The 49ers declining a late penalty gave Seahawks backers a close ATS win Thursday.
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1* San Francisco (4:05 ET): Though I played against the 49ers last week (won w/ Bears outright Sunday night!), there have been two situations they have consistently excelled in under HC Jim Harbaugh. The first, which they obviously fall into here, is off a SU loss. The second is laying points on the road. I'm not a normal advocate for road chalk, but given the circumstances I'll make an exception here w/ San Francisco visiting Arizona.
Off a loss in the Harbaugh era, the Niners are 9-2 straight up and 7-3-1 against the spread. Anyone who watched last Sunday night knows that they seemed to be in complete control of the game against Chicago, at one point leading 17-3. They allowed three fourth quarter touchdowns in the loss and the key statistic was a -4 turnover differential. Arizona is a team they should bounce back against as the Cardinals are lucky to be 2-0, needing fourth quarter rallies to win both of their games. San Francisco has gone 5-1 in this NFC West rivalry the last three years and won both games last year. Cards QB Carson Palmer still may not play here.
Also, Harbaugh is 11-4-1 ATS in the road favorite role. The margin here is so slim that you'd have to think the SU win would equal a cover as well and seeing as how I can't see the Niners dropping B2B games, they are the recommendation here. 1* San Francisco.
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