Who Will Be the Next Redskins Head Coach? Betting Odds & Candidates

After an 0-5 start to the 2019-20 NFL regular season, the Washington Redskins announced the firing of head coach Jay Gruden. With Gruden on the outs, Washington has named assistant head coach/offensive line coach Bill Callahan as interim head coach.

Since news of his firing broke, the oddsmakers have already begun nabbing potential replacements for the gig.

The current favorite to land the job is Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy. The 50-year-old has been on the Kansas City Chiefs’ coaching staff since 2013. He previously worked as the running backs coach for the University of Colorado, UCLA, and the Minnesota Vikings. As a player at Colorado, Bieniemy was a Heisman Trophy finalist and consensus All-American.

Other top candidates for the job include Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich, Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Mike Pettine, Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin.

Who do the oddsmakers will be the next leading man in the nation’s capital?

A full look at the odds to become the next Washington Redskins head coach can be seen below, according to BetOnline.ag.


Who Will Be the Next Redskins Head Coach?

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  • Eric Bieniemy                7/2
  • Byron Leftwich              6/1
  • Mike Pettine                  6/1
  • Todd Bowles                 6/1
  • Greg Olson                   8/1
  • Josh McDaniels             10/1
  • Kevin O’Connell             12/1
  • Mike Tomlin                  14/1
  • Joe Judge                     15/1
  • Dennis Allen                  18/1
  • Jim Caldwell                  18/1
  • Mike McCarthy              18/1
  • Jim Schwartz                 20/1
  • Ken Whisenhunt            20/1
  • Kevin Stefanski             20/1
  • Kris Richard                  20/1
  • Matt Eberflus                20/1
  • Mike Munchak               20/1
  • Robert Saleh                 20/1
  • Dan Campbell               25/1
  • Jim Harbaugh                25/1
  • Todd Monken                25/1
  • Brian Schottenheimer    33/1
  • John DeFilippo             33/1
  • Dave Toub                    33/1
  • Chip Kelly                     50/1
  • Guz Malzahn                 50/1
  • Kellen Moore                50/1
  • Lincoln Riley                 50/1
  • Ryan Day                     50/1
  • Todd Haley                   50/1
  • Jimbo Fisher                 100/1
  • Lane Kiffin                    100/1
  • Matt Campbell               100/1
  • Matt Rhule                    100/1
  • Mike Gundy                  100/1
  • Mike Leach                   100/1
  • Rex Ryan                      100/1
  • Tom Herman                 100/1
  • Sean Payton                 150/1
  • Brian Kelly                    200/1
  • Chris Petersen              200/1
  • David Shaw                   200/1
  • Urban Meyer                 200/1
  • Dabo Swinney               250/1
  • Nick Saban                   250/1
  • Bill Cowher                    500/1
  • Norv Turner                   500/1
  • Peyton Manning            500/1
  • Tony Romo                   500/1
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