The San Francisco 49ers (13-4) will look to go on the road and win in the playoffs against the Philadelphia Eagles (14-3) in the NFC Championship game on January 29 at 3:00 PM ET at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Eagles are the favorite (-3) against the 49ers. The total is set at 45 points.
The betting insights in what follows reflect odds as of January 29, 2023 at 3:48 PM ET. Check out the article below for the most up-to-date lines for this game and click here to get the best DraftKings Sportsbook deposit bonus!
Eagles Vs 49ers Odds
|ATS pick||Over/Under pick|
|Eagles (-3)||Over (45)|
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Team Stat Rankings
|Off. Points per Game (Rank)||28.1 (2)||26.5 (6)|
|Def. Points per Game (Rank)||20.2 (8)||16.3 (1)|
|Off. Yards per Play (Rank)||5.9 (4)||5.9 (4)|
|Def. Yards per Play (Rank)||4.8 (1)||5.0 (3)|
|Turnovers Allowed (Rank)||19 (5)||17 (3)|
|Turnovers Forced (Rank)||27 (4)||30 (2)|
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Eagles Betting Insights
- The Eagles’ record against the spread during the regular season was 8-9-0. They are 1-0-0 versus the spread in the playoffs.
- Philadelphia’s ATS record as 3-point or bigger favorites is 9-8 in the regular season and playoffs.
- Out of 17 Eagles games during the season, 10 went over the total. In the postseason, they have topped the point total in zero of one contest.
- Eagles games have had more than 45 points scored on 11 occasions in the regular season and playoffs.
- The point total average for Philadelphia games in the regular season was 45.4, 0.4 more points than the over/under for this matchup.
49ers Betting Insights
- The 49ers had 11 wins in 17 games against the spread in the regular season. In the postseason they are 2-0-0 ATS.
- In 17 49ers games during the regular season, nine of them went over the total, and it’s been one of two in the playoffs.
- San Francisco’s games have finished with more than 45 points nine times between the regular season and playoffs.
- 49ers games averaged 42.2 total points in the regular season, 2.8 fewer than the total for this matchup.
Eagles Players to Watch
- Jalen Hurts has been a dual threat for Philadelphia this season. He has 3,701 passing yards, completing 66.5% of his passes and recording 22 touchdown passes and six interceptions this season. He’s rushed for 760 yards (50.7 ypg) on 165 carries with 13 rushing touchdowns.
- The team’s top rusher, Miles Sanders, has carried the ball 259 times for 1,269 yards (74.6 per game), scoring 11 times.
- A.J. Brown’s team-leading 1,496 yards as a receiver have come on 88 receptions (out of 146 targets) with 11 touchdowns.
- DeVonta Smith has put together a 1,196-yard season with seven touchdowns, hauling in 95 passes on 136 targets.
- Dallas Goedert’s 55 receptions are good enough for 702 yards and three touchdowns.
- Haason Reddick paces the team with 16.0 sacks, and also has 10.0 TFL and 48 tackles.
- T.J. Edwards, Philadelphia’s top tackler, has 159 tackles, 10.0 TFL, and 2.0 sacks this year.
- Chauncey Gardner-Johnson has picked off a team-high six passes. He also has 67 tackles, 5.0 TFL, 1.0 sack, and eight passes defended to his name.
49ers Players to Watch
- Brock Purdy leads San Francisco with 1,374 yards on 114-of-170 passing with 13 touchdowns compared to four interceptions this season.
- The team’s top rusher, Christian McCaffrey, has carried the ball 244 times for 1,139 yards (67.0 per game), with eight touchdowns this year. He’s proven to be a dual threat, hauling in 741 receiving yards (43.6 per game) on 85 catches with five receiving touchdowns.
- Elijah Mitchell has run for 279 yards across 45 carries, scoring two touchdowns.
- Brandon Aiyuk leads his squad with 1,015 receiving yards on 78 catches with eight touchdowns.
- George Kittle has put up a 765-yard season with 11 touchdowns. He’s caught 60 passes on 86 targets.
- Nick Bosa paces the team with 18.0 sacks, and also has 18.0 TFL and 49 tackles.
- Fred Warner, San Francisco’s top tackler, has 134 tackles, 5.0 TFL, 3.0 sacks, and one interception this year.
- Tashaun Gipson has picked off a team-leading five passes. He also has 61 tackles, 1.0 TFL, 0.5 sacks, and eight passes defended to his name.
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