The Falcons lost their fifth game of the season against Los Angeles.
Jake and Dan discuss the week 9 Los Angeles Chargers victory over the Atlanta Falcons. They discuss Justin Herbert, Derwin James, Keenan Allen, Joey Bosa, Khalil Mack, Austin Ekeler, Mike Williams, Nasir Adderley, Rashawn Slater, Corey Linsley and Josh Palmer. They also discuss Chargers Head Coach Brandon Staley and the rest of the Chargers coaching staff. The podcast is hosted by Jake Hefner and Daniel Wolkenstein from the LAFB Network.
Cameron Dicker kicked a game-ending field goal for the Los Angeles Chargers. He was signed as a free agent Thursday and activated Sunday in place of injured Dustin Hopkins. It was only Dickers second NFL game. The Chargers are going to set the NFL record for game balls to a kicker. Atlanta Falcons lost 20-17 to the Chargers, who survived a bizarre fumble by Austin Ekeler with 34 seconds remaining. Ta'Quon Graham also fumbled while returning the ball. Atlanta's loss prevented the Falcons from moving above .500 for first time since 2017.
Atlanta Falcons and Los Angeles Chargers are playing each other in the NFL on Sunday. Los Los Alester is coming off a bye week and last played against Seattle. Atlanta is 4-4 after an overtime victory versus the Panthers. The Chargers won against the Texans, Browns and Broncos. Andrew is going with the Chargers. They are 9-3 ATS in their last 13 road games. Falcons are 6-2 AATS in last 8 games overall. LA is 7-1 AET in its last 9 games on grass. Andrew's free pick is Los LA Chargers -3.0.
The Los Angeles Chargers and Atlanta Falcons are playing each other on Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Chargers have won the last two games against the Falcons. Keenan Allen is injured and he's questionable for this game. Atlanta is 4-4 overall and 6-2 against spread. The under is also 4 of the 5 times in the meetings between the two teams. Los Angles Chargers are 9-5 in their last 13 road games. Falcons' offense is averaging 25 points per game, but their defense is giving up 25.6 points.
Keenan Allen is out of Sunday's game against the Atlanta Falcons with a hamstring injury. He missed the team's first five games with the same injury, but he played in the 7th game and caught two passes for 11 yards. Allen has been selected to the Pro Bowl in each of the last five years. The Chargers offense is already depleted after losing offensive tackle Rashawn Slater for the season with biceps injury and Mike Williams with high ankle sprain. Joshua Palmer, DeAndre Carter, Jason Moore Jr. and Michael Bandy will be Justin Herbert's top targets until he returns.
The Los Angeles Chargers host the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday afternoon. The Falcons are the NFC South leaders. Los Angles is in the AFC wild card hunt. Justin Herbert and Marcus Mariota are playing quarterback for the Chargers. Mariotta won the Heisman Trophy and was drafted by the Ducks. Herbert is injured. The Chargers are 4-3 and in possession of the final wild-card spot.
The Los Angeles Chargers are 4-3 and have started the season poorly. They have a good away record of 2-1, but they are playing the first-place Falcons. The Falcons are the against-the-spread darlings of the NFL and they have won three of their four games at home.
The Los Angeles Chargers are field goal favorites over the Atlanta Falcons in Week 9. Los Angles has the rest advantage coming off a bye week. Atlanta holds a lot of momentum after taking over first place in the AFC South.
Los Angeles Chargers are 4-3 and second in the AFC West. Los Angeles lost to Seattle Seahawks 37-23 in Week 8. The Chargers have won 2-6 SU in their last 8 matches against Atlanta. The total went OVER in 5 of the Chargers’ last 6 matches on the road.
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The Falcons are the NFC South-leading team. The Chargers are 4-3 and have been plagued by injuries. They are hoping to turn things around in the second half of the season.
The Chargers are 4-3 on the year and the Falcons are 5-4. The last time the teams met on December 13, 2020, the Chargers won 20-17. Vegas Odds has the best NFL predictions for the game.
The Los Angeles Chargers are on the road to play the Atlanta Falcons in a must-win game. The Chargers need to win to keep their momentum coming out of the bye week. Atlanta is a 4-4 team and the Chargers 4.3. Vegas expects a high-scoring game with the over/under total of 49.5 points. The Bolts are going to need a win in order to avoid a slide to 4th place in the AFC West. They are also going with a better spread than the Falcons. I'm going for the Bolted -3 and over 49 points instead of -166. It's a game that could be decided by a field goal or more.
The Atlanta Falcons are 4-4 this season and are trying to keep their place at the top of the NFC South standings. They play Los Angeles Chargers at Mercedes-Benz Stadium this week. DraftKings Sportsbook offers $5 bet on either team to win and $200 in free bets.
The Los Angeles Chargers are off their bye and they are playing in Atlanta. The Chargers lost to the Seahawks in Week 7. They have a lot of injuries, including QB Justin Herbert, WRs Mike Williams and Keenan Allen, and a running back Cordarelle Patterson. On the other hand, the Falcons are unbeaten and in first place in the NFC South.
The Los Angeles Chargers are the favorites against the Atlanta Falcons. The game is scheduled for November 6, 2022 at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Los Angles Chargers lost their last game against Seattle Seahawks 37-23. Atlanta won their previous game 37, 34 against Carolina Panthers.
The Los Angeles Chargers and Atlanta Falcons will play each other in Week 9 on November 6, 2022 at 1:00 PM ET on FOX. The game's over/under is currently listed at 49.5.
The 2022 NFL season has already produced some surprises and plenty of drama. Bookmakers and sports fans are always looking ahead. The interconference games are good opportunities to evaluate the relative merits of the AFC and the NFC. In week nine, we can look forward to a fascinating battle between two teams that have both had relatively strong starts to the 2022 season.