Monday ‌Night‌ ‌Football‌ ‌Betting‌ ‌Preview:‌ ‌Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers ‌-‌ ‌ Week‌ 10

Seattle Seahawks (7-2) vs. San Francisco 49ers (8-0)
Monday, November 11th - 8:15PM ET - Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
Betting Line: -6

Seattle played to an overtime win against the Tampa Bay Bucs in Week 9. This week, they're tasked with challenging the best team in the NFC, possibly the NFL, the San Francisco 49ers.

Russell Wilson put up big numbers against the Bucs defense. He passed for 378 yards and 5 touchdowns.

The Bucs are no Niners.

San Francisco has allowed over 20 points just once this season. That was last week when they gave up 25 on the road to the Cardinals.

San Francisco was already 7-0 when they added Emmanuel Sanders to their receiving corps. In his Niners debut, the wideout caught seven passes for 112 yards and a touchdown. He led all receivers in all categories.

San Fran will need to hunker down on defense and limit the run. They gave up 110 yards to Kenyan Drake and Chris Carson is coming off a 100+ yard game of his own.

This is the game to watch in the NFL this week. The Seahawks would take a big leap forward in the NFC West with a win over the division leader.

Seattle owns this matchup. They're 14-6 straight up and 15-5 against the spread versus the Niners since 2009. It's important to point out that the Niners haven't been good in a very long time. Seattle has been a powerhouse year in and year out since Russell Wilson came onto the scene.

San Francisco did win and cover the spread in their last meeting, however. Keep an eye out for a low total. Over the last 20 games between these two teams, they've averaged just 39.15 total points per game. That average is just 42.8 over the last five matchups.

The 49ers will win their second straight against Seattle in a low-scoring affair. They're the best team in the NFL. This will be their toughest test to date. I'm betting they pass it with flying colors.

Look for Sanders, Kittle, and Breida to have an impact in this game. Wilson is the man to watch for the Seahawks, but this Niners D will keep him in check.