Broncos Vs. Patriots Odds, 2012 NFL Playoffs: Denver Playing As Underdog Against New England By As Many As 2 TDs

The Denver Broncos are out to shock the world again when they continue on the road to the Super Bowl this Saturday. After being underdogs against the Pittsburgh Steelers by nine points on most lines, the Broncos opened as 13 point underdogs against the New England Patriots, according to Odds Shark. At least one line has already moved the line to two full touchdowns.

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The Patriots did beat the Broncos earlier in the season, 41-23. That was at Mile High. This time the Broncos need to head into Gillette Stadium at Foxborough. That is Tom Brady's house, Bill Belichick's domain. Can Tim Tebow deliver another exciting victory for the Broncos?

The over/under for this game might be optimistic at 50.5 points, but much of this still depends on how well Tebow is able to perform. He passed the first playoff test at home, but now he needs to repeat that on the road.

Visit Odds Shark for more NFL Playoff odds and lines. For more on this game, visit Broncos blog Mile High Report and Patriots blog Pats Pulpit. Head over to SB Nation NFL for more coverage of the 2012 NFL Playoffs.

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