Denver Broncos Super Bowl Odds 2024: Latest Super Bowl 58 Futures

The current Super Bowl odds for the Denver Broncos are . It was the worst-case scenario for the Broncos in 2022 as they looked inept on the offensive side of the ball in Russell Wilson’s first year under center. This comes off the back of a major trade haul for the quarterback, giving up future draft capital for what was supposed to be a trade that made them an immediate contender. However, new head coach Sean Payton has this team trending int the right direction.

Denver Broncos Super Bowl Odds & Futures 2023-2024

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The Broncos want to pull off one of the more impressive quick turnarounds in league history, and they took a step in the right direction by hiring legendary coach Sean Payton. Payton has experience in turning around a poor unit into a contender, hopefully being able to build around Wilson and getting him back to his top-10 playing ways. Should they do so, then their current odds have them as an intriguing sleeper pick.

After a slow start to the season, the Broncos have turned things around as of late. Their improved defense has been a major key to their turnaround after a historically bad start to the year, while Wilson’s production has improved drastically from the 2022 season. Overall, this team could be on the cusp of making the playoffs for the first time since 2015.

Denver Broncos Super Bowl Odds Analysis

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It’s hard to put all the blame for 2022 on Wilson as this offense was doomed from the start. His offensive line suffered injuries early in the year which gave Wilson little to no time to let plays develop while in the pocket. This led to poor timing and inaccurate throws as well as very poor decision making as he was rushed throughout the course of the game. The Broncos remedied some of these issues in the offseason.

Still, Wilson has built a reputation on being able to play at an elite rate while scrambling during his time at Seattle as the Seahawks routinely fielded one of the worst offensive lines year in and year out. It was strange to see Wilson mightily regress, giving the fanbase little to no faith that he can turn it around under new head coach Sean Payton’s tutelage.

However, the Broncos have shown drastic improvement, especially as the offensive line has produced as one of the best in the NFL. That has allowed Wilson more time in the pocket and he has formed a strong connection with wide receivers Courtland Sutton and Jerry Jeudy. Sutton in particular has been a touchdown scoring machine for this offense.

The Broncos’ start to their season included embarrassing home losses to the Commanders and Jets, but they’ve now played at a league average defensive DVOA rate in the past few weeks. This is a drastic increase from their dead last metric for the season as a whole, yet those numbers are a tad skewed from their walloping from the Dolphins. Overall, though, this is starting to look like the awesome defense we saw last year.

That makes the Broncos current Super Bowl odds very intriguing as they are firmly in the mix for a wild card spot. Their division hopes look bleak as the Kansas City Chiefs pull away, yet the Broncos easy remaining schedule may keep them alive to claim one of the three spots. An improving defense and a competitive offense may be enough to keep them in the mix, making the Broncos odds worth a look as a potential hedge-able number.

Denver Broncos Strengths & Weaknesses

Strengths

  • Russell Wilson has looked better under Sean Payton
  • The offensive line is producing as a top ten unit 
  • Most of last season’s defensive talent is still there

Weaknesses

  • Defense has taken a major step back under Vance Joseph
  • Wilson’s receiving corps is thin after injuries
  • Competing with the AFC’s elite offenses will be an uphill battle
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