- The total points for the game is set at 51.5 points.
- There are -120 odds for Justin Herbert to have Over 12.5 rushing yards.
- Derek Carr’s passing yard total is set at 281.5 yards.
LOS ANGELES – Week 4 of Monday Night Football will feature an AFC West divisional matchup between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Las Vegas Raiders. The Chargers are headed into the game as slight 3-point favorites but the Raiders are expected to keep it close the whole way through.
There are different game and player props on NFL sportsbooks to choose from including the game total and odds on both Justin Herbert and Derek Carr’s performance.
Los Angeles Chargers Vs. Las Vegas Raiders Game Total
Chargers Vs. Raiders Total Points
- Over 51.5 -110
- Under 51.5 -110
Even though a 51.5-point game total might seem like a tough one to cover, the Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders are two of the top offensive teams in the league. The Raiders are averaging 30 points per game to start the season while the Chargers are putting up 22 points per game.
The Over has hit in both of their meetings last season.
The Raiders have been scorching with the Over recently going 5-1 with it in their last six games against the AFC West division. The Chargers have also gone 5-1 with the Over in their last six games against a team with a winning record.
Justin Herbert Rushing Yard Total
- Over 12.5 -120
- Under 12.5 -110
Justin Herbert is one of the best in the league when it comes to moving out of the pocket if and when they feel the need.
He has hit the Over once this season and just barely missed it in Week 2 where he had 12 rushing yards. Last season when facing off against the Raiders, Herbert hit the Over both times going for 24 and 14 rushing yards.
The Raiders' defense against opposing quarterbacks has them as the second-worst in the league in quarterback rushing yards allowed at 123 yards. In their first three games, they allowed the opposing quarterback to go Over 12.5 rushing yards two times.
Derek Carr Passing Yard Total
- Over 281.5 -115
- Under 281.5 -115
Derek Carr is currently the passing yard leader this season as he has thrown for 1,203 passing yards averaging just north of 400 passing yards per game. However, it should not be mistaken that the Chargers pass defense is amongst the best in the league.
The Chargers are in the top 10 in fewest passing yards allowed per game at 201.7 yards. Last year, the Chargers did not allow the Over to hit in either matchup against the Raiders.
Even further, they have not allowed an opposing quarterback to go for over 260 yards this season, which includes names like Dak Prescott and Patrick Mahomes.
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