San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Line (Anticipated)

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Jan/20/2013
San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Line (Anticipated)

Gambling911.com has created its own San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl line based on regular season team ratings.  This is just an anticipated line forecast prior to the completion of the AFC Championship game with the actual game line betable at SportsBettingOnline.com, which is offering same day payouts and up to 10 percent cash back weekly WIN or LOSE with no rollover requirement – Just bet minimum 5 times per week

Should San Francisco play Baltimore, the line would likely be 49ers -6.  *Update:  Online books opening line on this game was 49ers -5 and eventually settling in at -4 by Monday morning.   You can bet the 2013 Super Bowl here.

Should San Francisco play New England, the line should be Patriots -1, however, Gambling911.com anticipates that the oddsmakers will shade this number up to -2.5. 

“It is possible the oddsmakers will set a line at -3.5 but this will be a dangerous number,” expressed Don Shapiro of Gambling911.com.  “These teams are evenly matched but public perception might result in the number being a bit off in favour of New England.”

The 49ers rallied from a 17 point deficit to beat Atlanta 28-24 on the road to win their first NFC Championship since 1995. 

"This is what we play for. We play for this moment," 49ers tight end Vernon Davis  said. "We put in all the hard work and get the opportunity to play on the big stage. So, it's not about me. It's all about the team."

The 49ers pulled off the biggest comeback victory in an NFC Championship Game, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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