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11 Oct 2012 


Denver Broncos @ San Diego Chargers – Monday October 15, 2012 8:30PM EST



 

If you are getting ready to bet on a San Diego Chargers comeback in week six after losing on the road to the New Orleans Saints in week five, then you may want to think about it first. The Chargers were not blown out in the
game, but the San Diego defense was unable to stop Drew Brees and the Saints’ offense while the Chargers’ offense had all kinds of problems against the New Orleans defense. The problem that San Diego will run into in week six is that the Denver Broncos play a similar game to the Saints.


 


The Denver Broncos are finally seeing the Peyton Manning era coming together nicely as the football betting sites
are starting to see the zip and accuracy in Manning’s throws that they are used to seeing. The problem that Peyton Manning was having was that he and his receivers were not in sync when it came to changes in plays at the line and
running patterns. It looks like Manning and his receivers are working out the kinks and the Denver offense is looking just as exciting as the Colts’ offense did for over a decade. There is a lot more to this Denver team than just Peyton Manning and the Chargers will find that out on Monday night.

 


San Diego Chargers



 

Any of the price per head bookie experts that watched the game between the Chargers and Saints could see the problems that San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers and his receivers were having with the speedy Saints’ defensive backs. The Denver secondary, anchored by cornerbacks Champ Bailey and Tracy Porter, is a much
more aggressive and experienced secondary that will keep things very tight for San Diego. That means that the Chargers will have to turn to Ryan Mathews and the running game, which has not worked out this season either.



  

Denver Broncos




Peyton Manning inherited a Denver team with a young offense, an established defense and a reliable special teams unit. The 5 dimes reviews on the Broncos for 2011 kept saying that all the team needed was a
quarterback to be a Super Bowl contender. Fans forget that a new quarterback usually means a new offensive system. Now that it looks like Peyton Manning and the offense is getting on track, that means that the defense can get much more aggressive at shutting down the opposing offense. It all spells bad things for
the San Diego Chargers.



 The Bottom Line



 

As much as people want to be excited about the San Diego Chargers, there is too much missing from this San Diego team to think that it will be able to compete for a playoff spot. The Denver Broncos will continue to
exploit the Chargers weaknesses that came up against the Saints and send San
Diego down to another loss.

 


Read more about the Denver Broncos and the Peyton Manning era.



  

Pick: Denver Broncos



unclerico · 1445 views · 1 comment
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01 Oct 2012 


Miami Dolphins @ Cincinnati Bengals – Sunday October 7, 2012 1:00PM EST

 


The Miami Dolphins are really not a bad football team. The online sports book experts have Miami as underdogs to the Cincinnati Bengals in week five, and that is understandable. But anyone who has been watching the Dolphins can see the rapid development of rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill and the way that his confidence increases with each week. The only thing that the football betting experts cannot help but notice is how much the Dolphins’ offense misses a veteran wide receiver that can get open and help make plays. The release of
Chad Johnson may have been a good moral move, but it is an obvious stumbling block to the progress of the Miami team.

 


The Cincinnati Bengals are battling for the top spot in the AFC North with the Baltimore Ravens despite the fact that the Bengals have given up more points than any other team in the AFC North. What is keeping the Bengals competitive is the emergence of second-year quarterback Andy Dalton and second-year wide receiver A.J. Green. The Bengals really are building a quality offense in Cincinnati, but the defense is having a hard time keeping pace and that could hurt the Bengals later in the season.



  

Miami Dolphins



 

The bookmaker betting software can sometimes take time to adjust to a team that is improving. The Miami Dolphins put up 21 points on what is turning out to be a very good Arizona defense in week four. Not only that, but Ryan Tannehill struck for 431 passing yards and a touchdown in that game as well. If the Dolphins can get Reggie Bush to start running at the pace he was running at when the season first started, then Miami could have a two-pronged attack that many defenses would have problems with. The Miami defense is still a work in progress but that too is improving from week to week.



Cincinnati Bengals



Cincinnati head coach Marvin Lewis has to see the cracks in his defense getting wider and wider. The

bet online sports experts were wondering if that solid defense the Bengals had three years ago could stay together long enough to compliment the newly rising offense. The answer appears to be no, and it has fans and players worried. The Bengals know that it has a strong offensive team, but defense is needed to compete in theAFC North. The Bengals can only stay on top for so long before a weak defense causes it to come crashing down.

 


The Bottom Line


 

This is the week when Ryan Tannehill gets into a shootout with a weak defense and leads his team to victory. Look for Tannehill and Dalton to throw up big numbers for the game, but it will be the Dolphins that walk away with the victory in the end.


 

Read more about the rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill and how he is developing in the NFL.






Pick: Miami Dolphins



unclerico · 1113 views · 2 comments
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