The Chicago Bears and San Francisco 49ers will be playing in primetime on Sunday night at the brand new Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. This will entail two teams who are very competitive and are hoping to get strong results. Meanwhile, they have come from different results from the past week to start out their seasons.
The teams have played each other four times since 2005 and have split those games. The last one came in November 2012 when the 49ers grabbed a 32-7 win while being -3.5 for the game and going over the 34.5 point total. The favorite in the series has gone 6-1 ATS in recent time. The home team has also won six of the last seven ATS in the series.
The Bears lost in overtime to the Buffalo Bills 23-20 this past weekend. The Bears have gone 3-7 ATS in their last ten games. In particular, they have lost ATS in their last four. They have also lost ATS in their last seven games after getting more than 350 yards in a prior game. Wide receivers Alshon Jeffrey and Brandon Marshall were both listed as questionable but they are both expected to play in this game.
The 49ers defeated the Dallas Cowboys 28-17 in their last game this pack weekend. The Niners were listed at -3.5 for the game. The team has gone 5-5 ATS in recent time and has gone under the point total in seven of those games. The team has especially gone under the point total in their last four games against NFC teams. Cornerback Tramaine Brock is listed as questionable with a toe injury.
The San Francisco 49ers are heavily favored to win their first regular season game at Levi's Stadium. The 49ers are -7 favorites and are in an over/under with 48.5 points to be scored in the game. The Bears are listed with gambling odds at +250 on the moneyline while the 49ers are featured at -290 as the clear favorite to win the game.