NFL Pro Football 2012 Denver Broncos Regular Season Win Odds

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The Denver Broncos in the 2011 season concluded regular season play with an overall mark of 8-8. It was good enough to win the AFC west by tiebreaker as the division was way down last season. The club won a playoff game but was demolished by New England 45-10 in an AFC divisional playoff game.

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The odds posted at Oddsmaker has the regular season win total for the Denver Broncos lined at 8 ½ wins with the over heavily favored by -165 odds with the take back on the under at +135 odds.

You have to credit Denver Broncos executive vice president John Elway. The easy thing to do after last year is to crown Tim Tebow the starting quarterback following the team’s AFC west divisional crown and a home playoff win against the Pittsburgh Steelers. But Timmy T completed just 46.5% of his passes a season ago. Tebow’s inefficiency as a quarterback would eventually cripple the Broncos in game situations where their defense was not playing at their best. The defense carried Denver last season and allowed Tebow to look ugly and win. Four time MVP Peyton Manning is signed as a free agent and looks to rebound after missing the entire 2011 season with a neck injury. Something to take note with when betting season totals is to look at the schedule. Peyton Manning will enter a new team with completely different personnel so landing on the same page early could be an issue for this Denver club. Making matters worse here is the AFC West must compete this season against the AFC South and NFC South. Five of the eight teams from these divisions were playoff teams in 2011. Denver will open with Pittsburgh and then travel to Atlanta in week two and host Houston in week three. After a home game in week four against Oakland the club travels in back to back weeks with road games at the New England Patriots and San Diego Chargers. They come off their bye week with a home game against the New Orleans Saints. The Broncos offensive line will be under pressure to protect Manning. Problem for Manning is he will need to have good timing with his receivers to get the ball out quickly to avoid hits. This was something mastered by Manning and his receiving corps playing at Indianapolis all those years.

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