Browns vs. 49ers: Week 5 NFL Monday Night Football Picks & Predictions

The Cleveland Browns came to the season with a whole lot of hype theyve thus far failed to live up to. They did get a win against their competitions the Baltimore Ravens. Caring for business in the division is the perfect way. Now they need to travel west to face their Bye Week a team that is currently coming from.
If the Browns take on the 49ers (8:15 P.M ET, ESPN) it will be quite different compared to their final game, as the 49ers playbook is quite a bit more varied than that which the Ravens need to offer. Theres also the question of the 49ers pass rush that continues to improve. That is a difficult spot for them although the Browns have the ability to overcome against the 49ers. This Week 5 game is their third party on the road in the previous four months.
The 49ers have to play with their best soccer but still remain undefeated. Thats the sign of an excellent team and their win against Pittsburgh was that the type of game that they should have lost. They still got the work done, while they did make lucky that James Connor fumbled to place them to win. There is a whole lot of reason to be optimistic, In the event you win a match where you flip over the ball five times. Kyle Shanahan will understand they got away with one and fortunately that match happened shortly before the Bye Week. Expect the 49ers to emerge extremely focused in this one.
This line opened at -3 San Francisco and now sits in. The Total opened at 47.5 and has moved marginally to 46.5. The people confidence in San Francisco makes sense coming off a bye week coupled with the Browns lack of consistency this season. The Browns are also currently traveling west for their third road game of the year in Week 5.
Trends Worth Paying Attention to:
San Francisco 49ers -4 (-105) in Heritage
While I dont like laying 4 points I cant shoot the Browns because of their coach as road favorites. Freddy Kitchens vs Kyle Shanahan is a training mismatch. Shanahan has proven that he is among the most gifted offensive play-callers in the NFL. They went from Super Bowl runners to whatever they are now with a lot of the roster on offense , when he left the Falcons. We arent even sure Kitchens is a head trainer that is competent. Apart from that, the 49ers are coming off a Bye Week as well as the Browns are playing a different road game this time out west. My choice is that the 49ers -4 at home over the Browns.

Read more: the link


Geef een antwoord

Het e-mailadres wordt niet gepubliceerd. Vereiste velden zijn gemarkeerd met *