After the Philadelphia Eagles parted ways with Doug Pederson as their head coach, fans and experts alike have begun connecting the dots on who they could target to replace him. While people discuss who the team could hire, betting odds on Philadelphia's head coach vacancy have been revealed.

At the top of the list are Eric Bieniemy and Mike Kafka, who are both listed as +400 odds to become the next head coach of the Eagles. Bieniemy has been a popular name as a head coach candidate in the past two years due to being the sidekick to Andy Reid on the Kansas City Chiefs.

While Bieniemy has a hand in putting together the offense for the Chiefs, Kafka's name comes as a bit of a surprise. Kafka played with the Eagles during his playing career and is now the quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator of Kansas City under Reid.

Behind Bieniemy and Kafka, Brian Daboll is given +450 odds to be hired by the Eagles, while Arthur Smith is at +500 odds. Daboll has been credited with helping the maturation process of Josh Allen on the Buffalo Bills as their offensive coordinator, and Smith has turned the Tennessee Titans into an offensive juggernaut as the offensive coordinator.

Another interesting name that comes near the top of the list is Lincoln Riley—the offensive-minded head coach at Oklahoma. The decision to fire Pederson likely comes as a result of the front office wanting to stick with Carson Wentz, which would be the main talking point for the next head coach.

Riley has turned Baker Mayfield, Kyler Murray, and Jalen Hurts into early draft picks at Oklahoma. However, there's no doubt that some coaches could be hesitant to accept the job with the Eagles due to the cap situation and quarterback situation.