It is America’s Game of the Week in NFL betting on Fox as the San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals. The Cards are -6.5 with a total of 44.5. Seventy-seven percent of bettors who have invested in the side have chosen Arizona with 64 percent wagering on the over.
The nation’s best sports handicappers make the most of these key performance indicators in predicting the against the spread picks with the performance gap breakdowns.
Contrasting the yards per rush figures on offense, the facts give the edge to San Francisco by .5. Insofar as passing yards per completion on offense, the computations favor Arizona by 4.3. So many professional bettors make the most of yards per point. Offensively the more productive numbers are owned by Arizona by a stunning 12.
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Defensively the more tightfisted unit against the run according to yards per rush is Arizona by .3. Yards per reception digits favor Arizona by 1.2. Calculations on the yards per point math gives the upper hand to Arizona forcing 2.5 more. Now to net turnover margin, how to win at sports betting videos that the bookmakers hope you never watch say that the better squad has been Arizona by one.
Yards per point is determined by diving total yards by number of points. Offensively a lower number is considered more efficient. On defense, a higher number is better.
Spread trends (all records against the spread): San Francisco 1-8 grass, 2-6 after allowing more than 30 points in their previous game. Arizona 8-2 off win, Arizona 20-8 to NFC, 20-8 on grass, 7-1 home. San Francisco 7-2 in Arizona.
Over/under angles: San Francisco under 8-2 off loss, under 18-6 to NFC. Arizona over 4-0 off spread loss.