NFC Championship 2014 Betting Odds – San Francisco vs. Seattle

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NFC Championship 2014 Betting Odds – San Francisco vs. Seattle

NFC Championship 2014 betting odds for San Francisco vs. Seattle were available at Bookmaker.  Bet this game LIVE, every play, every minute as the game is happening at Bookmaker here Also qualify to receive up to $2500 in FREE BETS.

The line on this game has moved up to -4 in favor of Seattle at Bookmaker.  This is great value for the 75 percent who are backing San Francisco.  Most books still had the number at -3 so lock in San Francisco +4 at Bookmaker now.

Here is a pretty amazing stat: The home team has won 9 of the last 10 in this series.  San Francisco we should note has won 5 of the last 7 in this series. 

The total on this game is 38.5 with the OVER seeing 65 percent of the betting action.  86 percent of those betting the money line were backing San Francisco to win outright with a potential payout of $17 for every $10 bet.

- Dan Shapiro,

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