49ers vs. Seahawks Point Spread: NFL Week 13 Odds, Prediction

Ryan Raeburn | Updated Nov 29, 2018

Richard Sherman returns to Seattle as his San Francisco 49ers are pegged as big underdogs against the Seahawks.

December 02, 2018, 4:25 PM ET
CenturyLink Field
Pointspread +10.5 -115
Moneyline +415
Over / Under o +45


Betting Action


Pointspread -10.5 -105
Moneyline -540
Over / Under u +45


Betting Action


The 49ers’ struggles almost feel like they have slipped under the radar. With their horrific 27-9 loss to Tampa Bay and their abysmal effort against the New York Giants the week before, San Francisco is now tied for dead last in the NFL. Meanwhile, their NFC West counterparts in Seattle are pushing for a wild card berth.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

The Seahawks enter this game as 10-point favorites and rightfully so. The team that few people gave a chance to have now strung together a pair of impressive wins over Carolina and Green Bay. They also now return to their home turf for a divisional gimme.

The Hawks are 4-0-1 against the spread (ATS) in their last five against NFC opponents. They’re also 14-2 in their last 16 Week 13 games, which is a random stat, but just goes to show how Russell Wilson likes to turn things up at this time of year. Seattle could be dangerous down the stretch with San Fran on the schedule twice still along with Arizona coming up over the final five weeks.

San Francisco 49ers

Aside from Nick Mullens breakout first game against Oakland, not much has gone right for the dinged up Niners. The vastly underrated Matt Breida will get more of a chance to hone his skills in this one with Alfred Morris sitting out. However, with Pierre Garcon and Marquise Goodwin also on the shelf heading into CenturyLink this weekend, it could, should and likely will be a long afternoon for the red, white and gold.

Seattle Seahawks

There are a number of storylines in this game for Seattle’s ‘12th Man’. The return of Richard Sherman is a big one, but the emergence of this young Seahawks team is the one in marquee lights. The team people pegged as a “rebuild” or “retool” before 2018 kicked off has now posted six wins and is tied with Carolina and Washington for the second NFC wild card spot.

If Seattle can keep Chris Carson moving early and often, they should be able to pound the scoreboard consistently against this lowly Niners D. Watch for the Seahawks to also work J.D. McKissic into the mix gradually as well as he returns from the injured reserve this week.

49ers vs. Seahawks Prediction