49ers vs. Vikings player props, over-under odds, picks for Night net divisional playoff game

2021年10月10日 by 没有评论

Night net 49ers v Vikings 49ers Vikings American Football The Vikings pulled off the biggest upset of the Night net's wild-card weekend when they went into New Orleans and beat the Saints. Minnesota was more than a touchdown underdog, per the Night net betting odds, against New Orleans, but the Vikes gritted out a victory thanks to a clock controlling run game and a solid defense.This team is hoping to use its ground attack to knock off another sizable favorite when Minnesota travels to the Bay Area to take on the San Francisco 49ers in the first game of the divisional round of the playoffs, but the Niners are a touchdown favorite on the football betting line. In addition to betting the spread and total, you can bet on individual player props in this playoff game, and here are some of the most notable lines.MORE: Get the latest Night net odds & betting trends at Sports Insider Jimmy Garoppolo over/under 251.5 passing yardsAfter missing almost all last season due to injury, Garoppolo played 16 games for the first time in his professional career this season. He fulfilled the promise he showed during his time in New England with his first Pro Bowl selection, and his play helped carry the 49ers to the No. 1 seed in the NFC.Jimmy G didn’t throw the ball much during the regular season though. San Francisco was one of five teams to average less than 30 pass attempts per game in 2019. Some of that was due to the 49ers leading in the fourth quarter in most of their games, but head coach Kyle Shanahan likes to run to set up the pass. Garoppolo threw for less than 250 yards in nine of his 16 starts, so the under is a slightly better play. Kirk Cousins over/under 231.5 passing yardsCousins wasn’t spectacular in Minnesota’s upset win over New Orleans, but he didn’t have to be great. He completed 19 of 31 passes for 242 yards and a touchdown, taking what the defense gave him and keeping the back seven honest to let Dalvin Cook move the chains on the ground.In October and November, Cousins was one of the best quarterbacks in the Night net, but his production dropped substantially in December. The Michigan State alum hasn’t thrown for over 300 yards since November 17, and he is very unlikely to reach that mark against the best secondary in the league. San Francisco is allowing a league low 5.2 YPA, so Cousins might not even crack 200 yards through the air on Saturday. Raheem Mostert over/under 52.5 rushing yardsShanahan split carries between Raheem Mostert, Matt Breida, and Tevin Coleman evenly throughout the season, and he was content to ride the hot hand for much of the year. However, Mostert came on strong in December, establishing himself as the clear No. 1 back by averaging 5.6 YPC by the end of the regular season.Mostert carried the ball at least 10 times in each of his last five starts. His best game of the year was against Super Bowl favorites Baltimore, and Shanahan won’t shy away from using his best runner now with so much at stake. Mostert has fresh legs, and the time has come to take advantage.Dalvin Cook over/under 73.5 rushing yardsAfter missing the last two games of the regular season due to injury, Cook didn’t miss a beat in the Wild Card Round. He came out running hard

against the Saints in the Superdome, establishing the run early to help lead Minnesota to the eventual victory. His numbers tailed off in the second half as Minnesota’s game plan became more predictable and New Orleans adjusted to stop the run, but he could be surprisingly effective on Saturday.San Francisco is in the bottom ten in the league in rush defense, conceding 4.5 YPC. The 49ers are hoping that the return of Kwon Alexander from a torn pectoral muscle can give the front seven a needed spark but recovering from this injury is tricky for physical defensive players.George Kittle over/under 78.5 receiving yardsKittle is the linchpin to San Francisco’s offense due to his versatility. The tight end is a devastating run blocker, and he has emerged as the best receiver on the team too. Garoppolo looks his way often, but he might have trouble getting open against one of the best pass coverage linebackers in the game in Erik Kendricks.