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How many wins do the Broncos have and where are they compared to preseason win total odds

We track the Denver Broncos win total so far in 2020 and whether they are on pace for their preseason odds.

Drew Lock #3 of the Denver Broncos passes against the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth quarter of a game at Empower Field at Mile High on October 25, 2020 in Denver, Colorado. Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images

Ahead of the 2020 NFL season, DraftKings Sportsbook set projected win totals for each NFL team. Some teams are well on their way to exceeding these win totals, outperforming the bar oddsmakers set for them prior to Week 1. Other teams need a bit more help to get there.

After going on a late run under Drew Lock in 2019, expectations weren’t exactly high, but they were elevated going into 2020. Their preseason over-under was still seven wins though, which is what they ended up with in 2019.

At 3-4 this season, it’s been a mixed bag, but they’ve also had a terrifically tough schedule, losing their first three games to the Titans, Steelers, and Buccaneers with their other loss coming against the Chiefs. That’s a tough schedule to be sure.

Drew Lock has been injured as well, but also hasn’t stepped up when healthy, ranking 31st in QBR. I won’t regale you with his other awful statistics, but to be sure, they are awful. The Broncos defense has been their strong point, giving up a middling 26 points per game while taking on a host of strong opponents.

There is plenty of room for improvement going into the second half of the season, as they are getting healthier and their toughest games come against the Saints, Chiefs, and Bills. They might not be favored against the Dolphins, Panthers, Chargers and Raiders, but they are all games they can compete.

Upcoming games

MIA, NO, @KC, @CAR, BUF, @LAC, LV

Team weekly results moving forward

TBD

Team preseason win total

DraftKings Sportsbook: 7 wins

Team current record

3-6