Denver Broncos NFL Betting Odds

Denver Broncos NFL Betting

Denver Broncos NFL Betting

The Denver Broncos tried to find a new quarterback all offseason and yet never found one. Thus, Drew Lock, the proclaimed "answer" as Broncos quarterback just one year ago, is slated to return as the starter, despite being no longer wanted. Denver slipped from a 7-9 record in 2019 down to 5-11 in 2020. Incredibly enough, the betting public seems to have a lot more faith in Denver than what is deserved. Denver is touted to have one of the best defenses in football despite ranking 21st overall and 25th for points allowed in 2020. Sharps are less convinced of the Broncos' merits than the rest of the public. The Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders look like more viable threats to the dominance of the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West.

2021 Denver Broncos Betting Odds

Odds to win Super Bowl: +2200

Odds to win AFC Conference: +1150

Odds to win AFC West Division: +560

2021 Regular Season Win Total: 8.5

Head coach Vic Fangio arrived after earning rave reviews as the Chicago Bears defensive coordinator. Fangio has gone 7-9 in 2019 and then 5-11 last year. Poor starts and ineffective offenses have plagued his teams. Last year, most disturbing to Denver fans was the decline of the defense, once touted as a team and Fangio's strength. COVID-19 issues were a big problem for the Broncos in 2020, but what clubs were not affected by the pandemic? This campaign marks a make-or-break year for the head coach.

The Broncos were a trendy futures pick one year ago because of their strong finish in the 2019 season. Quarterback Drew Lock led that resurgence as a rookie but suffered a setback season in 2020. Lock's QB rating slipped from 89.7 to 75.4, and his TD/INT ratio went from 7/3 in 2019 to 16/15 last year. Lock is now a pariah to fans and gamblers until he proves otherwise.

Running back Melvin Gordon III kept defenses honest with 986 yards rushing, 4.6 yards per carry, and nine touchdowns. He ran for 1105 yards with the Chargers in 2017.

Linebacker Malik Reed was an impact player on defense with team highs of eight sacks and 11.5 tackles for loss. Linebacker Bradley Chubb added 7.5 sacks and 11 tackles for loss.

Denver Broncos Schedule & Results

Week 1 at New York Giants - -
Week 2 at Jacksonville Jaguars - -
Week 3 vs. New York Jets - -
Week 4 vs. Baltimore Ravens - -
Week 5 at Pittsburgh Steelers - -
Week 6 vs. Las Vegas Raiders - -
Week 7 at Cleveland Browns - -
Week 8 vs. Washington Football Team - -
Week 9 at Dallas Cowboys - -
Week 10 vs. Philadelphia Eagles - -
Week 11 BYE WEEK
Week 12 vs. Los Angeles Chargers - -
Week 13 at Kansas City Chiefs - -
Week 14 vs. Detroit Lions - -
Week 15 vs. Cincinnati Bengals - -
Week 16 at Las Vegas Raiders - -
Week 17 at Los Angeles Chargers - -
Week 18 vs. Kansas City Chiefs - -

The Broncos have the opportunity for a strong start with three winnable games at the onset at the New York Giants, at the Jacksonville Jaguars, and home against the New York Jets.

NFL Football Picks

Broncos Past Seasons (2000)

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

John Elway led the Broncos to their first two Super Bowl championships in his final two seasons as a player in 1997 and 1998. Later, as team president and general manager, Elway signed Peyton Manning to lead the Broncos to their last Super Bowl championship season in 2015. Elway relinquished general manager duties for this year but remains team president.

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