2019 Los Angeles Chargers Betting – Odds to Win Super Bowl LIV

The Los Angeles Chargers had their best season in a decade and reached the playoffs for the first time in five years from going 12-4 last year. It was not good enough, nevertheless. Tied with Kansas City for its best record in the AFC, the Bolts were the odd team out Made to enter the postseason as the No. 5 seed, losing on the road in the Divisional Round. One way to make certain that doesn’t happen would be to win the AFC West outright, something that the Chargers haven’t completed since 2009. Little was achieved this offseason and the Bolts are counting on another productive year from Philip Rivers, that might not have many left.
2019 Los Angeles Chargers in a Glance
Chargers Super Bowl Odds: +1410
Chargers AFC Championship Odds: +692
Chargers AFC West Odds: +208
Chargers Regular Season Win Total: 9.5
A reduction to Denver through the middle of the season proved to be the difference between an AFC West crown and enjoying as a wild card. The Bolts dropped the tie-breaker using a worse division record than KC and were forced to hit the road for the playoffs even though they had a better record than every other team. Pleased with how things went last year, the Chargers did very little this offseason and will rely on the core of the group that generated 12 wins in 2018.
The ringleader is Philip Rivers, who enters his 16th season and has started every game since taking the role in 2006. At 37 4,308 had one of the best seasons projecting for 4,308 yards and 32 touchdowns while completing 68.3 percent of his moves. Receivers’ group is one of the best with Keenan Allen the target. The Bolts will also be optimistic a healthy Melvin Gordon can continue to contribute. Gordon averaged a career best 5.1 yards per carry but missed four games because of injury. The Chargers scored almost 27 points per game and must be even better with all their resources returning.
As great as they were the Chargers actually had a stout defense beneath Gus Bradley, ranking ninth in total defense and eighth in scoring defense. And they did this with Joey Bosa and Denzel Perryman each missing close to half the season. With those men back for the long haul along with former Carolina Panther Thomas Davis should create the Chargers tough to score again in 2019. Don’t expect them to go 7-1 on the road this season, which will interfere with their win total. But the Bolts are a strong club and Rivers does not have many opportunities left at playing in a Super Bowl.

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