The Denver Broncos are trying to make a good Case that the best NFL gambling sites should give them better odds. Quarterback-wise, the Broncos ended last season pretty much where they started. Stuck with Brock Osweiler. Mercifully, Osweiler left for the Miami Dolphins of his own volition. Also, they traded Trevor Siemian to the Minnesota Vikings. Curiously enough, they traded him in exchange for a 2019 fifth round draft pick. However, ironically enough, the Broncos still ended up with Minnesota’s former QB Case Keenum. The Denver Broncos signed Keenum to a two-year, $36 million deal. As a result, Keenum was reunited (and it feels so good) with head coach Vance Joseph. Joseph was the defensive backs coach when Keenum’s first played for the Texans.
2018 Denver Broncos best online sportsbooks odds
- Super Bowl LIII Odds to Win: +3300
- To win the AFC Championship: +1400
- To win the AFC West Division: +500
- Win totals: 7
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Keenum had a breakthrough season with the Vikes in 2017. He played 15 games of which he started 14. He finished with 3,547 passing yards, 22 touchdowns, seven picks, and a passer rating of 98.3 in 15 games and 14 starts. The Vikings posted a 13-3 record and won the NFC North Division. That’s good news for Denver, if Keenum can build on that success. But there is good news for Keenum as well. The Broncos’ offensive line is nothing about which to write home. Nevertheless, there is reason to believe this year will be better than the last. Jared Veldheer “allowed only 20 pressures though in his last 10 games in 2017 after allowing 19 in his first three,” says PFF. “That late-season play … could be the answer to the Broncos pass protection woes.”
2018 Denver Broncos regular season schedule
- Week 1 September 9 2:25 p.m. Seattle Seahawks Broncos Stadium at Mile High
- Week 2 September 16 2:25 p.m. Oakland Raiders Broncos Stadium at Mile High
- Week 3 September 23 11:00 a.m. Baltimore Ravens M&T Bank Stadium
- Week 4 October 1 6:15 p.m. Kansas City Chiefs Broncos Stadium at Mile High
- Week 5 October 7 11:00 a.m. New York Jets MetLife Stadium
- Week 6 October 14 2:05 p.m. Los Angeles Rams Broncos Stadium at Mile High
- Week 7 October 18 6:20 p.m. Arizona Cardinals University of Phoenix Stadium
- Week 8 October 28 11:00 a.m. Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium
- Week 9 November 4 2:05 p.m. Houston Texans Broncos Stadium at Mile High
- Week 10 Bye
- Week 11 November 18 2:05 p.m. Los Angeles Chargers StubHub Center
- Week 12 November 25 2:25 p.m. Pittsburgh Steelers Broncos Stadium at Mile High
- Week 13 December 2 11:00 a.m. Cincinnati Bengals Paul Brown Stadium
- Week 14 December 9 2:05 p.m. San Francisco 49ers Levi’s Stadium
- Week 15 December 15 TBD Cleveland Browns Broncos Stadium at Mile High
- Week 16 December 24 6:15 p.m. Oakland Raiders Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum
- Week 17 December 30 2:25 p.m. Los Angeles Chargers Broncos Stadium at Mile High
2018 Denver Broncos road schedule
At Baltimore Ravens. The Broncos are 1-5 in Baltimore since they started playing in 1996.
At New York Jets. Denver has not lost to the Jets in New York since 2002.
At Arizona Cardinals. The Broncos suffered their one and so far only loss in Arizona in 2010, a 13-43 blowout.
At Kansas City Chiefs. Denver was swept by the Chiefs in 2017, including a 19-29 loss in Kansas.
At Los Angeles Chargers. The Broncos split their 2017 series with the Chargers, including a 0-21 shutout in LA.
At Cincinnati Bengals. Denver last played the Bengals in Cinci in 2016, winning 29-17.
At San Francisco 49ers. The Broncos will return to San Fran for the first time since 2010, when they lost 16-24.
At Oakland Raiders. Broncos and Raiders split their 2017 series, including a Denver 14-21 loss in Oakland.