Vegas Releases Odds on the First NFL Coach to be Fired
Hue Jackson's days heading up the Cleveland Browns appear to be numbered.
If Browns head coach Hue Jackson is still just renting his house in Cleveland, he should keep doing it.
Jackson, who guided the Browns to a 0-16 season last year, is the odds-on favorite to be the first NFL coach to be fired, according to a list that was released by OddShark on Tuesday.
At +350, Jackson has more than double the odds of being the first coach on the chopping block compared to the next name on the list, Adam Gase of the Miami Dolphins (+750).
At third on the list, OddsShark has longtime Bengals coach Marvin Lewis and second-year Broncos coach Vance Joseph tied at +1000. That pair is followed by Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter and Redskins coach Jay Gruden at +1200.
Todd Bowles (Jets, +1600), Bill O’Brien (Texans, +2000), Jason Garrett (Cowboys, +2500), John Harbaugh (Ravens, +2800), Jon Gruden (Raiders, +2800), and Pete Carroll (Seahawks, +2800) round out the list.
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