Three weeks of the reguolar season to go and the battle for play off spots and seedings is intense. Here at the best of the week’s betting opportunities on the point spread

LA Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs

A crucial game in the AFC West as two 7-6 teams at the top of the division meet.After a terrible start,losing their first four games, the Chargers have now won six in a row finally turning some of their talent into results. The Chiefs meanwhile arrested their slump with a facile win over the Raiders last weekend. This should be a close game and I like the Chargers -2 at 10/11 to take them a long way towards the divisional title here

LA Rams at Seattle Seahawks

The first placed Rams,in the middle ofa massive turnround uinder their new coaches after the disappointments of recent seasons visit second placed Seahawks, perennial division winners, in a key NFC West divisional game this weekend.

Both teams come into the game noff losses, the Rams at home to the Eagles in a fine close game and the Seahawks falling to the Jaguars and their mean defense in Florida

The Seahawks are hugely reliant on quarterback Rssell Wilson on offense and are badly injury hit on defense which is their famed strength. The Seattle defense can survive the loss of Sherman/Chancellor, but their depth behind newly injured Wright/Wagner at linebacker is far weaker and might not be survivable with Rams coming to town and so much playoff probability on the line, considering their earlier losses to Green Bay and Atlanta with whom they are battling for a play off spot

I like the Rams +2 at 10/11 here

Arizona Cardinals at Washington Redskins

Arizona have fallen out of contetion since their quarterback injury despite a strong defense. They did though beat the Titans last weekend while the Redskins were well beaten by the Chargers in LA and their season has faded away with a long injury list on both sides of the ball

The Cardinals travel as 4.5 point underdogs at 10/11 and i like them to cover and possibly even win in this battle of two under-acheiving teams