Seattle Seahawks Vs. San Francisco 49ers Player Props (10/3/21)

Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks are heading to Levi’s Stadium this Sunday to take on the San Francisco 49ers. This will be a huge matchup between the two teams in an effort to climb up the NFC West. The Seahawks and 49ers sit at the bottom two spots in the division, but with a guaranteed loss to either the Arizona Cardinals or the Los Angeles Rams, both teams will have a great opportunity to get back towards the top of the division.
Sunday’s matchup will be filled with tons of different prop bets, especially with both rosters being filled with tremendous offensive talents.  In order to check them out, you can search for the best Seahawks and 49ers prop-bets using our player-prop bet search tool through LINEUPS.

Seattle Seahawks Vs. San Francisco 49ers Player Prop Search

Russel Wilson Longest Completion Over 36.5 Yards

Despite Seattle’s current 1-2 record, Russel Wilson has been playing well at the quarterback position. Wilson is averaging a QB rating of 133.6 through three games this season and has seven touchdowns on the year with zero interceptions. With players like D. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett on the field, Russel Wilson has an opportunity every game to throw a huge completion to two of the elite wide receivers of the NFL. Metcalf’s longest completion of the year was for 30 yards against the Indianapolis Colts, but with his size and strength, DK remains one of the biggest threats in the NFL when going deep. Tyler Lockett on the other hand has two games this season with his longest reception being over 60 yards.

Chris Carson Rushing Yards Over 67.5

Chris Carson is averaging 4.6 yards per carry and has rushed over the 67.5 yards mark twice this season in three games. Against the Vikings last week, Carson rushed for 80 yards on 12 carries, averaging 6.7 yards per rush. The San Francisco 49ers defense has allowed over 122 rushing yards per game this season so if Carson gets the touches he has been getting in previous weeks, I see no problem that the Seattle running back won’t be able to beat the over.

Deebo Samuel Over 70.5 Receiving Yards

Deebo Samuel ranks second in the league in receiving yards, hauling in 334 yards in just three games this season. The 49ers wideout’s season-low came last week in their first loss against the Packers, where he caught 5 passes for 52 yards. The previous week, Samuel had 93 yards and in Week 1, the wide receiver went off for 189 yards. Deebo will be facing up against the Seattle Seahawks, who are ranked 26th in the league in passing yards allowed per game. The Seattle secondary is allowing 285.3 yards through the air this season, and with Samuel being the 49ers favorite target, I expect another monstrous performance from the third-year receiver.

Jimmy Garoppolo Passing Completions Over 20.5

Jimmy Garoppolo has thrown for over 20 completions in two out of three games this season. For a quarterback of his caliber, this bet is a no-brainer for me. With 25 completions in their loss to Green Bay last week, I expect the 49ers quarterback to easily pass this mark against a Seattle defense that is ranked 26th in passing yards allowed this season.

Daniel is a former D1 volleyball player at CSUN where he studied Marketing and Entrepreneurship. He has played and studied football for over half of his young adult life. Daniel brings to the table his opinions that are tied in with his personal experience of being an elite level athlete.

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