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Sportsbook sets odds on next Raiders coach, Jon Gruden’s next job

Updated October 12, 2021 - 3:58 pm

Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy is the favorite to be the next coach of the Raiders, and Jon Gruden’s next job most likely will be as a podcast host, according to an offshore sportsbook.

SportsBetting.ag makes Bieniemy the 6-1 favorite to be named the Raiders’ full-time coach for next season, followed by Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll at +650, and Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Joe Brady and Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore both at +750.

Raiders interim coach Rich Bisaccia and Raiders defensive coordinator Gus Bradley are each 10-1.

Much further down the list, Gruden’s brother Jay, the former Washington coach, is 50-1, along with Hall of Fame quarterback turned broadcaster Peyton Manning.

Former Raiders greats Howie Long (75-1) and Charles Woodson (100-1) are listed, and former Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski is 500-1.

Gruden’s next gig

Jon Gruden is -150 to host a podcast as his next job, according to SportsBetting.ag.

Working for Fox News is the next choice at 3-1, followed by being a TV analyst for college football or the NFL, both at 5-1. He is 12-1 to coach high school football or to be a member of a college coaching staff.

Gruden is 25-1 to be a member of an NFL coaching staff and 33-1 to host a TV game show.

Note for Raiders fans thinking of putting a few dollars down: Offshore sportsbooks operate illegally in the U.S.

Full odds:

Next Raiders coach odds

Eric Bieniemy (Chiefs offensive coordinator), 6-1

Brian Daboll (Bills OC), +650

Joe Brady (Panthers OC), +750

Kellen Moore (Cowboys OC), +750

Todd Bowles (Buccaneers defensive coordinator), 9-1

Matt Campbell (Iowa State coach), 9-1

Byron Leftwich (Buccaneers OC), 9-1

Rich Bisaccia (Raiders interim coach), 10-1

Gus Bradley (Raiders DC), 10-1

Matt Eberflus (Colts DC), 10-1

David Shaw (Stanford coach), 10-1

Doug Pederson (former Eagles coach), 12-1

Darrell Bevell (Jaguars OC), 18-1

Nathaniel Hackett (Packers OC), 18-1

Tom Cable (Raiders offensive line coach), 20-1

Rod Marinelli (Raiders defensive line coach), 20-1

Jerod Mayo (Patriots linebackers coach), 20-1

Jay Gruden (former Washington coach), 50-1

Peyton Manning (TV broadcaster/former quarterback), 50-1

Urban Meyer (Jaguars coach), 50-1

Howie Long (TV broadcaster/former Raider), 75-1

Lane Kiffin (Mississippi coach), 100-1

Charles Woodson (TV broadcaster/former Raider), 100-1

Tony Romo (TV broadcaster/former quarterback), 150-1

Sebastian Janikowski (former Raiders kicker), 500-1

Gruden’s next job odds

Host podcast, -150

Work for Fox News, 3-1

NCAA TV analyst, 5-1

NFL TV analyst, 5-1

High school football coach, 12-1

Member of NCAA coaching staff, 12-1

Member of NFL coaching staff, 25-1

TV game show host, 33-1

Contact Jim Barnes at jbarnes@reviewjournal.com or 702-383-0277. Follow @JimBarnesLV on Twitter.

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