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DFS Fanduel NFL Picks 10/15/2017 Week 6 Los Angeles Chargers vs. Oakland Raiders

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The New York Giants are a mess this year and they have a ton of Injuries and the Chargers could take advantage of that this past week as they beat the Giants by a score of 27-22 on the road, to pick up their first win of the year. The Chargers have been decent on offense so far and it really had a good showing in their win against the Giants. The running game really had a good showing as they ran for 124 yards, with Melvin Gordon leading the way as he had 105 yards rushing in the game. The ground game has been one of the worst in the league so far, but getting that running game going really helped the passing game. Philip Rivers hit just 21 of 44 passes, but he did so for 258 yards with three TDs and one INT in the game. He has had a good career against the Raiders as he is 14-8 against them and has thrown for 245.5 ypg with 37 TDs and 18 INTs while posting a 93.0 QBR against them. That running game really needs to continue to play well as it opens throwing lanes for Rivers to hit some big plays downfield. The Defense for the Chargers have had mixed results this year as they have been very good against the pass, but their run defense has been the worst in the league and it played out that way against the Giants as they allowed just 183 yards passing, but 152 yards on the ground. That run defense really must be troubling, especially since the Giants can’t run the ball and now they must face Marshawn Lynch of the Raiders. The Chargers will need to fix that in a hurry. The Chargers have been decent on offense so far, this year as they come in ranked 11th in the league in total offense (345.6 ypg), 6th in passing (266.8 ypg), 29th in rushing (78.8 ypg) and 20th in scoring at 19.8 ppg. On defense, they have been poor as they come in ranked 24th in total yards allowed (351.4 ypg), 4th against the pass (190.2 ypg) and 32nd vs the run (161.2 ypg), while allowing 23.0 ppg, which is 21st in the league. The Oakland Raiders had such high hopes coming into this year and with good reason as they had a high-powered passing game with Derek Carr under center and they had upgraded their ground attack with the addition of Marshawn Lynch, plus they had an improved defense. The Raiders got off to a 2-0 start, but have lost their last three games in a row with the offense really struggling as they have averaged just 209 ypg and 12.3 ppg over those last three games. That is not good at all, but help is on the way as head coach Jack Del Rio has stated that Carr should be back in the lineup this week. Carr has left game four early with a back injury and missed last week’s loss to the Ravens at home. He has thrown for 753 yards with seven TDs and just two INTs on the year while posting a 101.2 QBR. Carr has gone 4-2 against the Bolts in his career and has thrown for 246.2 ypg with 11 TDs and four INTs while posting a QBR of 91.8 QBR in those games. The running game really needs to get going to help take pressure from Carr. Marshawn Lynch was expected to help the ground game, but he has run for just 194 yards in five games so far. He may get going in this one against the league’s worst run defense. The defense has struggled so far and a lot of that has been because of the inability of the offense to stay on the field for long drives. We will see if they can fix that against a good Chargers’ offense that has some confidence after last week’s win. Oakland enters this contest ranked 30th in the league in total offense (279.2 ypg), 26th in passing (188.6 ypg), 23rd in rushing (90.6 ypg) and 16th in scoring at 21.6 ppg. On defense, they come in ranked 23rd in total yards allowed (351.2 ypg), 18th against the pass (226.6 ypg) and 25th vs the run (124.6 ypg), while allowing just 21.6 ppg, which is 16th in the league. The Los Angeles Chargers are off their first win of the year and it came on the road where they may have more success this year as their home fans just haven’t been supporting them. They will be taking on a Raiders team that has lost their last three games in a row and have looked bad in doing so, but Oakland will be getting back QB Derek Carr for this one and their run game may be effective against a porous San Diego run defense that has allowed 161.2 ypg on the ground so far. Still, I feel the Chargers can keep this one close. They have a very good offense, while the Raiders have struggled on defense and even Carr did really struggle against the Redskins in his last game prior to injury. The Chargers have a weak run defense, but one of the best pass defenses in this league. I do look for LA to play better on the road than at home and Rivers and company should have what it takes to keep the game close.

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