The Vegas NFL Odds For 49ers and Packers Matchup

The Vegas NFL Odds will be out in the next few days for week 1′s match-up.  Many sports bettors will make the mistake in gambling on emotion instead of making their NFL Picks on the Vegas NFL odds before gathering the right information.  Vegas Sports Cappers is a website who is very organized in gathering information before the Vegas NFL Odds actually come out.  The give their NFL Picks against the Spread and the their analyzation on the NFL Odds to their sports betting clients.  See below as they review the future Vegas NFL Odds and NFL Picks Predictions on the 49ers vs the Packers game.

San Francisco 49ers at Green Bay Packers Vegas NFL Odds Review

NFL Odds are out and Vegas NFL Odds have the Packers as 6-point favorites as they host the San Francisco 49ers with a total of 45. These 2 teams were a couple of the best last season and this season according to Vegas Odds the Packers have the best odds to win the NFC while the 49ers have the 2nd best odds.

NFL Odds Week 1 – 49ers at Packer 

The Packers vs. 49ers game may be THE game in week 1 in this NFL season and after this off-season draft the ESPN NFL Power Rankings at #3 and the 49ers at #5.

One of the main reasons NFL Odds has the Packers as the favorites in this game is that they have such a great passing offense. Aaron Rodgers has one of the better WR corps in the league and TE Jermichael Finley is a legit pass-catching Tight End. CB Carlos Rogers is solid, but after him there are issues in the secondary. Last season the 49ers only ranked 16th in the league in pass defense.  This year says that the NFL Picks against the Spread will tend to trend more on the under because of the Niners having the best defense in the league.

To take pressure off the secondary the 49ers will have to pressure Rodgers in the pocket and that responsibility will be on Aldon Smith (14 sacks last season) and Justin Smith (9 sacks last season). Vegas Lines does not have the 49ers as a major underdog on the road and one of the reasons is their run defense, led by stud Patrick Willis, was the best unit in the league last season. Packers’ RB James Starks has his work cut out for him in this game.

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Vegas NFL Odds – Analyzing the 49ers’ Offense

The 49ers were led by their defense last season, but they ranked 8th in the league in rushing yards led by Frank Gore. Alex Smith made Football Handicappers cringe in his first few seasons, but last season he was a solid game manager. San Francisco only ranked 29th in the league in passing yards per game, but that may improve this season since the 49ers signed WR Randy Moss and drafted A.J. Jenkins in the first round.

Sports Books know the 49ers have a great offensive line and a great rushing offense, which is why the Packers are not bigger favorites. Green Bay’s pass rush will have trouble getting to Smith and Gore now has a lot of help since Brandon Jacobs came over from the Giants and San Fran drafted the electric LaMichael James in the second round of the draft.

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One of the reasons that the Vegas Sports Lines futures have the Packers as the favorite to win the NFC, much less this game, is the fact they had a great draft. Last season the Packers had the league’s worst pass defense and 14th defending the run. However, they drafted 6 defensive players in the draft and the young guys may help right away.

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Packers not Big Home Favorites According to Vegas NFL Odds

The Vegas NFL Odds have the Packers as 6-point favorites against the 49ers and this game may be a preview of the NFC Title game.  Call the Vegas Sports cappers team right now to find out the best scenario when making your NFL Picks against the Vegas NFL Odds today.

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