ByPat Pickens

Jan 16, 2024

Bill Belichick Next Team Odds: NFC East Or AFC West?

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After 24 seasons, arguably the greatest coach in NFL history is moving on.

Bill Belichick, the architect of the greatest dynasty in pro football history for the New England Patriots, will reportedly not return as coach for 2024.

He won six Super Bowls in New England, coached in nine Super Bowls, and remarkably reached the NFL’s Conference Championship round 13 times.

Belichick is 15 shy of breaking Don Shula’s record for most coaching wins. He’ll likely want to coach again despite the fact he will turn 72 on April 16.

Here’s a look at where Belichick might coach in 2024:

NOTE: These odds were created for entertainment purposes and are not available on sports betting apps.

Bill Belichick Next Team Odds

Commanders +250 (29%)
Chargers+360 (22%)
Raiders+410 (20%)
Field+800 (11%)
Cowboys+1200 (8%)
Titans+1400 (7%)
Panthers+2000 (5%)

Washington Commanders (+250)

Washington Commanders quarterback Sam Howell

Mandatory Credit: Scott Galvin-USA TODAY Sports

Belichick made a name for himself in the NFC East as the defensive coordinator for the New York Giants. Washington has its head coaching and a vacant front-office role open into which Belichick can slide.

So far, owner Josh Harris is notoriously hands-off. The businessman allowed the 76ers to commit to “The Process” fully and patiently empowered the NHL’s New Jersey Devils time to rebuild as well.

Los Angeles Chargers (+360)

The Chargers have been a quasi-retirement landing spot for players before. Belichick could stay in the AFC with a championship-caliber roster that only needs one drastic upgrade: coaching.

Whispers say Jim Harbaugh could land in Los Angeles to assist quarterback Justin Herbert’s progression. Chargers ownership is notoriously stingy, and Belichick will command huge dollars on the open market.

Las Vegas Raiders (+410)

It’s easy to forget the Raiders job is technically open, based on how the team played for interim coach Antonio Pierce.

But owner Mark Davis is cut from the same cloth as his father, legendary NFL manager Al Davis, and Belichick’s arrival in Sin City could shake up the power dynamics in the AFC West and the conference itself.

Belichick probably would want similar autonomy to his New England role; Davis’ approach might clash with that plan. Plus, the Raiders played extremely well for Pierce, and the players will probably want him to stay on as coach.

Dallas Cowboys (+1200)

The Cowboys have won 12 games in three straight seasons and are a favorite to win the Super Bowl. Head coach Mike McCarthy is coming off arguably his best season as a head coach and offensive play-caller.

But McCarthy has famously struggled in the playoffs, carrying a 1-2 postseason record as Cowboys coach.

If Dallas goes out early again, Jerry Jones wouldn’t surprise the league if he threw gobs of money around to land Belichick, especially since Belichick’s mentor, Bill Parcells, closed his coaching career in Dallas.

Would Jones would cede power to Belichick? Jones has not had a head coach challenge him since Parcells — though the Cowboys won three Super Bowls in the 1990s with coaches who were not afraid to push back.

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Pat Pickens

Pat Pickens is a seasoned sportswriter who has covered pro sports since 2013 for various websites, including The New York Times, NHL.com, Bleacher Report, Sportsnet.ca, USA Today, the Associated Press and many others. His debut book, titled "The Whalers" about the history of the NHL's Hartford Whalers, was released in October 2021.

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