#BetYourWay builder: 5 NFL tips for 49ers @ Cardinals
Jack Green's tips for Thursday night's game in Arizona cover the handicap, 49ers points and three player props.
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Here are Jack Green's five NFL tips to consider for Thursday night's Week 9 clash between the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals.
San Francisco 49ers (-10)
The 49ers thrashed the Carolina Panthers 51-13 last week, and have now won three of their last four games by 13 of more points, with the only exception a 9-0 win over the Washington Redskins that was played in torrential rain.
The Cardinals’ three-game winning streak came to an end with a 31-9 defeat to the New Orleans Saints last weekend and they should struggle against another of the league’s best defences on Thursday night.
49ers to score over 26.5 points
San Francisco rank third in the NFL in scoring, putting up at least 30 points in four of their seven games this season.
They should dominate an Arizona defence that conceded 31 points against the Saints last week and have allowed at least 27 in five of their eight games so far.
Tevin Coleman over 72.5 rushing yards
With Matt Breida and Raheem Mostert both dealing with injuries this week, Coleman looks set for a huge workload for the league’s third-best rushing offense.
Coleman is coming off a monster 105-yard, three-touchdown game and now faces an Arizona defence that allowed over 100 yards to Latavius Murray last week.
Kyler Murray over 28.5 rushing yards
The 49ers have shut down opposing running backs all year and also have a great pass defence, so Cardinals quarterback Murray will likely have to create rushing opportunities for himself on Thursday.
Murray has averaged 43.7 yards per game on the ground over the past six weeks, including a 93-yard display against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 5.
George Kittle over 70.5 receiving yards
The Cardinals have been the worst team in the NFL at defending tight ends this season, allowing 677 receiving yards across eight games.
They now face arguably the best receiving tight end in the league. Kittle has averaged 74.3 yards per game over the past four weeks, gaining at least 70 yards in three out of four.
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