NFL Pro Football 2017 LA Chargers Regular Season Win Odds Preview

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The LA Chargers suffered through another disappointing year in 2016. They concluded play with a record of 5-11 and missed the playoffs for the third straight season. The year was full of blown leads late in the fourth quarter which resulted in a coaching change as Anthony Lynn takes over. The defense showed improvement against the run. Offensively the team has struggled running the football the past three years being unable to average four yards per carry. Their first round draft pick was wide receiver Mike Williams out of Clemson. He was injured in training camp and slowly recovering. The franchise made the move from San Diego to Los Angeles during the offseason and will play in a 30,000 seat stadium in the Stub Hub Center in Carson California.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the LA Chargers lined at 7 ½ wins with over the total favored by -125 odds and under the total returning -105 odds.

LA moves to a 4-3 defensive front this season and the team has a very good pair of defensive ends in Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram than can put pressure on opposing quarterbacks. Quarterback Phillip Rivers had a poor season for his standards completing 60% of his throws with 33 touchdowns and career high 21 interceptions. 14 of those picks came in the final seven games of the season. San Diego has been hit hard with injuries on both sides of the field. The offensive line has been hit the hardest which made LA draft offensive guards with their second and third pick in the draft. Impact wide receiver Keenan Allen was lost early for the season which was a huge blow to the team. This year they have two solid young receivers in Allen and Williams if they can stay healthy enough to play. Antonio Gates is in the final year of his contract and entered the season one shy of the touchdown receptions record for tight ends. After opening at Denver, the Chargers have three straight home games.

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