November 14th: Locks of the Day

By Tom Adoni, IG @TomSportsPlays

NFL Over/Under Betting Tips: Key Numbers to Know When Wagering on Totals |  The Action Network

Los Angeles Chargers (5-3) -3 Spread against the Minnesota Vikings (3-5)

Reasoning: The Los Angeles Chargers are coming off a nice away win in Philly. Justin Herbert and company had a good offensive showing scoring 27 points against a decent Philadelphia defense, on top of Herbert throwing for 356 Yards, 2 Touchdowns and running in another one. On the other hand, we have a Vikings team that have lost their last two games against tough opponents in the Cowboys and Ravens. However, I think that the Chargers are on the same caliber of the Cowboys and Ravens and therefore, I see the Vikings taking their third loss in a row tomorrow afternoon.

Eagles-Chargers final score: Philadelphia loses to Los Angeles, 27-24 -  Bleeding Green Nation

Denver Broncos (5-4) -1.5 Spread against the Philadelphia Eagles (3-6)

Reasoning: The Denver Broncos have won their last two games with one of them being one of the biggest surprises in the NFL this year. Last week, the Broncos went up 30-0 before allowing Dak to pad his stats in the 4th to end it 30-16. This was such a surprise to many because the Cowboys were 7-0 against the spread heading into that matchup. The Broncos defense looked phenomenal against one of the more electrifying offenses in the league. On the other side, we have a Philly team that has lost 3 of their last 4, with their only win in that stretch coming against the still winless Lions. The 3 losses came against the Chargers, Raiders and Bucs. Those are some tough opponents, however, I still like the Broncos over them because of their stellar showing against the Cowboys.

Denver Broncos vs. Dallas Cowboys: Final score and game recap

Kansas City Chiefs (5-4) -2.5 Spread against the Las Vegas Raiders (5-3)

Reasoning: The Kansas City Chiefs have won 3 of their last 4 despite having some early season shortcomings of their usual expectations. They beat the Redskins, Giants and Packers while losing to the Titans during that four-game stretch. On the flip side, we have a Las Vegas Raiders team that has cooled down since starting their season 3-0. Of course, a lot has happened since, their coach resigned for making racist and homophobic comments, their star receiver is facing life in jail because of a DUI-kill. That same coach is now suing the NFL, making the players’ minds fill up with nonsense instead of preparing for a game against their divisional rivals. The Raiders have also lost 3 of the last 5 with two of those losses coming against the underwhelming Giants and Bears. Bottom line is the Chiefs are more well-equipped this weekend to get a win.

Report card for Chiefs against Packers Who passed? | The Kansas City Star

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