49ers game today: 49ers vs. Vikings injury report, spread, over/under, schedule, live stream, TV channel

Kirk Cousins #8 of the Minnesota Vikings and Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the San Francisco 49ers (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)
Kirk Cousins #8 of the Minnesota Vikings and Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the San Francisco 49ers (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images) /

5-5. 42. 49ers -3. 4:25 p.m. ET. 60. Fox. Sunday, Nov. 28. 5-5

The 49ers host the Vikings in a Week 12 contest that could have massive playoff ramifications, and we break down the latest odds and injury reports.

The San Francisco 49ers and Minnesota Vikings are both 5-5, yet one team is currently in the NFC playoff seeding and another is not.

Conference records matter, people.

The Vikings currently sit in the No. 6 seed, while the Niners are on the outside, looking in, at No. 8 in the NFL postseason picture. So, needless to say, Sunday’s contest between these two squads could say a lot about which team winds up falling where when the postseason order is finally announced after Week 18.

San Francisco will look to stay hot after back-to-back wins over the Los Angeles Rams and Jacksonville Jaguars, while Minnesota will want to build off the momentum gained from its own thrilling last-second victory over its archrivals, the Green Bay Packers, in Week 11.

Let’s break down Sunday’s contest between these two teams.

49ers injury report vs. Vikings Week 12

The following players showed up on the 49ers’ Week 12 injury report:

  • RB JaMycal Hasty (ankle)
  • DL Maurice Hurst (calf)
  • RB Elijah Mitchell (finger)
  • CB Josh Norman (rib)
  • G Laken Tomlinson (ankle)

If there’s good news, the Niners were able to reactivate linebacker Dre Greenlaw after he suffered a groin injury way back in Week 1, adding to what’s been an up-and-down defense over the course of the year.

The Vikings, meanwhile, are already without EDGE Danielle Hunter for the rest of the year, while two top run-stuffing defensive linemen, Michael Pierce and Dalvin Tomlinson, won’t be available either.

49ers vs. Vikings odds, spread, over/under & betting pick Week 12

Minnesota’s offense is explosive, yes, led by quarterback Kirk Cousins and superstar second-year wide receiver Justin Jefferson, while running back Dalvin Cook is as dangerous as any. Yet the Vikings defense is permeable, especially against the run, as they’re allowing 4.9 yards per carry this season, second worst in the league.

Perhaps this is why the oddsmakers over at WynnBET are listing San Francisco as a three-point favorite, suggesting a close game where ball control will mean everything.

The 49ers’ moneyline for this contest is -170, while the Vikings’ is +150. The over/under is 49.0.

The Niners have made it a habit to run the ball frequently the last two weeks, 44 times against the Rams and 42 times against the Jaguars, which both worked to perfection.

No reason to change that here, especially with Minnesota’s run defense banged up, which means we predict a 28-24 San Francisco victory.

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What channel is the 49ers game on for Week 12?

Fox will broadcast Sunday’s game between the Niners and Vikings, which kicks off on Nov. 28 at 4:25 p.m. ET from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

49ers vs. Vikings live stream

For fans who are unable to tune into the live television broadcast, fuboTV offers up a free seven-day trial for first-time users so they can stream NFL games on their favorite devices.

49ers next game and schedule

San Francisco has a provocative and challenging schedule for the four weeks after hosting Minnesota, and three of those are going to be on the road with one prime-time Thursday Night Football game.

Here’s the Niners’ upcoming schedule:

  • Week 13 @ Seattle Seahawks: Sunday, Dec. 5 at 4:25 p.m. ET
  • Week 14 @ Cincinnati Bengals: Sunday, Dec. 12 at 1 p.m. ET
  • Week 15 vs. Atlanta Falcons: Sunday, Dec. 19 at 4:05 p.m. ET
  • Week 16 @ Tennessee Titans: Thursday, Dec. 23 at 8:20 p.m. ET

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