The NFC Championship Game is set and the match-up is what many anticipated it would be when the playoffs got underway. NFC West rivals San Francisco and Seattle will go at it for a third time and the odds maker’s expect the top seeded Seahawks to emerge victorious. Opening lines had Pete Carroll’s squad favored by three points, but the latest 2014 NFC Championship Odds like the Seahawks by 3.5. The NFL Odds game total in Sunday’s clash (6:30pm ET, FOX) between San Francisco and Seattle is set at 40 points.
These playoffs, for whatever the reason, have seemed particularly contentious with players routinely pushing and shoving after almost every play. The animosity should reach new heights at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, though, when the 49ers and Seahawks butt heads in the 2014 NFC Championship Game. The two teams practically drip hatred for one another and the coaches are not too fond of each other either. The open hostility will only make it more exciting for the fans as they take in what should be an epic rubber match meeting between these two bitter division rivals.
The 49ers were stung 29-3 at CenturyLink Field in their first meeting with the Seahawks, but they amassed an uncharacteristic five turnovers in the lopsided loss. San Francisco evened the score, albeit in lesser fashion, when the two squads hooked up at Candlestick Park on December 8th. The Niners defeated Seattle 19-17 after limiting Russell Wilson and company to 264 total yards. Those two games, it should be noted, featured eight turnovers and 38 penalties.
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2014 NFC Championship Odds: Provided by Sportsbook.ag
San Francisco 49ers +3.5 (-120), Over 40 (-110), +155 (Moneyline)
Seattle Seahawks -3.5 (+100), Under 40 (-110), -175 (Moneyline)