Mexico City hosts NFL Monday Night Football tonight!

61
https://images.pexels.com/photos/163439/football-american-football-quarterback-runner-163439.jpeg

The Arizona Cardinals will try to right the ship against a familiar opponent on Monday Night Football. Arizona is 2-4 in its last six games, falling to 4-6 on the season. The Cardinals will face the NFC West-rival San Francisco 49ers in a standalone spot to close out the Week 11 NFL schedule. The 49ers are 5-4 overall after back-to-back wins, though the Cardinals won both matchups between the clubs in 2021. Estadio Azteca will host the game in Mexico City.

Kickoff is at 8:15 p.m. ET in Mexico. Caesars Sportsbook lists the 49ers as 10-point favorites, while the over/under, or total number of points Vegas thinks will be scored, is 42.5 in the latest 49ers vs. Cardinals odds. Before you make any Cardinals vs. 49ers picks and NFL predictions, you need to see what SportsLine’s top 49ers expert, Micah Roberts, has to say.

Roberts has worked in the Las Vegas sportsbook industry for 20-plus years, including a 13-year run as Station Casinos’ book director. Armed with an elaborate network of sources, Roberts has unmatched info in multiple sports. He’s also on a 13-3 roll on his last 16 picks involving the 49ers, making him the most well-qualified expert to pick Monday Night Football.

Now, Roberts has set his sights on 49ers vs. Cardinals and just locked in his picks and MNF predictions. You can head to SportsLine now to see his picks. Now, here are several NFL odds and betting lines for 49ers vs. Cardinals:

San Francisco has one of the best defenses in the league, headlined by a game-changer in Nick Bosa. He is a Pro Bowl defensive end who led the NFL in tackles for loss in 2021. Bosa has 34 sacks in 43 career games and leads the league with 24 quarterback hits this season. Bosa is also in the top three of the NFL with 9.5 sacks, 45 pressures, and 11 tackles for loss.

As a team, San Francisco ranks in the top five with 29 sacks and is No. 1 in total yards allowed (280.6 per game), first downs allowed, rushing yards allowed (82.7 per game), and yards allowed per rush attempt (3.4). The 49ers are also in the top five in points allowed per game (18.1), points allowed per drive (1.60), and yards allowed per drive (27.2). San Francisco is strong against the pass, holding opponents to 197.9 yards per through the air, and the 49ers have allowed only nine passing touchdowns and 5.6 net yards per pass attempt. See which team covers here.


Arizona’s offense is averaging 23.0 points per game. Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins has 36 catches in four games since returning from suspension and is a five-time Pro Bowl selection and three-time All-Pro. He is in the top three among active NFL players in career catches (825), receiving yards (10,977) and receiving touchdowns (70).

Arizona is above-average with 206 first downs on offense this season, and the turnover battle is key for the Cardinals. Kliff Kingsbury’s team has only nine turnovers this season, a top-five mark in the NFL, and San Francisco has 13 turnovers, including seven lost fumbles, in only nine games. See which team covers here.

Source: ESTO

The Mexico City Post