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Bet the Next Head Coach of the Chicago Bears

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jan/11/2022

As of Tuesday January 11, 2022, there was no clear favorite as to who will be hired as the new head coach of the Chicago Bears.

Co-favorites for now include Doug Pederson and Jim Harbaugh, each paying out $550 for every $100 bet.

The Bears on Monday opted for sweeping change by firing both their head coach, Matt Nagy, and GM Ryan Pace.

Nagy’s fate seemed sealed as the Bears struggled through a 6-11 season that ended with a loss at Minnesota on Sunday.  In fact, he was among the favorites to be fired first throughout much of the season.

Much of the focus for teams in search of a new head coach centers around Michigan Wolverines head coach Harbaugh. 

“I can tell you this — Jim Harbaugh has been calling around asking for people in case he gets an NFL job if they would join his staff,” Fox Sports Jay Glazer said. “He is interested in possibly returning to the NFL.”

Here are your Next Bears Head Coach candidates and payout odds (How to Read the Odds: +500 means that a $100 bet pays $500 or a $10 bet pays out $50)

Doug Pederson           +500

Jim Harbaugh              +550

Brian Daboll                +600

Eric Bieniemy              +700

Leslie Frazier               +700

Brian Flores                 +1000

Josh McDaniels           +1000

Pat Fitzgerald              +1000

Byron Leftwich            +1200

Kellen Moore              +1200

Ryan Day                     +1200

Jerod Mayo                 +1400

Matt Eberflus              +1400

Todd Bowles               +1600

Dave Toub                   +1800

Greg Roman                +1800

Sean Payton                +2500

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