2016 NFL: Coach of the Year Prop Bet Odds For Bookies

The end of the 2016 NFL Regular Season doesn’t just bring the 2017 NFL Playoffs. It also brings a ton of prop bets. Online bookie agents should be aware of the following NFL Coach of the Year Props.

Coach of the Year Favorite

Jason Garrett, Dallas, -200

He’s by far the favorite to win the award. The Cowboys ended the season as the NFC East and NFC Playoff home field advantage winners.

At -200, he’s not likely to demand attention from pro players. Then again, that’s a 50% profit at -200.

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In the Running

Dan Quinn, Atlanta, +400

Quinn has an outside shot. The problem with Quinn winning the award must do first with his offense, which is led by one of the Top QB to WR combos in the NFL.

The second issue is that Atlanta plays in a division with Tampa Bay, New Orleans, and Carolina. Carolina, the defending NFC conference champs, only won 6 games this season.

That’s how bad the NFC South was in 2016. He’s got a shot but price per head agents only need to set a max betting limit to manage bets on Quinn.

No Real Shot

Andy Reid, Kansas City, +750

The Chiefs were considered a favorite with Denver to win the AFC West.

Bill Belichick, New England, +750

The Patriots play in a week division, the AFC East, while New England is always the best team in the AFC year to year.

Adam Gase, Miami, +1200

He’s a rookie coach. Gase must beat Belichick for the AFC East title before garnering any NFL Coach of the Year Honors.

Pro Players and Underdog Players Dream

Jack Del Rio, Oakland, +750

He’s not as big of a longshot as Gase in Miami, but at +750, online bookie agents are almost assured of seeing a ton of action on Del Rio to win NFL Coach of the Year Honors.

The reason is because Del Rio led the Oakland Raiders to their first playoff berth since the 2003 Super Bowl where they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Del Rio also marches into the playoffs with his third string QB. Setting max betting limits is necessary.

Price per head agents and online bookies should also make sure to set a schedule limit override this Saturday when the Raiders battle the Texans.

If the Raiders win that game, wagers are going to flood to Del Rio.

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