What seed do the 49ers presently possess in the NFC playoffs? – The 49ers have moved up one spot to eighth in the NFC playoff standings. The playoff rankings are meaningless if they don’t get the job done. Today, San Francisco accomplished this feat by defeating the Jaguars 30-10.
- A result of their early schedule, the 49ers are the eighth seed in the NFC playoffs.
- Here are the rankings as of now: 1) Arizona 2) Dallas3) Green Bay4) Tampa Bay5) Los Angeles 6) Minnesota 7) New Orleans (8) California (9) Carolina (10) The Rams enjoy a bye week and will consequently keep their fifth-seed status.
The Vikings prevailed despite a late opponent comeback. Next week’s game against Minnesota will be one of the best of the year. Without a quarterback, the Saints continue their collapse. Despite scoring 22 points in the fourth quarter, New Orleans lost 40-29 to the — who moved up two spots and into the ninth slot with a 5-6 record.
- The Panthers started the day as the seventh-seed but lost to Washington and are now the tenth-seed with a 5-6 record.
- As a result, Carolina dropped three spots in the postseason standings and will now play Buffalo and Tampa Bay twice.
- Even if the Vikings did not lose this week, the 49ers may change that reality next week.
The Niners have performed well thus far in Week 11. If you defeat Minnesota the following week, you will be the eighth and final playoff seed. The San Francisco 49ers have moved up one spot to ninth in the NFC playoff standings. How the 49ers can secure a playoff berth in the last game of the season
- SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Sunday afternoon at Levi’s Stadium, rookie quarterback Trey Lance led the San Francisco 49ers to a 23-7 victory over the Houston Texans.
- With a 9-7 record, the 49ers are now sixth in the NFC playoff rankings.
- With the Vikings’ loss to the Packers, though, the Eagles (9-7) have secured the seventh and final playoff spot, thanks to the 49ers’ Week 2 victory in Philadelphia, which gives them the tiebreaker.
- (The 49ers have not clinched the division title since the Saints’ record against division opponents is better than the 49ers’)
- With one game remaining, this is a breakdown of how the red and gold may qualify for the playoffs.
What seed did the 49ers get?
During the first half of Saturday’s game, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Cedrick Wilson (1) scores a touchdown over Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Andre Chachere. The Cowboys won by a score of 51-26. AP The Dallas Cowboys played to win on Saturday for momentum and to position themselves to take advantage of a chance to move up in the playoff seeding if Sunday’s results were favorable.
Sunday’s losses by the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals propelled the Dallas Cowboys from the fourth slot to the third seed in the NFC playoff rankings, as a result of Saturday’s record-setting 51-26 victory against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Cowboys (12-5) will now face the San Francisco 49ers (10-7) on Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
in the wild card round. The 49ers secured the No.6 seed in the NFC with a 27-24 overtime victory over the Rams (12-5). The Cowboys surpassed the Rams because of their superior conference record. Two weeks after defeating the Cowboys, the Cardinals (11-6) fell to the Seattle Seahawks 38-30.
- If the Cowboys win the wild card game, they would avoid traveling to Green Bay to face the top-seeded Packers (13-4) in the divisional round.
- And might host the divisional round game if the second-seeded Tampa Bay Buccaneers fall in the wild card round to the Philadelphia Eagles.
- This article was originally published at 6:43 PM on January 9, 2022.
Since 1997, Clarence E. Hill Jr. has covered the Dallas Cowboys for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram as a beat reporter and columnist. From the downfall of the dynastic teams of the 1990s to the roller-coaster years of the Tony Romo era and Jason Garrett’s process Cowboys, there have been just two playoff victories, six head coaches, and innumerable scandals.
Are they the sixth seed?
The sixth-seeded 49ers might face Tom Brady and the defending champion Bucs in the playoffs. Currently, Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers are the No.6 seed in the NFC. Wesley Hitt / Getty Photographs After the 2019 season, the 49ers should make their first postseason participation since their Super Bowl success.
San Francisco would meet Tom Brady and the reigning Super Bowl champion Tampa Buccaneers (as NFC East winners and No.3 seed) in the wild-card round as the sixth seed in the NFC (the second wild-card club after Arizona). The No.1 seed in each conference earns the only first-round bye in the expanded 14-team playoff format established this season.
The three remaining division champions (seeds Nos.2 through 4) host the three wild-card clubs, with the No.7 seed facing the No.2 seed, No.6 facing the No.3 seed, and No.5 facing the No.4 seed. The 49ers last met Brady in 2016, when he passed for 280 yards, four touchdowns, and no interceptions in a 30-17 defeat to the Patriots.
- Sunday’s victory by the Rams against the Vikings knocked the 49ers (8-7) from NFC West championship contention.
- San Francisco cannot finish higher than the sixth seed, since No.5 Arizona (10-5) owns the head-to-head tiebreaker.
- Four teams, including the Eagles (8-7), Saints (7-7, playing Monday night), Vikings (7-8), and Falcons (7-8), are within one game of San Francisco with two weeks remaining.
Next Sunday, the 49ers conclude their season at home against the Texans (4-11) and on the road against the NFC West-leading Rams on January 9. (11-4). : The sixth-seeded 49ers might face Tom Brady and the defending champion Bucs in the playoffs.