The 2020 NFL season is only a week old, but there’s already speculation regarding which team will get rid of its head coach.

Two names stand above the rest as the favorites to be out of a job first. New York Jets head coach Adam Gase leads the way with +325 betting odds, according to Bovada. Matt Patricia of the Detroit Lions isn’t far behind with +350 odds to be the first coach fired this year.

Gase led the Jets to a 7-9 record in 2019 when he first took over the team. Following a 27-17 loss in Week 1 to the Buffalo Bills, New York is expected to be among the league’s worst teams.

Detroit had maybe the most embarrassing loss off Week 1, blowing a 23-6 fourth-quarter lead to the Chicago Bears. Patricia is 9-23-1 since taking the Lions’ job for the 2018 season. Jim Caldwell went 36-28 as Detroit's coach from 2014-2017.

Atlanta Falcons coach Dan Quinn and Jacksonville Jaguars coach Doug Marrone are possibilities with +600 and +750 odds, respectively. It was speculated that both coaches could be fired at the end of last season when their teams finished with losing records.

The Falcons salvaged Quinn’s job by winning six of their final eight games in 2020. Atlanta lost at home to the Seattle Seahawks 38-25 in Week 1.

Jacksonville pulled off the biggest upset of Week 1 by defeating the Indianapolis Colts 27-20. The Jaguars have finished in last place in the AFC South in two straight years and are thought by some to be tanking for the top pick in the 2021 NFL Draft.

Houston Texans coach Bill O’Brien has +1000 odds to be the first coach fired. Houston has won the AFC South in four of the last five years, but the team hasn’t made it beyond the divisional round of the playoffs. The defending champion Kansas City Chiefs beat Houston 34-20 to kick off the season. 

Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn and Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy are long shots with +2500 odds each.

Jay Gruden became the first coach fired last year when Washington relieved him of his duties after an 0-5 start.

Adam Gase New York Jets Head coach Adam Gase of the New York Jets looks on at Atlantic Health Jets Training Center on August 23, 2020 in Florham Park, New Jersey. Photo: Mike Stobe/Getty Images