The San Francisco 49ers are busy winning games – and silencing their haters. Their detractors can talk all they want, but so far, it’s the 49ers are proving them wrong. They can’t be too overconfident, though, as they prepare to face the Arizona Cardinals on the road. The Cardinals are looking to recover from a loss that stopped their momentum. The Niners and the Cardinals are +400 and +20000 to win the NFC title, respectively.
Betting Preview for the San Francisco 49ers vs Arizona Cardinals NFL Regular Season Week 9 Game on October 31, 2019
Where: State Farm Stadium, Glendale
When: Thursday, October 31, 2019, 8:20 PM ET
TV Broadcast: NBC
Betting on the San Francisco 49ers (7-0)
It’s been almost nine weeks since this season of the NFL started, but we’re still hearing people debate about the legitimacy of the 49ers as a Super Bowl contender. The Niners added to their case that they are, indeed, a team that needs to be taken very seriously, by smothering the Carolina Panthers in a 51-13 road win last Sunday. San Francisco’s defense continues to shut down opponents. Rookie Nick Bosa has been a fantastic addition to the Niners’ stop unit, and he’s now earning the right to be part of Defensive Player of the Year discussions. The Niners are second in the NFL with opponents scoring just 11.2 points per game. Don’t sleep on San Francisco’s offense, though, against the Cardinals, who are allowing nearly 28 points per contest.
The 49ers are 3-1 against the spread (ATS) in their last four games overall.
Betting on the Arizona Cardinals (3-4)
Arizona was not able to extend its three-game winning streak, as the Cardinals were stopped by the New Orleans Saints on the road in Week 9, 31-9. The Cardinals were not able to adjust when faced by a stout defense, something they did not have to deal with in their previous three games against the Cincinnati Bengals, Atlanta Falcons, and New York Giants. Arizona will not get it easy offensively in Week 9 against the suffocating defense of the 49ers, but the Cardinals did add a new weapon in the backfield when they traded for running back Kenyan Drake from the Miami Dolphins. Drake is expected to have a significant role right away, with Chase Edmonds and David Johnson hurt. Arizona is averaging 116.5 rushing yards per game.
The Cardinals are 2-2 ATS in their last four games at home.
The 49ers win, 33-17.
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