49ers vs. Dolphins NFL Week 13 Betting Lines

San Francisco 49ers NFL Week 13 Betting Lines

San Francisco 49ers NFL Betting

It will be something of a homecoming when the Miami Dolphins face the San Francisco 49ers in the Bay Area this week. Mike McDaniel was Kyle Shanahan’s assistant for over a decade, and McDaniel spent five years under Shanahan in San Francisco before taking over as the head coach of the Dolphins this season. He brought multiple players from San Francisco to Miami with him, so there will be a lot of familiarity when these teams square off in Week 13.

On Sunday, December 4, 2022, the San Francisco 49ers will take on the Miami Dolphins at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. Kickoff is scheduled for 4:05 p.m. ET on FOX.

NFL Week 13 Betting Odds

Miami Dolphins +4

San Francisco 49ers -4

Total: 46

Money Lines: Dolphins +166, 49ers -195

San Francisco 49ers Week 13 Matchup

Both of these offenses may struggle to move the chains considering the familiarity that McDaniel and Shanahan have with one another’s schemes. However, Miami does hold a distinct advantage as this passing attack is the envy of all but a handful of teams in the league. Tua Tagovailoa is putting up gaudy numbers, completing 69.7% of his passes for 2,564 yards (9.0 YPA) with 19 touchdowns and three interceptions. He has only been sacked 12 times, allowing him to connect on deep balls with Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle rather often.

Hill leads the NFL with 87 receptions for 1,233 yards. Waddle is also in the top five in receiving yards with 56 catches for 963 yards and six touchdowns. They are the most prolific receiving tandem in the league, and that has helped the ground game. Raheem Mostert leads the way with 543 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 4.6 YPC, while Jeff Wilson Jr. has run for 209 yards and two touchdowns in his three games since joining Miami from San Francisco.

The 49ers have by far the best defense in the league. They rank first in scoring defense (15.7 PPG), total defense (281.7 YPG), yards per play (4.7 YPP), and they are the best run defense in the NFL too. They have overcome some key injuries along the defensive line, but they are largely healthy again with the exception of Javon Kinlaw. However, the secondary could be in trouble as Jason Verrett and Emmanuel Moseley are both on injured reserve prior to a showdown with this passing attack.

Jimmy Garoppolo is questionable to play this week with a knee injury. Garoppolo has played very well this season, and it would be a disappointment not to have him available. Brock Purdy would get the start in his place if Jimmy G couldn’t play, and that would change this offense. The ground game would need to be able to move the chains, but Elijah Mitchell is injured once more and Christian McCaffrey is banged up too.

That gives Miami’s defense some hope. The Dolphins haven’t been great on this side of the ball, but they have improved over the last month.

San Francisco 49ers Week 12 Recap

We saw the San Francisco 49ers make history last week in their 13-0 win over the New Orleans Saints. New Orleans hadn’t been shutout in over two decades, but the Saints were no match for the 49ers defense. They had just 14 first downs and 260 total yards while turning the ball over twice.

Andy Dalton completed 18 of 29 passes for 204 yards in the loss. Surprisingly, he ended up being New Orleans’ leading rusher on the day with four carries for 21 yards, as the Saints couldn’t get anything done on the ground. Taysom Hill, Alvin Kamara, and Mark Ingram II teamed up to carry the ball 17 times for 36 yards, averaging just over 2.0 YPC. Chris Olave was the leading receiver with five catches for 62 yards on nine targets.

San Francisco didn’t do a ton on offense. The 49ers’ ground game stalled out with 29 carries for 96 yards, as Christian McCaffrey was held in check with under 3.0 YPC. Jimmy Garoppolo ended up completing 26 of 37 passes for 222 yards and a touchdown to keep this offense on track. Brandon Aiyuk caught five passes for 65 yards, and Jauan Jennings had six receptions for 49 yards and a TD.

San Francisco 49ers Schedule & Results

Week 1 at Chicago Bears L 10-19 0-1
Week 2 vs. Seattle Seahawks W 27-7 1-1
Week 3 at Denver Broncos L 10-11 1-2
Week 4 vs. Los Angeles Rams W 24-9 2-2
Week 5 at Carolina Panthers W 37-15 3-2
Week 6 at Atlanta Falcons L 14-28 3-3
Week 7 vs. Kansas City Chiefs L 23-44 3-4
Week 8 at Los Angeles Rams W 31-14 4-4
Week 9 BYE
Week 10 vs. Los Angeles Chargers W 22-16 5-4
Week 11 at Arizona Cardinals W 38-10 6-4
Week 12 vs. New Orleans Saints W 13-0 7-4
Week 13 vs. Miami Dolphins - -
Week 14 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - -
Week 15 at Seattle Seahawks - -
Week 16 vs. Washington Commanders - -
Week 17 at Las Vegas Raiders - -
Week 18 vs. Arizona Cardinals - -

The 49ers remain a valuable and attractive property to the networks, which is reflected in their schedule this year.

In week three, San Francisco is at the Denver Broncos on NBC Sunday Night Football. The 49ers will host the arch-rival Los Angeles Rams on ESPN Monday Night Football in week four. Week ten brings a home matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers on NBC Sunday Night Football. The following week is a home game against the NFC West rival Arizona Cardinals on ESPN Monday Night Football. While in Week 15, the 49ers are at the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday Night Prime Video.

Although the Broncos are an AFC team, there will be plenty of familiarity in the matchup. Former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has joined the Broncos. Wilson and the 49ers had plenty of high-stakes matchups during his days in Seattle.

The 49ers and Rams met in the NFC championship game last year. The Rams face a fork in the road season of whether they will be a serious contender to repeat or will LA have a Super Bowl hangover.

Another attractive matchup not on prime time comes in week seven against the Kansas City Chiefs. That is a Super Bowl rematch from three seasons ago.

NFL Football Picks

San Francisco 49ers Past Seasons(2000)

2021 10-7 Lost Conference Championship
2020 6-10 None
2019 13-3 Lost Super Bowl
2018 4-12 None
2017 6-10 None
2016 2-14 None
2015 5-11 None
2014 8-8 None
2013 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2012 11-4-1 Lost Super Bowl
2011 13-3 Lost Conference Championship
2010 6-10 None
2009 8-8 None
2008 7-9 None
2007 5-11 None
2006 7-9 None
2005 4-12 None
2004 2-14 None
2003 7-9 None
2002 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2001 12-4 Lost Wild Card Round
2000 6-10 None

Born in 1946 as members of the All-American Football Conference, the San Francisco 49ers have a rich history that has earned them a spot among the NFL’s legacy franchises.

The 49ers won the last AAFC championship in 1949 before the league merged into the NFL. From 1950 through 1969, the 49ers made the playoffs only one time.

From 1970 through 1972, the 49ers won the NFC West three consecutive seasons and made the NFC championship game twice. Quarterback John Brodie and wide receiver Gene Washington starred for those teams.

In 1981 the 49ers forged their first dynasty. Bill Walsh led them to three Super Bowl championships from 1981 through 1988. And the team he built won another one under George Seifert the year after Walsh retired. Also, Seifert won the franchise’s final Super Bowl in 1994. San Francisco missed the playoffs only once, from 1983 through 1998.

Since 2012 the 49ers have made two more Super Bowls, losing each time.

A great and proud lineage of players has lit up the 49ers' marquee. Joe Montana, Steve Young, Jerry Rice, Roger Craig, Ronnie Lott, and Dwight Clark are just some of the great 49ers legends.

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