Denver Broncos Odds

The Denver Broncos added quarterback Russell Wilson ahead of the 2022 season. Instead of riding high, though, the Broncos faltered to a season poor enough to merit the firing of first-year head coach Nathaniel Hackett.

In his place going into the 2023 campaign is Super Bowl-winning head coach Sean Payton. As such, NFL betting enthusiasm may very well be on the way once again. Here’s everything you need to know about the Broncos odds for the coming season.

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

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Russell Wilson odds


Broncos schedule for 2022-23

With the trade for QB Russell Wilson, the Broncos also acquired some significant national appeal.

The Orange and Blue drew a maximum five prime-time games this coming season. And those don’t include the Week 8 game in London against the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Week 16 Christmas Day contest in Los Angeles against the reigning Super Bowl champion Rams.

It all starts for real Sept. 12 with Wilson’s return to Seattle face his former team on Monday Night Football.

Denver Broncos preseason schedule

Sat. Aug. 13: vs. Dallas Cowboys, Broncos won 17-7

Sat., Aug. 20: at Buffalo Bills, Broncos lost 42-15

Sat. Aug. 27: vs. Minnesota Vikings, Broncos won 23-13

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

Week Date Opponent Broncos value spreadTime (MT)TVOpening DraftKings pointspread Game outcome
19/12/2022at Seattle Seahawks6:15 p.m. ABC/ESPNBroncos -4Seahawks 17-16
29/18/2022 Houston Texans 2:25 p.m.CBS
Broncos -10Broncos 16-9
39/25/2022 San Francisco 49ers6:20 p.m.NBC
Broncos -2.5TBD
410/2/2022 at Las Vegas Raiders 2:25 p.m. CBSPKTBD
510/6/2022 Indianapolis Colts6:15 p.m.Amazon PrimeBroncos -3TBD
610/17/2022 at L.A. Chargers 6:15 p.m. ESPNChargers -3TBD
710/23/2022 New York Jets2:05 p.m.CBS Broncos -7TBD
810/30/2022 vs. J'ville Jaguars (London) 7:30 a.m.ESPN PlusBroncos -6.5TBD
911/6/2022 Bye
10 11/13/2022 at Tennessee Titans 11 a.m.CBSPKTBD
11 11/20/2022Las Vegas Raiders2:05 p.m.FOXBroncos -3TBD
12 11/27/2022 at Carolina Panthers 11 a.m.FOXBroncos -4TBD
1312/4/2022 at Baltimore Ravens 11 a.m.CBSRavens -1.5TBD
1412/11/2022 Kansas City Chiefs 6:20 p.m.NBCPKTBD
15 12/18/2022 Arizona Cardinals 2:05 p.m. FOXBroncos -4TBD
1612/25/2022 at L.A. Rams 2:30 p.m CBS / NICKRams -3.5TBD
171/1/2023at Kansas City Chiefs 11 a.m.CBSChiefs -4.5TBD
181/7 or 1/8/2023 L.A. ChargersTBDTBDPKTBD

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 2022 NFL Draft picks

Second round

  • LB/Edge Nik Bonitto, Oklahoma (No. 64 overall)

Third round

  • TE Greg Dulcich, UCLA (No. 80 overall)

Fourth round

  • CB Damarri Mathis, Pittsburgh (No. 115 overall)
  • DE Eyioma Uwazurike, Iowa State (No. 116 overall)

Fifth round

  • S Delarrin Turner-Yell, Oklahoma (No. 152 overall)
  • WR Montrell Washington, Samford (No. 162 overall)
  • C Luke Wattenberg, Washington (No. 171 overall)

Sixth round

  • DE Matt Henningsen, Wisconsin (No. 206 overall)

Seventh round

  • CB Faion Hicks, Wisconsin (No. 232 overall)

Broncos 2022 offseason tracker

Heading into one of the most pivotal offseasons in franchise history, Paton and the Broncos will look to make the moves that will return the team to contention and relevancy. Every move, report and rumor that involves Denver, we’ll keep track of it right here, so bookmark the page and keep checking in for the latest news.

May 16

  • The Broncos re-signed OG Zack Johnson and waived CB Cortez Davis.

May 12

  • Denver announced it has waived LB Andre Mintze.

May 11

  • According to a 9News report, the Broncos hired Minnesota Vikings director of pro scouting Reed Burckhardt as their new director of player personnel.

May 4

  • The Broncos announce they’ve re-signed TE Eric Saubert to a one-year contract.

April 30

  • Following the conclusion of the seven-round draft, the Broncos signed 13 undrafted free agents. The (alphabetical) list: LB Christopher Allen (Alabama), CB Cortez Davis (Hawaii), WR Kaden Davis (Northwest Missouri State), OT Sebastian Gutierrez (Minot State), WR Brandon Johnson (Central Florida), RB Tyreik McAllister (Charleston), CB Ja’Quan McMillian (East Carolina) LB Kana’i Mauga (USC), OL Michael Niese (Temple), TE Dylan Parham (North Carolina State), WR/KR Jalen Virgil (Appalachian State), TE Rodney Williams (Tennessee-Martin), LB Kadofi Wright (Buffalo).

April 27

  • Veteran free agent running back Melvin Gordon agreed to terms on a one-year, $2.5 million deal to return for his third season with the Broncos.
  • Free agent CB Bless Austin, CB Donnie Lewis Jr. and WR Trey Quinn signed with Denver after working out with the team during its voluntary veteran minicamp earlier in the week.

April 11

  • LB Malik Reed, QB Brett Rypien and S P.J. Locke signed their exclusive-rights free agency tenders to remain with the Broncos.

April 7

  • Veteran safety Kareem Jackson re-signed with the Broncos, agreeing to a reported one-year, $5 million contract.

March 28

  • The Broncos announced the signing of free agent offensive tackle Billy Turner (Packers) to a one-year contract.

March 22

  • Free agent CB K’Waun Williams (49ers) agreed to terms with the Broncos, landing a reported two-year, $7 million contract.

March 21

  • The Broncos agreed to terms with free agent safety J.R. Reed (Giants) on a one-year deal.

March 18

  • Free agent linebacker Alex Singleton agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Broncos.
  • Free agent quarterback Josh Johnson (Ravens) agreed to a one-year contract with the team, joining Russell Wilson and Brett Rypien in the team’s QB room.
  • Free agent defensive lineman DeShawn Williams re-signed with the team, receiving a one-year deal.

March 16

  • New Broncos QB Russell Wilson was officially introduced at a news conference at the team’s Dove Valley headquarters.
  • Denver agreed to terms on an undisclosed deal with free agent offensive lineman Tom Compton (49ers).

March 15

  • The Broncos continued to focus on defense by agreeing to terms with free agent DE/LB Randy Gregory (Cowboys) on a five-year contract worth a reported $70 million and re-signing LB Josey Jewell to a two-year deal.
  • Free agent tight end Eric Tomlinson (Ravens) agreed to terms with the Broncos on a one-year contract.

March 14

  • In a move to beef up the defensive line following the trade of Shelby Harris, the Broncos agreed to terms with free agent defensive tackle D.J. Jones (49ers) on a reported three-year, $30 million deal.
  • The Broncos agreed to terms with free agent offensive guard Ben Braden (Packers) on a one-year contract.
  • Denver re-signed free agent fullback/tight end Andrew Beck to a one-year contract.
  • Free agent offensive tackle Calvin Anderson signed a one-year contract to remain with the team.

March 8

  • In one of the most notable trades in league history, the Broncos acquired nine-time Pro Bowl QB Russell Wilson and a fourth-round draft pick from the Seattle Seahawks. In exchange, the Broncos are sending QB Drew Lock, tight end Noah Fant and defensive lineman Shelby Harris to Seattle  along with two first-round draft picks, two second-round picks and a fifth-round selection.

Feb. 17

  •  The Broncos officially announced the hirings of Ejiro Evero as defensive coordinator, Dwayne Stukes as special teams coordinator and Marcus Dixon as defensive line coach. All three coaches are coming over from the staff of the 2021 Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams.

Feb. 16

  • The Broncos announced they have filled out their 2022 offensive coaching staff with the hiring of Tyrone Wheatley as running backs coach. Wheatley spent the last three seasons as Morgan State’s head coach.

Feb. 15

  • The team announced the hirings of three coaches: Ola Adams as assistant defensive backs coach, Derek Haithcock as assistant head coach and John Vieira as instructional designer.

Feb. 14

  • The Broncos officially announced seven additions to Nathaniel Hackett’s new coaching staff: Peter Hansen as linebackers coach, Bert Watts as outside linebackers coach, Jake Moreland as tight ends coach, Dom Capers as senior defensive assistant, Mike Mallory as assistant special teams coach, Ben Steele as assistant offensive line coach and Ramon Chinyoung as offensive quality control coach.

Feb. 8

  • The Broncos added Peter Hansen to their coaching staff as a linebackers coach, per a report. Hansen served as UNLV’s defensive coordinator from 2020-21.

Feb. 7

  • According to reports, the Broncos will retain wide receivers coach Zach Azzanni and offensive quality control coach Justin Rascati as part of Nathaniel Hackett’s inaugural staff.

Feb. 3

  • Broncos director of player personnel Darren Mougey was promoted to assistant general manager.

Feb. 2

  • New head coach Nathaniel Hackett is starting to fill out his staff with the hirings of Green Bay Packers tight ends coach Justin Outten as offensive coordinator, former Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Klint Kubiak as quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator and San Francisco 49ers assistant offensive line coach Butch Barry as offensive line coach.

Jan. 28

  • Nathaniel Hackett is officially introduced as the 18th head coach in Denver Broncos history. Hackett received a four-year contract.

Jan. 27

  • The Broncos announced they have hired Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett as their new head coach. The 42-year-old Hackett brings 13 years of NFL experience, including seven seasons as an offensive coordinator, to the position — his first as a head coach. Hackett reportedly is receiving a four-year contract.

Jan. 24

  • Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett flew to Denver on Monday for a second head coaching interview with the Broncos at their Dove Valley headquarters.

Jan. 21

  • The Broncos wrapped up their to-do list of 10 preliminary head coaching interviews with an in-person visit with Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy.

Jan. 20

  • The Broncos conducted a head coaching interview, via Zoom, with Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan.
  • Finishing a long day in California, the Broncos met in person with Los Angeles Rams offensive coordinator Kevin O’Connell as he became the ninth candidate to interview for the head coaching vacancy.

Jan. 19

  • The Broncos’ contingent headed east to conduct in-person interviews for their open head coach position with New England Patriots linebackers coach Jerod Mayo and Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon.

Jan. 18

  • The Broncos also completed an in-person interview in Dallas with Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.
  • The Broncos’ search for a head coach continued as they completed an in-person interview in Dallas with Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore.

Jan. 15

  • It was Day 2 in Green Bay, Wis., as the Broncos interviewed Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett.

Jan. 14

  • The head coaching search continued for the Broncos as they visited Green Bay, Wis. to interview Packers quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator Luke Getsy.

Jan. 13

  • The Broncos kicked off their prospective head coach interview schedule by visiting with Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn.

Jan. 11

  • The Broncos requested permission to interview Green Bay Packers quarterbacks coach/pass game coordinator Luke Getsy for head coach.
  • Graham Glasgow and the Broncos reworked the offensive lineman’s 2022 contract from $8.4 million to $3.1 million, with the opportunity to make $1.4 million back in play-time incentives.
  • The Broncos requested permission to interview Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Brian Callahan for head coach.

Jan. 10

  • The Broncos requested permission to interview New England Patriots linebackers coach Jerod Mayo for head coach.
  • The Broncos requested permission to interview Dallas Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn for head coach.
  • The Broncos requested permission to interview Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore for head coach.
  • The Broncos requested permission to interview Green Bay Packers offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett for head coach.
  • The Broncos requested permission to interview Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy for head coach.
  • The Broncos requested permission to interview Los Angeles Rams offensive coordinator Kevin O’Connell for head coach.
  • The Broncos requested permission to interview Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn for head coach.
  • The Broncos requested permission to interview Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon for head coach.

Jan. 9

  • Paton and the Broncos fired head coach Vic Fangio after three seasons. The search for the new head coach is underway.

Looking back at the 2021 Broncos season

Things looked promising after a 3-0 start, but the Broncos dropped their next four games.

Still, the Orange and Blue was back above .500 at 7-6 following a Week 14 home win over the Detroit Lions. However, another four-game skid followed and that ended the Broncos’ longest regular season in franchise history at 7-10.

It was the Denver’s fifth straight losing season and sixth straight without a postseason berth. Among the 32 NFL franchises, only the New York Jets (2010) have gone longer without a playoff appearance.

The Broncos did finish third in the league in points allowed (18.9 per game). But Denver’s ongoing offensive misery continued as the Broncos finished 23rd in points scored (19.7) — their seventh straight season ranking 19th or lower.

For the first time in years, the Broncos did not have a Pro Bowl selection.

And, in the end, it added up to the end of head coach Vic Fangio’s three-year tenure in the Mile High City as he was fired after a 19-30 (.388) run.