Denver Broncos at San Diego Chargers
Qualcomm Stadium – San Diego, California

Sunday, November 10, 2013, 4:25 pm Eastern, TV: CBS, NFL Sunday Ticket
Opening Line: Denver -7
Current Line: Denver -7 (+105)
Opening Total: 56 1/2
Current Total: 57 1/2
Opening Money Line: Broncos -280 / Chargers +230
Current Money Line: Broncos -265 / Chargers +235

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San Diego Chargers at Jacksonville Jaguars
Sunday, 12/5/11, 8:30 PM EST, TV:  ESPN
Opening Point Spread:  San Diego -3
Current Betting Line:  San Diego -3
Opening Total:  41
Current Total:  39
Odds Courtesy of Bookmaker

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Jacksonville Jaguars at New York Jets
Sunday, 9/18/11, 1:00 PM EST, TV:  CBS
Opening Point Spread:  NY Jets -10
Current Betting Line:  NY Jets -9
Opening Total:  37.5
Current Total:  38.5
Odds Courtesy of Bookmaker

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Update: Forget about everything I wrote below. Reportedly, Lane Kiffin is leaving Tennessee for USC. Apparently the Trojans are determined to suck. Brutal.

There is precisely one thing that, in my eyes, USC absolutely could  not afford to have happen – have the first coach they offer the job to turn it down. That’s just what appears to have happened today, though. Jack Del Rio is reportedly sticking around with the Jacksonville Jaguars for at least another year. He’ was a star linebacker back in the day for USC, and he even won a Rose Bowl MVP, so he has ties to the program even if he doesn’t have college coaching experience. He’s not actually saying that he was offered the job, but the rumors are plentiful enough and strong enough that we can assume he was.

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For the most part, being a NFL head coach is not a place to be for long term job stability. The odd guy lasts forever, but for the most part they have precious little time – usually too little – to try to prove themselves before they get replaced by the next big thing. This season will be no different than others – some really bad coaches, and a few pretty good ones, will run out of time. The stakes are particularly high for coaches this year because of all the talent that is on the sidelines waiting for an opportunity – MikeShanahan, Jon Gruden, Bill Cowher, and so on. If I was anyone of these guys I would be looking over my shoulder all year:

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