Prop Bets Payday: Los Angeles Chargers at Las Vegas Raiders live stream

@$#WATCH ))Los Angeles Chargers at Las Vegas Raiders live stream

The Los Angeles Chargers (4-9) face off with the Las Vegas Raiders (7-6) 
Thursday for the Week 15 clash at Allegiant Stadium beginning at 8:20 p.m. 
Below, we’ll give you five player/team prop 
bets to consider from the BetMGM game menu.
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Chargers at Raiders TNF prop bet predictions

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Raiders -0.5 (+100) 1st quarter spread

The Raiders haven’t been off to strong start recently, 
since they’ve lost or tangled up in the last three quarters. 
However, in the last three home games, they scored record 
of 28 points while only allowing 20 points in the first period. 

And the last time they faced the Chargers, at SoFi Stadium in Week 9, they held a 7-0 lead after 15 minutes.

The Chargers have lost or tied after the first quarter in 
six of their last seven contests, outscoring 51-20 in the span.
Raiders QB Derek 
Carr OVER 15 


The juice is bit more than want to 
lie back, but it’s solid tip on Thursday night.
First of all, RB Josh Jacobs has been little banged up 
recently and really wasn’t himself in lot of games in the past. 
But you’re asking Carr to throw the 
ball early and sometimes against the Bolts. 
At the first meeting, 31-26 victory 
for the Raiders, Carr just shot 23 times. 
It’s just 
165 yards, though. 
However, the seasoned quarterback also had two tds in his five-point victory, and he had two 
or more touchdowns in three of his previous four outings, and nine of his past 12.

Chargers QB Justin Herbert OVER 279.5 pass yards (-105)

Herbert has been hoisting the ball up frequently in his rookie season. He took over for the injured QB Tyrod Taylor in Week 2 and he hasn’t looked back. Since that Week 2 start, he has 278 or more yards in nine of his 12 appearances, and he had 326 yards against the Raiders in the first meeting on Nov. 8.

Chargers QB Justin Herbert OVER 38.5 pass attempts (+105)

You’ve heard the term “drive the wheels off of it” for a car, right? The Chargers are using the “pass until the arm falls off it” philosophy with their rookie quarterback. He is going to need to socially distance himself from working out this offseason, and just go find a cold pool to rest in for a few weeks.

Herbert enters this game second in the NFL with 499 passing attempts across 12 games, which equates to roughly 42 per outing. That’s exactly how many attempts he had in the first meeting, and he has had 44 or more attempts in each of his past four. As far as this prop is concerned, he would have won it in seven of the past eight outings.

Chargers WR Keenan Allen anytime touchdown (-140)

Keenan Allen is one of the favorites in this game to score at least one touchdown and for good reason. He has visited the end zone in six of his past seven games, including the first meeting with the Silver and Black. He also has a score in four consecutive road contests.

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