2021 Denver Broncos Odds

The winds of change have hit the Denver Broncos. The key question for bettors and fans now: Can the Broncos return to relevancy? Their fans also have the ability to bet on the NFL.

It was another disappointing season in the Mile High City, to say the least. Denver finished the 2020 regular season 5-11. With it, the Broncos have four-straight losing seasons and a playoff drought now at five seasons. To steal a phrase from the sports betting world, this is now a trend. The goal now is to get the franchise back to where bettors and fans hope, and that’s competing for Super Bowls. The quarterback pegged to do that in 2021 is Teddy Bridgewater. Bring on the regular season. Here’s a great promo for Broncos Country. BetMGM Special - Bet $10 Win $200 if Your Team Scores a TD (Please note the regular risk-free bet offer mentioned elsewhere in this review is not available in conjunction with this promotion) - To Claim Click This Link

This week’s Broncos Odds: Spread, Super Bowl, Props

The key to Broncos betting, and sports betting in general, is to shop the sportsbooks. Here are the best available Broncos odds for this week’s game. Compare the odds posted at different sportsbooks plus current Broncos Super Bowl odds and selected player props. Click on any odds below to go directly to the sportsbook, claim your bonus and start getting your Broncos bets in.

This week’s Broncos spread


Jerry Jeudy Odds

Broncos Super Bowl, AFC odds


Javonte Williams Odds

Teddy Bridgewater Odds


Courtland Sutton Odds

Week 14: Detroit Lions at Broncos

If you were curious whether the Broncos were ready for prime time, bettors and fans got their resounding answer on Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs. Denver’s offense and special teams completely wasted a great showing by the defense in a 22-9 loss. And now the Broncos face a Detroit team that just wasted victory for the first time this season. Based on how this season has gone, does anyone have any faith in this Denver team? For Denver to keep its slim playoff hopes alive, this is a must-win. The Broncos will do so as the huge -point favorite. Can Denver keep its season alive?

Broncos injuries

  • Calvin Anderson knee (placed on short-term IR, will be out three-five weeks)
  • Bryce Callahan knee (short-term IR, the decision on his status could come soon. Knee is progressing well)
  • Graham Glasgow leg (out indefinitely)
  • Melvin Gordon shoulder/hip (should practice at some point prior to Sunday’s game vs Detroit)
  • KJ Hamler ACL (season-ending IR)
  • Josey Jewell pec (season-ending IR)
  • Alexander Johnson pec (season-ending IR)
  • Austin Schlottmann reserve/COVID-19 list

Lions at Broncos weather

One of the factors that Broncos bettors may look at before placing their wagers is the weather; especially when it comes to the over/under. The weather is always an X-factor, especially late in the season. Check the weather and have a jacket ready.


Denver Broncos schedule for 2021-22

There are some intriguing dates on the Broncos schedule this season. The Broncos should get off to a fast start, but they may need it with how the schedule ends. The good news is Denver has a Week 11 bye. As for the preseason, the Broncos only have three games.

Denver Broncos preseason schedule

Week 1 (Aug. 14): at Minnesota Vikings — Broncos 33-6

Week 2 (Aug. 21): at Seattle Seahawks  — Broncos 30-3

Week 3 (Aug. 28): vs Los Angeles Rams — Broncos 17-12

Here’s a breakdown of the regular season schedule with game odds.

Week Date Opponent Current Broncos oddsTime (MT)TVOpening spread at DraftKings Game outcome
19/12/2021at New York GiantsNo longer available 2:25 p.m. Fox Point spread: Broncos -1.5Broncos win 27-13
29/19/2021 at Jacksonville Jaguars No longer available 11 a.m. CBS
Point spread: Broncos -2.5Broncos win 23-13
39/26/2021 vs New York Jets No longer available 2:05 p.m. CBS
Point spread: Broncos -5.5Broncos win 26-0
410/3/2021 vs Baltimore Ravens No longer available 2:25 p.m. CBSPoint spread: Broncos +3Broncos loss 23-7
510/10/2021 at Pittsburgh Steelers Point spread: Broncos
Moneyline: Broncos
11 a.m. FoxPoint spread: Broncos +4.5Broncos loss 27-19
610/17/2021 vs Las Vegas Raiders Point spread: Broncos
2:25 p.m. CBSPoint spread: Broncos -3.5Broncos loss 34-24
710/21/2021 at Cleveland Browns (TNF) Point spread: Broncos
6:20 p.m. Fox/NFL Network/Amazon Point spread: Broncos +7Broncos loss 17-14
810/31/2021 vs Washington Football Team Point spread: Broncos
2:25 p.m. Fox Point spread: Broncos -3Broncos win 17-10
911/7/2021 at Dallas Cowboys Point spread: Broncos
11 a.m. Fox Point spread: Broncos +4.5Broncos win 30-16
10 11/14/2021 vs Philadelphia Eagles Point spread: Broncos
2:25 p.m. CBSPoint spread: Broncos -5.5 Broncos loss 30-13
11 11/21/2021Bye
12 11/28/2021 vs Los Angeles Chargers Point spread: Broncos
2:05 p.m. CBSPoint spread: Broncos -2.5Broncos win 28-13
1312/5/2021 at Kansas City Chiefs Point spread: Broncos
Flexed to 6:20 p.m.NBCPoint spread: Broncos +9.5Broncos loss 22-9
1412/12/2021 vs Detroit Lions Point spread: Broncos
2:05 p.m. Fox Point spread: Broncos -7.5
15 12/19/2021 vs Cincinnati Bengals Point spread: Broncos n/a
Over/under: n/a
Moneyline: n/a
2:05 p.m. CBSPoint spread: Broncos -5.5
1612/26/2021 at Las Vegas Raiders Point spread: Broncos n/a
Over/under: n/a
Moneyline: n/a
2:25 p.m CBSPoint spread: Broncos -2.5
171/2/2022 at Los Angeles Chargers Point spread: Broncos n/a
Over/under: n/a
Moneyline: n/a
2:05 p.m. CBSPoint spread: Broncos +3
181/9/2022 vs Kansas City Chiefs Odds n/a2:25 p.m. CBS

The radio broadcast of Broncos games can also be found on TuneIn radio, which can be accessed online or via a mobile device.

Where to stream or listen to Bronco games live

You won’t have any trouble finding the Broncos game on the tube. The NFL has ironclad broadcasting deals in place for all windows of the weekly schedule. Fox and NFL Network handle Thursday nights, NBC does Sunday night, and ESPN has Monday Night Football.

For the main Sunday afternoon slate of games, it’s a tag-team effort for CBS and Fox. The former handles the AFC, while the latter takes care of the NFC. The majority of the Broncos games in the coming season can be found on the CBS package.

Each of the NFL’s broadcasting partners can be found in cable, satellite, and streaming packages. There’s also coverage via the app or online presence for the outlet broadcasting the game, but note that valid provider login credentials will be needed. Also, Yahoo Sports provides streams of the games in your area.

DirecTV has the full Sunday Ticket package, which covers all of the afternoon contests, while NFL RedZone provides coverage of all games in highlight-reel fashion. In short, you have plenty of different options for your viewing pleasure.

For games on the main broadcast networks, you’ll be able to catch the action on the nearest local affiliate. Here’s a list of all of those in the CO area for your reference.

  • CBS Affiliates – Colorado
    • KKTV 11 – Colorado Springs
    • KCNC 4 – Denver
    • KREZ 6 – Durango
    • KREX 5 – Grand Junction
    • KREY 10 – Montrose
  • FOX Affiliates – Colorado
    • KXRM 21 – Colorado Springs
    • KDVR 31 – Denver
    • KRQE 2 – Durango
    • KFCT 22 – Fort Collins
    • KFQX 4 – Grand Junction
  • NBC Affiliates – Colorado
    • KUSA 9 – Denver
    • KKCO 11 – Grand Junction
    • KOAA 5 – Pueblo

On the radio side, KOA NewsRadio serves as the flagship home for Broncos games. Dave Logan handles play-by-play, while Rick Lewis takes care of color commentary. The audio feed is picked up by numerous outlets across the state.

  • Alamosa – KALQ 93.5 FM
  • Aspen – KNFO 106.1 FM
  • Breckenridge – KSMT 102.1 FM
  • Buena Vista – KBVC 104.1 FM
  • Burlington – KNAB 1140 AM and 104.1 FM
  • Canon City – KSTY 104.5 FM
  • Colorado Springs – KBPL 107.9 FM
  • Craig – KRAI 550 AM
  • Durango – KRSJ 100.5 FM
  • Fort Collins – KCOL 600 AM
  • Fort Morgan – KSIR 1010 AM
  • Glenwood Springs – KMTS 99.1 FM
  • Grand Junction – KSTR 96.1 FM
  • Gunnison – KPKE 1490 FM
  • Lamar – KVAY 105.7 FM
  • Pagosa Springs – KWUF 1400 AM
  • Pueblo – KCCY 1350 AM
  • Rifle – KNAM 1490 AM
  • Salida – KVRH 1340 AM
  • Steamboat Springs – KQZR 107.3 FM
  • Sterling – KMPX 105.7 FM
  • Trinidad – KBKZ 92.5 FM
  • Trinidad – KBKZ 1240 AM
  • Vail – KSKE 101.7 FM
  • Walsenburg – KSPK 102.3 FM
  • Winter Park/Granby – KRKY 930 AM
  • Wray – KRDZ 1440 AM

Denver Broncos 2021 NFL Draft picks

First round

  • Patrick Surtain II Alabama cornerback with the No. 9 pick.

Second round

  • Javonte Williams running back North Carolina with the No. 35 pick

Third round

  • Quinn Meinerz offensive lineman Wisconsin-Whitewater with the No. 98 pick
  • Baron Browning linebacker Ohio State with the No. 105 pick

Fifth round

  • Caden Sterns safety Texas with the No. 152 pick
  • Jamar Johnson safety Indiana with the No. 164 pick

Sixth round

  • Seth Williams receiver Auburn with the No. 219 pick

Seventh round

  • Kary Vincent cornberback LSU with the No. 237 pick
  • Jonathon Cooper linebacker Ohio State with the No. 239 pick
  • Marquiss Spencer defensive end Mississippi State with the No. 253 pick

Denver Broncos 2021 offseason tracker

Here is what the Broncos have done so far in the offseason:

July 26

  • Ian Rapoport with the NFL Network reported that Rodgers has indicated to people close to him that he does plan play for Green Bay this season.

June 9

  • Former Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is inducted in the Broncos’ Ring of Fame. He becomes the 35th member of the Ring of Fame.

June 7

  • Broncos head athletic trainer Steve “Greek” Antonopulos retired after 45 years with the organization.
  • Ja’Wuan James files a grievance seeking $15 million, hints at possible collusion between the NFL and the Broncos.

May 18

  • The Broncos waive receiver DaeSean Hamilton with non-football injury designation following ACL tear.

May 14

  • The Broncos release Ja’Wuan James, void the remainder of his salary following the Achilles injury.

May 13

  • The Broncos signed free agent right tackle Cameron Fleming.

May 12

  • The Broncos signed free agent right tackle Bobbie Massie to a one-year deal.

May 4

  • Ja’Wuan James tore his Achilles and is (likely) done for the season. The Broncos are now on the hunt for a free agent right tackle.

April 28

  • Aaron Rodgers rumors to the Broncos sent Broncos Country and the media into pandemonium. In the process, the sportsbooks adjusted the odds just off those rumors. Denver was as high as +6,600 to win the Super Bowl. The Broncos are now around +2,000 at most sportsbooks.
  • The Broncos traded a sixth-round pick to the Carolina Panthers for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.

April 7

  • The Broncos signed defensive end Shemar Stephen to a contract. As of now, the Broncos have $29.5 million (Top 51) in salary cap space.

March 23

  • The Broncos and safety Kareem Jackson agreed to a one-year deal.

March 20

  • The Broncos signed cornerback Kyle Fuller to one-year deal worth $9 million.

March 19

  • The Broncos and Justin Simmons reached agreement on a new four-year deal worth $61 million.
  • The Broncos will be converting the roster bonuses for kicker Brandon McManus and defense tackle Mike Purcell to signing bonuses. Here’s the kicker, according to McManus.

March 18

  • The Broncos and Phillip Lindsay agreed to mutually part ways. That makes the running back an unrestricted free agent.

March 17

  • The Broncos reached agreement with former Minnesota Vikings running back Mike Boone.

March 16

  • The Broncos picked up the team option on the contract for edge Von Miller.
  • The Broncos placed second-round tenders restricted on free agent linebacker Alexander Johnson and receiver Tim Patrick.

March 15

  • The Broncos signed defensive end Shelby Harris to a three-year deal, worth $27 million. The contract includes $15 million guaranteed.
  • The Broncos reached agreement with free agent cornerback Ronald Darby on a three-year, $30 million contract. The deal includes $19.5 million guaranteed. The contract was made official on March 17.
  • The Broncos declined to pick up the team option on the contract for safety Kareem Jackson.
  • The Broncos placed an original-round tender on restricted free agent running back Phillip Lindsay.

March 5

  • The Broncos placed the franchise tag on safety Justin Simmons. The tag on Simmons is worth $13.7 million.

Feb. 25

  • The Broncos released defensive tackle Jurrell Casey. The move will save $11.9 million in salary cap space for Denver. Casey was traded to the Broncos from the Tennessee Titans for a seventh-round pick in 2020.

Feb. 10

  • The Broncos released cornerback A.J. Bouye. The move will save $13.2 million in salary cap space for Denver. Bouye was traded to the Broncos from the Jacksonville Jaguars for a fourth-round pick in 2020.

Looking back at the 2020-21 Broncos season

Despite the hope this would be the season Denver busted the recent trend of losing seasons and not making the playoffs, it was yet more fool’s gold. Yes, the Broncos were ravaged by injuries, but the expectation is (and should be higher) for this franchise. Denver finishing 5-11 is unacceptable. And the fact the Broncos haven’t beat the Kansas City Chiefs since Week 2 of the 2015 season boggles the mind. Think about that: Patrick Mahomes has yet to lose to Denver. Until the Broncos close the gap on Mahomes and the Chiefs, the hope of competing for Super Bowls will become even more far fetched. On top of that, and perhaps even more problematic for the franchise as noted above, the question at quarterback is still present. The debate now in Broncos Country is whether Lock is the answer. Some say run it back with him in 2021. Others want Denver to move on with Bridgewater. We’re about to get our answer.