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  • By Winston Chung
    14 hrs ago 0 comments
    As the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs are less than a week away from the big game, sports books are meeting the heightened interest of the betting public by releasing a slew of proposition bets ranging from novelty props like the length of the national anthem, color of gatorade and whether Jennifer Lopez will show butt cleavage or not, in addition to the most comprehensive number of actual game, team and player props that one will see for any game all year long. Here we will discuss a strategy to consider for making prop bets on Super Bowl LIV. The...
  • By Gilbert Brink
    17 hrs ago 8 comments
    The people have spoken, and they think the Kansas City Chiefs beat the 49ers in Super Bowl 54. Ever since the match-up was set, the Chiefs were declared as slight favorites by Vegas and more convincing favorites by many media outlets. Look, we get it, the zeitgeist of the modern NFL values an exciting Quarterback over every other fact of the sport. Rewind the clock merely one month and Patrick Mahomes was already being replaced on the football altar by Baltimore's Lamar Jackson. The Titans spilled coffee on the 2019 NFL script when they eliminated the Ravens in the Divisional round, therefore the media had to turn to the backup Golden Boy, Patrick Mahomes. Many see the Chiefs as an unstoppable force. They make for great television. Dropping 51 points on a mediocre Texans team...
  • By Bret Rumbeck
    Jan 24, 2020 at 7:00 AM 2 comments
    Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens Brown paper packages tied up with strings These are a few of my favorite things. 'My Favorite Things.' Williamson Music. 1959. Rodgers, Richard & Hammerstein, Oscar. The San Francisco 49ers' offense was a joy to watch in 2019. Gone were the days of a collective stomach drop each time quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo dropped back and lofted a ball through the afternoon air. This year, the 49ers' offense had nerves of iron and souls of lightening. Garoppolo and the ten men in his huddle proved they could win games decisively or when the 49ers' defense was playing sluggish...
  • By Matt Andruscavage
    Jan 22, 2020 at 11:38 AM 5 comments
    Thank you to Pete Watt for the graphic and information Pete Watt over at a web site called Odds Checker has calculated and created a fantastic graphic that shows the odds from the start of the season all the way to the Super...
  • By Al Sacco
    Jan 22, 2020 at 8:47 AM 6 comments
    In many ways, the Super Bowl is the biggest media event of the year. With all the attention that gets paid to the game and the teams participating, it's no surprise that everyone seems to have an opinion or a "hot take" to bring some attention to himself or herself. One of the narratives that's currently floating around is that San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is some kind of a game manager who's just along for the ride. Garoppolo's detractors are pointing to the fact that he's only attempted 27 passes this postseason, and that his lack of opportunities has something to do with head coach Kyle Shanahan game planning around his signal caller. While the idea of Garoppolo being a liability is gaining steam with the misinformed, anyone who's actually...
  • By Winston Chung
    Jan 21, 2020 at 3:42 PM 3 comments
    The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs are set to play for all the marbles in Super Bowl (SB) 54 in Miami Gardens, Florida on Sunday February 2nd, 2020. Even though 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan was right when he said, "This is just a game," for fans and spectators it happens to be one of the biggest and most wagered upon games of the year and sports books respond to all of the public interest by providing a wide range of propositions to bet upon aside from the side and total. Here we discuss the odds and best bets for SB 54...
  • By Gilbert Brink
    Jan 21, 2020 at 8:50 AM 12 comments
    The 49ers championship window may be closing. That statement may sound absurd to most considering the 49ers will be playing in the Super Bowl next Sunday. Their meteoric rise in 2019 has the fanbase charged with optimism for the present and far into the future, as it should be. Peer into history though and you can see how important it is that the 49ers seize this opportunity to come away with their sixth championship. It doesn't take a football historian to point out how quickly a team can go from the top of the mountain to bottom of the trash heap. Just last year fans and media alike were glowing about the bright future of the LA Rams and how Sean McVay would be the new Bill Belichik. Here we are, a year later, and the Rams missed the playoffs, fired DC Wade Phillips and are...
  • By Winston Chung
    Jan 20, 2020 at 1:46 PM 1 comment
    After a week of media experts predicting a close game and insisting that the San Francisco 49ers would not be able to maul the Green Bay Packers twice in a season, the Niners went ahead and annihilated the Packers to the tune of 37-20 in an NFC Championship game that was never in doubt from start to finish and not as close as the final score. San Francisco's Quest for Six now travels to Miami Gardens, Florida for Super Bowl 54. Here we discuss the odds and analysis from a betting perspective. When: Sunday February 2nd, 2020 at 3:30 PM PST (FOX) Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida Line: 49ers +1, o/u 54 Kansas City Chiefs For the second straight playoff game, Kansas...
  • By Matt Andruscavage
    Jan 19, 2020 at 10:05 PM 1 comment
    The 49ers are headed to the Super Bowl after their 37-20 drubbing of the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game! Here are some initial reactions: 1) This Ground Game is Dominant Yeah, I'm sure most will agree with this point, but did anyone really see San Francisco steamrolling two playoff opponents on the back of its ground game, almost entirely? Jimmy Garoppolo threw EIGHT passes. EIGHT! The rushing attack ran 42 times for an eye-popping 285 yards and four touchdowns. Everyone knew what the 49ers were going to do, especially in the second half. It did not matter. Kyle Shanahan dared Mike Pettine to try and stop it. The Packers failed to stop the ground game on nearly every important snap. Raheem Mostert has really done a remarkable job...
  • By Matt Andruscavage
    Jan 18, 2020 at 3:53 PM 8 comments
    Despite nearly every media outlet, analyst, and opinion piece counting the San Francisco 49ers out the entire season, the team has stubbornly defied the odds and is now preparing to host the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game. In a remarkable turnaround from last season's 4-12 record, San Francisco has met every challenge and won several different ways en route to an NFC-best 13-3 record with home field advantage throughout the playoffs. Each week, much of the media presented a scenario where the 49ers would finally lose, finally meet their match, and not be able to compete. Each week, San Francisco responded, winning nearly every game or losing at the buzzer. Heading into the postseason, the narrative did not change. Jimmy Garoppolo and...
  • By Erik Utter
    Jan 18, 2020 at 1:35 PM 5 comments
    In Green Bay's Week 12 drubbing at the hands of the 49ers, the game was effectively over at 23-0 before their offense was able to put any points on the board. The Packers will need to have a radically different game plan this time around. Here are some adjustments I'm expecting Green Bay to make for the NFC Championship game. The Packers can get a lot more creative with Davante Adams. Adams is far and away the most dynamic Green Bay receiver; he led the team with 83 catches this season, while no other wide receiver had more than 35. And that's with him missing four games. Adams was targeted 12 times in the Week 12 encounter but was able to turn those targets into only 43 receiving yards. The 49ers were able to keep Adams from getting behind them for a big play, largely due to...
  • By Gilbert Brink
    Jan 17, 2020 at 9:06 AM 9 comments
    Football is the ultimate team game. This is one of the biggest clichés about America's favorite sport, but clichés often exist for a reason; they tend to be true. While a game of basketball can be dominated by one elite superstar, and a baseball game can be won by a pitcher who is unstoppable, a football game really cannot be won by a single player. Sure, a quarterback can take over a game, but he cannot do so unless his line blocks for him and his receivers catch passes and make plays with the ball in their hands. Running backs can carry the load, but without the offensive line opening holes to run through they would be stuck in first gear. No, football depends on all players on the field working in unison to accomplish a common goal. Without this harmony of intentions, a...
  • By Bret Rumbeck
    Jan 16, 2020 at 7:00 AM 1 comment
    The 2019 San Francisco 49ers have found ways to win 14 football games by any means necessary. If the defense was having a tough day, the 49ers' offense picked up the slack. If the offense was sluggish, the 49ers' defense would provide a spark or shut down the opposing offense. Special teams also played a key role, only allowing punt returners to gain 5.7 yards per return on 23 attempts. In the 49ers' victory over the Minnesota Vikings in the 2019 NFC Divisional playoff game, the offense's lopsided game plan proved to work. Head coach Kyle Shanahan called 47 runs against 19 passes. The strategy allowed the 49ers to dominate time of possession, racking up 21 first downs and control the pace of the game. The passing game was...
  • By Gilbert Brink
    Jan 14, 2020 at 10:28 AM 1 comment
    The San Francisco 49ers are at the doorstep of Super Bowl 54. Aaron Rodgers, Mike LaFluer and the Green Bay Packers are the last line of defense between the 49ers and an opportunity to bring home their 6th Lombardi Trophy. These two teams took the field in Santa Clara back on November 24th in prime-time for the world to see. The result, a drubbing to the tune of 37-8 as San Francisco dominated Green Bay from opening kickoff to the final victory formation. That blowout, strike it from the record. The 49ers aren't going to win this one by 29 points. In the second biggest game of the year, and the biggest game of many of these players' careers, expect the intensity to be high and the coaches to empty their bags of tricks for a trip to Miami on February 2nd. If Kyle Shanahan is...
  • By Winston Chung
    Jan 13, 2020 at 11:48 AM 0 comments
    The San Francisco 49ers returned to their dominating defensive form in a 27-10 suffocation of the Minnesota Vikings in the Divisional Playoff round. Now the Niners will try to beat the Green Bay Packers for the second time this season but with exponentially higher stakes in the NFC Championship game. Here we discuss the odds and analysis from a betting perspective. When: Sunday January 19th, 2020 at 3:40 PM PST (FOX) Where: Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, California Line: 49ers -7, o/u 45 Green Packers The Green Bay Packers' defense was able to muster a stop of Russell Wilson late in the 4th quarter and Aaron Rodgers was just able to make enough 3rd down conversions to hang on for...
  • By Matt Andruscavage
    Jan 12, 2020 at 3:29 PM 0 comments
    For the first time since around Thanksgiving, the San Francisco 49ers did not play in a game decided in the final 30 seconds! Instead, San Francisco controlled the game with a lead and lowered both the heart rates and blood pressure of the Faithful, defeating the Minnesota Vikings 27-10. Here are my takeaways from the 49ers' first playoff win in six seasons: 1) The Defense is Back After Minnesota answered San Francisco's impressive opening drive with a 41-yard touchdown pass to Stefon Diggs, there was a little uncertainty as to how the defense would hold up. It turned out to be the only big play allowed the entire day. The return of Jaquiski Tartt, Dee Ford and Kwon Alexander provided a major shot in the arm to a defense that had been...
  • By Bill Brown
    Jan 10, 2020 at 9:15 PM 6 comments
    The votes are in. The "experts" have spoken. It's almost unanimous. The 49ers are doomed, at least, that's the commentary many have offered for the upcoming Saturday playoff game between San Francisco and Minnesota. Is this an accurate assumption? The simple answer is no. A detailed answer takes a little more doing. This doesn't mean an upset is out of the question. Even the best teams can lose on any given game day. Last week's earthquake they called the Wild Card round certainly proved that anything is possible. What this does mean is that the 49ers, overall, have a better team and greater advantages than the Vikings. Let's look at seven advantages the 49ers have over the Vikings this weekend. 1. Overall Team...
  • By Matt Andruscavage
    Jan 10, 2020 at 1:44 PM 4 comments
    The playoffs are here and for the first time since the 2013 season, the San Francisco 49ers will not be preparing for the Draft or free agency, but rather, will be preparing to host the Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings are coming off an impressive win in New Orleans and have some momentum as they travel to California, poised for an upset. While it appears that many pundits are once again doubting the 49ers, implying this would not be an upset if Minnesota won, this is nothing new. The Niners have been considered underdogs or not good enough the entire season. They were Vegas underdogs in Week 2 in Cincinnati, if you can believe that! It doesn't matter. The 2019 San Francisco 49ers are far and away a legitamite contender, much improved over last season, and have the...
  • By Gilbert Brink
    Jan 10, 2020 at 8:01 AM 11 comments
    As soon as Kyle Rudolph snagged that fade from the sky in New Orleans, it began. The search for magic in a maze of logic. The #6 seed Minnesota Vikings were headed to Santa Clara to face the #1 seed San Francisco 49ers and the doubts, questions and concerns were rearing their ugly heads. Spend some time scrolling your newsfeed and you'll be quite surprised by the amount of people, whether they be media analysts, fans or former players, all picking the Vikings to win this game. The puzzling reasoning ranges from what happened in the 1988 playoffs to Minnesota's top ranked pass defense vs. TEs to Kirk Cousins "monkey off the back moment". Whatever the reason may be, you need not go far to find a fool doubting these 49ers. In a world filled with insanity, let us please return to reason. Take...
  • By Bret Rumbeck
    Jan 10, 2020 at 7:00 AM 0 comments
    Should a flying DeLorean ever arrive crashing into the driveway of an old San Francisco 49er fan's home, I'm guessing he or she would ask to go back and watch legendary quarterback Joe Montana play a night game at Candlestick Park. The old guard, the men, and women who'd bring red wine and grilled chicken into the stadium on a foggy night, still yearn for the day the 49ers revive the West Coast Offense and hoist another Lombardi Trophy into the night sky. Fortunately, new and old 49er fans are lucky to have head coach Kyle Shanahan calling plays from the shadowed sidelines of Levi's Stadium. Shanahan has been a masterful play-caller for the 49ers, especially after quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo took the reins of the offense. In his first...
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