Broncos vs. Bills Betting Update: The Over/Under is Tricky

Drew Lock. Credit: Isaiah J. Downing, USA TODAY Sports.
Drew Lock. Credit: Isaiah J. Downing, USA TODAY Sports.

The Broncos are looking to finish the 2020 season strong even though they are eliminated from playoff contention, they can still play the role of spoiler down the stretch. Oddsmakers have the Bills as significant favorites entering this Week 15 game, but it’s within one score.

The Broncos opened as 5.5-point favorites against the Bills this week and the line has held fairly steady. This will be the first Saturday night game of the 2020 NFL season.

Here are the updated Broncos vs. Bills odds at FOX Bet Colorado. The Bills are on the verge of clinching a playoff spot while the Broncos are looking to play spoiler. Most Colorado online sportsbooks have similar odds as of May 10, 2021 10:54 PM.

 

Team Spread Moneyline Total
Buffalo Bills -6 (-110) -275 O 49.5 (-110)
Denver Broncos +6 (-110) +225 U 49.5 (-110)

 

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FOX Bet Colorado’s 50-1 Odds on a Broncos Score

Once again, the best Broncos bet of the week can be found over at FOX Bet Colorado. New users who sign up here can grab 50-1 odds on the Broncos to score a single point against the Bills.

That’s right. You can bet $1 and win $50 if the Broncos score on a touchdown, field goal, or a safety. They don’t need to win the game or even cover the spread. All it takes is one score to cash in on this.

Although the Broncos have had their struggles on offense this year, they have scored in every single game they have played so far. Even when they were playing without a quarterback, they managed to eke out three points on a Brandon McManus field goal.

Look no further for the best deal of the weekend. This is a complete no-brainer from FOX Bet Colorado.

Broncos Go Under

The Denver Broncos have been all-in on unders lately. The Broncos have gone under on the total points in four of their last five games. Prior to last week’s 32-point outburst, the Broncos had not scored more than 20 points in a game since Week 9.

Part of that has to do with the way the quarterbacks have played. Of course, practice squad wide receiver Kendall Hinton was thrust into action in Week 12 due to COVID-19 issues.

And even when Drew Lock has been on the field, he’s been inconsistent at best. Outside of last week’s win over the Panthers (which we will get to in a second), Lock has looked shaky. He is only completing 57.3% of his passes and he has as many interceptions as touchdowns this year (13).

Drew Lock’s Standout Game

There is a major reason for bettors to give pause before hammering that under this game. Although we can criticize Lock for his up-and-down play this season, he was phenomenal last week against the Panthers. It was undoubtedly the best game of his NFL career.

The second-year quarterback threw for 280 yards and a career-high four touchdowns. He also set a career-best mark for single-game passer rating (149.5). His two fumbles (one lost) is the only major criticism that we have regarding Lock’s Week 14 performance.

Is this a sign of things to come for Lock or is he due for another step back against this strong Bills defense? Only time will tell.

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