Bet on football will be interesting to watch on Saturday as the Dallas Cowboys host the San Francisco 49ers.
The 49ers named Shaun Hill as the starting quarterback this past week but he may not play in this bet on football game due to a minor injury. NFL betting odds favor the Cowboys anyway and if Hill doesn’t play they could go even higher.
Bet on football odds have Dallas as a 7-point NFL betting favorite with a total of 39. If Hill does not play on Saturday in bet on football don’t expect to see backup quarterback Alex Smith because he is out with an injury. That means San Francisco would have Damon Huard and rookie Nate Davis running the offense in this NFL betting game. The 49ers will obviously look to run the ball on Saturday in bet on football action and they could have success against a Dallas defense that normally struggles against the run. San Francisco has excellent running backs in Frank Gore and rookie Glen Coffee. If anything would happen to Gore the 49ers look to have a very capable backup in the Alabama rookie who has 196 yards in the preseason as bet on football stats tell us.
The 49ers are counting on Hill to have a very good bet on football season as their starting quarterback and head coach Mike Singletary is committed to him. “It’s not a week-to-week thing. He is our starter.” Singletary said, “What does that mean? I think it means that you say, ‘Here’s the ball. Here’s the offense. Here’s the ball. Here’s the offense. Let’s go. Don’t look over here when you make a mistake. Don’t look over here when you throw an interception, just know that everything we talked about this offseason – how we win football games – just do what we know we have to do in order to win football games.”
Dallas played very well in bet on football preseason action a week ago as they routed Tennessee 30-10 in the opening game in their new stadium. The Dallas first string offense with Tony Romo has looked very good in the bet on football preseason. Romo is 22 of 30 this preseason as bet on football statistics tell us.
San Francisco and Dallas have met 13 times in bet on football preseason history with the Cowboys winning 9 of those games. They last met in the NFL betting preseason in 2006 as Dallas won 17-7.