January 20, 2022

Sunday Football – 49ers v Ravens| M&T Bank Stadium

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The (10-1) San Francisco 49ers meet their toughest match up of the 2019 season when they travel Baltimore to meet the (9-2) “red hot” Baltimore Ravens. I can’t understand why this was not listed as the prime time sunday night game but it will be one game you won’t want to miss with the early 1pm kick-off.

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Current LineRavens -6. O/U: 46.5

ABOUT THE 49ERS (10-1): San Francisco may not rival the defensive numbers of the New England Patriots, but it ranks No. 1 overall in overall yards (248.0), passing yards (136.9) and sacks (44.0), with ends Arik Armstead and rookie Nick Bosa registering 10.0 and 8.0, respectively. The passing game received a huge boost in Sunday’s win when star tight end George Kittle returned from a two-game injury absence and snagged six catches for 129 yards and a touchdown. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has registered a passer rating of at least 111.2 in four of his last five games with 13 touchdowns and four picks during that span. Matt Breida returned to practice Wednesday to join a three-headed backfield with Tevin Coleman and Raheem Mostert.

ABOUT THE RAVENS (9-2): Jackson was named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week after throwing for five scores and rushing for 95 yards in the 45-6 wipeout of the Los Angeles Rams, becoming the third player overall and first since Tom Brady to win the weekly honor four times in a season. Jackson is tied for the league lead with 24 scoring passes and needs 124 yards rushing to reach 1,000 on the season. Mark Ingram surpassed 100 yards on the ground for the fourth time last week and has amassed 12 touchdowns (nine rushing) while tight end Mark Andrews and rookie Marquise Brown each have six scoring receptions. The Ravens are allowing 12.2 points over their last six games and rank third versus the run (87.7 yards per game).

My Pick: Give me Baltimore (-6)


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