NFL Coaches On The Hot Seat: Odds For Next NFL Head Coach Fired

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  • 👀Coaching turnover comes earlier and earlier each NFL season. Who is on the hot seat entering the 2024-25 year?
  • 📈Below, a team of NFL experts reveal our exclusive odds to be the first head coach fired this season.
  • 🏈New York Jets coach Robert Saleh is the favorite to receive his walking papers, followed by a few other familiar faces.

While the kickoff of the 2024 NFL regular season isn’t for another three months, it’s never too early for Ohio sportsbooks to speculate as to which head coach in the 32-team league will be the next on the firing line.  A host of underachieving sideline chiefs enter the league year with their jobs on the line, including the Jets' Robert Saleh and Mike McCarthy of the Dallas Cowboys.

Ahead of a summer full of OTAs and training camps, broke down some hypothetical odds on which NFL head coach will be the next one out the door.

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Odds for Next Head Coach Fired




Percent Chance

Robert Saleh

New York Jets



Matt Eberflus

Chicago Bears



Mike McCarthy

Dallas Cowboys



Dennis Allen

New Orleans Saints



Brian Daboll 

New York Giants 



Sean McDermott

Buffalo Bills



Nick Sirianni

Philadelphia Eagles



The Field




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Who Gets Fired Next in the NFL?

Right now, Saleh is the top man to get kicked out of the turbulent airplane that is the New York Jets organization, coming in at +350, while Chicago's Matt Eberflus and the Cowboys' Mike McCarthy are hot on his tail at +450 apiece.  

Eberflus has struggled through two seasons in the Windy City, going 10-24 (.294) but has No. 1 pick Caleb Williams and first round wideout Rome Odunze to build around in 2024, which could save his job if the pair of young players live up to their respective potentials on offense.  

McCarthy has won early and often in the Big D, going 42-25 (.627) in four seasons with two division titles, but has yet to advance past the NFC Divisional Round, with a pair of Wild Card upsets at the hands of the San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers spoiling solid seasons for the franchise. Expect McCarthy to hear rumors about being replaced by Bill Belichick after each Cowboys loss this season. 

Throw in Dennis Allen of the New Orleans Saints at +700 and Brian Daboll of the New York Giants at +1250 and you have the upper end of the NFL head coach firing pool for the new league year, while longshots like Sean McDermott of the Buffalo Bills (Daboll’s former boss) and Nick Sirianni of the Philadelphia Eagles round out the list at +1500 apiece.  

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Christopher Boan writes for and has been covering sports and sports betting for more than seven years, with experience at, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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