NFL Preview: Three Coaches on the Hot Seat

July 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The sports betting speculation about head coaching jobs in the NFL begins as training camps open. Coaches like Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis and Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips saved their jobs last year with playoff seasons.
Some new head coaches will get a little NFL betting attention as people wonder if they can turn the pro programs around. Pete Carroll left a prosperous college coaching job at USC, where he made NCAA football betting easy by winning all of the time, to take over the hapless Seattle Seahawks. Watching them play now, it is hard to believe that the Seahawks were in the Super Bowl just five years ago.
In Buffalo, Chan Gailey took the job no one wanted and has promised to turn the Bills franchise around. In support of Gailey’s claims, the Bills did nothing to improve their offense and did nothing to upgrade an offensive line that was one of the worst in football last year.
Gailey and Carroll will be given a year or two to prove...

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