Packers vs. 49ers Odds NFC Championship Game

Packers vs. 49ers Odds NFC Championship Game
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Two of the NFL’s most storied franchises will get together in Santa Clara with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line when the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers meet in the NFC Championship Game this weekend. Both teams used a bye week and home-field advantage to knock off wild card opponents in the divisional round, meaning two of the league’s most successful teams will get an opportunity to add to their trophy cases. The 49ers are looking for their sixth Super Bowl title and their first in 25 years, while the Packers will look to win it all for a fifth time. Without further ado, let’s take a look at everything you need to know ahead of the NFC Championship Game, including Packers vs. 49ers odds, game details, 2020 Super Bowl odds, betting trends, and how to wager on the matchup.

Here is the current look at the NFC Championship Game odds:

DraftKings Sportsbook

      Spread     Money        Total
Packers         +7.5 (-115)      +270   O 46.5 (-110)
49ers         -7.5 (-106)      -315   U 46.5 (-110)

 

49ers Are Solid Favorite Over Packers

Let’s break down the current Packers vs. 49ers point spread.

Parity did not reign supreme in the NFC with the conference’s top two seeds reaching the conference championship game, so perhaps it’s also no surprise the No. 1 seed 49ers (14-3) opened as a strong betting favorite over the No. 2 seed Packers (14-3) once the matchup was set.

Over at DraftKings Sportsbook, oddsmakers installed San Francisco as a seven-point favorite over Green Bay with the game total at 45 points. Betting action throughout the week has since shifted both numbers. More on that in just a minute.

Though the Packers enter the NFC Championship Game riding a six-game winning streak and have the benefit of legendary quarterback Aaron Rodgers under center, it’s hard to overlook the 37-8 blowout loss they suffered to the 49ers at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday Night Football back in November–incidentally, that’s also the last time the Packers lost a game. It’s also hard to overlook a San Francisco team that controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the football against the Vikings on their way to outscoring Minnesota by a 20-3 margin over the final three quarters this past weekend.

Packers vs. 49ers Game Information

  • Date: Sunday, January 19
  • Time: 6:40 p.m. EST
  • Location: Levi’s Stadium (Santa Clara, CA)
  • Network: FOX
  • Announcers: Joe Buck (play-by-play), Troy Aikman (color analyst), Erin Andrews (sideline reporter)
  • Radio: KNBR 680(San Francisco), WIXX 101.1 FM (Green Bay)
  • Weather: Partly Cloudy, 66 degrees, 15 mph NNE Winds

Packers-49ers Line Movement

The line opened at 49ers -7 in the moments following the Packers win over the Seahawks but quickly moved to -7.5 and has remained there throughout the week. That early betting action has moved the total at most sportsbooks from an opening number of 45 all the way up to 46.5.

Where is the Money Going?

Let’s take a look at the current Packers-49ers betting market report.

As of early Friday morning, we’re seeing relatively split action on this game. The 49ers are drawing 56% of all spread bets and 56% of the action. The action on the total is strongly leaning in favor of the over with 69% of all bets and 66% of the handle on the same side.

San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Odds

Note: You can check out the Super Bowl odds for all four remaining teams over at our Super Bowl 54 odds page.

The 49ers entered play last weekend with +320 odds to win it all, and those odds have since shifted to +160. Only the Chiefs (+135) currently have better odds. That’s little surprise after San Francisco’s dominant 27-10 win in which it outgained Minnesota by a 308-147 margin. And, of course, there was that aforementioned home beatdown of Green Bay back in November, so the love for the 49ers is warranted.

San Francisco was as a +3600 longshot to win the Super Bowl in the days leading up to the start of the regular season, but their odds quickly improved to +650 over the first two months of the season as they raced out to an 8-0 start. Following San Francisco’s wild 47-45 win over New Orleans in December, it briefly held the NFC’s best odds to win it all at +470, but a stumble at Atlanta ballooned that number to +700. Certainly, that would’ve been the time to lock in Kyle Shanahan’s squad.

Green Bay Packers Super Bowl Odds

Note: Once again, be sure to check out our full Super Bowl 54 odds page.

The Packers came into last weekend with +750 odds to win the Lombardi Trophy and moved to +550 after their divisional round win over Seattle, but that number has since ballooned back to +650.

At +1600 odds, Green Bay entered the season as one of the NFC’s top Super Bowl contenders and managed to stay there throughout most of it. After the Packers’ loss to the 49ers in November, they slipped to +1900 odds but that number steadily shortened during their late-season run.

How to Bet on the NFC Championship Game

If you’re in the state of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Indiana, or West Virginia–you can wager on the NFC Championship Game between the Packers and 49ers and take advantage of some excellent sign up bonuses, risk-free bets, and deposit matches offered by the various legal sportsbooks.

Packers-49ers Prop Bets

Here are some of the top Packers-49ers prop bets, courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook:

  • George Kittle to Score a Touchdown (+130)
  • Jimmy Garoppolo  Over/Under 249.5 Passing Yards
  • Aaron Rodgers Over/Under 239.5 Passing Yards
  • Aaron Jones Over/Under 64.5 Yards
  • Deebo Samuel Over/Under 50.5 yards

Packers vs. 49ers Betting Trends

Note: All trends go back to the 2003 season.

Here are some early betting trends for the P

ackers vs. 49ers NFC Championship matchup:

  • Home teams are 17-15 ATS in the championship round, while home favorites are 14-12 ATS.
  • No. 1 seeds are 12-10 ATS in conference championship games, including 10-8 ATS as a favorite. They’re also 6-7 ATS against No. 2 seeds.
  • Teams that won the previous head-to-head matchup by at least 14 points are 1-7 ATS in conference championship games.
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