San Francisco 49ers: 2015 NFL Football Betting Odds, Preview and Schedule

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San Francisco 49ers 2015 NFL Sports Betting Preview
LAST GAME: Win 14-12 vs San Diego
NEXT GAME: September 14th, 2015 at 10:20 pm vs. Minnesota Vikings
Sports Betting Lines: +2.5 | TOTAL: 41½
O/U Wins Total: 6 (O -125, U -105) Provides by Betonline.ag
Odds to Win 2015-2016 NFC West: +1600  Provides by Bovada
Odds to Win 2015-2016 NFC Conference: +3300 (33/1) Provides by Bovada
Last Year W/L: 8-8
2015 San Francisco 49ers NFL Football Schedule
Odds to Win 2016 Super Bowl 50

Bovada

+6600 (66/1)

bet online

+4500 (45/1)

top bet

+3500 (35/1)

49ers vs Chargers Final: 14-12

San Francisco got 2 scoring strikes from Dylan Thompson en route to a 14-12 victory over San Diego on Thursday in Pre-Season Week 4 action at Levi’s Stadium.
The 49ers won the battle on the scoreboard, but not at the payout window as they failed to cover the -3.0-point spread. UNDER bettors were rewarded when the final score pointed to an UNDER play.
Dylan Thompson completed 17 of 25 pass attempts for 225 yards and 2 TDs for the 49ers in the win.
Dreamius Smith rushed for 30 yards for San Diego, while Branden Oliver added 5 yards. Brad Sorensen threw for 154 yards for the Chargers, while receivers Tyrell Williams and Javontee Herndon had 81 and 40 yards respectively.
San Francisco outgained San Diego 351-250 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 15-11 by the 49ers.
The time of possession battle favored San Diego as their offense was on the field for 30:52, longer than the 29:08 of their opponents.
San Francisco looks to continue their winning ways next game with a battle against the Vikings. The Chargers will aim to get back on the winning track vs. Detroit.

Denver Defeats San Francisco 19-12

Denver earned a 19-12 victory over San Francisco on Saturday in Pre-Season Week 3 action at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Denver was a favorite by -6.5 points and came through with an ATS victory for bettors. The game went UNDER the consensus closing total of 41.0.
C.J. Anderson rushed for 49 yards, while Ronnie Hillman added 35 yards in the win. Jordan Norwood and Demaryius Thomas added 38 and 30 receiving yards respectively.
Colin Kaepernick rushed for 53 yards for San Francisco, while Carlos Hyde added 28 yards. Dylan Thompson threw for 0 yards for the 49ers, while receivers Bruce Ellington and Garrett Celek had 29 and 22 yards respectively.
Denver outgained San Francisco 317-237 yards in the game, while the battle of first downs was won 24-11 by the Broncos.
San Francisco lost the time of possession battle 36:42-23:18, leaving their defense on the field more than they wanted.
Next game, Denver takes its act home to face Arizona looking for another win. For San Francisco, they head home to face San Diego.

49ers vs Cowboys Final: 23-6

The 49ers grabbed a Pre-Season Week 2 victory over the Cowboys on Sunday, winning 23-6 at Levi’s Stadium.
San Francisco was the ATS victor, as they covered the -3.5-point spread as a favorite. Over-Under bettors who played UNDER the total of 40.0 were rewarded at the payout window.
Jarryd Hayne rushed for 54 yards, while Carlos Hyde added 39 yards in the win. Busta Anderson and Jerome Simpson added 32 and 9 receiving yards respectively.
Joseph Randle rushed for 30 yards for Dallas, while Gus Johnson added 24 yards. Jameill Showers threw for 80 yards for the Cowboys, while receivers Geoff Swaim and A.J. Jenkins had 57 and 40 yards respectively.
San Francisco was outgained by Dallas 257-205 yards in Sunday’s match, while the important battle of first downs was won 15-11 by the Cowboys.
San Francisco lost the time of possession battle 30:10-29:50, leaving their defense on the field more than they wanted.
San Francisco heads into a Pre-Season Week 3 battle against the Broncos. Dallas, meanwhile, will have their next action against Minnesota.

LAST 5 GAMES
RESULT ATS RESULT TOTAL
Sep 3 – Won 14-12 vs San Diego L (-3) U (37)
Aug 29 – Lost 19-12 at Denver L (6½) U (41)
Aug 23 – Won 23-6 vs Dallas W (-3½) U (40)
Aug 15 – Lost 23-10 at Houston L (3) U (36½)
Dec 28 – Won 20-17 vs Arizona L (-6) U (38)
TEAM STATISTICS
OFFENSIVE RANK
AVERAGE SCORE FOR: 19.1 25
TOTAL YARDS: 327.6 20
RUSHING YARDS: 136.1 4
PASSING YARDS: 191.4 30
DEFENSIVE RANK
AVERAGE SCORE AGAINST: 21.3 10
TOTAL YARDS: 321.4 5
RUSHING YARDS: 99.7 6
PASSING YARDS: 221.8 5

 

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