2020 Denver Broncos Betting Odds

For the first time in five years, the Denver Broncos have hope. Their fans also have the ability to bet on the NFL.

It also so happens this is the first time in five years the Broncos have a quarterback. At least it appears Drew Lock is” the guy.” Will he lead this proud franchise back to the NFL playoffs and make good on one of the three goals longtime owner Pat Bowlen had for the Broncos — to win a Super Bowl? Or is Lock more fool’s gold?

Here’s your 2020 Broncos betting guide.

What are the odds on the next Broncos game?

The Broncos just played a game, in the NFL, with none of their quarterbacks eligible to play. It went about as you would expect with the New Orleans Saints winning 31-3. Up next is Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. Here are the current odds:

Week 13 Broncos @ Chiefs betting preview

There’s not much to say after Denver’s game against the Saints. When you have a practice squad receiver as your primary quarterback? Massive props to Kendall Hinton. Now the Broncos turn their attention to a division rival they’ve lost to 10-straight times. Hopefully one of the QBs can play this weekend. Even if Lock does play, the odds aren’t in Denver’s favor as Mahomes and Kansas City is a machine. But stranger things have happened, and it is 2020.

Broncos @ Chiefs weather forecast

Denver never fares well at Arrowhead Stadium in December. At least the weather shouldn’t be an issue come Sunday. Check the weather and consider the environment before placing your bets:


Current Broncos futures odds

Here’s a look at the current odds for Denver to win the Super Bowl, AFC and AFC West at some of the top CO betting apps:

Current Super Bowl odds

Here is a look at the current top contenders to win the Super Bowl as well as where the Broncos’ chances stand:

Broncos 2020 roster guide

Key additions

  • Cornerback A.J. Bouye
  • Defensive tackle Jurrell Casey
  • Guard Graham Glasgow
  • Running back Melvin Gordon

Key 2020 NFL draft picks

  • Receiver Jerry Jeudy
  • Receiver KJ Hamler
  • Center Lloyd Cushenberry

Key losses

  • Cornerback Chris Harris Jr.
  • Center Connor McGovern
  • Defensive end Derek Wolfe
  • Linebacker Todd Davis

Key in-season losses

  • Tackle Ja’Wuan James (opt-out)
  • Defensive tackle Kyle Peko (opt-out)
  • Tight end Austin Fort (knee)
  • Linebacker Justin Strnad (wrist injury)
  • Linebacker Von Miller (ankle)
  • Receiver Courtland Sutton (knee)
  • Defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (arm)
  • Defensive tackle Mike Purcell (lisfranc)
  • Tight end Jake Butt (hamstring)
  • Tight end Albert Okwuegbunam (ACL)
  • Defensive end Shelby Harris (COVID-19)
  • Linebacker Joesph Jones (calf)

Looking back at the 2019-20 Broncos season

The hope was quarterback Joe Flacco would prove to be an “elite” addition. It was just more fool’s gold for Broncos Country. Denver would use three quarterbacks over the course of the season, but it was the final five games that sparked excitement for the franchise and the fanbase.

Lock led the Broncos to a 4-1 record and the “Drew Train” officially left the station. Yet, despite using three quarterbacks, the Broncos still had a chance at the playoffs. In four games, Denver was on the short end and lost all four of them. Had just one of those losses played out differently, the Broncos could have been a playoff team.

The NFL never runs short of irony. First-year head coach Vic Fangio said at his introductory news conference that Denver would no longer suffer from “death by inches.” As fans look back, two words seem to define the 2019 Broncos: frustration and optimism.

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 schedule for 2020-21

There are some intriguing dates on the Broncos schedule this season. Among the biggest highlights are a trip to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers and a visit from the New Orleans Saints. Here’s a look at what’s on tap this season.

DateOpponentTimeTVBroncos Result
Mon. Sep. 14, 2020vs. Tennessee Titans10:10 p.m. ETESPN16-14 loss
Sun. Sep. 20, 2020at Pittsburgh Steelers1:00 p.m. ETCBS26-21 loss
Sun. Sep. 27, 2020vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers4:25 p.m. ETFOX28-10 loss
Thu. Oct. 1, 2020at New York Jets8:20 p.m. ETNFL37-28 win
Sun. Oct. 18, 2020at New England Patriots1:00 p.m. ETCBS18-12 win
Sun. Oct. 25, 2020vs. Kansas City Chiefs4:25 p.m. ETCBS43-16 loss
Sun. Nov. 1, 2020vs. Los Angeles Chargers4:05 p.m. ETCBS31-30 win
Sun. Nov. 8, 2020at Atlanta Falcons1:00 p.m. ETCBS34-27 loss
Sun. Nov. 15, 2020at Las Vegas Raiders4:05 p.m. ETCBS37-12 loss
Sun. Nov. 22, 2020vs. Miami Dolphins4:05 p.m. ETCBS20-13 win
Sun. Nov. 29, 2020vs. New Orleans Saints4:05 p.m. ETFOX
Sun. Dec. 6, 2020at Kansas City Chiefs8:20 p.m. ETNBC
Sun. Dec. 13, 2020at Carolina Panthers1:00 p.m. ETCBS
Sun. Dec. 20, 2020vs. Buffalo Bills4:30 p.m. ETTBD
Sun. Dec. 27, 2020at Los Angeles ChargersTBD TBD
Sun. Jan. 3, 2021vs. Las Vegas Raiders4:25 p.m. ETCBS

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