The Denver Broncos win 13 games this season.
Now many may write that off as not very bold, but one look at the Broncos schedule should change their minds. It is a very tough road for the Broncos this season, and they do have a lot of uncertainty on their team. Granted, there has been only one game played and that uncertainty can go away as more games are played.
In their first game, the Broncos beat the defending NFC champion Carolina Panthers. That was just the start of some tough games. They take on the Indianapolis Colts next, who should never be overlooked by Denver or their fans. After them come the Cincinnati Bengals, in Cincinnati. That has a chance to be a big loss for Denver.
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Division games are never easy, and sometimes can end in a major upset. So who knows how Denver will do with their six games against the Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers. They also have to face the New England Patriots, but in Denver this time. The Patriots are not the same team in Denver, and their record, stats and play in Denver reflect that.
Rounding out a slate of tough games are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Jacksonville Jaguars, who are two young teams on the rise. Playing against the Atlanta Falcons, New Orléans Saints and Houston Texans, those are three games that can go either way, but look like wins for Denver.
Only team not mentioned yet are the Tennessee Titans, who should be an easy win for the Broncos. However, any given Sunday and all that doesn’t guarantee a win here. Predicting a 13 win season for this Broncos team is very bold. The next prediction is even bolder.
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