The San Francisco 49ers will look to extend their three-game winning streak with another divisional game Sunday as they travel to play the struggling Seattle Seahawks. But they likely won’t have star players Deebo Samuel (groin) and Fred Warner (hamstring), who came out of Sunday’s important win over the Minnesota Vikings with short-term injuries. San Francisco sits in the No.
Where do the Packers stand in the NFC playoff picture entering the Week 13 bye week?
Fourth in passing DVOA and seventh in rushing DVOA. Only two other teams are ranked in the top-10 in both metrics. Here’s a look at every NFL team since Week 5 and where they stand in terms of dropback and rushing EPA per play: Per RBSDM, San Francisco sits at 13th in dropback EPA and seventh in rushing EPA.