NFL Pro Football 2020 Draft Odds Teams 1st Selection: Denver Broncos

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The NFL draft is fast approaching to the satisfaction of sports bettors and fans worldwide. A look at the betting odds of the Denver Broncos first pick of the draft being on offense or defense.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has Denver Broncos favored by -300 odds to select an offensive player first with a defensive player the underdog at +220 odds.

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Denver concluded play in 2019 with a 7-9 record tied with the Las Vegas Raiders for second place in the AFC West. Team struggled on offense sitting 28th in the NFL in yardage and points scored. Broncos sat in the upper third in the league in yards and points allowed. The free agent signing of Joe Flacco did not work as the veteran lacked of mobility resulted in too many stalled drives. They were 30th and third last converting third downs. Rookie Drew Lock looks to start at quarterback as the team went 4-1 in the games he started last season.

Broncos will make the 15th pick in this draft. They are in the need for a wide receiver playmaker in the passing game to aid their young quarterback. There is a possibility that the fourth best receiving prospect will be available to the Broncos with pick fifteen. Mock draft experts have Justin Jefferson, a wide out from LSU going to Denver. He put up monster numbers in his final season at LSU with 111 catches with 18 touchdowns and 13.9 yards per reception. Scouts like his route running and courage to go across the middle. They would like him to get stronger to battle off defenders firing off the line of scrimmage.

Going with defense with the first pick is rated as a longshot in the betting odds. Denver needs a cornerback. There is a possibility that the best four wide receivers will be selected before the Broncos pick at fifteen. If that is the case, Denver could be looking at a decision. Should the Broncos draft the second best corner or fifth best receiver with their first pick. Experts believe there is a huge drop off in quality in receivers when you go from the best four prospects to the fifth prospect. That would open the possibility of Denver drafting Florida corner CJ Henderson.

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