The Denver Broncos made the most publicized off-season signing in some time when the team inked future Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning to a five-year, $96 million deal. While Manning is still fighting his way back from a neck injury that cost him all of last season, the sizable upgrade over Tim Tebow at the game's most important position had some around Denver thinking a division championship was all but assured. Turns out, Las Vegas is thinking less and less of the Broncos' chances. The team's over/under win total now sits at 8.5 games.
What doesn't match up is that the San Diego Chargers, at nine games, now have a higher over/under win total than Denver, but the Broncos still boast better odds to win the Super Bowl and the AFC West.