Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers Betting Odds – Total Selection
- Updated: November 10, 2013
Time: 4:05 PM EST Sunday November 10, 2013, FOX
The San Francisco 49ers host the Carolina Panthers in a NFC conference match up.
In their last games the Carolina Panthers beat the Atlanta Falcons 34-10 at home as the 10 point favorite, while San Francisco easily beat the win less Jacksonville Jaguars 42-10.
In their last meeting the Panthers beat San Francisco 23-20 in Oct 2010 in Carolina. The Panthers have won 8 of their last 10 against the 49ers.
These 2 teams have gone Over the posted total in 10 of their last 12 times they’ve met and have also gone Over in 7 out of the last 8 times they played in San Francisco.
The Carolina Panthers has covered the spread in 9 out of the last 10 times these 2 teams faced each other.
The 49ers are are 1-7 ATS in their last 8 games at home against the Panthers.
The point spread favorite is 5-2 in their last 7 meetings.
This season San Francisco is 3-1 at home and Carolina is 2-2 on the road.
Betting Odds at 5Dimes
Point Spread: San Francisco -6
Over/Under Total Line: 43
Moneyline: Panthers +215 / 49ERS -255
Straight up and Against the Point Spread Records
Carolina Panthers: 5-3 SU 5-3 ATS
San Francisco 49ers: 6-2 SU 6-2 ATS
Key Betting Trends
• CAR is 8-3 ATS in their last 11 road games.
• CAR is 4-0 ATS in their last 4 games overall.
• CAR is 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games following a bye week.
• SF is 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games overall.
• SF is 23-7-1 ATS in their last 31 games on grass.
• SF is 18-7-1 ATS in their last 26 home games.
Sagarin Power Rankings
Carolina Panthers: 23.80
San Francisco 49ers: 25.77
Key Player Injuries
[CB] 11/4/2013 – Josh Thomas Ques Sunday (Illness)
[WR] 11/4/2013 – Marvin McNutt Ques Sunday (Ankle)
[LB] 11/9/2013 – Chase Blackburn Out Sunday (Foot)
[CB] 11/9/2013 – James Dockery Out Sunday (Shoulder)
[G] 11/9/2013 – Chris Scott Out Sunday (Knee)
[C] 11/5/2013 – Jeff Byers I-R (Foot)
[G] 10/16/2013 – Amini Silatolu I-R (Knee)
[S] 9/17/2013 – Charles Godfrey I-R (Achilles)
[T] 9/11/2013 – Garry Williams I-R (Knee)
[WR] 11/9/2013 – Mario Manningham Prob Sunday (Knee)
[WR] 11/9/2013 – Kyle Williams Prob Sunday (Knee)
[G] 11/9/2013 – Alex Boone Prob Sunday (Shoulder)
[DT] 11/9/2013 – Quinton Dial Prob Sunday (Ankle)
[RB] 11/9/2013 – Frank Gore Prob Sunday (Ankle)
[T] 11/9/2013 – Anthony Davis Prob Sunday (Shoulder)
[G] 11/9/2013 – Mike Iupati Prob Sunday (Elbow)
[LB] 11/7/2013 – Aldon Smith Prob Sunday (Personal)
[LB] 11/9/2013 – Ahmad Brooks Ques Sunday (Neck)
[DT] 11/9/2013 – Ray McDonald Ques Sunday (Bicep)
[DT] 11/9/2013 – Justin Smith Ques Sunday (Shoulder)
[WR] 11/4/2013 – Jonathan Baldwin Ques Sunday (Illness)
[DT] 11/4/2013 – Cornellius Carradine Ques Sunday (Knee)
[WR] 11/9/2013 – Quinton Patton Out Sunday (Foot)
[WR] 11/5/2013 – Michael Crabtree Out indefinitely (Achilles)
New England @ Carolina
San Francisco @ New Orleans
Our Selection : The 49ers have won 5 straight behind a crushing run game that leads the NFL with 153 yards per game. San Francisco had gotten away from the run early in the season and paid for it. They struggled to run the ball in Week 1 amassing only 90 yards on 34 carries in a 34-28 victory over Green Bay and rushed for 20 and 23 times in Week 2 and Week 3. They lost both games by large margins 29-3 to Seattle and 27-7 to Indianapolis. They will face the No. 2 run defense and they may struggle early, but we believe history will have them sticking with the run game throughout.
The Panthers have won 4 straight scoring 30 or more points per game lead by the improvement of Cam Newton’s play. Carolina’s defense has stepped up as well. After allowing 436 yards to the Buffalo Bills in Week 4, the Panthers have held all but one opponent (St. Louis 317 yards) to under 300 yards and 5 of their last 6 to 15 or fewer points.
Both teams have arguably top 5 defenses. Both of these teams like and need to run the ball shortening the game.
Take the UNDER 43 at 5Dimes and get reduced juice on every play.