Broncos’ Super Bowl 55 odds have dropped after first wave of NFL free agency

RJ Sangosti, The Denver PostPhillip Lindsay (30) left, and Drew Lock (3) of the Denver Broncos take the field before playing the Oakland Raiders at Empower Field at Mile High on Dec. 29, 2019 in Denver.

Despite making a bevy of moves in the first week of NFL free agency, oddsmakers didn’t see much improvement in the Broncos. In fact, there was fall off.

Denver on Thursday was listed at 66-to-1 odds to win Super Bowl LV by Bovada and BetOnline, coming in 24th in the league by both companies. The Broncos had 50/1 after Super Bowl LIV.

In the AFC West race, Denver is tied for second with the Chargers (17/2) behind the Chiefs (1/5), according to Bovada. The Raiders bring up the rear at 12/1. The Broncos have 33/1 odds to win the AFC, ahead of just four teams.

The over-under for Denver’s wins total is 7.5.

— Joe Nguyen, The Denver Post

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