NFL Betting at Get That Bet — Niners Laying a Field Goal in Quest For Third Straight Win

The San Francisco 49ers started slow, but may be hitting their stride at the moment, as they have come up with two rather impressive defensive performances in a row and look to make it three straight when they face their NFC West division rivals, the St. Louis Rams, in NFL betting action for the Monday night ESPN audience, kicking off at 8:30 PM ET.

Last year the Niners swept the series, with Frank Gore running for 153 yards in the first encounter, and Colin Kaepernick throwing for 275 when the clubs met again. The game Get That Bet customers have before them offers a bit of a different dynamic, as the Rams are again going with a substitute quarterback plan with Sam Bradford injured, but one that they aren’t too unhappy with.

St. Louis certainly seeks a different result than the first two games they are played at the Edward Jones Dome – a 34-6 blowout loss to the Minnesota Vikings in the opening weekend, and a 34-31 defeat suffered at the hands of the Dallas Cowboys, in which St. Louis relinquished a 21-0 lead.

In the Monday night NFL betting odds posted at Get That Bet (, the Niners are favored by a field goal, and you would have to lay some extra juice to get them at that price:


Monday night NFL betting odds Courtesy Of Get That Bet USA Online Sportsbooks

San Francisco 49ers -3 (-130)
St. Louis Rams +3 (+110)

Over 44 Points -110
Under 44 Points -110

Neither these teams has gotten as much pressure on the quarterback as they would like to. Defensive end Chris Long has been out of action for the Rams, and despite the presence of Robert Quinn, who was second in the league in sacks last year, St. Louis has put down the opposing passer only once this season. San Francisco, which has been missing linebackers Navorro Bowman and Aldon Smith, has only one sack over the last three games.

NFL bettors who have followed the St. Louis saga this season know that they had to go to a second option after Sam Bradford went down with another knee injury. But Shawn Hill, the veteran backup, got banged up and had to leave the opening game against Minnesota, leaving the Rams with #3 quarterback Austin Davis, a second-year pro out of Southern Mississippi. Well, all Davis has done is complete 68% of his passes, including 59% of those attempts where he has thrown the ball 20 yards or more downfield. He had 341 passing yards last week against the Philadelphia Eagles as St. Louis nearly came back from a huge deficit. He will most definitely challenge the San Francisco secondary.

At the same time, Get That Bet customers know that the Niners’ balanced offense can do some damage against the Rams. St. Louis has yielded 71% completions on the part of the opposition, and as we mentioned, they just aren’t getting enough quality pressure on opposing quarterbacks. San Francisco has all the ability in the world to open up the passing game by running the football first, as St. Louis has given up 4.9 yards per rushing attempt.

As far as some of the NFL betting trends that might have some relevance on Monday night, the Rams have gone “under” in seven of their last nine games, while San Francisco has played under the total in each of its last five road games. Also, it should be mentioned that the 49ers have covered seven of their last eight games against the football pointspread as a road favorite. Jim Harbaugh has covered four of his five Monday night football appearances, but St. Louis coach Jeff Fisher has not been too bad himself, with a 10-6 ATS mark in Monday night games.

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