Who is going to win between the Broncos and the Raiders on Thursday night?
The Raiders don't have much to play for, but of course they don't want to be humiliated at home and it's not like a game on Sunday where it can get lost in the shuffle. The Broncos have clinched the division so they are playing for the highest possible playoff seed.
The last line I saw is 10 points. Could be a blow out, but I think it will be closer than that. I'll guess Broncos 23 Raiders 17.
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