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San Diego Chargers Daily Links: Bolts are underdogs in Denver

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What the Broncos are Saying About the Bolts - Ricky Henne and Hayley Elwood
"It all starts with Philip Rivers. You can’t overlook Philip and the type of quarterback that he is and the type of decision making that he does. You really just can’t overlook that. It starts and it ends with Philip. They’ve had all types of injuries and they’re still a great team, probably one of the hottest teams in the National Football League right now and it all starts with Philip Rivers" – OLB Von Miller

Spread Picks for NFL Week 8 - Eric Eager
Prediction: Broncos win by 5. Just two weeks after beating the Broncos at home, the Chargers head to Denver with another impressive win (at Atlanta) in their back pocket. As in the first meeting, the success (or lack thereof) of the Broncos’ offense will largely determine the outcome of this matchup.

Chargers TE Hunter Henry questionable with concussion - Eric Williams
"They’ve definitely proven throughout this year that they’re a top defense," Henry said. "And so it’s tough going against them twice, especially in this short of time frame, just seeing them two weeks ago.

Week 8 NFL betting cheat sheet - NFL Vegas Experts (insider)
This line opened with Denver -6 and -6.5, depending on where you were shopping, but sharp money drove it down early with the public joining the fun.

Nose tackle Brandon Mebane anchors Chargers' improved run defense - Eric Williams
"He’s somebody that does everything that you ask of him, from the standpoint of leadership in the locker room and in the meeting room," Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano said. "With his physical presence inside, he’s hard to block. All I know is when you watch him go against people, they’ve got their work cut out for them, and that’s the type of presence he brings to our run defense."