Is the Lombardi Trophy coming back to Denver soon? Confidence in the Broncos’ chances is waning, according to sportsbooks.
Despite improving to 1-1 in a 16-9 win over the Texans on Sunday, Denver’s odds took a slight hit going into Week 3 and are a decent drop-off from their preseason numbers.
MaximBet gives the Broncos the worst odds of six sites surveyed at +3,200 — meaning a $100 bet would win $3,200 — to win the championship. Prior to the start of the year, Denver had +1,500 odds from the sportsbook.
SI Sportsbook has the best odds at +2,000, followed by BetMGM (+2,200), Caesars Sportsbook (+2,200), Fanduel Sportsbook (+2,300) and DraftKings Sportsbook (+2,500). Entering Week 1, Denver’s odds ranged from +1,500 to +1,800 among the oddsmakers.
The Bills are the universal favorites with odds ranging from +400 to +450.
Here’s a look at some current odds in the world of sports:
The odds the Broncos will win Super Bowl LVII, according to MaximBet. They have the 12th-best odds in the NFL.
The odds Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge will win the Triple Crown title, according to Fanduel Sportsbook.
The odds the Avalanche will repeat as Stanley Cup champions in the 2022-23 season, according to BetMGM. Colorado has the best odds, followed by Toronto (+800), Florida (+900) and Carolina (+1,000).
The odds Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett will win the coach of the year award, according to DraftKings Sportsbook. He is tied with Panthers’ Matt Rhule for the worst odds of the 32 coaches listed.
The odds the Dodgers will win the World Series, according to SI Sportsbook. They have the best odds, followed by the Astros (+350), Yankees (+400) and Mets (+500).
The over-under for total regular-season wins for the Nuggets this upcoming season, according to Caesars Sportsbook.
Source:: The Denver Post – Sports