The Philadelphia Eagles (15-3) host the San Francisco 49ers (15-4) in the NFC Championship Game at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday, Jan. 29 at 3:00 p.m. ET. The top two teams in the NFC didn’t meet in the regular season– this will be their first matchup. The Eagles opened as -1.5 (-110) favorites at FanDuel Sportsbook and the 49ers opened at -102 on the money line. Find 49ers at Eagles NFC Championship opening odds below.
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How The Eagles Got Here
Perhaps this year’s most improved team, the Eagles absolutely shredded the Giants in the Wild Card Round. Jalen Hurts appeared perfectly healthy, combining for three touchdowns on the night. Philadelphia returned to the top of Super Bowl 57 odds tables for NFC teams after the beatdown– a spot they’re familiar with this year.
The story of the NFC Divisional Round was the Eagles’ defensive line. Brandon Graham and Feltcher Cox feasted on a hapless Giants offensive front, holding New York to 227 total yards. They dominated on the other side, too, pushing the Giants defensive front far off the line of scrimmage. The Eagles rushed for a staggering 268 yards.
The competition rises in the NFC Championship Game. The 49ers have the athleticism on defense to combat the Eagles running game, especially Hurts’ dynamic rushing ability.
How The 49ers Got Here
Despite losing their top two starting quarterbacks, the 49ers will get a chance to play for a spot in the Super Bowl. Mr. Irrelevant Brock Purdy led the team to a 7-0 record, including 2-0 in the postseason over the Seahawks and Cowboys. Purdy fits the offensive system run by Kyle Shanahan to a T, getting +0.3 completion over percentage (CPOE) during the regular season.
Offensive weapons like Deebo Samuel, George Kittle, and Christian McCaffrey help the young Purdy along in his success.
Defense led the way for San Francisco. DPOY leader Nick Bosa terrorized opposing offensive lines, most recently Dallas’. He’ll have his hands full with a good Eagles offensive front, though the unit struggles with injury. There’s no doubt the 49ers earned their spot in the NFC title game, but they face their toughest challenge of the season in Philly.
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