Denver Broncos Odds

8 – 9 – 0
Broncos 2023 season stats
RANKING 3rd IN THE AFC WEST
OFFENSIVE RANK 26th YARDS PER GAME YPG
DEFFENSIVE RANK 30th YARDS PER GAME YPG
POINT DIFFERENTIAL -56 POINTS

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The Denver Broncos are currently at to win the 2025 Super Bowl. Denver finished the 2023-24 season with an 8-9 record after a surge late in the season that brought victories over the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, among others. The team lost three of its last four amid a contract controversy involving QB Russell Wilson.

Read on for more information on 2025 Super Bowl odds, plus full Broncos betting lines and angles headed into next season.

Denver odds: Spread, moneyline, and over/under

We’ll have full Broncos odds once the NFL releases the schedule for the upcoming season in the coming weeks.

Denver Broncos Week 1 odds

Once next season’s schedule is available, we’ll get a look at the Week 1 matchup for the Broncos. The team finished last season on a down note, dropping to third in the AFC West after at one point reeling off five wins in a row. The team is expected to part ways with QB Russell Wilson and could be looking for a QB in the 2024 NFL draft.

Broncos player props this week

Broncos player props for the team’s next game will appear in the table below as they become available.

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Denver Broncos odds to win the Super Bowl

Last updated: April 2024

At the initial release of odds on Super Bowl 59, the Broncos found themselves in the lower half of the league. However, Denver is still higher up on the odds board than it was at the start of last season. Those odds could change after the upcoming 2024 NFL draft, where the Broncos will have the 12th pick.

Denver Broncos futures odds for 2024-25

In addition to wagering on the winner of the 2025 Super Bowl, bettors can choose from multiple other NFL futures. Here’s a look at the latest Broncos futures odds for the upcoming season.

2024 Broncos Player Stats

Last Updated on 04.04.2024
Player GP Games Played CMP% Completion Percentage YDS Passing Yards YDS/G Yards Per Game YDS/C Yards Per Completion TDS Passing Touchdowns INT Interceptions thrown RTG Passer Rating
Player GP Games Played INT Interceptions PD Passes Defended FF Fumbles Forced FR Fumbles Recovered SACK QB Sacks TOT Total Tackles SOLO Solo Tackles AST Assisted Tackles

Denver Broncos Injuries

Player Pos Position Injury Status Snaps/g Snaps Per Game Comment
Eyioma Uwazurike DL Suspension Out 0 Uwazurike has been suspended indefinitely due to violating the league’s gambling policy.
Delarrin Turner-Yell S Knee Out 0 Turner-Yell is recovering from a torn ACL and is expected to miss the start of the 2024-25 season.

Broncos 2023-24 schedule

Upcoming games

No season schedule data available.

Denver Broncos draft picks

The Broncos will have the 12th overall pick in the first round of the 2024 draft. The team’s first selection in the 2023 NFL draft was Oklahoma WR Marvin Mims in round two. The club had a pair of selections in round three and chose LB Drew Sanders of Arkansas and CB Riley Moss from Iowa. Denver closed out the draft by selecting Boise State S JL Skinner in round six and Oregon C Alex Forsyth in the seventh round.

Other NFL teams

American Football Conference

Buffalo Bills

AFC East 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

Miami Dolphins

AFC East 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

New York Jets

AFC East 7 – 10 – 0 Season Complete

New England Patriots

AFC East 4 – 13 – 0 Season Complete

Baltimore Ravens

AFC North 13 – 4 – 0 Season Complete

Cleveland Browns

AFC North 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

Pittsburgh Steelers

AFC North 10 – 7 – 0 Season Complete

Cincinnati Bengals

AFC North 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Houston Texans

AFC South 10 – 7 – 0 Season Complete

Jacksonville Jaguars

AFC South 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Indianapolis Colts

AFC South 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Tennessee Titans

AFC South 6 – 11 – 0 Season Complete

Kansas City Chiefs

AFC West 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

Las Vegas Raiders

AFC West 8 – 9 – 0 Season Complete

Denver Broncos

AFC West 8 – 9 – 0 Season Complete

Los Angeles Chargers

AFC West 5 – 12 – 0 Season Complete

National Football Conference

Dallas Cowboys

NFC East 12 – 5 – 0 Season Complete

Philadelphia Eagles

NFC East 11 – 6 – 0 Season Complete

New York Giants

NFC East 6 – 11 – 0 Season Complete

Washington Commanders

NFC East 4 – 13 – 0 Season Complete

Detroit Lions

NFC North 12 – 5 – 0 Season Complete

Green Bay Packers

NFC North 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Minnesota Vikings

NFC North 7 – 10 – 0 Season Complete

Chicago Bears

NFC North 7 – 10 – 0 Season Complete

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

NFC South 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

New Orleans Saints

NFC South 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Atlanta Falcons

NFC South 7 – 10 – 0 Season Complete

Carolina Panthers

NFC South 2 – 15 – 0 Season Complete

San Francisco 49ers

NFC West 12 – 5 – 0 Season Complete

Los Angeles Rams

NFC West 10 – 7 – 0 Season Complete

Seattle Seahawks

NFC West 9 – 8 – 0 Season Complete

Arizona Cardinals

NFC West 4 – 13 – 0 Season Complete

Denver Broncos FAQ

Can the Broncos win the Super Bowl this season?  

Most sportsbooks have the Broncos as long shots to win the 2025 Super Bowl, with odds in the lower half of the league odds board.

How did the Broncos do against the spread last season?  

The Broncos were 6-10-1 against the spread last season. Denver closed out the year 8-9 on the over/under.

Whom did the Broncos add and lose during the offseason?  

The Broncos made a number of moves at the start of free agency, including the signings of OG Ben Powers and OT Mike McGlinchey. The club also signed DE Zach Allen. Players who are moving on from Denver include DL Dre’mont Jones. At the NFL draft, the club’s first selection was Marvin Mims in round two.

Who is the Broncos’ starting QB?

Russell Wilson began the season under center but was benched late in the year during a contract dispute. Jarrett Stidham finished the year as QB1, but the team may look to scoop up a quarterback in this year’s draft.