- The San Francisco 49ers have -190 odds to make the playoffs.
- The 49ers have a 6-6 record and are in seventh place in the NFC.
SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco 49ers are currently in seventh place in the NFC with a 6-6 record.
With that said, NFL online sportsbooks are favoring the 49ers to make the playoffs with their remaining games on their schedule being on the lighter side.
San Francisco 49ers Odds To Make The Playoffs
- Yes -190
- No +145
Easy Road In
With the San Francisco 49ers already in the playoff picture, if the season ended today, it is clear as to why they are favored to make it in.
They are sitting with a 6-6 record which is a half-game ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles, and one game ahead of the Minnesota Vikings, Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, and New Orleans Saints.
Luckily for the 49ers, their remaining opponents are combining for just a 30-30 record.
In the 49ers' last five games of the season, the Atlanta Falcons and Houston Texans are both teams with below .500 records. The Niners should be favored in both.
They also have a matchup with the Tennessee Titans who are banged up right now with no true RB1 and both AJ Brown and Julio Jones dealing with lingering injuries.
The Eagles would have a tough time taking over the final spot from the Niners being that they have two matchups with the Washington Football Team who are currently in the playoffs, and the Dallas Cowboys who sit with an 8-4 record.
As for the Vikings and Panthers, they also have a tough remaining schedule. The Vikings opponents combine for a 31-28-1 record and include teams such as the Pittsburgh Steelers, Los Angeles Rams, and Green Bay Packers. The Panthers remaining opponents have a combined record of 35-25 as they are scheduled to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers two times and the Buffalo Bills once.
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