Broncos vs. Raiders Odds, Predictions, Monday Night Football Cheat Sheet

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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and quarterback Derek Carr (4).

Broncos at Raiders Betting Odds

  • Odds: Broncos -2.5
  • Total: 42.5
  • Time: 10:20 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: ESPN

All odds above as of Monday afternoon and via PointsBet, where Action Network users get an exclusive 200% deposit match (deposit $50, bet with $150).

It’s been a wild couple of months for the silver and black, but the Antonio Brown saga is finally over. That said, this matchup feels a bit different than it would have had Brown actually played a game for the Raiders.

The Broncos moved from -1 earlier this week to -2.5. Is there any hope for the Raiders at home?

You’ll find all our coverage of this game below, including our comprehensive betting guide and more.

Broncos at Raiders Betting Guide, Picks

Our analysts and experts break down the most important angles of this game.

Here’s an excerpt, but you can read the full thing here.

Antonio Brown’s tenure with the Raiders has officially ended as he signed with the Patriots. But what he left in his wake is a receiving corps that has a lot more questions than answers. On Monday Night Football, Oakland will host a Broncos team now led by defensive scheme wizard, Vic Fangio.

Heading into a game against the “No Fly Zone,” the Raiders find themselves severely shorthanded at wide receiver. Free-agent acquisition Williams now ascends to the WR1 role, but fails to inspire confidence with only 155 receptions over four NFL seasons.

Hunter Renfrow will receive slot targets, but at 184 pounds and 4.59 40-yard dash speed, the rookie’s impact could be minimal. Diminutive deep threat J.J. Nelson (5-foot-10, 161 pounds) has 4.28 speed but is a massive talent drop-off from Brown.

See our full betting breakdown for Broncos-Raiders here.

Monday Night Football Prop Bets

  • Raiders RB Josh Jacobs’s Receiving Yards
  • Broncos WR DaeSean Hamilton’s Receptions

Matt LaMarca breaks down how to bet both props.