NFC Coaching Hire Winner, Losers & Super Bowl LVII Odds

NFC Coaching Hire Winner, Losers & Super Bowl LVII Odds

On the whole, the coaching landscape has changed dramatically in the NFC. Finally, the Bears fired Matt Nagy, albeit a year too late. Minnesota grew stale under Mike Zimmer and finally cut ties after consistent NFL odds failures. Meanwhile, the Giants realized that Joe Judge was a catastrophic hiring error and cut ties. And then the Saints have seen the highly successful Sean Payton leave on his own accord to take a break. Whenever a new coach is hired, there is enthusiasm from fans and gamblers. But whether it makes a difference remains to be seen.

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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NFC Chicago Bears – Matt Eberflus

Matt Eberflus arrives from the Indianapolis Colts, where he was the defensive coordinator. Eberflus is one of the most respected assistants in the NFL. However, some Bears fans are concerned about his lack of offensive coaching prowess. That overlooks the online betting point that Eberflus will hire offensive coaches. Second-year quarterback Justin Fields needs a lot of help after a brutal rookie season.

Minnesota Vikings – Kevin O’Connell

It’s not that Mike Zimmer was a failure as head coach of the Vikings. However, he never matched the 2017 campaign when he took Minnesota to the NFC championship game. Perhaps the biggest problem was that Kirk Cousins became Zimmer’s quarterback at Minnesota for his final four seasons.

Kevin O’Connell arrives from the Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams. Specifically, O’Connell was the offensive coordinator under Sean McVay, one of the brightest minds in football. O’Connell’s initial task is to figure out the quarterbacking situation with Cousins and the Vikings.

New Orleans Saints – Dennis Allen

Dennis Allen was the Saints defensive coordinator under Sean Payton. Most important of all, Allen got the endorsement of Payton. Allen faces a troubling quarterback situation. Does Jameis Winston effectively return from his season-ending injury? And if he does will be improved over his poor performance as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Correlate the belief that Payton left the Saints knowing that hard days were ahead.

New York Giants – Brian Daboll

As offensive coordinator of the Buffalo Bills, Brian Daboll was an NFL betting odds asset. Daboll worked well with quarterback Josh Allen. And that was a big reason why the Giants hired him. Current quarterback Daniel Jones is struggling to emerge as a reliable NFL starter. In fact, Jones could likely end up as one of the greatest draft busts in NFL history. In a similar way to the other new coaches, the quarterback is the top concern for Daboll.

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