New York Giants versus San Francisco 49ers NFL Pro Football NFC Championship Playoff Odds Sports Betting Pick Preview

| January 16, 2012

The New York Giants will make the cross country journey following a road game last week when they take on the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC championship game from NFL pro football.

Kick off time for the NFC championship game from San Francisco is scheduled for 6:30PM Eastern Time with national television coverage provided by FOX.

The point spread opened up in this NFL game with the home team San Francisco 49ers favored by -3 points with an over under of 44 ½ points.

Money early from the NFL wagering public has landed on the side of the road underdog as the San Francisco 49ers are now favored by -2 ½ points.

The total has moved down to 42 ½ points.

San Francisco 49ers money line supporters will lay -140 odds with the road underdog New York Giants bringing back +130 odds to pull off the straight up win with no need for takint the points.

These two teams met this season in mid-November with the San Francisco 49ers earning the 27-20 home win against the New York Giants as a -4 point betting favorite.

The total landed over the closing 42 ½ points.

The 49ers held a 14 point lead midway through the fourth quarter.

The Giants rallied with a shot for the tie as they had the ball deep in San Francisco territory but the drive stalled allowing the 49ers to kneel down to win.

Both teams struggled in the red zone as the Giants converted 1 of 4 tries and the 49ers 1 of 3 drives as the scored at halftime resembled the field goal fest at 9-6 San Francisco.

Alex Smith threw for 242 yards with a touchdown and pick.

Eli Manning threw for 311 yards as he hit on 26 of 40 with two touchdown passes and two interceptions.

Running back Ahmad Bradshaw did not play in this game.

The Giants outgained San Francisco by a 395 yard by 305 yard differential.

New York heads to San Francisco with a record of 11-7 on the season. The club is 6-3 on the highway.

The team puts up 25 points with 390 yards per game with 94 yards rushing for 3.6 yards a carry.

On defense the Giants give up 23 points and 369 yards a game. Teams run for 119 yards against them for 4.5 yards per rush against average.

The team is on a four game winning streak with all four must wins to keep their season alive.

They are coming off the 37-20 road victory in the NFC divisional round against the Green Bay Packers as a +8 point underdog.

The over under landed over the closing line of 54 points.

The Giants stormed out to the 20-10 lead at the half and increased it up to a 30-13 lead midway through the fourth quarter.

New York was able to amass 420 yards of offense with 95 yards rushing on 27 runs from scrimmage.

The team allowed one sack and scored two touchdowns in five tries inside the red zone.

The Giants had one turnover and took four away from the Packers.

Quarterback Eli Manning completed 21 of 33 passes for 330 yards with a touchdown and interception.

Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 63 yards on 12 carries.

Brandon Jacobs had nine runs from scrimmage for 22 yards and a rushing touchdown.

Hakeem Nicks led New York with seven receptions for 165 yards and two receiving touchdowns.

Victory Cruz had five catches for 74 yards.

Mario Manningham grabbed three balls for 31 yards with a touchdown.

They allowed Green Bay 388 yards of offense with 147 yards coming from their run game on 23 carries.

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San Francisco will host the NFC Championship game with a mark of 14-3 on the year. The team is 8-1 on their home field.

The 49ers put up 24 points and 316 yards per game with 128 yards rushing for 4.2 yards a carry.

On defense San Francisco gives up just 15 points and 317 yards per game. Teams rush for just 74 yards against them for 3.5 yards per rush against average.

The 49ers are coming off the 36-32 home win against the New Orleans Saints on last Saturday as a +3 ½ point underdog.

The total flew over the closing line of 47 points.

San Francisco was able to move the ball for 407 yards of offense with 143 yards rushing on 22 carries.

The team allowed our sacks and scored two touchdowns in four red zone appearances.

The 49ers had one turnover and took five away from the Saints.

Quarterback Alex Smith completed 24 of 42 passes for 299 yards with three touchdowns. Smith had a key 28 yard run for a fourth quarter touchdown.

Frank Gore on 13 carries ran for 89 yards. Out of the backfield Gore caught seven passes for 38 yards.

Kendall Hunter rushed for 23 yards on six carries.

Vernon Davis led the team with seven receptions for 180 yards and two touchdowns.

Michael Crabtree had four grabs for 25 yards and a receiving touchdown.

Bruce Miller had a 16 yard pass reception.

San Francisco allowed New Orleans 474 offensive yards with just 37 coming on the ground on 14 runs from scrimmage.

The 49ers had three sacks and allowed just one Saints touchdown in their two drives inside the red zone.

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