San Francisco 49ers
4th in NFC West
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49ers InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
Jimmy Garoppolo (Ankle) is out this week.
K'Waun Williams (Shin) is out this week.
Alex Mack (Illness) is out this week.
Raheem Mostert (Ankle) is out this week.
Bennie Fowler (Shoulder) is out this week.
Robbie Gould (Illness) is out this week.
Jaquiski Tartt (Groin) is out this week.
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James Burgess (Hamstring) is out this week.
Maurice Hurst (Calf) is questionable this week.
Tarvarius Moore (Knee) is questionable this week.
Emmanuel Moseley (Hamstring) is questionable this week.
Jalen Hurd (Knee) is out this week.
Dre Greenlaw (Undisclosed) is out this week.
Deebo Samuel (Hamstring) is out this week.
Kevin Givens (Undisclosed) is out this week.
Javon Kinlaw (Knee) is out this week.
Brandon Aiyuk (Ankle) is out this week.
JaMycal Hasty (Collarbone) is out this week.
49ers 2021 Schedule
|QB||Jimmy Garoppolo||Nick Mullens||CJ Beathard|
|RB||Raheem Mostert||Tevin Coleman|
|WR||Kendrick Bourne||Brandon Aiyuk|
|TE||George Kittle||Jordan Reed||Ross Dwelley|
|LT||Trent Williams||Justin Skule|
|LG||Laken Tomlinson||Colton McKivitz|
|RG||Daniel Brunskill||Tom Compton|
|LDT||Solomon Thomas||Javon Kinlaw|
|RDT||David Jones||Kentavius Street||Kevin Givens|
|RDE||Nick Bosa||Kerry Hyder|
|LCB||Richard Sherman||Jason Verrett|
|SS||Jaquiski Tartt||Marcell Harris|
|FS||Jimmie Ward||Tarvarius Moore|
|RCB||Emmanuel Moseley||Ahkello Witherspoon|
|MIKE||Federico Warner||Azeez Al-Shaair|
|SAM||Dre Greenlaw||Mark Nzeocha|
|KOR||Richie James||Jerick McKinnon|
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San Francisco 49ers
The 2020 season was one to forget for the San Francisco 49ers, who dealt with a slew of injuries, had to play home games in Arizona, and ultimately finished a miserable 6-10 and landed in last place in the NFC West. Things weren't much better from a betting perspective, either, as the 49ers finished under 50% against-the-spread, including a poor 1-5 record as the home team.
Despite entering the 2021 season with some QB uncertainty with Jimmy Garoppolo and new draft pick Trey Lance, oddsmakers are expecting a bounce-back season in which the 49ers could push for double-digit wins and a shot at regaining the NFC West crown.
San Francisco 49ers Point Spreads
It's no surprise that the 49ers weren't profitable for bettors against-the-spread last year given that they underperformed expectations. That's a big aspect of spread betting, one of the most popular bet types in the U.S. Spread bets are wagers on the margin of victory of games, set by sportsbooks.
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a 49ers game:
- 49ers -3.5 (-110)
- Seahawks +3.5 (-110)
In this example, the 49ers are favored by 3.5 points over the . You can tell San Francisco is the favorite because of the minus sign (-) next to the spread number. If you wanted to bet on the 49ers, what you're betting on is that they'll beat the Seahawks by four or more points. A 49ers spread bet would lose if they won by only a field goal or less, or if Seattle won outright.
San Francisco 49ers Over/Unders
Another very popular bet type on an NFL Sunday is an , also called a total. With these bets, you aren't concerned at all about the spread or which team wins. Whether it's close or a blowout, it doesn't matter. Over/under bets are all about the total points scored by both teams in the game.
Let's use a 49ers game as an example: Say they're at home facing the , and sportsbooks list the total at 43 points. As a bettor, you have the option of wagering on the over or under on that 43 number. If you bet the over, you'd win if the 49ers and Rams combined for 44 or more points. Of course, an under would cash at 42 or fewer points. It's possible the game finishes at exactly 43 points, which is called a and no one loses.
Just because a team has a winning or losing record doesn't mean that bettors haven't been able to make money on their moneylines, which are bets simply on which team will win. The margin of victory doesn't matter with moneylines -- just which team gets the "W" at the end of the game.
The reason why a team could still be profitable despite a losing record is because moneyline odds are set based on expectations. For example, if the 49ers played the , they might have a moneyline of -150, which means you'd have to bet $15 for every $10 you'd want to profit on a 49ers win. If San Francisco was an underdog, a 49ers might look like +130, in which case bettors would net out $13 for every $10 wagered.
San Francisco 49ers Props
If you're worried about team performance but really believe in a single player, prop bets are right up your alley. Player prop bets are wagers on the statistical outcome of a player, and you can bet on a variety of stats including passing yards, receiving yards, touchdowns, and much more.
Some notable 49ers props to keep your eye on in 2021 include George Kittle to score at touchdown on any given week, Raheem Mostert to rush for over/under a certain number of yards, and more.
The betting doesn't just start and stop on an NFL Sunday, Thursday Night Football, or Monday Night Football. You can also bet on end-of-season outcomes, which are called futures bets.