49ers at Seahawks: 3 Underdog Props We Love
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! We have a lot to be thankful for this week, and the three games on the slate are a big part of that. We are going to cover each game individually, cooking up our three favorite props in each contest, which can all be found on Underdog.
The night game of this slate is between the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers. The schedule makers certainly saved the best game for last, as both of these teams are starting to peak at the right time.
Brock Purdy seems to be on a roll, and as long as Geno Smith stays healthy, he should be in a good position to keep the Seahawks' offense on the right track. We’re anticipating an exciting game, one that should provide lots of entertainment as everyone tries to recover from their collective food comas.
Brock Purdy OVER 1.5 Touchdown Passes
As previously mentioned, Purdy seems to be back. He threw three touchdown passes last week en route to a perfect passer rating but remained critical about his performance.
Purdy is in a good place with all of his receivers, and with the majority of the team back to full health, he should have no problem delivering at least two touchdown passes against the Seahawks.
Look for the over to hit on this one by halftime.
Jake Moody OVER 2.5 Extra Points
This play goes right along with our Purdy prop. We think this game will be more high-scoring than many people think, and the 49ers should score several touchdowns in this one.
If Purdy throws his 2+ touchdowns that we’re predicting, and one of their running backs falls into the endzone, we’re looking at another easy hit here. Moody has been money on extra points this year.
If he has the opportunity to make three extra points, he should deliver for us.
DK Metcalf OVER 59.5 Receiving Yards
The 49ers might have a good defense, but this line is entirely too low. Metcalf has 90+ yards in his last two games, and he and Smith are rolling.
Their connection is undeniable, even against some of the league’s best defenses. We wouldn’t be surprised if he broke the 100-yard threshold in this game, which is why we heavily recommend taking the over on his receiving yards.