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San Francisco vs. San Diego Odds – Gambling Prediction (Week 15)

San Francisco 49ers vs San Diego Chargers Week 15 NFL Football Pick

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Week 15: 49ers at Chargers Matchup Handicapping Analysis

It’s Week 15 of the 2010 NFL Football season and veteran sportswriter Matt Martz will preview all of the weekly AFC West match ups throughout the season, providing some insight to help make your NFL football wagers winners. Check back every week for your complete source for NFL football gambling right here on CappersPicks.com.

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Date/Time: Thursday, December 16, 8:20 PM ET
Venue: Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA.
Broadcast: NFL Network
San Francisco 49ers at San Diego Chargers Betting Lines from Bookmaker
Money Line: San Francisco (+370) San Diego (-470)
Spread: San Diego -9
Over/Under: 44 ½
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Two teams trying to stay in the mix in their respective Western Division races do battle at Qualcomm Stadium to kickoff Week 15.

The 49ers begin play just one game behind co-NFC West leaders St. Louis and Seattle. They just routed the Seahawks at Candlestick Park last Sunday by a 40-21 score. The Chargers are just one game behind the AFC West leading Chiefs after shutting out Kansas City this past Sunday 31-0.

The Niners leads the all-time series between these California clubs 6-5, but the Chargers have won the last two head-to-head, including a 48-19 rout in 2006.

The 49ers would like to continue to see good things from quarterback Alex Smith as they evaluate his future status with the franchise. The former number one overall draft choice has struggled at times in his role, but has won both career Thursday Night Football starts.

Last week, he was nearly flawless in the demolition job of the Seahawks, completing 17 of 27 passes for 255 yards and three touchdowns, along with no interceptions. Vernon Davis continues to be a dominant target in the passing game for whichever quarterback is calling signals. Davis loves playing this time of season, having caught a touchdown pass in six of the last seven games played by the Niners in December. Overall, Davis has caught 49 passes for 744 yards and six touchdowns. His 19 touchdown receptions are the most for a tight end since the start of the 2009 season.

Leading rusher Frank Gore (853 yards) is out of action, but veteran Brian Westbrook stepped in and make big plays at key moments. He caught six passes out of the backfield for 87 yards, including a 62-yard catch-and-carry touchdown. Jeff Reed will again be counted on to handle the placekicking duties as Joe Nedney is still out with a knee injury. Offensive tackle Joe Staley also will not go for the 49ers.

Linebacker Patrick Willis continues to play at an All-Pro level for the Niners’ defense, registering four sacks in his last five contests.

For the Chargers, they have once again picked themselves up off the mats following a 2-5 start to rebound and scramble into playoff contention. Philip Rivers continues to dazzle the football experts.

This past week, he joined Hall of Famer Dan Fouts as the only Charger quarterbacks in franchise history to record three consecutive seasons with 25 or more touchdown tosses. With 132 passing yards on Thursday, he would join Fouts as only quarterbacks in franchise history with three straight seasons of 4,000 yards or more. What makes this even more impressive is how much the receiving corps has been in shambles all season long due to injuries.

This week, Antonio Gates may once again be unavailable due to an ankle injury – a decision is expected to be made at game time. Wide receiver Patrick Crayton has also been limited in practice during this short week with a wrist injury. Malcolm Floyd stepped up his play with both Crayton and Gates out on the lineup, recording the first multi-touchdown reception game of his career. Floyd now has a career high six touchdown catches this season.

QB Alex Smith returned and threw three touchdowns for the Niners, but despite his strong season, he isn’t Rivers.

Matt’s Free Prediction: San Diego

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Matt Martz is a sports writer for the Bakersfield Californian located in Central California. Blessed is the gambler who expects nothing, for ye shall not be disappointed.

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  1. David montgomery says:

    Too bad San Diego has Nerd Turner as a coach and 49ers head coach also stinks. I wonder what both of these clubs would have done under Bill Walsh and anyone but Turner , he stunk with the redskins and stinks with San Diego !

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