NFL Pro Football 2017 Denver Broncos Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The 2016 Denver Broncos finished with a mark of 9-7 and failed to make the playoffs. The defending Super Bowl Champion saw their starting quarterback Peyton Manning retire following their Super Bowl victory. The defense struggled against the run and offensively the team was 27th ranked in the league.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the Denver Broncos lined at 8 ½ wins with the under favored by -140 odds with the over the total lined at +110 odds.

The team had three fewer regular season wins in 2016 than in their Super Bowl year. Though Peyton Manning had declined in his efficiency his experience under center in calling blocking assignments and calling plays at the line of scrimmage was missing mightily. Coach Kubiak resigned at seasons end due to health concerns and Vance Joseph is the new head coach of the Denver Broncos. He comes over from the Miami Dolphins where he served as defensive coordinator. There are questions at the quarterback position for the team. The bulk of the snaps were taken by Trevor Siemian. He is a third year man out of Northwestern who was selected in the seventh round of the draft in 2015. Their top pick Paxton Lynch saw action in only three games last year. Siemian a year ago completed 59.5% of his passes for 18 touchdowns and 10 picks. In his final four games of the regular season, Siemian could only complete three touchdowns passes as the team finished 1-3 and out of the playoffs. He was under center when the team opened with a 4-0 record but they went 4-6 with him in his next ten starts. Denver looking for more from their run game signed Jamaal Charles in the offseason out of Kansas City. Charles can also help with catches out of the backfield. Charles has had issues staying healthy during his NFL career. Their top pick in the 2017 draft was offensive tackle Garrett Bolles out of Utah. They then drafted DeMarcus Walker, a defensive end out of Florida St.

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