Bill Belichick co-favorite for AP Coach of the Year

Ryan Hannable
May 28, 2020 - 1:39 pm

Without Tom Brady, Bill Belichick has the chance to win something for the first time since 2010 -- the AP Coach of the Year.

According to Bet Online, Belichick and Bruce Arians are co-favorites to win the AP Coach of the Year in 2020.

With Brady at quarterback and the run of success for the organization, it was expected the Patriots would be among the best teams in the league, so Belichick really never had a chance to win the award. Now with Brady in Tampa Bay, Belichick has a chance to prove just how good of a coach he is.

Belichick has won the award three times -- 2003, 2007 and 2010.

Here are the complete list of odds.

Bill Belichick- 12/1     
Bruce Arians- 12/1                 
Mike McCarthy- 14/1     
Frank Reich- 16/1     
Andy Reid- 18/1     
Kevin Stefanski- 18/1     
Kliff Kingsbury- 18/1     
Sean McDermott- 18/1     
Kyle Shanahan- 20/1
Mike Vrabel- 22/1     
Brian Flores-  25/1     
Doug Pederson- 25/1     
John Harbaugh- 25/1 

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