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San Francisco 49ers NFL Betting Online

San Francisco 49ers NFL Betting Online

The San Francisco 49ers continued their tradition of excellence last NFL betting season by representing the NFC in the Super Bowl, a year after falling short in the NFC title game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Kyle Shanahan’s team avenged that defeat during the regular season, decisively beating the Eagles 42-19 in Philadelphia as field goal favorites. They then secured a spot in the Super Bowl for a rematch with the Kansas City Chiefs, whom they lost to in Super Bowl LIV in a heartbreaking fashion. Although they didn't surrender a 10-point fourth-quarter lead this time around, the 25-22 overtime loss was equally painful, with the chance to hoist the Lombardi Trophy slipping away once again.

Despite significant offseason changes with numerous departures and additions, oddsmakers still expect the Niners to be one of the league’s elite teams, as most key players from last year's squad remain on the roster. Consequently, it's no surprise to see San Francisco favored to win the NFC (+245) as well as heavy -225 chalk to win the NFC West for a third consecutive time. Only the two-time defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs have shorter odds to win Super Bowl LIX than the Niners (+657). With top-10 units on both sides of the ball last season and offseason improvements made by GM John Lynch, the window of opportunity remains wide open for the 49ers to reach the Promised Land once again. Whether this results in the franchise's sixth Super Bowl title is the question all NFL futures bettors would love to have answered heading into the 2024-25 campaign.

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2024 San Francisco 49ers Futures Odds
ODDS TO WIN 2024 NFC +245

Kyle Shanahan finished fifth in the AP Coach of the Year voting last season. Brock Purdy secured fourth in MVP and seventh in AP Offensive Player of the Year voting. Christian McCaffrey clinched the OPOY Award with nearly 89 percent of the first-place votes. In short, the 49ers' offense was electrifying, averaging nearly 400 yards and close to 29 points per game. Purdy silenced his critics by throwing for 4,280 yards and 31 touchdowns, while McCaffrey amassed over 2,000 scrimmage yards and 21 touchdowns. The offensive line was among the league's best, allowing just 34 sacks (No. 6) and paving the way for over 140 rushing yards per game (No. 3) at 4.7 yards per carry (No. 4). Their 13.9 offensive yard per point average and +9.8 scoring margin were both third-best in the NFL. In essence, the offense was dominant and retains all key players from last year.

Additions include Florida WR Ricky Pearsall, TE Logan Thomas, and several offensive linemen from the draft. The Brandon Aiyuk situation remains unresolved, and if he is traded before the season starts, it would remove a significant weapon. Nevertheless, it was the defense that faltered in crucial moments last season. Despite logging 48 regular-season sacks, the stop unit only managed six in all throughout the playoffs. To address this, former DB coach Nick Sorensen was promoted to defensive coordinator, with hopes of invigorating the pass rush. Leonard Floyd, coming off a 10.5-sack season in Buffalo, was added at defensive end. Talanoa Hufanga also returns after making significant contributions before incurring a season-ending injury. The 49ers had the third-stingiest scoring defense last season and aim to maintain their dominance in 2024-25.

Oddsmakers expect the 49ers to be a formidable opponent this season based on their current futures odds. They are heavy favorites to win the NFC and the NFC West and are also -565 favorites to secure a playoff berth for the fourth straight season. While seven teams have double-digit win totals, the 49ers, along with the Chiefs, have the highest at 11.5 games. Interestingly, bettors are leaning towards the under, with heavier -130 odds on that side. Despite this, the reigning NFC champions and two-time defending division titleholders face a schedule that is considered league average, ranking fifteenth in difficulty according to Sharp Football Analysis. Their schedule includes six NFC West games, four each against the NFC North and AFC East, and island games against the Kansas City Chiefs, Dallas Cowboys, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers—the reigning champions of the AFC West, NFC East, and NFC South, respectively. The 49ers will also play six primetime games, with nine of their 17 overall games to be played in the comforts of Levi’s Stadium.

San Francisco 49ers Schedule & Results

Week 1 vs. New York Jets - -
Week 2 at Minnesota Vikings - -
Week 3 at Los Angeles Rams - -
Week 4 vs. New England Patriots - -
Week 5 vs. Arizona Cardinals - -
Week 6 at Seattle Seahawks - -
Week 7 vs. Kansas City Chiefs - -
Week 8 vs. Dallas Cowboys - -
Week 10 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers - -
Week 11 vs. Seattle Seahawks - -
Week 12 at Green Bay Packers - -
Week 13 at Buffalo Bills - -
Week 14 vs. Chicago Bears - -
Week 15 vs. Los Angeles Rams - -
Week 16 at Miami Dolphins - -
Week 17 vs. Detroit Lions - -
Week 18 at Arizona Cardinals - -

Founded in 1946 as members of the All-American Football Conference (AAFC), the San Francisco 49ers have established a rich history that places them among the NFL’s legacy franchises. They won the final AAFC championship in 1949 before the league merged with the NFL. However, from 1950 through 1969, the 49ers made the playoffs only once.

The 1970s saw a resurgence, with the 49ers winning the NFC West three consecutive seasons from 1970 to 1972 and reaching the NFC Championship Game twice. Quarterback John Brodie and wide receiver Gene Washington were standout stars during this period. The 49ers' first dynasty began in 1981 under the leadership of Bill Walsh, who guided the team to three Super Bowl championships between 1981 and 1988. After Walsh retired, the team, coached by George Seifert, won another Super Bowl the following year and secured the franchise's final Super Bowl in 1994. From 1983 to 1998, San Francisco missed the playoffs only once.

The 49ers boast a proud lineage of legendary players, including Joe Montana, Steve Young, Jerry Rice, Roger Craig, Ronnie Lott, and Dwight Clark, who have all contributed to the franchise's storied legacy. Since 2012, the 49ers have made three more Super Bowl appearances, though they fell short each time. Kyle Shanahan has led the franchise through two of its most recent Super Bowl losses. If the third attempt proves successful, should it occur, Brock Purdy, Christian McCaffrey, Deebo Samuel, Trent Williams, and Nick Bosa could join the ranks of the team's esteemed legends.

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San Francisco 49ers Past Seasons(2000)

2023 12-5 Lost Super Bowl
2022 13-4 Lost Conference Championship
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

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