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Denver Broncos NFL Betting

Denver Broncos NFL Betting

The Denver Broncos were the most disappointing team in the NFL this season. Denver was expected to contend for the AFC West title and was seen as a Super Bowl threat, but the Broncos finished with their worst record since 2010. Russell Wilson had his worst season yet, and the Broncos started experiencing serious buyer’s remorse after just a month. That led to Denver firing first-year head coach Nathaniel Hackett after Week 15, and the Broncos are reportedly interested in either Sean Payton or defensive coordinator Dan Quinn to lead the team into 2023.

Denver Broncos 2022 Season Recap

Broncos Country wanted to ride with Russell Wilson, but the former Super Bowl winning quarterback had an awful 2022 campaign. Denver was rumored to be more interested in signing Aaron Rodgers last offseason, but the franchise quickly set its sights on Wilson after Rodgers signed an extension with Green Bay.

The Broncos ended up trading Drew Lock, Noah Fant, Shelby Harris, two first-round picks, two second-round picks, and a fifth-round pick to Seattle in exchange for Wilson and a fourth-round pick. It was one of the biggest trades we’ve seen in modern NFL history, and John Elway was thrilled with the move as it seemingly locked down the quarterback position for the foreseeable future. Denver hadn’t made the playoffs since 2015 largely due to quarterback play, and the Broncos started 11 different players under center from 2016 to 2021.

Wilson signed a five-year, $242.6 million contract with $160 million in guaranteed money. He woefully underdelivered in his first season in the Mile High City though as Denver finished dead last in scoring with 16.9 PPG. Wilson completed just 60.5% of his passes for 3,524 yards (7.3 YPA) with 16 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He was sacked a whopping 55 times too, and he only ran for 277 yards (5.0 YPC) and three touchdowns.

Those numbers look even worse considering Denver had a solid receiving corps. Jerry Jeudy and Courtland Sutton had nice seasons, but Tim Patrick suffered a season-ending injury in training camp. Still, Jeudy had 67 receptions for 972 yards and six touchdowns, while Sutton had 64 catches for 829 yards and two TDs. Unheralded tight end Greg Dulcich had a nice year too with 33 receptions for 411 yards and two scores.

The ground game was supposed to be a strength of the team. Second-year running back Javonte Williams suffered a season-ending injury in Week 4 though, and Melvin Gordon III could not hold onto the football. Gordon averaged just 3.5 YPC and fumbled five times in 115 touches.

Denver’s defense was a top five unit for much of the season. The Broncos were so good on this side of the ball through the first 10 games that Denver would have been 9-1 going into Week 12 if they would have scored just 18 points in every game. By the end of the season, they had fallen off somewhat though, allowing 21.1 PPG. The Broncos ranked seventh in total defense, surrendering 320.0 YPG.

The front seven was very good although the Broncos traded away Bradley Chubb to Miami at the deadline. Denver received San Francisco’s first-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft for Chubb, giving the Broncos some draft capital after the team gave up so much for Wilson in the offseason.

Alex Singleton and Josey Jewell were sure tacklers at linebacker, and the star of the unit was Patrick Surtain II. Surtain led the Broncos with 10 pass breakups, and he was named a Pro Bowler in his second season.

Denver Broncos Schedule & Results

Week 1 at Seattle Seahawks L 16-17 0-1
Week 2 vs. Houston Texans W 16-9 1-1
Week 3 vs. San Francisco 49ers W 11-10 2-1
Week 4 at Las Vegas Raiders L 23-32 2-2
Week 5 vs. Indianapolis Colts L 9-12 (OT) 2-3
Week 6 at Los Angeles Chargers L 16-19 (OT) 2-4
Week 7 vs. New York Jets L 9-16 2-5
Week 8 at Jacksonville Jaguars W 21-17 3-5
Week 9 BYE
Week 10 at Tennessee Titans L 10-17 3-6
Week 11 vs. Las Vegas Raiders L 16-22 (OT) 3-7
Week 12 at Carolina Panthers L 10-23 3-8
Week 13 at Baltimore Ravens L 9-10 3-9
Week 14 vs. Kansas City Chiefs L 28-34 3-10
Week 15 vs. Arizona Cardinals W 24-15 4-10
Week 16 at Los Angeles Rams L 14-51 4-11
Week 17 at Kansas City Chiefs L 24-27 4-12
Week 18 vs. Los Angeles Chargers W 31-28 5-12

The first game of the season may as well be the Super Bowl. The Seattle Seahawks will host the Denver Broncos on ESPN Monday Night Football. ABC will simulcast the game. Russell Wilson will play his first game as quarterback of the Broncos against his old team. The atmosphere, TV viewership, and betting handle will be over the top.

Wilson will get another prime time date with an old NFC West opponent in week three. The Broncos will host the San Francisco 49ers on NBC Sunday Night Football. Wilson and the 49ers had epic high stakes battles in numerous matchups during his time in Seattle.

The Broncos have a Thursday night date at home against the Indianapolis Colts on Prime Video in week five. The following week, the Broncos are at the Los Angeles Chargers on ESPN Monday Night Football.

Week eight brings a Sunday morning game in London against the Jacksonville Jaguars. In week 14, the Broncos will host the Kansas City Chiefs in an AFC West shootout on NBC Sunday Night Football.

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Denver Broncos Past Seasons (2000)

2022 5-12 None
2021 7-10 None
2020 5-11 None
2019 7-9 None
2018 6-10 None
2017 5-11 None
2016 9-7 None
2015 12-4 Won Super Bowl
2014 12-4 Lost Divisional Round
2013 13-3 Lost Super Bowl
2012 13-3 Lost Divisional Round
2011 8-8 Lost Divisional Round
2010 4-12 None
2009 8-8 None
2008 8-8 None
2007 7-9 None
2006 9-7 None
2005 13-3 Lost Conference Championship
2004 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2003 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2002 9-7 None
2001 8-8 None
2000 11-5 Lost Wild Card Round

Founded in 1960 as charter members of the American Football League, the Denver Broncos did not post a winning record until 1973. In the franchise's early years, the Broncos were known for their hideous brown and yellow uniforms that included vertical socks. Even when they went to orange and blue in the mid-1960s, the team was still bad and ran on a shoestring budget. The biggest claim to fame for the Broncos was their win over the Detroit Lions in a 1966 exhibition game. It was the first exhibition game between the AFL and NFL and a shocking upset.

Led by the Orange Crush defense, Denver finally made the playoffs and the first Super Bowl in 1977, losing to the Dallas Cowboys.

In 1983, the franchise's fortunes changed forever with the arrival of first round draft choice John Elway. Elway rewrote the Broncos record book as a Hall of Fame quarterback. Elway and the Broncos lost three Super Bowls before finally winning the Vince Lombardi Trophy in 1997 and 1998 before Elway retired to become a team executive, which he is to this day.

Indianapolis Colts import Peyton Manning led the Broncos to two Super Bowls, including their last Super Bowl championship in 2015, and retired after the game. Since then, the Broncos have not had a credible quarterback. Until the arrival of Russell Wilson in 2022.

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