2017 NFL Betting Guide For Denver Broncos
After going 9-7 in 2016, one season after winning Super Bowl 50, the Denver Broncos will have the look of a new team under first-year head coach Vance Joseph. If Denver can improve an offense that was pedestrian at best in ranking 22nd in scoring last season, they could find themselves back in the Super Bowl mix in the AFC.
No matter what lies ahead for Denver in 2017, here are six must-bet games that you should circle on Denver’s schedule this coming season.
Here’s A Closer Look At The 2017 NFL Betting Guide For Denver Broncos
Broncos at Bills (-1)
Analysis: The Denver Broncos may not be quite ready to get back into Super Bowl contention after going 9-7 last season, but the AFC West division hopefuls have such an outstanding defense that they’ll be able to hold it down at home against a Bills team that could struggle early on as they adjust to new head coach Doug Marrone. The Broncos get the outright road win to cover the spread.
Pick: Denver 27 Buffalo 24
Raiders at Broncos (-2)
Analysis: While Oakland won an impressive dozen games last season and the Broncos bagged nine victories, but Denver has gone 4-1 SU and 3-2 ATS in their last five home dates against their longtime AFC West division rivals, making the Broncos the pick to get the narrow home win and ATS cover.
Pick: Denver 28 Oakland 24
Broncos at Chargers (PK)
Analysis: The Broncos will make their first road trip to L.A. to take on the division rival Chargers and despite falling to Phillip Rivers and company on the road 21-13 last season, the Broncos have gone 5-1 SU and ATS in their last six road dates against the Bolts, making them the pick to get back to beating the Chargers at home!
Pick: Denver 28 L.A. 24
Broncos at Eagles (-1)
Analysis: This game will boil down to Denver’s defense against Philly’s young quarterback Carson Wentz. For me, it’s a no-brainer to take Von Miller and company to put Wentz and the Birds on lockdown! The Broncos get the road win in something of a dogfight.
Pick: Denver 27 Philadelphia 21
Patriots (-3) at Broncos
Analysis: The Broncos may be playing at home, but they simply won;t have enough offensive firepower to keep up with Tom Brady and the reigning Super Bowl champs despite being at home in this Week 10 affair. Brady and the Pats get the road win and super narrow ATS cover.
Pick: New England 24 Denver 17
Broncos at Dolphins (-1)
Analysis: Maybe it’s me, but I’m thinking Denver’s voracious defense will force Miami’s Ryan Tannehill into a three-interception game en route to the emphatic road win and easy ATS cover. Despite Miami’s solid 10-6 campaign in 2016, I still don’t believe in Tannehill very much and neither should Fins fans everywhere.
Pick: Denver 21 Miami 17