San Francisco 49ers versus Atlanta Falcons NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The 2013 NFC Champions will feature the San Francisco 49ers will back east to face the Atlanta Falcons with the winner playing in the Super Bowl in two weeks. The 49ers and Falcons will begin from the Georgia Dom in Atlanta Georgia 3:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by FOX.

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The current NFL odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team San Francisco 49ers favored by -4 points with an over under line of 48 ½ points. A money line wager on the San Francisco 49ers will return -195 odds with the home underdog Atlanta Falcons returning +165 odds to pull off the upset win with the points no factoring wagering.

The 49ers are the favorites in the NFC Championship game despite dropping two of their past three road games. On December 23rd the 49ers visited Seattle and were blown out by the score of 42-13 as a +2 ½ point underdog. In early December it was San Francisco losing to the St Louis Rams in overtime by the score of 16-13 as a -7 ½ point favorite. Their win during this span came against New England on the road 41-34 as a +4 point underdog. On the strength of Patriots mistakes the 49ers opened up a 31-3 lead early in the third quarter only to see New England rally to make it a 31-31 time with over six minutes remaining. The 49ers hosted the Green Bay Packers in last week NFC Divisional Round playoff game and earned the 45-31 win and covering as a -3 point favorite. Atlanta has been difficult to defeat on their home stadium the past few seasons. Atlanta is 21-5 straight up at home in their past 26 contests. This season the Falcons went 8-1 at the Georgia Dome with the only loss coming in week seventeen to Tampa Bay. The loss can be labeled as meaningless as the Falcons had already clinched home field advantage throughout the playoffs. Atlanta eliminates Seattle in the NFC Divisional round last week by a 30-28 margin as a -3 point favorite. The Falcons blow a 27-7 third quarter lead and rally down 28-27 in the closing seconds on the strength of two clutch throws by Matt Ryan to set up the game winning field goal.

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