Bet on the LA Chargers - Find the Best Odds - Top Bonuses

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You can find the LA Chargers betting preview and latest odds for the upcoming season here.  BetUS offers a generous welcome bonus.  (max welcome bonus $2500)


Can The Chargers Really Compete Against The Chiefs?

The Chiefs pay out $3500 for every $100 bet to win the 2022 Super Bowl.

In the AFC West they will pay out $500 for every $100 bet to win the division.  They are a half point favorite over the Denver Broncos but KC is the odds on favorite to win at -250.

Athlon writes:

Herbert should have another dominant season, but there are plenty of unknowns with a new coaching staff. Staley says he wants to blend an offense with different schemes from across the NFL, but perhaps that makes things too complicated. This roster appears stacked on paper, but that’s been a repetitive theme for an organization that’s constantly snakebitten by injuries and comes up short in one-score games. This isn’t the first time general manager Tom Telesco has revamped the offensive line. He’s tried and failed multiple times. Herbert can be a top-10 quarterback, but there are many unknowns on this roster. The Chargers will be playoff contenders, but they’re a ways away from dethroning the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC West.

Team win Odds

(August 21, 2021)

5-9 -135

10-14 +100

0-4 +1000

15-17 +2500

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