For most of the season Detroit Lions head coach Dan Campbell has been the favorite to win
NFL Coach of the Year for leading his team to their first division title in 30 years.
But after last night's game, there's a new favorite to win the prestigious award.
According to DraftKings Sportsbook, Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski is the new favorite to win the Coach of the Year award.
He is now -275 while Campbell is a distant second at +300.
Stefanski has a very strong case for the award.
He's navigated the Browns to just their second playoff appearance in 20 years while dealing with an incredible slew of injuries, particularly at quarterback.
Perhaps his biggest accomplishment is leading the Browns to a four-game winning streak with Joe Flacco -
a quarterback who had not stepped on a football field since last year prior to being signed in late-November.
Kevin Stefanski led the Browns to an 11-5 record,
a playoff appearance and their first playoff win in decades when he took over the team in 2020.
But over the next two seasons the team struggled due to inconsistency from their quarterbacks.
That inconsistency continued early in 2023 but the Browns defense has picked up some of the slack this time.
Will Stefanski win the award this year?