National Football League
San Francisco 49ers vs Seattle Seahawks
On Sunday, NFL Wild Card Round action will take place at Levi's Stadium between the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers. Seattle had a 9-8 record at the end of the regular season. The Seahawks' record was good enough for the NFC's last playoff spot. The 49ers finished the season with a 13-4 record. In the final playoff standings, the 49ers finished in second place.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
San Francisco 49ers - favorite to win
The 49ers began the season with a record of 3-4, including defeats to the Bears, Broncos, Falcons, and Chiefs. This was a shaky start for the 49ers, who finished the year 11-5. Since then, San Francisco has won ten consecutive games in a row, including victories against the Rams, Chargers, Cardinals, Saints, Dolphins, Buccaneers, Seahawks, Commanders, Raiders, and Cardinals in that order. On Sunday, the 49ers competed against Arizona, and by halftime, they held a 21-13 lead over their opponent. The final score was 38-13 for San Francisco, which defeated the Cardinals with a 17-0 second-half scoring advantage. With 178 yards through the air and three touchdowns, Brock Purdy led the team. Elijah Mitchell had the most yards and touchdowns on the ground for the team, with 55.
Seattle Seahawks - Seahawks could upset 49ers
The Seahawks began the season with a record of 6-5, suffering defeats at the hands of the 49ers, Falcons, Saints, Buccaneers, and Raiders along the way. After that point, the Seahawks went on to have a stretch in which they went 3-3, winning their final two games against the Jets and the Rams, respectively. On Sunday, when the Seahawks played the Rams, they entered the second half trailing by a score of 13-6. The Seattle Seahawks were able to mount a comeback and force overtime, where they eventually won 19-16 on a field goal. Kenneth Walker was the team leader in rushing yards with 114, while quarterback Geno Smith threw for 213 yards, scored one touchdown, and had two interceptions.
Expert Betting Tips
San Francisco is on an impressive victory streak and has been competitive outside of a few nail-biters. Not too much time has passed since the last time these teams competed; the last time they did so was on December 15. San Francisco won 21–13 on the road despite only accumulating 15 first downs, 381 total yards, and no turnovers. Although Seattle's impressive postseason run is worthy of praise, the Seahawks' offense has struggled of late, scoring 19 points or less in three of their previous four games. It should be an exciting game to watch, even though I don't think the Seahawks can keep up with the 49ers.