For the Bet on NFL football fan, particularly those that are San Francisco 49ER’S (6-3, 2-1 2nd NFC West) who are visiting in this NFL Week # 11 the New Orleans SAINTS (7-2, 2-0 1st NFC South) with kick-off at 4:30PM and the game is being played at the Mercedez-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Both of these teams are vying for the Title in their appropriate NFC Divisions with the Saints already in 1st place in their Division and their plans are remaining in the 1st spot in the playoffs. In their last game this past Sunday Night Football QB Brees had a great evening throwing for 392 yards on 34 of 41 passes with 4 TD’s as the Saints beat Dallas 49-17. In that game they set an NFL record for 1st downs with 40 and franchise record with 625 offensive yards in the game. Also the rushing yardage of 242 has been the most gained since back in 1990. Three of Brees’ passes went for 52, 22 and 28 yards for touchdowns in the game. For Dallas in the game their QB Romo only completed 10 of 24 passes for a total of 128 yards and was sacked some three times in the game. During this game QB Brees had a streak on 19 consecutive completions which was one of his best and also a franchise record. In this game the Dallas struggled and to top things off their top tackler, linebacker Lee left the game with a hamstring injury. This was a great offensive game for the Saints and an ugly outing for the Cowboys!
The Offshore sportsbook which is where most of the Offshore Betting takes place on NFL Football each season has the opening lines favoring the Saints at -3 with the total on the game being 47 ½ and that surely will move as game time grows closer and there is more hype on the 49’ers who in their last outing which was on Oct. 27th when they lost to the Carolina Panthers 9-10 on their home field. The Jacksonville defense was problematic for the 49’ers all day long and in the final minute intercepted 49’er QB Kaepernick to finalize the win.
Kaepernick only threw for 91 total yards and was sacked on six occasions. This past week was a bye week for the 49’er in which they have been preparing this upcoming game on Sunday with the powerful Saints team after that disturbing loss to Carolina. Should be a great game. Good Luck to both of these NFC teams.