|After Miami Dolphins head coach Dave Wannstedt resigned on Tuesday, wagerweb.com is taking bets on who will be the head coach when the season opens in 2005. The Dolphins came off a loss at home to the Arizona Cardinals two weeks ago to drop their record to an embarrassing 1-8, and on Tuesday the head coach resigned. |
Wagerweb.com CEO Dave Johnson said, 'Wannstedt was put in a very tough situation when Ricky Williams surprised everybody and retired, but in today's NFL you have to win no matter what problems your team faces, and if you don't, you most likely will lose your job.”
He continued, “We have already taken a large number of wagers on former Head Coach Don Shula. The assumption is people may be thinking of the Joe Gibbs hiring by the Redskins last season.'
Odds on The Louisville head coach, Bobby Petrino and LSU head coach, Nick Saban are both at 3:1. Dan Marino, the former Dolphins quarterback has been given odds at 200:1.