Dick Koetter, Tampa Bay: 7/1
Vance Joseph, Denver: 7/1
Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati: 9/1
Jay Gruden, Washington: 9/1
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The site also lists the New York Jets’ Todd Bowles at 10/1, followed by Detroit’s Matt Patricia (15/1), Miami’s Adam Gase (16/1), Dallas’ Jason Garrett (19/1), Carolina’s Ron Rivera (19/1) and Baltimore’s Jim Harbaugh (32/1).
Or if you think it will be one of other 21 coaches getting axed first, you can bet the field for 10/1.
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And while other sportsbooks have the Bengals tied for the longest odds to win the Super Bowl, SportsBettingDime.com has them sitting ahead of a handful of teams at 95/1.
The Cleveland Browns also are 95/1, followed by the Buffalo Bills (100/1), Miami Dolphins (115/1) and New York Jets (115/1).