Las Vegas puts 49ers at 4.5 wins in 2017

May 1, 2017 at 12:58 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers got their new general manager and head coach. John Lynch and Kyle Shanahan navigated the team through free agency and just completed the selection process of their first draft class – the building blocks for what they are trying to build in San Francisco.

Following the release of the 2017 NFL schedule last month, Las Vegas oddsmakers made the 49ers 4-point home underdogs to the Carolina Panthers in the season opener.

Now that the 2017 NFL Draft is in the books, how many wins do Las Vegas oddsmakers give the 49ers during the coming season? The over/under regular season win total for the 49ers has been set at 4.5 victories according to the South Point Race and Sports Book.

That total is tied for last in the league with the Cleveland Browns, who owned the top overall selection on Thursday. Experts have given the 49ers high marks for their draft haul but everyone acknowledges that the process of rebuilding the team will take time and cannot be done over one offseason.

The highest point total went to the New England Patriots with 11.5 wins. The sports book also predicted that the Seattle Seahawks would take the NFC West division crown in 2017.






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