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San Francisco 49ers vs Seattle Seahawks NFC Title Game Odds

Seattle Seahawks: In position to win NFC

Seattle has done everything possible to get the NFC title game in its own backyard this weekend. Not only were they nearly unbeatable at home, they also played like champions when on the road. Now, they are just one win from the Super Bowl when they host their NFC West rivals on Sunday. Seattle has a knack for starting fast when the 49ers are in town, so Sunday’s game could be out of reach very early for San Francisco if things get out of control. The Seahawks will rely on Russell Wilson’s arm and Marshawn Lynch’s legs to secure the conference championship.

San Francisco 49ers: Trying for two straight titles

San Francisco is appearing in its third straight NFC title game and looking for its second consecutive crown. A win this year would be very impressive, since it would come over their division rivals and on the road. Nothing would make head coach Jim Harbaugh and his crew happier than a win over Pete Carroll and the Seahawks in front of their raucous crowd. San Francisco will need a solid game from quarterback Colin Kaepernick and running back Frank Gore. Michael Crabtree will need to find a way to beat one of the best secondary units in the league if the Niners want to win this contest.

On Sunday afternoon we visit the online sportsbook found at SportsBetting.ag to find the line for this year’s NFC title game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks in Washington. Despite the last two games played between these two teams in Seattle being blowouts, the Seahawks are just 3.5-point favorites in this contest. We cannot help but wonder how much it will take for the Niners to win this game on the road. Seattle is just such a strong home team, especially with their loud crowd. This is why we will bet 15 percent of our bankroll on the Seahawks to grab the win at -3.5 (-110) on Sunday.

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