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Leg-1: Green Bay Packers +9.5 (-115)

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Packers vs. 49ers, Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under – NFL Divisional Round

Moneyline: Packers (+350), 49ers (-450)
Spread: Packers +9.5 (-110), 49ers -9.5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 50.5 Points - Over (-100), Under (-110) 

NFL Schedule Divisional Round – Game info - Packers at 49ers

2023-24 NFL Divisional Round Game
Green Bay Packers (9-8) vs. San Francisco 49ers (12-5)
Date: Saturday, Jan. 20
Time: 8:15 pm ET
Venue: Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: FuboTV

The San Francisco 49ers, this year's NFC favorites to reach the Super Bowl, will take on the underdog Green Bay Packers at home on Saturday night. The Packers are coming off a stunning upset of the Cowboys last Sunday in Dallas – a day in which head coach Matt LaFleur’s team became the first No. 7 seed to win an NFL playoff game. Green Bay utterly dominated the Cowboys in defeating them 48-32. The game was not even as close as the final score would indicate, and its outcome was never really in doubt after the Packers went up 27-0.

Green Bay was the only road team to win in last weekend’s NFL Wild-Card Round, thanks in large part to the performance of first-year starting quarterback Jordan Love, who had a phenomenal playoff debut. Love threw three touchdown passes and posted an almost perfect passer rating of 157.2. However, this upcoming visit to the West Coast would appear to be a much tougher test for the extremely young Packers team.

Packers at 49ers Preview

The Packers entered last Sunday’s game in Dallas as 7.5-point underdogs, since most observers had picked Dallas to make it into this weekend’s NFC Divisional Round. However, most of the 93,000-strong crowd at AT&T Stadium were in stunned silence by halftime, because Green Bay raced to a 27-0 lead in the second quarter and never looked back.

On offense, the Packers looked nothing like a No. 7 seed. Green Bay quarterback Jordan Love diced up the Dallas secondary through the air, finding seven different targets over the course of the day. While Love was doing his thing, Packers running back Aaron Jones rushed for 118 yards and three touchdowns in the best playoff showing of his seven-year pro career.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the ball, much-maligned Packers defensive coordinator Joe Barry watched his unit rack up four sacks and two interceptions against Dallas. That included safety Darnell Savage’s 64-yard pick-six right before the half. It was truly a statement win by the Packers, who showed that they are not just in this year’s postseason to round out the field.

Their stellar performance earned them a trip to the Golden State to face head coach Kyle Shanahan’s San Francisco 49ers – a team that has knocked the Packers out of the playoffs twice in the past five years. Shanahan and his coaching staff no doubt watched Sunday’s game intently, much like 40 million other Americans, because they had the weekend off after earning a first-round bye as the NFC’s best regular-season team.

The 49ers were able to rest many of their starters in their Week 18 game against the Los Angeles Rams, so they should come into Saturday’s matchup feeling re-energized and revitalized as they continue their bid for franchise’s first title in 29 years. San Francisco reached last year’s NFC Championship Game, but lost to Philadelphia in part because of an injury to quarterback Brock Purdy. With Purdy healthy, 49ers fans are feeling optimistic and anticipate an even better playoff run this year.

The main reason for the Niners’ success has been the sheer wealth of talent they possess on offense. Green Bay’s defense ranks 16th in the NFL when it comes to total yards allowed per game, so the Packers will need to step up even more than they did last week if they hope to pull off an upset in San Francisco.

The star of the show on this offense is NFL Offensive Player of the Year frontrunner Christian McCaffrey. The star running back racked up over 2,000 scrimmage yards and 21 touchdowns this season to lead the league in both categories. A calf injury kept him out of the regular-season finale, and the extra week off gave him the necessary time to heal, because he is expected to start on Saturday night.

Green Bay’s defense is the NFL’s fifth-worst in terms of stopping the run, but even if the Packers can keep McCaffrey quiet, they will still have to deal with the 49ers’ elite receiving trio of wide receivers Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel, as well as tight end George Kittle. Each of these three players is talented enough to be the No. 1 offensive threat on several other NFL teams

San Francisco scored at least 27 points in 12 of 17 games during the regular season, and the 49ers never scored fewer than 17 points. Former NFL Draft “Mr. Irrelevant” Brock Purdy definitely has an exceptional cast to work with from his quarterback position, but it is hard to deny how well he has led this team throughout the year. Purdy had the NFL regular season’s best passer rating at 113 and impressively managed to throw for 31 touchdowns against just 11 interceptions on the year.

On defense, the Niners also have personnel who can make Saturday a very long night for Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur and his players. San Francisco defensive coordinator Steve Wilks’ unit has yielded an average of only 17.5 points per game – the third-best mark in the NFL. Led by unanimous First Team All-Pro linebacker Fred Warner, the 49ers defense has been impressive from wire to wire, and it will give the Packers coaching staff plenty of sleepless nights leading up to the game.

Packers vs. 49ers Prediction and Pick

The San Francisco 49ers are quite possibly the best team in football this year, and the nearly 10-point spread here reflects the overwhelming confidence that so many people have in head coach Kyle Shanahan’s squad. While there is no doubt that San Francisco has an exceptionally talented roster, Green Bay also showed last Sunday that it is no joke. The Niners will need to be wary of the Packers’ offense, particularly early in the game.

The Niners are, on balance, a better team than Dallas, and they definitely seem less prone to collapses like the one we all witnessed in Texas on Sunday. However, when I consider how well this Green Bay offense and quarterback Jordan Love are playing, I can’t help but think that a spread of 9.5 points is too many, particularly when the underdog is a team that just put up 48 points against one of the league’s top defenses.

The Pick: Green Bay Packers +9.5 (-110)

Carrying on with this line of thinking, it feels as if a lot of points are going to be scored on Saturday night. The game’s over/under total has been set pretty high for a reason, but these are two pro football teams that I really trust to put up points based on how they are playing.

The Packers have scored at least 33 points in three of their last four games. Meanwhile, as I previously stated, San Francisco has one of the NFL’s most reliable offenses -- with so many weapons at quarterback Brock Purdy’s disposal. Last week’s Green Bay-Dallas game saw a total of 80 points. I don’t think that will be repeated here, but a total of at least 50.5 points looks to be in the cards for Saturday night.

The Pick: Over 50.5 points (-110)
Best NFL Player-Prop Bets for Packers vs. 49ers Christian McCaffrey

This 49ers offense is one of the best in the NFL -- capable of beating teams on the ground and through the air. Each week, quarterback Brock Purdy has a full buffet of options to choose from, but the one man that gets fed more than anyone else is No. 23, running back Christian McCaffrey.

McCaffrey. one of the league’s very best players, excels as a dual threat. Despite all the great receivers on the 49ers roster, McCaffrey managed to tie for the team lead in touchdown catches this season. He had five multi-touchdown games during the regular season, and I expect him to get a sixth here against a rather average Packers defense.

The Pick: Christian McCaffrey 2+ touchdowns (+155)

Jordan Love

The performance of Packers quarterback Jordan Love over the past two months has been nothing short of remarkable. Saturday’s playoff debut brought him up to 21 touchdowns and just one interception since Nov. 12. Those are numbers that would make even Love’s predecessor, Aaron Rodgers, extremely proud.

Love didn’t have to throw a huge amount of passes in Dallas last week, but he was magnificent when he did, and the Cowboys had no answer for the fourth-year man out of Utah State. In terms of yardage, Love has been extremely consistent – throwing for at least 250 yards in eight of his last 10 outings. If San Francisco gets going early in this one, Love will have to throw the ball just to keep pace with the 49ers throughout the night.

Expect Love to put up more than the 21 passing attempts he posted last week, and expect him to remain at the top of his game as he tries to give the Packers a fighting chance here.

The Pick: Jordan Love over 247.5 passing yards (-115)

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