Hawks flying higher?

Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers

Seattle Seahawks travel to San Francisco hoping to underline their dominance in the NFC West

What a week for the Seattle Seahawks – Monday saw their fans make the earth tremor whilst the team caused an earthquake on the field by running all over another potential NFC title contender New Orleans, this weekend they travel to San Francisco hoping to underline their dominance in the NFC West. Another win for the 11-1 Hawks would not only see them land a franchise-record sixth road win of the season, but would also clinch the NFC West crown and first round playoff bye – and all that right under the noses of their fiercest rivals!

It is hard to see any weaknesses in coach Pete Carroll’s team after a near perfect season so far, but four consecutive road defeats at Candlestick Park will be very much on the minds of both teams as they go into the game. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick and his 8-4 Niners may not have rediscovered the irresistible form that took them to the Super Bowl in February, but they go into Week 14 holding a one-game lead in the race to the NFC’s final wild-card spot and will be doubly motivated to avenge their humiliating 29-3 loss at Seattle on September 15th. It’s the first time in a while that the team with the league’s best record starts a game as the bookies’ underdog, but can the 49ers live up to expectations?

Seattle Seahawks @ San Francisco 49ers Betting Odds

Seahawks            2.25

49ers                     1.65

(Odds obtained from AllYouBet.ag, subject to change)

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chrisives-50CHRIS I. (tipsterchris) is a European sports blogger who’s hooked on football — both NFL American football and European football.  Chris discusses betting tips and trends and includes betting odds in his regular posts at BI.

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