Denver Broncos versus Oakland Raiders NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Thursday Night Football will be an AFC West divisional affair as Peyton Manning leads his Denver Broncos into the Black Hole to face the Oakland Raiders on December 6th. The Broncos and Raiders will begin from Oakland at 8:20PM Eastern Time and NFL Network will provide the national broadcast on TV.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker Sportsbook has the road squad Denver Broncos a double digit -10 ½ point favorite with the total lined at 50 points.

The Broncos head to Oakland with a 9-3 record and off their win last week at home to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers they clinched the AFC West crown. The job is not done quite yet for the Broncos as they try and chase Baltimore and New England for a first round bye in the playoffs. There is currently a three way tie in the AFC East, AFC North and AFC West for the first round bye at 9-3 on the season. Their first meeting was held on September 30th with the Broncos blowing out the Raider 37-6 as a -6 ½ point favorite.

Denver heads into Thursday Night Football on a roll with wins in seven straight games. With the point spread inflated the team has failed to cover the point spread in their past three games. The Broncos have that certain look that makes up a Super Bowl champion. They have an effective and competent quarterback in Peyton Manning. Also their offense and defense are both performing well as they rank fifth in the league in scoring offense and third in total yards with 308 yards allowed per game.

It’s another bad season for the Silver and Black. They are just 2-4 on their home turf. The team for the past few seasons has struggled with their defense. In 2012 the Raiders are 28th in the league in points allowed with 31 points given up per contest. Oakland get some good injury news as it looks like Darren McFadden is schedules to return to the team as he has been out for the past three game with a leg injury.

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