The San Diego Chargers took on the Denver Broncos on Sunday, and handed them a loss and much-welcomed end to the season. After a season plagued with injuries, the firing of coach Josh McDaniels and the suicide of WR Kenny McKinley, the Broncos wrapped up the year with a franchise-worst 12 losses out of 16 games. Denver will welcome the offseason as a chance to rejuvenate and rebuild the team after a discouraging last game. While San Diego managed to win this one, they too have had a dreary season. Still, the team and fill-in coach Eric Studesville found a way to boost their enthusiasm and take their regular season finale. Odds.
The Chargers four-year reign as AFC West champions came to an end this season. They brought it all to a close with the close 33-28 win over Denver and an overall 9-7 record. Although it was a case of too little too late, San Diego turned things with the New Year. QB Phillip Rivers threw 21 of 37 for 313 yards and one interception to finish the year with a career-high 4,170 yards and 30 touchdowns. Although that made for a career-high sixth 300-yard passing day, Phillips struggled with accuracy and completed 56.8 percent of his passes for his lowest completions percentage. Ryan Mathews ran for a season-high 120 yards and three touchdowns after a year of proving inconsistent with many injuries. Scores.
Perhaps most notable, WR Legedu Naanee netted four receptions for a game high 79 yards and was targeted for a team-high nine times. He also posted his highest receiving total since Week 1 to help San Diego take the game. The tea came on strong in the end, and hold on to finish this year with a victory. Las Vegas odds.
Denver came through with a strained effort, but fell short with its porous nature. The defense continued to let San Diego through, and QB Tim Tebow repeated to misfire on throws while racking up two interceptions. The D was able to sack Phillips an impressive five times, but that was not enough to take their last showdown. Perhaps the only positive thing they did get out of this season was the No. 2 overall draft pick for next year. For the latest lines and best online betting information, look no further than www.scoresandodds.com.