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Sports Betting with The Denver Broncos

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If you are in a state where online sports betting is legal – check this guide for reference –  then you can already now place wagers on the Broncos online.

But, if you are still waiting for your state to legalize online betting, then we have free sports betting games for you, instead:

NFL: Nov 17 @ 1:00pm

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MIN -10.5 -625 40.5
DEN 10.5 +500 40.5
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Once the game is over you will be notified via email with your results.

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About the Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos is a member of the NFL’s West division. The team is based in Denver, Colorado. They began playing for the AFL in 1960 and joined the NFL in 1970. The team’s home games are held at the Broncos Stadium at Mile High. With Pat Bowlen’s recent passing, the team is yet to disclose whom they picked as the new owner.

John Albert Elway Jr. is the Broncos’ general manager and football operations president. He became the team’s manager in 2014. He had an incredible 16-year career with the Broncos as a quarterback from 1983-1998. Elway was ranked third greatest quarterback of all time by the Sporting News and became a Pro Hall of Famer in 2004.

Elway was hired by Bowlen to lead the football operations of the Broncos on January 5, 2011. He is the team’s decision maker when it comes to football-related matters, from college scouting to drafting. His aggressive approach and vision concerning the NFL Draft and free agency have contributed significantly to the unprecedented progress of the Broncos in the seven seasons as the lead football executive.

The highlight of his term as the general manager of the Broncos was the team’s 3rd World Championship in 2015 (Superbowl 50) against Carolina.

Team History

The formation of the Denver Broncos began in 1959, when Bob Howsam, owner of Denver Bears from minor league baseball, started a new league along with four others – the American Football League that rivaled the NFL. Denver Broncos was a charter member for the new league.

The Broncos started playing in 1960. Their first game was in the Bears Stadium against the Boston Patriots, and they won 13-10. Frank Filchock was the team’s first head coach.

In 1961, Jack Faulkner replaced Filchock as the head coach and led the team to their best AFL record of 7-7. However, the following seasons were not successful. The team lost at least ten games every season for the next five years.

In 1965, the Broncos was almost sold to Atlanta. Instead, the franchise went to Alan and Gerald Phipps, and they chose to keep the team in Denver. In 1967, Lou Saban was hired as the new coach of the Broncos. A year earlier, the NFL and AFL agreed to merge which led to the expansion of Bears Stadium to 50,000 to meet the requirements of the NFL for the merger.

Team Success

Since the merger of the AFL and NFL in 1970, the Denver Broncos have landed 15 division titles. They played in 8 Super Bowls (1977, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1997, 1998, 2013, and 2015). The team won its first world championship in the Super Bowl XXXII against the Green Bay Packers.

In addition, the Broncos gained their second championship against the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl XXXIII. They are one of the only five teams in the NFL to win 2 Super Bowl championships back-to-back.

MVPs

John Elway

Elway was the Broncos’ quarterback from 1983-1998. He was the second-best passer in the history of the NFL. He became a Hall of Famer in 2004.

Terrell Davis

Davis played for the Broncos from 1995 to 2001 as a running back. He is the team’s leading rusher of all time, with 7,607 rushing yards.

Von Miller

Miller is the Broncos’ linebacker from 2011 up to present. A seven-time Pro Bowl selection and receiver of first-team All-Pro honors, Miller is definitely one of the famous players in the league.