SF 49ers WEEK 4

SF 49ers WEEK 4

source: www.bleacherreport.com

The 2014 NFL preseason will end this evening with two fantastic games in Cleveland and Houston. The FirstEnergy Stadium and the NRG Stadium are the perfect scenarios of these two great clashes between top NFL powerhouses SF 49ers vs Houston Texans and Chicago Bears vs Cleveland Browns respectively.

San Francisco had a very shaky NFL preseason beginning with two consecutive losses to the Ravens and the Broncos, but last week the West Coast team redeemed itself by pulling a victory over San Diego Chargers. While on the Texans´side things have looked much better as the team seems to have found key players to get the field work done.

If you are looking into placing some bets on this game here are a few things to take into account before making your picks: http://www.houstontexans.com/news/article-2/5-Things-to-Watch-Texans-vs-49ers/0ea047da-5e75-4bce-8b36-0e4500562f51


On the other hand, the SF 49ers  have tried to manage running back Frank Gore’s workload in recent years to keep him fresh for the latter stages of the season. Since 2011, Gore has had 424 carries and averaged 4.8 yards a rush in the first half of the season.

He’s had 392 carries and averaged 3.8 yards in the second half. Last Tuesday, 49ers running backs coach Tom Rathman stated the team has monitored Gore’s workload “in the last 3 or 4 years and they’ll try again in 2014.

Gore’s brilliant pass blocking and pass-catching ability explain why it’s been hard for the 49ers to take him off the field. But nevertheless, the do-it-all Gore isn’t as useful if he’s worn down during the stretch run, as the numbers suggest he was at the end of 2013.

“We need to manage him,” Rathman said. “We need to keep him (fresh) from Week 1 to the Super Bowl. So that’s going to be the biggest challenge. He’s ready to go and he’s right where he needs to be.”

The most recent betting odds for this unprecedented clash stand at:

San Francisco 49ers    +2.5 39o -102u -108

Houston Texans      -2.5  39o -102u -108

WEEK 4 Chicago Bears

WEEK 4 Chicago Bears

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On a different note, the Bears will be facing off the Browns in their last encounter for the 2014 preseason. And here is what to Look for – Bears vs. Browns game: The rough plan for head coach Mike Pettine this week is to get all four quarterbacks into the game, with about a quarter of play each. Something like this would seem within the realm of possibility:

-1st Quarter: Brian Hoyer

-2nd Quarter: Johnny Manziel

-3rd Quarter: Rex Grossman

-4th Quarter: Connor Shaw

FB Battle: The Browns seem to be toying with the thought of keeping FB Ray Agnew, and if they do, it might be more related to how he looks on special teams. I don’t think he’ll make the roster, but Agnew could be on the verge of a job if he looks good on film.

OL Battle: It’s probably incredibly difficult to pick up two offensive linemen off waivers and then insert them into your offensive line at the last second. With that said, given how bad our second unit has been, I hope we see a lot of OL Donald Hawkins and OL Karim Barton. source: http://www.dawgsbynature.com/

The following are some interesting videos on recent facts and predictions for the upcoming match: http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-game-highlights/0ap2000000299045/GameDay-Bears-vs-Browns-highlights



WEEK 4 Browns

WEEK 4 Browns

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The most recent betting odds for this unprecedented clash stand at:

Chicago Bears   +2  41.5o -108u -102

Cleveland Browns    -2 41.5o -108u -102

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