Green Bay Packers versus San Francisco 49ers NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The late afternoon game from week one of the NFL will feature an outstanding matchup as the Green Bay Packers hit the road to face the San Francisco 49ers in a pro football game scheduled for Sunday September 8th. The Packers and 49ers will get things started from San Francisco at 4:25PM Eastern Time and FOX TV will provide the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side San Francisco 49ers favored by -4 ½ points with an over under line set at 49 ½ points. Those wagering the money line on San Francisco will lay -220 odds with the return on the road underdog Green Bay Packers at +180 odds on the money line.

The teams met twice last season with the 49ers winning each contest. To open up the 2012 campaign the 49ers traveled into Green Bay and came away with the 30-22 road victory against the Packers as a +6 point betting odds underdog. San Francisco was able to run for 186 yards on the Green Bay defense. They met again in an NFC Divisional round playoff as the 49ers earned the 45-31 home victory as a -3 point favorite and the total going over 45 points. There is a strong trend towards the over as the game gave played over the listed number in five straight games. San Francisco enters this game with injury concerns. Wide out Michael Crabtree early in camp suffered a torn Achilles’ during OTA’s and will be lost for most if not all of the season. Mario Manningham had an ACL and PCL tear in camp and will miss at least the first half of the season. These were two impact players in the 49ers passing game from their Super Bowl appearance team in 2012. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers may have some help in their passing game as the team drafted running backs Eddie Lacy and Johnathan Franklin this year and will look to bring some needed production for the Packers that is badly needed on the ground.

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