NFL sports betting fans have seen the Broncos blow a huge lead in the division and the Chargers rise from the pro football betting ashes to now control their own destiny. The Denver Broncos have been one of the worst NFL sports betting values on the board this year.
Denver had an overall NFL sports betting record of 8-7 straight up and 4-10-1 against the NFL betting lines. Head coach Mike Shanahan has long been referred to as “The Mastermind” but he hasn’t been to a super bowl since John Elway retired after the 1998 title run and the Broncos have been just slightly above mediocre ever since.
Denver has been in a pro football betting tailspin down the stretch as they have given away what seemed to be a sure division title. Last week the Broncos lost at home to a downcast Buffalo team 23-30 as 6 point NFL sports betting favorites as Denver failed to get the cash for the third consecutive week.
The one pro football betting bright spot for the Broncos has been their play on the road as they are 4-3 against the board as a visitor. Denver has a road over/under NFL sports betting record of 4-2-1 over the total. A month ago the San Diego Chargers stood at 4-8 straight up and were pronounced dead.
They have since gone 3-0 straight up and 2-1 against the NFL sports betting board to get back into the AFC West race. If they beat Denver the division championship and a playoff berth are all theirs. San Diego scored a nice NFL sports betting win and cover at Tampa Bay last week, 41-24, as 3.5 point dogs.
The Chargers had an overall NFL sports betting record of 7-8 straight up and 6-8-1 against the NFL betting lines. As a NFL sports betting favorite the Chargers have gone just 4-8 against the spread. San Diego ranked 2nd overall on offense but a weak 28th overall on defense.
In this head to head NFL sports betting series Denver has gotten the cash in just 2 of their last 7 visits to San Diego.
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