was the two-time offensive coordinator of the Patriots. In between stints at New England, McDaniels was a major failure as head coach of the Denver Broncos. Accordingly, McDaniels does inherit a credible quarterback in Derek Carr. But the Raiders have a disjointed roster and a new general manager that may want to overhaul the team.

Miami Dolphins – Mike McDaniel

To be exact, the Dolphins are in hot water with the NFL after firing Brian Flores. Flores sued the team and the NFL for racial discrimination. Additionally, Flores made the devastating charge that he was ordered to throw games with the NFL betting odds. Stepping into this steam pile is Mike McDaniel. Late on, McDaniel was the offensive coordinator of the San Francisco 49ers. And if anyone needs a strong offensive mind, it is Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa.