Nfl Picks Week 9
November 4, 2011 by staff
Nfl Picks Week 9, Green Bay has a 5-0 overall record against San Diego Chargers and will seek to remain the only unbeaten team in the NFL on Sunday. The Packers are 4-1 against the bye week under head coach Mike McCarthy. Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is enjoying an MVP-type year, leading the league with a 71.5 completion percentage and 20 touchdowns. “I always like to return to California,” said Rodgers. “It will be nice to play down there in San Diego.” The franchise has won 13 consecutive games, including playoffs, which serves as the longest in team history. Green Bay is 29-14 ATS in the last two seasons, while the ‘under’ is 23-21 in that span.
The Packers have outscored their opponents by a margin of 230-141, a difference of points ranks second in the league with the Detroit Lions. Green Bay leads all teams in scoring 32.9 points per game, the only team to score 24 points or more in every contest this season. Rodgers Brightness should not be underestimated, as his 125.7 passer rating through seven games ranked No. 3 in the league since 1970. Green Bay has scored points in 27 of 28 trips in the red zone, ranking second with 96.4 percent.
San Diego comes home from a trip that included three-game losing streak against New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs. The Chargers have been oppressed only once this year, dropping a 35-21 contest to the New England Patriots to get 6.5 points on the road. Quarterback Philip Rivers has not been himself this season, pulling the NFL with 11 interceptions, while his quarterback rating of control at No. 19 in the league. “We all know that Philip is one of the more competitive than I’ve ever met,” said head coach of the Chargers, Norv Turner. “I think it’s urgent.” San Diego is 10-9 ATS at home over the past two seasons and the “low” is 11-9 in those contests.
The Chargers continue to rank No. 6 in both total offense and defense this season, with the unit to stop the creation of four turnovers last week and the celebration of one of the best teams running at just 2.9 yards per carry. “Defensively, we played well for so long to stay in the game and give us an opportunity,” said Turner in practice this week. A short week is a leader in the preparation of the defending Super Bowl champions, as the team is dealing with key injuries, including Ryan Mathews (groin), Malcolm Floyd (hip) and Vincent Jackson (hamstring) .
Bettors are likely to return to the Chargers because of a 5-0 ATS as an underdog at home, but the Packers are 4-0 ATS in the last four games.
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