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Denver Broncos: Betting Trends for Week 2 vs. Jaguars

All the betting trends you need to know before betting on Broncos-Jaguars.

After routing the New York Giants, 27-13, the Denver Bronco s fly down to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars in their Week 2 matchup. With the offense, defense, and special teams looking good in Week 1, we can expect the Broncos to carry the momentum they have to TIAA Bank Field.

The spread has moved quite a bit for the Jaguars, spotting the more points in their favor. In the latest odds courtesy of Wynnbet , the Broncos are favored by six points. This may change by Sunday morning.

The Broncos are one of few teams that are “heavily” favored to win their matchup Sunday and here are some betting trends for the Week 2 battle between Denver and Jacksonville. Over/Under Trends

The Under is 5-0 in the Broncos last five as the road favorite.

The last 11 games as a favorite, the Under is 9-2 for the Broncos.

The Under is 7-3 in the Broncos last 10 games in September.

The Over is 5-1 when the Broncos play a team with a losing record.

The Under is 4-1 the last 5 games when these two teams play at Jacksonville.

Against the Spread (ATS) Trends

Teddy Bridgewater is 22-3 ATS on the road in his career!

The road team is 6-1 ATS the last 7 games they’ve played.

Broncos are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games in Week 2. Broncos are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games following an ATS win. Jacksonville is 2-5 ATS at home the last 7 games. Last 5 games, Jaguars are 1-4 ATS. The Denver Broncos have a lot of betting trends in favor for them as they did last week as well. The Jaguars trends don’t seem that great for them as they look to get their first win in the regular season.With the information above, it seems like the safe bet for this game is the Broncos moneyline tagged with the under. Sprinkling on the spread for the Broncos wouldn’t be a bad bet too as Denver has all the tools to win by a touchdown or more.

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