Football betting odds appeal with the San Francisco 49ers is likely to only increase with those who play the football lines as they have finally signed Michael Crabtree.
Football betting odds backers of the 49ers will now have an added offensive weapon to handicap the football lines with that should bring a much needed play making element.
Crabtree enters football betting odds action as the 49ers first round draft pick and signed the deal around 2AM on Wednesday. The former Texas Tech star ended a long and dragged out process that kept him out of the football betting odds lineup but will now be guaranteed at least $17 million. Rapper MC Hammer even participated in getting Crabtree activated on the football betting odds lineup. Crabtree practiced on Wednesday in preparation for the football betting odds matchup between the 49ers and Atlanta Falcons this Sunday at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park.
The 49ers passing offense ranks 28th in the football betting odds charts and a big reason why is that they lack a breakaway game changing receiver…until now!
Crabtree was the 10th overall draft pick last spring and brings a football lines element of potential greatness as the only college player ever to win back to back Belitnikoff Awards as the nation’s top receiver. Head coach Mike Singletary has made his team a football betting odds favorite to finally make the playoffs and return this franchise to its past glory. He was pleased with the news. “This is a great day for the 49ers,” said the coach. “It showed the commitment in place in having Crabtree here. Obviously Michael missed a lot of time, a lot of valuable time, and has a lot of work to catch up.”
While there is hope that Crabtree will see football betting odds action Sunday it might be more realistic to plan on October 25 when the 49ers meet the Texas in Houston as that would be after their bye week.
“It’s going to be a process,” said Singletary. “Hopefully after the bye, Mike will be ready to go.” Crabtree’s football betting odds credentials include monster numbers from Texas Tech that included 231 catches, 3127 yards, and 41 touchdowns.