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Chargers Betting Odds and Ends: 12-to-1 Odds To Win Super Bowl


Jan 5, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (17) during the AFC wild card playoff football game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

The new betting odds from Bovada have been released for the San Diego Chargers game against the Denver Broncos. The Chargers started out the week as a 10 point underdog, but it looks like we gained a point somewhere. Once again, we are the biggest underdog in the playoffs with that 9 point spread.

The over/under on Peyton Manning touchdown passes is at 3. Vegas hates us in the game. So do a whole bunch of experts, but that is what keeps our group of guys ticking.

Check out the rest of the prop bets for the game:

San Diego at Denver

San Diego Chargers     +9
Denver Broncos            -9
Total                            55

Total Passing Yards – Peyton Manning (DEN)  
Over/Under                   325½

Total TD Passes – Peyton Manning (DEN)        
Over/Under                   3

Total TD Passes – Peyton Manning (DEN)        
0                      18/1
1                      6/1
2                      11/4
3                      2/1
4                      3/1
5 or more           9/2

Total Rushing Yards – Knowshon Moreno (DEN)         
Over/Under                   67½

Total Receiving Yards – DeMaryius Thomas (DEN)       
Over/Under                   87½

Total Receptions – DeMaryius Thomas (DEN)   
Over/Under                   5½

Total Receiving Yards – Eric Decker (DEN)       
Over/Under                   75½

Total Receptions – Eric Decker (DEN)   
Over/Under                   5

Total Passing Yards – Philip Rivers (SD)         
Over/Under                   265½

Total Receiving Yards – Keenan Allen (SD)      
Over/Under                   67½

Total Receptions – Keenan Allen (SD)  
Over/Under                   4½

Future Odds

Odds to win the 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII

Seattle Seahawks                      5/2
Denver Broncos                        13/5
San Francisco 49ers                  5/1
New England Patriots                8/1
Carolina Panthers                      11/1
New Orleans Saints                   12/1
San Diego Chargers                  12/1
Indianapolis Colts                      16/1