The Broncos looked like world beaters the first part of the season but now are just 4-3 after their bye week according to football betting numbers. The Broncos are fortunate though since they play in the AFC West which has been weak this season.
Bet on football gamblers loved the Broncos early in the season but have started to drift away from them in recent weeks. The once powerful offense led by quarterback Jay Cutler looks vulnerable and the defense has been full of holes all season. Part of the problem for the offense has been injuries and the bye week helped in that regard. The Broncos still rank fourth in overall offense, gaining 381.9 yards per game according to bet on football stats. Cutler ranks second in the NFL with 1,862 passing yards, and he has thrown 13 touchdowns to seven interceptions according to football betting numbers.
Brandon Marshall leads the NFL with his 49 receptions according to bet on football stats. The defense ranks near the bottom of the league according to bet on football numbers and probably won’t be much better considering Boss Bailey is out for the year and Champ Bailey is out for at least a month according to football betting information.
Bet on football stats show that the Dolphins have had great success against Denver recently. The Dolphins have won six of the last eight meetings between the two teams according to bet on football numbers. They have covered seven of those eight games according to bet on football stats. At Denver, the Broncos are 2-3 straight up against Miami and 1-4 against the bet on football number. Looking at the bet on football numbers we find that Denver has been a horrible home favorite in recent seasons. They are 9-17-1 against the football betting number since 2005 when laying points at home.
In regards to the bet on football total, five of the eight meetings went over. The Broncos at home since 2005 have gone over the total about 58% of the time.
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