Denver Broncos versus San Diego Chargers NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Thursday Night Football will be an AFC West division battle as the San Diego Chargers will host the Denver Broncos. The Chargers and Broncos get things started from San Diego at 8:30PM Eastern Time and CBS TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road side Denver Broncos the -3 point favorite with the total lined at 45 ½ points.

San Diego is 1-4 on the year and could easily be an undefeated team. They have been a team who has self-destructed in the fourth quarter. Late turnovers two weeks ago at home to New Orleans turned a 13 point lead into a one point deficit and loss. In Week 1 at Kansas City the Chargers build up a 21 point third quarter lead only to lose the game in overtime. In their 26-22 defeat at Indianapolis in week three the Chargers gave up a 63 yard touchdown pass by Andrew Luck with just over a minute left. Last week at Oakland the Chargers were lining up for a game tying field goal to try and force the overtime period. The holder dropped the snap and it cost the Chargers a chance at victory in yet another hard luck loss. Quarterback Phillip Rivers has been brilliant this season. San Diego is the fourth ranked passing team in the league as they throw for 282 yards per game. They are also second best in scoring defense in the NFL by putting up 30.4 points per game.

The Denver Broncos travels to San Diego atop the AFC West division with a record of 4-1. They suffered their first loss of the season last Sunday in a 23-16 home defeat to the Atlanta Falcons. The Broncos fell behind by as much as 23-6 late in the fourth quarter until they scored ten points late. The Denver defense allowed 122 yards rushing to the Falcons along with 267 yards passing to quarterback Matt Ryan. Paxton Lynch got the start over an injured Trevor Siemian and threw for 223 yards with a touchdown and pick. Siemian has been listed as probable on Thursday night.

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