Eagles vs. 49ers Prediction on January 29, 2023
On Sunday, January 29, the men’s American football NFC Championship Game preceding the NFL’s 2023 Super Bowl will be played between the Philadelphia Eagles and San Francisco 49ers. The encounter will begin at 3 p.m. local time at the Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA).
The Last of the Mohicans, two actually, are the NFC’s top two squads. Eagles vs. 49ers is about to begin, and a trip to the Super Bowl is at stake. View the odds on some of the bookmakers with iOS apps, as well as a preview of each team, below. The current form of the Eagles The Eagles have been the NFC’s top team for the whole season. Three times in the franchise’s history have the Eagles won 13 or more games during the regular season. They previously made the Super Bowl twice, in 2004 and 2017. The Lincoln Financial Field will be a familiar place for Philadelphia to play. The Eagles’ fourth straight home game will be this one. They performed on the road the last time on Christmas Eve. Three teams, including the Eagles, finished in the top six of Football Outsiders’ regular-season rankings for each of the three categories: offensive, defensive, and overall. The 49ers and Bills were the other two. Most significantly, Jalen Hurts has led the Eagles to a 14-1 record thus far this year. With Gardner Minshew starting at quarterback, they dropped two of their three regular-season games. Ever since Week 2 against the Vikings, every game Jalen Hurts started had the Eagles favored by at least three points. Since that time, the Eagles’ lowest spread in a game with Hurts starting was 4.5 on December 4, when they easily defeated the Titans. When Minshew started, Philadelphia was a 3.5-point underdog in Dallas. In the regular season, the Eagles had an 8-9 ATS record. That includes their last four games, where they failed to cover. But Philadelphia easily covered the 7.5-point spread in the Divisional Round matchup with the Giants. The Eagles’ latest results: • Won against the Giants 38-7 • Won against the Giants 22-16 • Lost to the Saints 10-20 • Lost to the Cowboys 34-40 • Won against the Bears 25-20 The current form of the 49ers The 49ers were 3-4 after seven weeks and were without their starting quarterback. Since then, they haven’t lost. San Francisco has won 12 straight games, including victories in the playoffs over the Cowboys and Seahawks. They easily won the NFC West and received the No. 2 seed. No one anticipated the seventh-round rookie to be the best of the group as the 49ers are on their third starting quarterback. The San Francisco offense has, however, been enhanced by Brock Purdy, at least in terms of effectiveness. Possessing guns like Purdy’s does help. The 49ers already had George Kittle and the adaptable wide receivers Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk. However, the addition of Christian McCaffrey has elevated San Francisco to a new level. No starting quarterback who’s a rookie has ever advanced to or won the Super Bowl. Since the NFL and AFL merged in 1970, Purdy is only the second rookie quarterback to have success in all seven of his career starts (Ben Roethlisberger). Purdy was 7-0 with the 49ers and 26-12 straight up (SU) at Iowa St. by October or later (32-12 overall). Since adding McCaffrey, San Francisco is 12-0 straight up (SU) and 10-2 against the spread (ATS). The 49ers’ latest results: • Won against the Cowboys 19-12 • Won against the Seahawks 41-23 • Won against the Cardinals 38-13 • Won against the Raiders 37-34 (OT) • Won against the Commanders 37-20 Head-to-head encounters These teams did not play in the regular season.
The Eagles are more than just mere favorites in the match. But more importantly, we expect an open-fire play from both teams. Hence, we’d suggest placing your bet on a total of over 44 with odds of 1.74 on Betwinner.
Results of the forecast
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Frequently Asked Questions
According to BetMGM, the Eagles are a 2.5-point favorite. On the game’s moneyline, the Eagles are 1.83 and the 49ers are 2.00 (at +2.5).
The National Football League (NFL), the highest level of professional American football in the United States, has two conferences, one of which is called the National Football Conference (NFC). Both the NFC and its rival conference, the American Football Conference (AFC), have 16 clubs divided into four divisions. The NFC winner books a ticket to the Super Bowl, the NFL’s Championship Game.