BetQL gives Eagles 65-percent chance to beat 49ers

Philly is one win away from getting back to the big game
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The Philadelphia Eagles (15-3 SU, 9-9 ATS, 10-8 O/U) will face off against the San Francisco 49ers (14-4 SU, 12-5-1 ATS, 10-8 O/U) at home in the NFC Championship game. BetQL has all the projections, best bets and keys to victory you need to start cashing in watching the Eagles try to get back to the Super Bowl for the first time since 2018.

BetQL is giving the Eagles a 65.04% chance to win this game outright and projects them to win 23.5 to 20. As a result, the model is listing the Eagles (-2.5) as a two-star value (out of five) and under 45.5 total points as a four-star value at the time of this writing. You can find much more info on BetQL’s game page, including live odds and corresponding best bets.

The 49ers come into Philadelphia after defeating the Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys, and they are flying high behind rookie 3rd-string QB Brock Purdy into the NFC Championship again. The Eagles are ready for them though, as they have been the NFL’s best team for the entire season behind an offense that totally embarrassed their division rival New York Giants in the divisional round. Having the bye week was a huge advantage for the birds, and they looked far more prepared and rested than New York. However, they will need to get past this trend on the 49ers to make it back to the big game:

Kyle Shanahan is 11-1 ATS in January games while coaching San Francisco.

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