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Denver Broncos vs. Los Angeles Chargers same game parlay for this Week 17 matchup in the AFC West. With both teams in the middle of disappointing seasons, does a loss for Denver mean Vic Fangio is out? Handicapper Jason Radowitz gives us his +370 same game parlay at Betfred.

Denver Broncos vs Los Angeles Chargers Same Game Parlay: Back this +370 Parlay at Betfred

The Denver Broncos are 7-8 on the year and are on the brink of another losing season. The Broncos watched quarterback Teddy Bridgewater gets knocked out with a concussion a couple of weeks ago and are unsure if he’ll be able to play in Sunday’s game against the Chargers. The Broncos have lost three of their last four games and only found offense in one of those four games, with a 38-10 rout against the Detroit Lions. Most teams have done that this year against the Lions. Outside that, the Broncos have been held to 13 or fewer points in their last three losses. Meanwhile, the Chargers have lost two straight games and lost their last one in embarrassing fashion, 41-29 to the Houston Texans. At 8-7, the Chargers are still on the bubble to make the expanded playoffs. But losses to the Texans won’t help their case. With two teams trending downwards, here’s our favorite Same-Game Parlay for the Broncos vs Chargers game.

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Broncos vs Chargers Same-Game Parlay Picks

Leg 1: Chargers -6 (-110)

The Chargers lost to the Houston Texans last week and couldn’t get stops against Davis Mills. That’s as disheartening as it gets, but maybe Mills is actually the future of the Texans. The Chargers ultimately lost to the Chiefs in overtime in the week prior, 34-28, and have really struggled to play defense throughout the season. However, the Chargers have averaged nearly 300 yards passing and 402.6 yards of offense per game and should be getting back some key components that missed the previous game due to COVID. That’ll help the Chargers get some stops with Joey Bosa and some touchdowns with Mike Williams and Austin Ekler.

Leg 2: Over 45.5 (-105)

It seems like Chargers games are always going over the Broncos games are always going under. So it’s going to be an interesting battle between the two teams.  Right now, we don’t know if Teddy Bridgewater will get the start in this game as he’s dealing with a concussion. But either way, you would think that the Broncos have enough talent offensively to score against a Chargers team that is allowing 27.4 points per game. I’m not going to be asking for much, but three touchdowns should be enough to get them over with how the Chargers have played offensively. I’m taking the over in this game.

Leg 3: Chargers -3.5 First Half (-110)

After losing badly to the Texans last week, I’m expecting the Chargers to really make some noise early at home. The Chargers will get plenty of talent back out on the field and should have no problems scoring against an overrated defense like the Broncos. The Broncos haven’t allowed that many yards and points this season, but when you look up and down the roster and look at the stats that these guys are producing, you’d notice that the Broncos really are just an average defense after all.

Denver Broncos vs Los Angeles Chargers SAME GAME PARLAY Picks

3-Leg Same Game Parlay (+370): Risk $100 to win $370

  • Chargers -6 (-112)
  • Over 45.5 (-110)
  • Chargers -3.5 First Half (-110)

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Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.


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