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NFL Betting – Chargers continue to dominate December

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Saturday, 12 December 2009 12:43

NFL Betting – Chargers continue to dominate December Sports betting players have to give San Diego a chance once the calendar flips to December, as they’ve won 15 straight games in this month. The Chargers will head to Dallas this weekend to face the Cowboys, whose December troubles have been well documented, especially their quarterback.

Chargers vs Cowboys betting – Sunday, December 13, 4:15 PM ET

The Chargers (9-3) almost let a 20-point lead slip away in a 30-23 win in Cleveland, and the defense will have to rectify their late lapses in concentration as a better team would have surely came away with the win. Philip Rivers was 18-of-25 for 373 yards and two touchdowns, while LaDainian Tomlinson had 64 yards and a score, and passed former Brown legend Jim Brown for eighth on the all-time rushing list, while Antonio Gates had a season-high 167 yards on eight catches for the Chargers, who are a real NFL betting darkhorse for the playoffs.

The Cowboys (8-4) got a big performance from Tony Romo, but they still fell 31-24 in New York to the Giants. Romo was 41-of-55 for 392 yards and three touchdowns as the Cowboys racked up 424 yards while holding the ball for almost 39 minutes, but they couldn’t take advantage of their opportunities, and they failed to get their ground game going. Dallas ran for 45 yards on 2.0 yards per carry, which prompted owner Jerry Jones to question how Marion Barber was being used. Also this week, Romo is now the holder for kicker Nick Folk. We don’t have to remind Dallas NFL betting players what happened last time that went down, but we will tell you that it happened in the playoffs.

NFL betting odds in your sportsbook have the Cowboys as a 3-point favorite at home, but it’s tough to go against a team that has won seven in a row like San Diego has. Even though the running game struggles, the Chargers’ aerial game can attack a Cowboys’ secondary that is prone to the big play. When it comes down to it, though, who would you rather have quarterbacking your team at this time of year: Philip Rivers, or Tony Romo?

NFL picks: Chargers +3

 
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