San Francisco 49ers NFL betting Odds to Win Super Bowl 47

Posted by Alonzo Solano on 1/15/2013 10:33:32 AM

After destroying Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, the San Francisco 49ers standout as the team to beat in the NFC when they travel to Atlanta as big favorites. The San Francisco 49ers NFL betting Odds to Win Super Bowl 47 have them listed at +180.

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San Francisco to Win Super Bowl 47 9/5

NFC Championship Game: San Francisco 49ers -4 vs. Atlanta Falcons

What Colin Kaepernick did to the Packers defense was flat out humiliating.  Green Bay had no response for his passing game or his running game. His showing was one of the best performances by a quarterback in the divisional round.

What impressed me the most about Kaepernick, you know besides his ability to make the speediest defender slow, was the fact that he responded with outstanding poise after he threw a pick six in the beginning of the game.

Since last season, the 49ers have been one of the most complete teams in the NFL.  They can run, their defense is tremendous, and their receiving corps is talented; the only missing piece was the quarterback position, which now has a young man playing at the high level.

San Francisco’s coach Jim Harbaugh is one of the best in the business as he knows to put up complete game plans and his team understands how to execute them; that’s why the 49ers are favorite going into Atlanta.

When Alex Smith was behind center it was easy for other teams to put pressure on the quarterback, but knowing that Kaepernick is a double threat puts a ton of pressure on opponents.

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Also, people can’t sleep on the fact that Michael Crabtree is now a valid threat with Colin behind center.  Every time Kaepernick looks down the field, he’s looking for Crabtree first and Vernon Davis second.

Alonzo Solano (Google+) has been a sports writer and analyst for over ten years. He has appeared on numerous television magazines and provided expert analysis to a number of online publications. He currently writes for ALZ Deportes.


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