Packers Vs. 49ers Divisional Round Props: Odds For Christian McCaffrey, Deebo Samuel, And More

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The San Francisco 49ers open their postseason by hosting the Green Bay Packers in a Divisional Round matchup this Saturday night. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET, on January 20, and FOX will have the broadcast. The 49ers are at on the point spread, and the game has an over/under line of points. 

Divisional round player props: Packers vs. 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers offense has been on fire since the front office traded for Christian McCaffrey halfway through last season and the team turned to Brock Purdy at quarterback. The Niners have produced 30-plus points in 16 of Purdy’s 25 appearances with the franchise, but they had just 17 points in each of three consecutive losses this season when Deebo Samuel and Trent Williams were both injured. The Niners’ six-game winning streak ended with a Monday night loss to the Ravens on Christmas, but they still earned the top seed in the NFC. 

The Green Bay Packers began their first season since 2007 without Aaron Rodgers, starting with a record of 2-5, but they rallied for a 7-3 finish to make the playoffs, then dealt the Cowboys a 48-32 defeat in the wild card round. The Packers are 4-5 on the road this season, but they are averaging more points per game (25.3) away from Lambeau Field. Jordan Love has found offensive success with an inexperienced receiving corps, and Christian Watson (hamstring) could remain out in the divisional round. 

Below, we’ll take a look at some player props for this matchup. If you are located in a state where pick’em contests are legal, feel free to check out our PrizePicks and Underdog reviews.

Anytime TD scorer props for Packers vs. 49ers

Christian McCaffrey tied the NFL record with a touchdown in 17 straight games, including the playoffs, after joining the 49ers midway through last season. The Niners gave their workhorse back some rest in Week 17 and sat him due to knee tendonitis in Week 18. 

Aaron Jones has rushed for 119 yards per game over his last four appearances and ran in three touchdowns last Sunday in a rout of the Cowboys. Jones now has eight total touchdowns over six playoff appearances. 

Quarterback passing props for Packers vs. 49ers

Brock Purdy averaged 309.4 passing yards per game with a 72.1% completion rate at home this season, compared to 234.9 passing yards per game with a 67.2% completion rate on the road. Last postseason, he averaged 273 yards with three touchdowns in two wins over Seattle and Dallas before getting knocked out of the NFC championship game with an elbow injury. 

Jordan Love completed 16 of 21 passes for 272 yards and three touchdowns in his postseason debut in Dallas. He averaged 223.1 passing yards per game with 17 touchdowns in nine road starts this season. Love finished strong with a 21:3 touchdown-to-interception ratio over his final 10 starts in the regular season.   

Over/under passing yard props for Packers vs. 49ers

Passing TD prop bets for Packers vs. 49ers

Receiving yard props for Packers vs. 49ers

Brandon Aiyuk finished second in the NFL with 17.9 yards per catch this season. He is averaging 4.6 receptions for 76.7 receiving yards per game over 24 games with Purdy at quarterback. Jayden Reed posted 112 receiving yards in Green Bay’s finale against the Bears but failed to haul in any of his three targets in his postseason debut against Dallas.  

Reception props for Packers vs. 49ers

The 49ers use Deebo Samuel as a runner and receiver in short yardage areas. Samuel averaged 4.3 receptions for 70.3 receiving yards per game last postseason. He’s averaging 18.6 yards per reception on 3.6 catches per game at home this season. 

Rushing yard props for Packers vs. 49ers

Christian McCaffrey led the NFL with 1,459 rushing yards this season and added 564 receiving yards over 16 appearances. He’s averaged 71.9 rushing yards per game at home versus 92.2 rushing yards per game on the road since joining the 49ers.