San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl odds and prop bets

The San Francisco 49ers have secured a spot in Super Bowl 58 after overcoming the Detroit Lions in a comeback victory. Having faced disappointment in the last two NFC championship games, the 49ers are determined to make their mark in the upcoming Super Bowl, where they will confront the winner of the AFC Championship Game, the defending champions, the Kansas City Chiefs.

As the anticipation builds for the clash in Las Vegas on Feb. 11, 2024, the 49ers have opened as the betting favorite to win the game. The current odds for Super Bowl 58 at top-rated sportsbooks present the 49ers with a -1.5 spread and a moneyline of -130. The Chiefs, on the other hand, are offered at +1.5 on the point spread.

Here’s a brief overview of the 49ers’ journey in terms of odds throughout the season:

  • Opening Odds for Super Bowl 58: At the beginning of the season, the 49ers were considered strong contenders with +1000 odds (via BetMGM) to win Super Bowl 58.
  • Mid-Season Fluctuations: Despite a strong start at 5-0, the 49ers faced a setback with losses in Week 6 to the Browns, followed by additional defeats to the Vikings (Week 7) and Bengals (Week 8). These setbacks led to a climb in their odds to +600 heading into their bye week (Week 9).
  • Playoff Favorites: After concluding the regular season with a 12-5 record, the 49ers entered the playoffs as the betting favorites with +225 odds.

In addition to the game outcome, sportsbooks are offering a variety of prop bets for Super Bowl 58 involving the 49ers, including categories such as passing yards, rushing yards, receiving yards, and anytime touchdown scorers.

As for the Super Bowl MVP race, BetMGM lists Brock Purdy with +220 odds and Christian McCaffrey with +450 odds. Historically, quarterbacks have been the most common MVP winners, and the last running back to win was Terrell Davis in Super Bowl 32.

The stage is set for an exciting Super Bowl showdown, and fans will be eagerly watching to see if the 49ers can clinch victory and secure their place in NFL history.