Tennessee Titans at San Diego Chargers- 11/6/16 NFL Pick, Odds, and Prediction
Tennessee Titans (4-4) at San Diego Chargers (3-5)
NFL Football: Sunday, November 6, 2016 at 4:25 pm (Qualcomm Stadium)
The Line: San Diego Chargers -4 -- Over/Under: 48.5 See the Latest Odds
The San Diego Chargers look to get back in the win column as they have a big home field matchup with the Tennessee Titans on Sunday afternoon.
The Titans are coming off a big Thursday night win against the Jacksonville Jaguars last week and will look to carry their forward momentum into a road date with the Chargers and will need another big effort from their ground game if they’re going to keep this one close. Demarco Murray has been excellent all season long for the Titans and has really enjoyed a resurgence after an off year in Philadelphia last season and with Derrick Henry having his best game as a pro last weekend I think it is safe to say the Titans have an excellent running attack. Marcus Mariota will go head to head with Phillip Rivers in a game that has the makings of a potential shootout and a line right now that has the home side favoured by more than a field goal.
USA TODAY Sports
The Chargers meanwhile remain one of the more exciting teams to watch week in and week out but can’t always turn that into wins as they are 3-4 on the year and sit in last place in the AFC West heading into Sunday’s encounter with the Titans. The Chargers of course are led by Rivers behind centre and the resurgent Melvin Gordon who has been excellent in his sophomore season, but the injury big continues to eat away at the Chargers receiving corps as the carousel continues heading into this weekend.
The Titans are 4-11 ATS in their last 15 road games and 1-6 in their last seven ATS in November while the Chargers are 8-1 ATS in their last nine following a loss and 8-2 ATS in their last 10 against the AFC. This is a great home spot for the Chargers as their offense is playing very well and while Tennessee may keep it close in the first half I think the Chargers pull away in the second.