The Worksheet, a comprehensive fantasy football preview by Rich Hribar, breaks down everything you need to know about the Week 13 matchup between the Eagles and 49ers.

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San FranciscoRank@PhiladelphiaRank
-2.5 Spread2.5
24.5 Implied Total22.0
15.51Points All./Gm22.420
61.38Opp. Plays/Gm65.326
6.42Off. Yards/Play5.410
4.85Def. Yards/Play5.216
33.38%2Opp. Rush %32.03%1
66.62%31Opp. Pass %67.97%32

  • The Eagles have a league-best 7-1 record when trailing this season, which includes a 5-0 record when trailing at halftime.
  • Four consecutive Philadelphia games have gone over the game total, the longest ongoing streak in the league.
  • Games in Philadelphia are averaging a league-high 59.4 combined points per game.
  • The 49ers have scored a touchdown on 30.8% of their possessions, second in the league.
  • The Eagles have scored a touchdown on 29.4% of their possessions, third in the league.
  • The Eagles have allowed a touchdown on 30.2% of opponent possessions at home this season, 31st in the league.
  • The 49ers have allowed a touchdown on 9.5% of opponent possessions on the road this season, the lowest rate in the league.
  • Just 36.5% of the San Franciso set downs reach third down, the lowest rate in the league. The league average is 36.5%.
  • San Francisco is averaging 7.1 yards per play on first down, the most in the league.
  • 23.2% of the first down plays against Philadelphia have resulted in a first down or touchdown, the third-highest rate in the league.
  • The 49ers are allowing 4.5 yards per play on first down, second in the league.

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Jalen Hurts: Hurts completed a season-low 58.1% of his passes for 200 yards on Sunday, and it still did not matter for fantasy as he scored 34.5 points.

Hurts threw three touchdown passes and added another two on the ground, giving him 11 rushing touchdowns on the year.

The full-game stats do not do Hurts justice, however.

Hurts was just 4-of-11 (36.4%) for 33 yards (3.0 Y/A) with an interception in the first half on Sunday, but then caught fire after the break, completing 14-of-20 passes (70.0%) for 167 yards (8.3 Y/A) with three touchdowns and zero interceptions in the second half and overtime.

Hurts has now been a QB1 scorer in 10 straight games and a top-five scorer in eight of those weeks.

That includes games against the Jets, Cowboys, and Chiefs, three of the top seven teams in passing points allowed per game to quarterbacks.

With his rushing ability and touchdown equity, Hurts always has a path to QB1 output.

He threw for 6.2 Y/A with three interceptions against the Jets and was the QB4.

He had 150 passing yards and zero passing touchdowns against the Chiefs and was QB10.

This week, Hurts gets another front-end defense as San Francisco ranks fifth in passing points allowed per game (10.6).

When these teams played in the postseason a year ago, Hurts completed 15-of-25 passes for 121 yards with zero touchdowns, rushing 11 times for 39 yards and a touchdown.

The Eagles were not forced to press the issue given the San Francisco quarterback situation in that game, and Hurts threw just six passes in the second half.

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