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September 11, 2017

There is one pick tonight.

Long-term clients will recall that NFL has made us great money over the years and can be confident of more of the same this season. We don't always get off to the best start since Week 1 is often the toughest to predict but it has never held us back from enlarging bankrolls. We're naturally disappointed with the start to the season but are convinced that this will be another highly profitable season. Sports Profit System's track record in this sport over the years (fully documented and verified) is virtually unrivaled and will be right up there again come the end of the season! We urge new SPS clients to see the 'big picture' and stay the course to reap the rewards.
 

Take LA Chargers +3 spread against Denver Broncos for 3% of the bankroll.

The Chargers aren't a San Diego team anymore but they are very familiar with the trip to Denver to play the Broncos at Sports Authority Field. They want to get off to a winning start in the division and have an experienced QB in Phillip Rivers that gives them a chance to do so. Rivers is the unquestioned leader of the franchise and will have his troops ready for this divisional matchup. We believe they are live underdogs in this contest and wouldn't be surprised if they left Mile High as outright winners. This is likely to be a closely contested game and if that's the case, the 3 extra points that are being handed to us could prove extremely precious.

Anthony Lynn is the new head coach of the Chargers and those that are familiar with him are expecting big things in the near future. Head coaching opportunities are extremely rare for former running backs but Lynn has already bucked that trend. He turned Buffalo Bills into one of the best rushing teams in the league and now has a task on his hands in Los Angeles given that the Chargers ranked dead last in NFL in a number of rushing categories last year! We believe Melvin Gordon and company will benefit from his presence and schemes as he looks to make LA's offense more unpredictable. In recent years, it's been on Rivers far too often to dish it out through the air with little run game to support him. This year we expect the Chargers to become a better rushing team which will in turn create passing lanes for the QB and his receivers. 

The Broncos have a new coach of their own and a new defensive co-ordinator as well after Wade Phillips left for LA Rams! The Super Bowl winning team from two years ago was built around an extremely stingy defense created by Phillips. They will still have a good D this year but with Wade Phillips gone and a couple of players as well, we expect them to take a step backward in that regard. They will still have a solid defense but will no longer be among the elite in that category. Against what could be a more unpredictable Chargers offense than they've seen in recent years, we'll see if any early-season cracks show up.

Trevor Siemian and Demaryius Thomas will both play in this game but neither are 100%. Both are still working their way back from injuries and could need a bit of time to shake off the rust. Siemian is actually a better quarterback in our opinion than most people give him credit. He doesn't 'look' like your typical athlete, somewhat lacking in size and that means the media tends to underestimate him but all in all, he's a serviceable QB for someone with so little experience. Having said that, the Chargers defense is improved from last year and we expect them to put some pressure on him. If he can't link up with Emmanuel Sanders as he often did last year, he could be in for a rough night. All the pressure of course is on the Broncos in this game, playing at home, in front of a demanding crowd that expects them to win this game. We believe LA can play more loose and free and should find a way to cover the spread even if they fall just short of the outright win.




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