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The Denver Broncos have certainly been busy in free agency this offseason. Already this week, the Broncos have picked up Aquib Talib, DeMarcus Ware and TJ Ward and more could be to follow. Betting sites have already backed the Broncos to repeat as AFC champions in 2014.

Sportsbook-uk.com are currently taking bets at 3/1 for the Broncos to make it back to the Super Bowl with the next favorite, New England Patriots at 10/3.

The Cincinnati Bengals are available at 8/1 with the Indianapolis Colts at 10/1. The Broncos were by far the best team in the AFC last year as they cruised past the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game. However they were easily brushed aside by the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl. 

The Broncos recent acquisitions have caused many analysts to claim the Broncos clear title favorites before the NFL draft has even taken place.

Unfortunately for the Broncos, the bookmakers optimism in the team does not stretch to the Super Bowl itself. The Seattle Seahawks (6/1) and San Francisco 49ers (7/1) are the favorites there ahead of the Broncos at 15/2.

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