Three of the teams in the NFC West have some wounded pride to deal with, while the fourth is entering the 2015 NFL betting season with a distinct feeling of having nothing whatsoever to lose. The San Francisco 49ers are only three seasons removed from a berth in the Super Bowl, and yet they went through organizational dysfunction as the franchise ended up sending away the extremely talented Jim Harbaugh as its head coach. The Seattle Seahawks lost Super Bowl XLIX in the most excruciating way possible, throwing a mystifying interception on their final offensive play, when all they had to do was give Marshawn Lynch the ball and score what would have been the game-winning touchdown. Still ridiculed for making the worst play call in history, the Seattle Seahawks definitely have a score to settle. The Arizona Cardinals roared out to a 9-1 start but had to limp in the rest of the season starting their third-string quarterback. They did make the playoffs, only to get drubbed by the Carolina Panthers. With the return of Carson Palmer to the helm, the team also feels like there is unfinished business. And then, of course, there are the St. Louis Rams, who beat Seattle on the road and almost beat Dallas at home, while losing a number of other winnable games. They look to resolve their inconsistency and beat more beatable teams this year – while also knocking off some of the top-tier opposition.
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