Chargers vs. Broncos Week 11 Pick

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DENVER, CO (The Spread) – AFC West rivals clash in Denver when the Broncos host the Chargers today at 4:25PM ET. Can San Diego cover the large spread?

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NFL Odds: According to oddsmakers from online sports book, the Broncos are 8.5-point favorites versus the Chargers, while the over/under total is currently sitting at 47.5 points. San Diego is 4-5 overall and 2-3 on the road, while Denver is 6-3 overall and 3-1 at home.

Line Movement: The Chargers opened as 3-point road underdogs but the spread has shot up to 8.5 points at most sports books. The total, meanwhile, opened at 50 but has dropped a full two and a half points to 47.5.

Public Betting: Of the wagers currently placed on this game, 73% of NFL public bettors currently favor the Broncos. This information is subject to change leading up to kickoff, however, so make sure you click on the link provided for the most up-to-date NFL public betting numbers.

NFL Playoff Free Pick: Take San Diego. According to latest NFL trends, the Chargers are 4-0-4 against the spread in their last eight trips to Denver and 8-3-2 against the number in their last 13 games versus the Broncos. The road team is also 3-0-1 against the number in the last four meetings between these two teams. The Chargers held a 24-0 halftime lead over the Broncos in the first meeting between these two teams before San Diego blew the game in the second half. The spread in this game is inflated with the way the two teams have been playing of late, but this is a divisional matchup against two teams that know each other very well. Look for Philip Rivers and the Bolts to keep the game somewhat close and now allow Peyton Manning and Co. to run up the score.


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