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Point spread, total, moneyline and more for 49ers-Washington Week 7

Washington’s rookie receiver McLaurin stares straight into San Francisco’s brick wall of a defense. Can he break through? We break down notable odds, including the point spread, trends, and ATS history.

Washington wide receiver Terry McLaurin celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the second quarter of the game against the Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium. Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

49ers-Washington final score

The San Francisco 49ers went into FedEx Field and beat Washington 9-0 in the pouring rain. The point spread ranged between 9.5 and ten points, and so Washington gets the cover. It was an ugly one in the ran, and we had the first scoreless first half of football since 2017. San Francisco improved to 6-0 with the win, their first 6-0 start since 1990. They did fall to 4-2 against the spread. Washington drops to 1-6 and is now 2-5 against the spread.

Last week, two of the worst teams in the league squared off in Miami. The Dolphins had a chance to tie the game with an extra point and send it to overtime. Instead, they went for the win and failed on the 2-point conversion, because, at this point, why not? Now Washington heads back home to host the 5-0 49ers. If you think Washington has some momentum after picking up its first win, please try to think again.

There were two bright spots in Washington’s offense last week. The first one is someone who actually has shown some promise. Rookie receiver Terry McLaurin (DFS salary $6,100) has been targeted at least seven times in all five of his appearances this season and averages a touchdown per game, two of which he picked up in Week 6. Unfortunately, the 49ers have one of the best passing defenses in the league, allowing a league-low of 150.2 yards per game. So, what about the other bright spot? Adrian Peterson ($4,100) thrived with the new coaching structure, picking up his first 100+ rushing yard performance of the season. While the 49ers’ defense is also stingy on the ground, this may be Washington’s only path to success. Though you shouldn’t count on it.

San Francisco’s unbeaten streak will live to see another week with the help of its running back duo, Tevin Coleman ($5,600) and Matt Breida ($5,300.) After some health question marks, it looks like Jimmy Garoppolo ($6,000) will still have his monster of a tight end, George Kittle ($6,700,) to throw to. Nine points won’t be enough for Washington. I’m expecting San Francisco to easily cover the spread.

All odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook and all odds subject to change.

49ers at Washington

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Washington +9.5
Total Points: 41
Money Line: 49ers -420; Washington +350


Overall: 49ers 5-0; Washington 1-5
ATS: 49ers 4-1; Washington 1-5
O/U: 49ers 1-4; Washington 3-3

Notable Prop Bets


  • Richard Sherman to make an INT: +490
  • George Kittle to score a TD and team to win: +110


  • Jeremy Sprinkle over 2.5 receptions: +100
  • Case Keenum under 219.5 passing yards: -148

Betting Trends

  • Washington has lost each of its last seven home games.
  • The 49ers have failed to cover the spread in 14 of their last 16 games as favorites.
  • Fifteen of Washington’s last 21 Sunday games have gone UNDER the total points line.
  • Washington has won the first quarter in each of its last six October games as a home underdog.
  • Marquise Goodwin has scored the first touchdown in each of the 49ers’ last two games as road favorites.
  • Terry McLaurin has scored at least one touchdown in four of his five previous outings.

Odds and lines subject to change. See website for actual odds.
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