Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson is among the top half of picks by oddsmakers for 2020 AP Coach of the Year.

Sportsbetting.ag released their odds for the bet, which puts Pederson tied for 11th at +2500 with Dolphins head coach Brian Flores, Baltimore's John Harbaugh and Denver's Vic Fangio.

New England's Bill Belichick has the best odds at +1200. Dallas' new coach Mike McCarthy is third at +1400.

New Giants' and Redskins' coaches Joe Judge and Ron Rivera are both +4000, second from the bottom.

Looking for some good value?

How about Pittsburgh's Mike Tomlin. With Ben Roethlisberger back, there is a good chance the Steelers could find themselves back in the playoffs, making Tomlin a good bet at +2800.

Another interesting name would be rookie head coach Matt Rhule in Carolina at +3300. The Panthers are not expected to make the playoffs, but adding a energetic Rhule and new quarterback Teddy Bridgewater give you some very good value.

One other name to would be Dan Quinn in Atlanta who is +3000.  The Falcons don't have high expectations, but the NFC South is usually a wide open division.  With Tampa and New Orleans considered playoff teams, Quinn would be given consideration if he can get the Falcons into the playoffs.