Spread: San Francisco 49ers -6.5 (-110), Cleveland Browns +6.5 (-110)
Moneyline: San Francisco49ers -294, Clevenland Browns +230
Total:San Francisco49ers O 37.5 (-110), Cleveland Browns U 37.5 (-110)
San Francisco 49ers aim to continue their winning streak on the NFL
The 49ers come into this game with a solid track record, having won four out of their five games this season. In their last outing, they displayed strength and skill, defeating the Dallas Cowboys with an impressive score of 42-10. Backup quarterback Brock Purdy shone, throwing for 252 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions, completing 70.8% of his passes. Jordan Mason led the ground game, amassing 69 yards and a touchdown on just 10 carries. Star receiver George Kittle had a spectacular day, catching three passes for a total of 67 yards and three touchdowns. The 49ers are proving to be an offensively dominant team.
Cleveland Browns eager to recover from their recent defeat
On the other hand, the Browns are coming off a defeat to the Baltimore Ravens with a final score of 28-3. Starting quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson had a challenging performance, throwing for only 121 passing yards with no touchdowns and three interceptions. The ground game also struggled, despite Pierre Strong Jr.’s efforts, who registered 49 yards on five carries. Tight end David Njoku stood out with six receptions for 46 yards. The Browns need to bounce back from this loss and will aim to do so against the 49ers.
In terms of betting, the 49ers have been a reliable choice against the spread, covering in four out of their five games this season. They have been favored by 5.5 points or more in three games this season and have covered the spread in two of those contests. Additionally, 60% of the 49ers’ games this year have gone over the total point line, making them an interesting choice for those looking for action in the over/under.
On the other hand, the Browns have had a more inconsistent performance in betting, covering the spread in only two out of their four games. Additionally, their games tend to be lower-scoring, with only one of their four matchups going over the point total.
As for team leaders, the 49ers are led by a red-hot Brock Purdy, who has accumulated 1,271 passing yards with nine touchdowns and no interceptions this season. Christian McCaffrey is a force in the ground game with 510 rushing yards and seven touchdowns, as well as being a reliable receiving option with 20 receptions and an additional touchdown. Receivers like Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel are dependable targets, and George Kittle is a threat in the red zone.
On the Browns’ side, they rely on Dorian Thompson-Robinson to lead their offense. Despite his challenging last game, he has the potential to shine. Players like Pierre Strong Jr. and David Njoku could be key factors in the Browns’ offense.