NFL Pro Football 2015 Denver Broncos Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2014 Denver Broncos concluded play in the regular season with a mark of 12-4 and were AFC West champions. Their earned a bye in the wildcard round of the playoffs. In the AFC Divisional round the Broncos hosted the Indianapolis Colts and lost 24-13 as a -9 ½ point favorite.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the Denver Broncos lined to win 10 ½ games with both over and under the total of 10 ½ wins returning -115 odds.

39 year old Peyton Manning returns under center for the Broncos as he enters his 13th season with the club. During the regular season last year the veteran quarterback hit on 66% of his throws for 4727 yards with 39 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. There was some major concern for Manning’s health in the playoff loss as well as done the stretch during the regular season. Manning had difficulty connecting on passes downfield as his arm strength appeared to be weakening. With another early exit in the playoffs the Broncos replaced head coach John Fox with former Houston Texan head coach Gary Kubiak. Fox has had issues with his health last year. Kubiak was a former offensive coordinator with the Broncos and is close to Broncos executive John Elway. The regular season numbers appeared good on paper for Denver. They were fourth in total yards with 403 yards gained per game. They put up 30 points per contest good for second best in Major League Baseball. Defensively Denver sat third in total defense by holding opponents to 305 yards per game. Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders figure to start out wide for the Broncos. Thomas was a favorite target of Manning catching 111 passes for 1619 yards and 11 touchdowns. Peyton Manning is signed through next year and the quarterback of the future is in question for the franchise. With Manning’s downfield strength declining and a clouded future for the Denver quarterback future in 2017 the club had trouble luring playmakers in the passing game during the offseason in free agency to add depth. The Broncos got good production on the ground from running back C.J. Anderson who rushed for 849 yards and 4.7 yards per carry average last year as the second year back made the most of his opportunity after having only seven carries in 2013.

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