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NFL Coach of the Year Odds: Giants Head Coach Brian Daboll Given 28% Chance of Winning

As we head into Week 8 of the NFL season, Jason Radowitz provides an outline of the current 2022 NFL Coach of the Year Odds.
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NFL Coach of the Year Odds: Giants Head Coach Brian Daboll Given 28% Chance of Winning

The NFL has had a lot of surprises this season. The Eagles have started the season undefeated, while both New York teams are multiple games over .500 heading into Week 8. Brian Daboll of the New York Giants has helped with the resurgence of Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley, and now the Giants are in business offensively, despite having little depth at receiver.

Can Daboll pass Philadelphia's Nick Sirianni and earn the Coach of the Year honors? Here's a look at the updated Coach of the Year odds as we head into Week 8 of the NFL season.

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Coach of the Year Odds

OddsHead CoachImplied Chance
+125Nick Sirianni (Eagles)44.4%
+250Brian Daboll (Giants)28.6%
+1000Robert Saleh (Jets)9.1%
+1200Kevin O'Connell (Vikings)7.7%
+2000Mike McDaniel (Dolphins)4.8%
+2000Pete Carroll (Seahawks)4.8%
+2000Sean McDermott (Bills)4.8%

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Can Brian Daboll Earn Coach of the Year Honors?

The reality is the NFC East has a pretty easy schedule this season. But let's not forget that the Giants and Eagles still play each other twice this season. Those two games could end up deciding the Coach of the Year award.

The Eagles will likely continue winning. They've got the better team with tons of talent surrounding Jalen Hurts. If Philadelphia goes undefeated or gets close, there's a good chance Nick Sirianni will win the award.

However, Brian Daboll has turned around one of the worst franchises in football and made them competitive in one year. Yes, he has Saquon Barkley. But he's also developed Daniel Jones into an adequate quarterback while losing his top four receivers to injuries for most of the year. What Daboll has done for the Giants is way more impressive than what Sirianni has done for the Eagles.

Philadelphia hasn't played a demanding schedule like the Giants. But the Eagles have more talent on both sides of the ball.

Will Another Coach Enter the Coach of the Year Conversation?

Robert Saleh saved receipts, and now the Jets are 5-2 with the same amount of wins as the Bills, with one more game played. The Jets drafted exceptionally well and have had many rookies step up. Breece Hall is out for the year, along with Saleh's best two offensive linemen. The Jets have had to deal with multiple injuries to key offensive spots and yet haven't blinked.

Saleh deserves a lot of credit, especially if the Jets continue to win without Breece Hall.

Meanwhile, Kevin O'Connell has the Vikings at 5-1. They're one of the quieter teams that are 5-1 on the season. He's coaching in the NFC North, which has every other team under .500. That'll help the Vikings win but probably won't help O'Connell win the COTY.

If Pete Carroll and the Seahawks stay in front of the NFC West, Carroll will also be in the conversation. He chose to start Geno Smith over Drew Lock, and it's paying serious dividends. Carroll kept the team together and ensured they were still competitive despite trading away Russell Wilson. He gets major props for that.

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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