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Broncos vs Patriots betting odds for Week 16

The Denver Broncos open 5.5-point home favorites over the New England Patriots in Week 16 with an over/under at 36.5.

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After getting blown out, the Denver Broncos finally wrapped up a long and grueling three-game road rip and will be back in the Mile High City to host the New England Patriots next week. Denver must win out to have a decent chance at making the playoffs in the AFC and that run has to start against the Patriots in Week 16.

According to DraftKings Sportsbook, the Broncos open 5.5-point road underdogs to the Pats in Week 16. The over/under stands at 36.5 for this matchup.

Broncos vs. Patriots betting odds

New England Patriots (3-11) at Denver Broncos (7-7)
Sunday, December 24, 2023 at 6:15 P.M. Mile High time
Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado
ATS Betting Lines: Denver -5.5
Moneyline Odds: Denver -238 / New England +195
Over/Under: 36.5

It’s all about that AFC Playoff Picture now and after dropping two of their three road games, the Broncos have themselves a bit of a hole to climb out of to finish the season strong. According to the New York Times playoff calculations, the Broncos will have an 83% chance of making the playoffs if they win out. Hosting the Patriots would likely be the easiest game left on their schedule, but the Los Angeles Chargers under Easton Stick could be a close second there.

If they take care of business in both those games, that leaves a road game against the Las Vegas Raiders to determine Denver’s fate and that team has been rather feisty since firing Josh McDaniels earlier this season. I wouldn’t have it any other way.

What do you think Broncos Country?


How do you think the Broncos fare against the spread vs. the Patriots in Week 16?

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  • 58%
    Cover and win
    (159 votes)
  • 28%
    No cover and win
    (78 votes)
  • 13%
    No cover and lose
    (36 votes)
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