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San Francisco 49ers at Cincinnati Bengals Stats and Trends

San Francisco 49ers at Cincinnati Bengals

The San Francisco 49ers will travel to Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday afternoon to take on the Cincinnati Bengals in a non-conference matchup.

The 49ers are third in the NFC West with a 6-6 and are coming off a 30-23 road loss against the Seattle Seahawks. Jimmy Garoppolo finished going 20-of-30 for 299 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.

The Bengals are second in the AFC North with a 7-5 record and are coming off a 41-22 home loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Joe Burrow went 24-of-40 for 300 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions. 

49ers at Bengals Stats

Looking at the San Francisco 49ers stats

Wide receiver DeeBo Samuel is listed as questionable with a groin injury but is doing well this season. So far, he has 56 catches on 92 targets for 1,006 yards (18 yards per reception) with five receiving touchdowns as well as 25 carries for 203 yards (8.1 yards per attempt) with an additional five rushing touchdowns.

In his last game against the Vikings, Samuel finished with one reception on four targets for 12 yards and six rushing attempts for 66 yards (11 yards per carry), and two rushing touchdowns. 

The San Francisco 49ers have been doing a good job on the defensive end this season as they are giving up 23.2 points per game. In their previous game against the Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco allowed 30 points on 327 total yards of offense (181 passing, 146 rushing).

The 49ers need to stop the opposing rushing attack as the Seahawks averaged 5.4 yards per rushing attempt. San Francisco did force three turnovers throughout the game, though (two fumble recoveries, one interception).

Looking at the Cincinnati Bengals stats

Rookie wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase has been doing extremely well this year as he has 55 receptions on 90 targets for 958 yards (17.4 yards per catch) with eight receiving touchdowns and six rushing attempts for 15 yards (2.5 yards per carry). In his last game against the Chargers, Chase finished with five catches on eight targets for 52 yards (10.4 yards per reception).

The defense of the Cincinnati Bengals has been playing pretty well as they are allowing 22.3 points per game. In their previous game against the Los Angeles Chargers, Cincinnati gave up 41 points on 363 total yards of offense (284 passing, 79 rushing).

The Chargers struggled to move the chains on the money downs as they were 4-of-13 on third-down attempts and converted their single fourth-down try. Cincinnati needs to stop the big plays from happening as Los Angeles averaged six yards per play throughout the game. 

Betting Trends for 49ers at Bengals

  • 49ers are 3-1-1 ATS in their last five games vs Cincinnati 
  • 49ers are 4-0 ATS in their last four games after accumulating 350+ total yards in their previous game 
  • Bengals are 1-7 ATS in their last eight games after allowing 250+ passing yards in their previous game 
  • Bengals are 1-4 ATS in their last five home games

Who to Bet 49ers at Bengals 

The San Francisco 49ers are favorited by most of the top sportsbooks in the nation by a couple of points, and it makes sense. We do not know the status of Joe Burrow’s finger(s) after it got hurt last week and caused some issues, so that keeps me skeptical.
All in all, go with the 49ers to cover the spread.

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