Denver Broncos Super Bowl Betting Odds
The Denver Broncos Super Bowl betting odds are not looking good this year. Denver finished the 2018 season with a record of 6-10, finishing third in AFC West. The Broncos have brought in Joe Flacco to take over the offense as he replaces Case Keenum in what will likely not be his job for long either. The Broncos are the definition of a middle of the road team - they won’t be awful, but they won’t be very good either.
Phillip Lindsay and Royce Freeman are the team's two-headed monster at running back. Flacco will have receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Cortland Sutton to throw to. These two are much better than the duo of John Brown and Michael Crabtree for what it’s worth here. The defense is still led by All-Pro linebacker Von Miller, and rookie Bradley Chubb had 12 sacks in his first season. There is plenty of upside on this Broncos roster. Keep checking back here for the most up to date odds on the Denver Broncos as it relates to their Super Bowl betting odds.
The Denver Broncos Super Bowl 54 betting odds are not longer than most. The Broncos drafted quarterback Andrew Lock out of the University of Missouri in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Lock won’t have much of an impact on the Broncos Super Bowl odds this year, but he should be the quarterback of the future for the Broncos and should be named the starter sooner rather than later. Until then, the Broncos Super Bowl 54 odds look bleak.
The Denver Broncos AFC Championship odds are only somewhat valuable as the team rebuilds and tries to find its quarterback of the future. The Broncos have a long way to go before they become contenders in the AFC again. They still have one of the top corners in the league in Chris Harris Jr. and two superstar pass rushers in Von Miller and Bradley Chubb.