Mike Smith has best odds to become next Giants head coach  


Former Falcons coach and current Buccaneers defensive coordinator Mike Smith has the best odds to replace Ben McAdoo as the New York Giants coach, according to sportsline.com. 

Smith’s top contender is New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.

Smith leads the pack at +350, meaning a $100 bet will net you a $350 profit in the wagering world.

Smith is the winningest coach in Falcons history with a 66-46 record and made the most trips to the playoffs (four, with a 1-4 record) and reached the NFC championship after the 2012 season.

BookMaker.eu has compiled an impressive list of contenders.

Mike Smith: +350

Josh McDaniels: + 400

Frank Reich: +550

Teryl Austin: +550

Matt Patricia: +1200

Dave Toub: +1500

Scott Linehan: +1500

Jim Harbaugh: +1800

Jim Schartz: +2000

Pat Shurmur: +2200

Brian Kelly: +2300

Jon Gruden: +2500

Bill Cowher: +6000

David Shaw: +6000

Nick Saban: +8000

Field: +250


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