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Free Sports Game Preview and Prediction: Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers (NFL)

By: Joe D'Amico     Date: Sep 16, 2022
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Free Sports Game Preview and Prediction: Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers
Sunday, September 18, 2022 4:05 PM
Play: Point Spread: +9.5/-110 Seattle Seahawks
Did day make enough profit this weekend? Or perhaps maybe even lost a few bucks? Well guys, don’t drown. I will be your own personal lifeguard, bringing you back to shore, and back to life. This Sunday I SWEEP THE BOARD in NFL: 26-5 NO LIMIT GAME OF THE MONTH, TOTAL BLOCBUSTER (7-0 LY), 24-4 LATE INFO MOVE, & my 54-17 SUNDAY NIGHT LATE BAILOUT. Don’t drown in losses. I am tossing you a life raft so you can make a real profit in NFL on Sunday. If you don’t follow me here this one day, I promise you will hate yourself on Monday. Sunday’s FREE WINNER: Seattle Seahawks. Game 279. 1:05 PM PST/4:05 PM EST. There’s a lot of different ways to handicap a team like the San Francisco 49ers following their season-opening 19-10 loss at Soldier Field against Chicago last week. Granted, they had to battle the elements. And I know TE, George Kittle sat out the game. By the way, as of posting this play, his status has been upgraded (check status) as coach Kyle Shanahan announced he is questionable for this Sunday. Last week, this team also committed over a dozen penalties for nearly 100 yards. One injury that will certainly affect them here this week, is the absence of top ball-carrier, RB, Elijah Mitchell. I know it’s still just mid-September. But I have to tell you if I was a San Francisco 49ers fan, I’d start to worry. This team looked very out of sync a week ago in Chicago. They faced a Bears team that couldn’t run the ball at all. And let’s face it, Justin Fields is far from being an adequate quarterback. And yet the San Francisco defense really wasn’t outstanding. It looked more like a lack of Bears offense was more the issue. Having said all that, many out there feel that the 49ers will be in “bounce back” here this week at home. But, with Trey Lance at the helm, and backup RB, Jeff Wilson taking the bulk of the carries this week, this has to throw up red flags that this team will once again have a problem putting points on the board. Ironically enough, the Seattle Seahawks were touted in the preseason to finish dead-last in the NFC West. However, they were the only team in the division to come out of Week 1 with a victory. They beat a Denver Broncos team that is predicted to win 10-games this year. Everyone out there is saying now that Russell Wilson is gone, so is any chance of this team’s success. Granted, I’m not going to argue that they don’t have a major uphill battle. But despite Geno Smith under center, two rookies starting on the OL and in the secondary, this team still showed promise last week. They have taken three of the last four meetings in this division rivalry, covering three of the four, including wins and covers in both matchups a season ago. They have always played the 49ers tough. FYI, they too got a little banged-up in their season-opener. But on the bright side, rookie RB, Kenneth Walker III is expected to make his debut on Sunday. The former Michigan State standout is stirring a lot of excitement up in Seattle. With him running the ball, the Seahawks can’t control the clock, keeping the 49ers defense on the field. And more importantly their offense off of it. In all sincerity, I made the line in this game at most about five. So, getting double-digits with a very game Seattle team against an out of sync San Francisco squad, is a definite play here. Take the Seahawks plus the points. Thank you.

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