San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals Pick Prediction NFL Pro Football Point Spread Over Under Money Line Betting Odds Preview 9-27-2015

| September 23, 2015

The San Francisco 49ers are on the road to meet the Arizona Cardinals in an NFL pro football game scheduled for Sunday September 27th.

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Start Time: 4PM ET

Location: Arizona


Point Spread Odds: Cardinals -6 1/2 points

Over Under Total: 44 points.

Money Line: Cardinals -275 and 49ers +225 odds.

Notes: The San Francisco 49ers are 1-1 following the 43-18 road defeat last week to the Pittsburgh Steelers as a +6 point wagering underdog. The total went over 46 points. The 49ers were crushed at the half down 29-3. The 49ers defense gave up 369 yard passing yards and three touchdown passes to Ben Roethlisberger. Colin Kaepernick had two touchdown passes and 335 passing yards and many of them came late when the game was already decided.

Arizona is 2-0 on the year after a 48-23 road blowout victory against the Chicago Bears last week as a -2 point favorite with the total going over 45 1/2 points. The Cardinals had put up 42 points on the Bears after three quarters of play with Carson Palmer tossing four touchdown passes.

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