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November wraps up with many interesting games this coming Sunday at different cities in the United States. At M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, the Ravens welcome San Diego Chargers. Currently, Baltimore holds a 7-4 record and will be hosting this crucial game after a couple of very important victories versus the Titans and more recently over the Saints.
On a different note, today Ravens Forsett was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for the second game in a row (in weeks that he’s played). It’s the fourth award Ravens players have racked up this season. Forsett has won AFC Player of the Week twice, quarterback Joe Flacco got the same award once (Week 6 vs. Bucs) and linebacker C.J. Mosley was named the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the Month for October.
source: Baltimore Ravens Official Site
The San Diego Chargers also hold a similar record of 7-4 and arrive carrying over two consecutive wins in the past weeks so there is no doubt this will be a super thrilling clash to watch on Sunday despite the cold weather forecast.
As of this week, the Chargers tasks ahead look pretty tough and will test the team´s skills and endurance. The Chargers’ upcoming opponents in order, the Ravens (7-4), Patriots (9-2), Broncos (8-3), 49ers (7-4) and Chiefs (7-4) certainly boast a combined winning percentage of 69 percent.
San Diego´s main advantage is to have a healthy roster with players like: Philip Rivers, who looked healthy against the Rams last Sunday. His 101.4 passer rating is fifth in the NFL and trails only Peyton Manning (101.4, third) among quarterbacks left on the schedule. Behind Rivers are Tom Brady (101.0, sixth), Alex Smith (92.7, 14th), Joe Flacco (92.6, 15th) and Colin Kaepernick (92.1, 17th).
Here are some of the latest betting odds for this game:
San Diego Chargers +7 46o
Baltimore Ravens -7 46u **Note these odds tend to change as we get closer to game time
Furthermore, the Giants will be on the road this weekend to visit Jacksonville and its Jaguars. The Giants blew a big chance at redemption in front of a national television audience last weekend on Sunday Night Football, letting the Dallas Cowboys steal a win as they snuck out the back door at MetLife Stadium.
Their dismal record of 3-8 truly places the Giants in a very tough spot, but if New York is to get the pass rush on track, this would be the game to do it. No team has allowed more sacks than the Jaguars have, giving up 43 through 11 games in 2014.
If interested in doing some betting this coming weekend. These are some of the most recent betting odds:
NY Giants -2.5 44.5o
Jacksonville Jaguars +2.5 44.5u
**Note these odds tend to change as we get closer to game time
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