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Broncos Chargers Odds – 2017 Week 7 NFL Betting Preview

  • Updated: October 20, 2017
  • Well, there’s really no plausible explanation as to why the Denver Broncos would let the New York Giants run all over them on route to a 23-10 victory at mile high last week. Well, except to say these aren’t the Broncos of old. But this is still a team with weapons on offense and a damn good defense, and will take all of that into territory that is not necessarily all that hostile as they visit the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday at 4:25 PM ET at the StubHub Center in Carson, CA. This game will be televised by CBS on a regional basis, and if you are a BetAnySports customer, you can take advantage of reduced juice, which gives you great value in your pursuit of winning with your NFL predictions, and then allows you to make wagers in real time challenging dynamic odds with Live Betting Ultra.

    Broncos Chargers Odds – BetAnySports NFL Betting Line:

    In the odds at BetAnySports upon which we will make our NFL predictions, this game is all even:

    Denver Broncos pick
    Los Angeles Chargers
    Over 40.5 points -110
    Under 40.5 points -110

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    Broncos Chargers Odds   2017 Week 7 NFL Betting Preview

    Broncos Chargers Odds – BETTING PREVIEW

    Denver got beaten at the line of scrimmage by the Giants, a previously winless team who couldn’t run the football. But they still managed to allow 148 yards on the ground. Forget about the fact that Denver had 412 yards and limited the Giants to just 12 first downs. They didn’t get the job done when they had to on the stop unit. And they failed to run the football themselves, gaining just 46 yards on the evening.

    No excuses here, but they must rebound. Are the Chargers the kind of team that will accommodate them? Well, San Diego has been playing close games virtually from the beginning; in fact, the only one among the six they’ve played that has been decided by more than five points was the 24-10 setback at home to Kansas City in the third week of the season. So much has come down to making that late mistake, or missing that late kick. Younghoe Koo, who missed kicks in the first two losses that could have made a difference, was replaced after more miscues against Philadelphia in Week 4, and now Nick Novak, who was reacquired, became a hero against the Oakland Raiders last week, with a successful 32-yard attempt as time expired, giving the Bolts a 17-16 victory.

    When you talk about the Chargers, you’re talking about an offense that has not necessarily been balanced from the beginning of the campaign. But Melvin Gordon did have a 83 yards last week, and the coaching staff, led by the headman, Anthony Lynn, wants to commit to running it, even if it is not successful all the time. They have to make defenses respect what they can do on the ground, because you can’t have Philip Rivers throwing into eight-man secondaries and facing pass rushes that just swing away at him. Actually, the offensive line has done a pretty good job, considering he’s had to throw almost all the time. They have allowed only seven sacks in six games. Rivers is 61% accurate and has averaged 7.1 yards per attempt, and those are decent numbers.

    His challenge is going to come in third-down situations, especially if the Chargers don’t get something on the ground on first or second down, and BetAnySports patrons know this. The Broncos are holding their opponents to just 26.5% on third down, and the dilemma for the Chargers is a that Denver is yielding only three yards per carry, and that comes even despite the big game the Giants had against them. Let’s see if Rivers can stretch the field; it seems that he might be able to do that with the likes of Keenan Allen and Tyrone Williams, but maybe’s most reliable option is the tight end combination of Hunter Henry and Antonio Gates.

    San Diego’s defense might make things difficult on Trevor Simeon, who has taken 17 sacks this season. Remember that the Bolts have Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa coming from the edges, and only twice has an opponent thrown for 200 or more yards against them. Denver has scored only 42 points over the last three games, but one thing the Chargers can’t count on is a big home field advantage, because it always seems as if the crowd is composed mostly of fans from the visiting team. Inasmuch as Denver’s defense is the strongest unit on the field, we have to give a slight edge to the Broncos in this AFC West matchup.

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