Vikings vs. 49ers Odds Tracker: Shop the Best Divisional Round Spread & Over/Under

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Updated Vikings vs. 49ers Odds

  • Spread: 49ers -7
  • Over/Under: 44.5
  • Kickoff: Saturday at 4:35 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: NBC

Odds as of Thursday afternoon and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500. NJ, PA, IN and WV only.


The 1-seeded San Francisco 49ers and 6-seeded Minnesota Vikings kick off the Divisional Round on Saturday. In the meantime, we’ll be tracking how the betting odds shift throughout the week, including where to find the best lines.

Find the latest updates below.

Vikings-49ers Odds Tracker

Thursday Afternoon

Not much has changed since Wednesday evening, with the spread (7) and over/under (44-44.5) holding steady across the five books we’re tracking.

Still, if you’re shopping for the best lines, here are your options as of writing:

Wednesday Evening

This over/under continues to fall from its 46.5-point opener, dropping another half-point since this morning to 44 at four of the five sportsbooks we’re tracking.

The spread, however, remains at 49ers -7 across the market.

Here are the best lines as of writing:


Wednesday Morning

The 49ers are holding steady at-7 at all five sportsbook we’re tracking.

The over/under, however, has continued to fall from the 46.5-point opener, dropping another half-point over the past 24 hours to 44.5 across the market.

If you’re shopping for the best lines, here are your options as of writing:


Tuesday Morning

Within hours of opening as 7.5-point favorites on Sunday, the 49ers were bet down to -6.5, but have since come back up to the key number of -7.

The over/under also quickly dipped from 46.5 to 45 shortly after opening, but has held steady at the lower number.

Here are the best lines as of writing:


How the Vikings Advanced to the Divisional Round

The Vikings were in the thick of the NFC North title race for much of the season, but were eventually outran by the Packers. Still, having locked-in the 6-seed before Week 17 afforded the Vikings the chance to sit certain starters for the regular-season finale.

That extra rest seemed to pay off as the Vikings pulled off an overtime upset of the 3-seeded Saints as 7.5-point underdogs in the Superdome on Sunday.

Now the Vikings draw the NFC No. 1 seed, the 49ers, who Kirk Cousins beat in his regular-season debut for Minnesota in 2018.

How the 49ers Advanced to the Divisional Round

The 49ers were one yard away from a Week 17 loss in Seattle that would’ve made them the 5-seed. But their game-winning goal-line stand secured the Niners a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.

This is their first postseason appearance since the 2013 season, when they followed up a Super Bowl appearance with a loss in the NFC title game.

Now they draw the 6-seeded Vikings, who they haven’t faced since Week 1 of last season.

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