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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 10/22/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




DENVER (3 - 2) at LA CHARGERS (2 - 4)
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Week 7 Sunday, 10/22/2017 4:25 PM
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474LA CHARGERS43.540.5
DENVER - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-2-72-23-221.612.2355.4(5.4)1.819.410.8261.8(4.7)0.8
Road Games0-1-1.50-11-016.013.0366.0(5.8)
Last 3 Games1-2-9.21-21-214.08.7358.7(5.6)1.719.712.3264.0(4.9)0.3
Grass Games3-1-5.62-12-223.012.0352.7(5.3)1.717.710.2259.2(4.7)1.0
Division Games2-0+21-01-120.012.0309.5(5.1)
DENVER - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)21.612.221.031:6029-124(4.2)22-3661.1%232(6.4)65-355(5.4)(16.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.511.419.832:3428-119(4.3)22-3563.7%228(6.6)62-347(5.6)(16.2)
Offense Road Games16.013.021.029:3423-111(4.8)24-4060.0%255(6.4)63-366(5.8)(22.9)
Defense (All Games)19.410.814.428:0023-70(3)21-3363.8%192(5.9)56-262(4.7)(13.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.20.41018.328:2625-98(4)22-3463.4%222(6.5)59-320(5.4)(15.7)
Defense Road Games26.013.016.030:2633-75(2.3)20-2676.9%197(7.6)59-272(4.6)(10.5)
DENVER - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-426.5%2-130.0%1-25(25.2)1-13(9.1)6-66
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.31.1 13-538.8%1-038.6%2-35(22.2)13-2(7.4)7-59
Stats Against (Road Games) 16-637.5%0-00.0%2-41(20.5)2-20(10)8-69

LA CHARGERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games2-4-2.32-33-319.39.0345.2(5.7)1.221.811.5338.5(5.6)1.0
Home Games0-3-3.90-31-217.010.0365.7(6.5)1.323.012.0367.0(6)0.0
Last 3 Games2-1+1.32-12-122.79.0375.0(6)1.021.311.7354.3(5.7)1.3
Grass Games1-4-3.61-32-317.88.8337.8(5.8)1.221.812.0339.2(5.6)0.8
Division Games1-2-0.71-11-216.08.0307.3(5)1.721.313.7302.0(5.6)1.3
LA CHARGERS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.20.610.51929:2925-96(3.9)23-3663.3%244(6.9)60-341(5.7)(16.5)
Offense Home Games17.010.022.025:3818-69(3.9)24-3962.4%297(7.6)57-366(6.5)(21.5)
Defense (All Games)21.811.519.732:1530-152(5)19-3064.4%186(6.2)60-338(5.6)(15.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.21.89.61930:3026-109(4.3)22-3464.1%224(6.5)60-333(5.6)(15.3)
Defense Home Games23.012.021.034:2233-171(5.2)19-2966.3%196(6.8)62-367(6)(16)
LA CHARGERS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.50.511.413-537.0%1-035.2%2-36(21.5)17-2(8.9)7-59
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-644.6%1-020.0%2-61(24.3)3-25(8.8)7-62
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.70.31 13-540.7%1-027.2%2-43(23.7)19-2(8.8)7-63
Stats Against (Home Games) 14-643.9%1-033.3%2-46(27.4)3-15(5.7)9-68
Average power rating of opponents played: DENVER 20.2,  LA CHARGERS 21.3
DENVER - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/11/2017LA CHARGERS24-21W-3T41.5O36-14017-28-181222-6422-33-1851
9/24/2017@ BUFFALO16-26L-3L40O23-11124-40-255233-7520-26-1970
10/15/2017NY GIANTS10-23L-13.5L37.5U17-4631-54-366332-14811-19-1180
10/22/2017@ LA CHARGERS            
10/30/2017@ KANSAS CITY            
11/5/2017@ PHILADELPHIA            
11/12/2017NEW ENGLAND            

LA CHARGERS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/11/2017@ DENVER21-24L3T41.5O22-6422-33-185136-14017-28-1812
9/24/2017KANSAS CITY10-24L2.5L47.5U26-10420-40-226325-18916-21-1220
10/8/2017@ NY GIANTS27-22W3W45O29-12421-44-258125-15221-36-1832
10/15/2017@ OAKLAND17-16W3W47.5U28-8025-36-263122-10921-30-1652
10/29/2017@ NEW ENGLAND            
11/12/2017@ JACKSONVILLE            
DENVER: New coordinator Mike McCoy has a history of squeezing a disproportionately high amount of production from under-talented units. Denver enters 2017 with nothing but question marks under center, as it'll be either QB Trevor Siemian or Paxton Lynch running this offense. First-round draft pick OT Garett Boles and free agents G Ronald Leary and OT Menelik Watson should improve a shaky o-line. RB C.J. Anderson will benefit from improved blocking, and RBs Devontae Booker and Jamaal Charles will also contribute. The CB trio of Chris Harris, Aqib Talib and Bradley Roby is the league's best, as Denver held opponents to the fewest passing yards and the lowest QB Rating in the NFL last season. Edge-rusher Von Miller is a perennial All-Pro game-wrecker, and 2015 1st-rounder Shane Ray is proving a capable complement. The loss of masterful coordinator Wade Phillips creates a void, though new coordinator Joe Woods hopes to keep a similar system in place.
LA CHARGERS: New head coach Anthony Lynn implemented a creative and effective running game in Buffalo, and now has RB Melvin Gordon at his disposal. A subpar O-line was reinforced by rookies Forrest Lamp and Dan Feeney and free agent OT Russell Okung. QB Philip Rivers is the maestro of the offense, and the healthy return of No. 1 WR Keenan Allen will benefit him greatly. The TE duo of Hunter Henry and Antonio Gates gives Rivers plenty of options. DE Joey Bosa played like a superstar as a rookie last season, and is a legitimate Defensive Player of the Year candidate. Edge-rusher Melvin Ingram is also a potent blitzer, and the young LB tandem of Jatavis Brown and Denzel Perryman is promising. CBs Casey Hayward and Jason Verrett have a chance to be among the NFL's best cornerback duos if Verrett gets back to full speed after tearing his ACL last October.
Chargers look to extend win streak vs. Broncos

The Denver Broncos seek to get back on track against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.

The Chargers, thank you, prefer to stay on their current path.

The Broncos (3-2) have lost two of their last three games. With one of those defeats coming to the previously winless New York Giants last week, Denver is hardly in a cheery mood.

L.A. (2-4) is riding a solid vibe and it's different. After dropping their first four games -- three at their new StubHub Center home -- the Chargers won twice on the road.

They're still riding high from beating the Oakland Raiders on Nick Novak's 32-yard field goal at the buzzer last week.

So two teams headed in opposite directions meet in L.A., with the Chargers aiming for their first three-game winning streak since 2014.

"We're just trying to keep a narrow focus and just trying to take care of the job we have in front of us and that's the Denver Broncos," Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said.

The Broncos' mission is to rinse-and-spit their dreadful effort against the Giants. Quarterback Trevor Semian turned the ball over twice -- one for a pick-six -- and was sacked four times directing the Broncos' sputtering offense.

That performance had some questioning his job security.

"Absolutely Trevor is our quarterback right now," Broncos coach Vance Joseph said, answering the first question in Wednesday's media briefing. "We are 3-2 and as a team we are getting better. As a team, nothing has been perfect, including myself."

It's a perfect time, Joseph said, to see what the Broncos are all about. What was a smooth ride in the season's early stages, and even going back to preseason, has suddenly turned bumpy.

"This is a hard league; it's early in the football season," Joseph said. "Every team is going to have some adversity from losing football games and injuries, and it's our turn. The key is to overcome adversity with our depth and by staying with the process.

"But I knew it was going to come. It's here now and I'm not surprised it's here. We can't panic and we can't blame. We have to do more and say, 'OK, we got to deal with it and get through it.'"

The Broncos, who were steamrolled for 148 rushing yards by the Giants, will have to tame the Chargers' Melvin Gordon. He ran for 83 yards and a score on 20 of his 35 touches that produced 150 total yards.

"It's his running style and yards after contact, that is what Melvin does," Lynn said. "We have a good running back in this league and we have to use him."

Gordon also added a scoring reception in Sunday's win, his third in his last two games. He is tied for the league lead (non-kickers) with 42 points on seven touchdowns.

Gordon's four receiving touchdowns pace all running backs. Against the Raiders, his nine catches for 67 yards were career highs.

"His touches are on pace, but maybe his rep count is a little high," Lynn said. "But I am fine with his touches. He is a very unselfish player, but at the same time we recognize his talents and we use him."

Gordon, of course, wants more.

"All the good ones do," said Lynn, a former NFL running back. "And that is what makes them good."

Both sides have better-than-good pass-rushers with the Chargers' tandem of Melvin Ingram (7.5 sacks) and Joey Bosa (5.5) and the Broncos' Von Miller (5).

"In this division, you have those guys every single week," Lynn said of Miller, who has a sack in four consecutive games. "We have schemes to try and help in the protection and things we are going to do, but he is a great player, no doubt about it. You have to account for him because he can wreck a game."

Ingram and Bosa aren't hard for Siemian to find on the Chargers' highlights.

"We are playing one of the best fronts in football," he said. "Those guys are going to get around to the quarterback some way or somehow."

The Broncos, who split the series with the Chargers last year, are going for a sweep. In the NFL's opening week, the Chargers lost at Denver 24-21.

Last Updated: 10/17/2018 5:43:32 AM EST

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