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Gus Bradley has 18/1 odds to win NFL Coach of the Year in 2016

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There are only eight NFL coaches with better odds to win Coach of the Year. God help us all.

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Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley has better odds to win NFL Coach of the Year than two-thirds of the league.

The Bovada oddsmakers have released their list and while Bruce Arians (deservedly) tops the list, Gus Bradley is conspicuously tied for ninth with Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio... and my only question is, "Why?" What has Bradley done that would make you think Year 4 is the one that turns it around? And even if it does turn around for the Jaguars, how is it Bradley's doing? His specialty is defense and that unit was worse in 2015 than it was when he got here in 2013.

The full Bovada odds list

Bruce Arians 15/2
Mike Zimmer 15/2
Mike McCarthy 9/1
Bill Belichick 10/1
Ron Rivera 10/1
Pete Carroll 12/1
Andy Reid 12/1
Mike Tomlin 12/1
Gus Bradley 18/1
Jack Del Rio 18/1
Marvin Lewis 20/1
Todd Bowles 25/1
John Fox 25/1
Jason Garrett 33/1
Adam Gase 33/1
John Harbaugh 33/1
Gary Kubiak 33/1
Ben McAdoo 33/1
Chuck Pagano 33/1
Sean Payton 33/1
Doug Pederson 33/1
Jay Gruden 50/1
Chip Kelly 50/1
Bill O'Brien 50/1
Rex Ryan 50/1
Jim Caldwell 66/1
Jeff Fisher 66/1
Hue Jackson 66/1
Dirk Koetter 66/1
Mike McCoy 66/1
Mike Mularkey 66/1
Dan Quinn 66/1

At least give us long odds so it's worth the bet, Bovada.