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NFC West’s San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks set up a mouth-watering clash in the latest instalment of their rivalry!
Russell-bloody-Wilson. In what a lot of bettors are predicting will be an MVP year, Wilson is positively cooking at the moment. A late comeback from the Cardinals aside, it’s off the back of his scintillating form that the Seahawks (5-1) are installed as favorites for this one. The 49ers also come off a commanding win over a poor Patriots outfit.
Let’s break this down a bit and identify where YOU can be the real winner out of this NFC West rivalry clash. If you need more in-depth analysis, our NFL Bet Hub has all the information you need to make the play.
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The 49ers open the week as 3-point underdogs. When they’ve opened as underdogs by this much or more they’ve gone on to lose more often than not. In total, they are 4-3 ATS (against the spread) while Seattle is 4-2 ATS. The Seahawks have covered their 3-point or more spread on 3 of 5 occasions this year. Here’s the value bet for this market.
Note: The line has moved big time on gme day, with the Seahawks now 1-point favorites!
The Seahawks enter Week 8 as the league’s highest-scoring team and whether they can continue to live up to this stat will go a long way to determining the over/under for this one. Set at 53.5 total points early in the week, our model is predicting both teams will have the scoring potential to overcome this.
The books are giving San Fran a bit more of a chance than DimersBOT is giving them credit for. There’s good value presented in a Seahawks win at home.
🏈 Dimers' take-out
It goes without saying that we’ll be watching Wilson very closely this weekend. But who are the others to look out for? Our supercomputer is projecting George Kittle (SF) and D.K Metcalf (SEA) to have a big game in the red zone. Make the most of these picks with our brilliantly-compiled list of NFL promos for this week, here.
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