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Chargers Host Broncos on Monday Night Football Week 6 Betting

Broncos vs. Chargers CashBet Wagering Analysis  

Certainly, there is a historic betting on NFL rivalry that will renew on Monday Night.  In 1960 the Chargers and Broncos were born in the American Football League.  Subsequently, they were placed in the West Division.  Since then, they have shared that division for their entire existence.  These days the Broncos and Chargers are battling in a highly competitive AFC West.  The division boasts the best four quarterbacks of any in the NFL.  Denver imported Russell Wilson from the Seahawks to jumpstart their mediocre franchise.  In comparison, gamblers consider the Chargers to be all future with Justin Herbert.  

NFL Betting:  Denver Broncos vs. Los Angeles Chargers Betting Information

Date: Monday, October 17, 2022
Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Location: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California
TV Coverage: ESPN

Denver Broncos vs. Los Angeles Chargers Betting Odds

Broncos +4½ ( -110 ) 45½ ( -110 ) +190
Chargers -4½ ( -110 ) 45½ ( -110 ) -235
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Broncos vs. Chargers CashBet Wagering Analysis  

Overall, top online Sportsbook action will be split evenly for these old rivals.  Both teams have marquee man quarterbacks and similar branding.  Monday’s game will be the rare occurrence in which Wise Guys and Squares will be on both sides of the action.  Therefore, oddsmakers will offer an honest line.

Broncos Busted With Struggling Wilson

Last game, the Denver Broncos lost 12-9 against the Indianapolis Colts as 3-point home favorites.  The game went under the Betting on football total of 42.  Denver has a record of 2-3 straight up, 1-4 against the spread, and 1-4 over/under the total.  Denver ranks 18th for total offense, 19th for passing,19th for rushing, and 31st for scoring.  Defensively they rank 3rd overall, 1st against the pass, 15th against the rush, and 4th for points allowed.  Also, Denver ranks 16th for turnovers lost and 22nd for takeaways.

The game featured seven field goals, a dozen punts, 25 third-down stops, four interceptions, and six fumbles.  Also, Stephon Gilmore intercepted a pass just before the 2-minute mark of the fourth quarter.  And that set up Chase McLaughlin’s tying field goal with 5 seconds left.

Chase McLaughlin connected from 47 yards 4:10 into overtime to give the Colts the lead.   Previously, McLaughlin sent it to overtime with a 31-yarder.  After LA’s big interception in the end zone on third-and-4 from the 13.  While McLaughlin was good from 52, 51, 31, and 48 yards, Brandon McManus was good from 33, 44, and 45 yards.  But Grover Stewart blocked his 34-yard attempt in the third quarter.

Chargers Escape Brown Out in Cleveland

Last game, the Los Angeles Chargers won 30-28 against the Cleveland Browns as 1-point road favorites.  The game went over the NFL bets total of 46.5.  Los Angeles has a record of 3-2 straight up, 4-1 against the spread, and 3-2 over/under the total.  Los Angeles ranks 5th for total offense, 2nd for passing, 22nd for rushing, and 9th for scoring.  Defensively they rank 23rd overall, 20th against the pass, 25th against the rush, and 30th for points allowed.  Also, LA ranks 6th for turnovers lost and 21st for takeaways.

Justin Herbert, who led the NFL in yards passing, finished 22 of 34 for 228 yards.  Thus, Cleveland ended his streak of consecutive road games with at least 300 yards at seven.  Austin Ekeler rushed for a career-high 173 yards and scored twice

Los Angeles entered the game last in the league in rushing.  Yet LA leaned on its ground game to win.  Overall, the Chargers finished with 238 yards rushing.  That was 174 more than their average.  Additionally, Los Angeles showed they could do more than pass.  The teams combined for 908 total yards and 53 first downs.  And then there were only three punts.  All of those punts were in the first half.

Most important of all was when Chargers safety Alohi Gilman intercepted Jacoby Brissett’s pass in the end zone with 2:44 left.  Cleveland’s Nick Chubb ran for 134 yards and had a 2-yard TD run.  LA’s Mike Williams had ten catches for 134 yards.

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Of great concern is Denver’s offense becoming an NFL Betting odds liability.

Broncos vs. Chargers CashBet Best Bet: 

Los Angeles Chargers


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