The surging San Francisco 49ers (6-5) head to Seattle this Sunday to take on the Seahawks (3-8) for an NFC West clash that has gigantic playoff implications for San Francisco.
After a slow start to the season, the 49ers have won three straight and are well-positioned for one of the NFC’s last playoff spots. While Jimmy Garoppolo and co. still have a chance to win the NFC West, they’re more likely playing for a Wild Card spot at this point.
On the Seahawks’ side, they’ve lost three straight despite getting Russell Wilson back from the IR. They’ve tumbled out of the playoff race and are essentially playing for pride at this point.
Let’s dive in to find the best 49ers vs Seahawks prop bets for this key division rivalry game.
Please note that all NFL Week 13 odds and lines are current as of 2:00 p.m. ET on Friday, December 3.
49ers vs Seahawks Prop Bets: NFL Week 13 Prop Betting Picks
Jimmy Garoppolo: Under 29.5 Total Passing Attempts (-105) at Caesars
The fact of the matter is that the 49ers don’t make Jimmy G throw the ball more than they have to. He’s only attempted 30 passes in three of 10 games this season and is averaging just 22.3 pass attempts over his last three games.
San Francisco is also more likely to rely on its ground game this week without top receiver Deebo Samuel (groin). Their rushing attack has been a driving force behind their win streak and will be leaned on heavily here.
The only way we’ll see Garoppolo hit the Over is if the 49ers are playing from behind, which seems unlikely given that they’re favored to win on our NFL gameday odds.
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Jimmy Garoppolo: Over 222.5 Total Passing Yards (-115) at Caesars
While I don’t expect Garoppolo to throw a lot, I still think he’ll do enough damage to hit this total. Despite the reduced passing volume, he’s still exceeded 230 passing yards in three of his last five games and has a great matchup against a Seattle defense that’s allowing 285.5 passing yards per game — second-most in the NFL.
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While he’ll be without Samuel, he’ll still have George Kittle and Brandon Aiyuk at his disposal and should be able to take advantage of a bad Seahawks secondary. Back the Over for our NFL bet of the day.
Russell Wilson: Over 230.5 Total Passing Yards (-105) at Caesars
The Seahawks’ offense has been Struggle City this season, but Wilson still has two of the more dynamic playmakers in the league in D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.
Wilson has improved his passing yards in each of his first three games back from the IR, from 161 to 207 to 247. With Seattle’s rushing attack looking like the opposite of an attack, Wilson will likely need to throw the ball quite a bit on Sunday.
San Francisco’s defense presents a challenge as they’re only allowing 217.3 passing yards per game to opposing quarterbacks this season — third-fewest in the NFL. However, this total is low enough that Wilson shouldn’t have too much trouble topping it, especially if the Seahawks are playing catchup as expected.