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Thursday Night Football Picks – Play The Raiders

December 4th, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

Yes I know, this is supposed to be a football blog, not a football gamblers come here for a free pick blog. But hey, the Raiders are short on news, and I feel like writing.

The line for Thursday Night Football’s matchup between the Raiders and Chargers opened at San Diego -10.5. Since then, the line has steadily dropped, and the San Diego spread to cover has steadily dropped to about -8.5 to -9.5 depending which sportbook you goto. 

San Diego has been absolutely dreadful as of late and hasn’t won a game by more than 1-point since October 12th against the New England Patriots. Although the Raiders have been facing offensive issues, they play their division tough.

Tonight’s Thursday Night Game Pick: Play the Raiders with the points.

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