Denver Broncos open up as biggest favorite ever for Jaguars matchup

Oct 6, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Denver Broncos outside linebacker Danny Trevathan (59) celebrates his interception with his teammates in the fourth quarter of the game against the Dallas Cowboys at AT

The Denver Broncos showed another aspect of their game today that has them widely considered the best overall team in the NFL–resiliency. They were tested mightily for the first time this year by the Dallas Cowboys on the road, and came out on top with a 51-48 victory.

Yeah, there is no doubt that the Broncos may certainly be the best team in all of the NFL through the first five weeks.

So, what happens when the NFL’s best team meets the NFL’s worst team? Well, we’re going to find that out next week when Peyton Manning and this Broncos team welcome in the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars to the Mile High City.

This game has all the makings of the Broncos doing some horrible things on the field to a team that just can’t seem to get out of its own way, and the big wigs in Las Vegas have echoed that sentiment by making the Broncos the biggest opening favorite in the history of the NFL, according to sports betting expert, RJ Bell:


Given what we’ve seen from both of these teams to start the season, 28 points may be giving the Jaguars a compliment.

Topics: Denver Broncos, NFL

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