San Diego Chargers Betting Odds for the 2013-2014 Season
|Written by Gaby Varji|
|Wednesday, 07 August 2013 08:02|
The era Norv Turner of the San Diego Chargers. After six NFL betting seasons as head coach of California, the coach left the team and was the offensive coordinator of the Browns. Choosing substitute Chargers Turner came close: Mike McCoy, former offensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos rivals.
This change is significant in San Diego as well as the arrival of Tom Telesco be Team General Manager.
Sai Norv Turner, Philip Rivers, but still the quarterback of the franchise. Butt of jokes for many fans of the NFL, the river is in a complicated situation and the need to show a good season. For this, it has good receivers available: Eddie Royal, Robert Meachem, Denarius Alexander and the great TE Antonio Gates.
Who last season was not RB Ryan Mayhew, who finally must show that took place in the NFL. No great season for what is expected of him.
If the attack is very bad, the Chargers defense was good last year, so kept defensive coordinator John Pagano. Second best in yards per game, sixth-best in rushing and assigned an average of 21.9 points per game, plus the large number of forced turnovers.
As the team's schedule is very complicated, to think back to the playoffs, the San Diego Chargers have to win at least four games against division rivals: the three at home and away - preferably against Denver Broncos should be the strongest opponent, and do just about homework.
BSN Sports blog prediction: I was more optimistic about the team in recent years. With many changes, the Chargers do not see the Broncos think ahead and fight with the leaders of the second place in the AFC West. To go to the playoffs as a wildcard, the campaign has to be very good to beat the Bengals, Colts or Ravens. Very dificult task .
San Diego Chargers 2013-2014 Odds to win:
Odds to Win SUPER BOWL XLVIII: +5550
Odds to win AFC CHAMPIONSHIP: +2150