Chargers vs Oakland by Glittering11
One of the most injured teams this season without a doubt was the Chargers. Names like RB Melvin Gordon and DE Joey Bosa are not expected to play Sunday against Oakland. Players of extreme importance offensive and defensive. QB Philip Rivers comes from two poor performances and will hardly guide this team to an 8-8. It's been a good year for the Chargers so far, and if they do not want to keep the bad phase in 2017, they need an excellent off-season.
The Raiders come from a stiff loss last week when they faced and lost to rivals Kansas City Chiefs. The team has left the AFC West leadership and now needs to win all remaining matches of their regular schedule if they want to have a chance to end the year with one of the two best campaigns of the conference in order to have field control in most playoff games. However, when you have two MVP candidates on your team (QB Derek Carr and DE Khalil Mack), this is not so difficult.
Without two of their top players, I do not see the Chargers taking many chances against one of the league's three strongest teams. Raiders knows he has an obligation to win this match after last week's defeat and will surely be squandering hustle on the field. I'm not going to say we can expect a blowout for the visitors, but we'll probably be watching a very quiet game for head coach Jack Del Rio.
|2||Bet365||1.74||8||16-19 WON (+5.92 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.