Monday Night Football recap: 49ers rout Cardinals in Mexico City


The San Francisco 49ers routed the Arizona Cardinals 38-10 on Monday Night Football in Mexico City to wrap up NFL Week 11.
The 49ers also easily covered after closing as 9.5-point favorites. The Cardinals actually jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first quarter as the 49ers’ offense started slow, but then they started rolling in the second quarter to take a 17-10 lead into halftime (covering as 6-point, first-half faves while going over the first-half total of 21.5 points).

The 49ers’ defense hadn’t given up a point in the second halves of their two previous games against the Rams and Chargers and continued that run by shutting out the Cardinals 21-0 in the second half (covering as 4-point, second-half faves and staying Under the second-half total of 21.5 points).
San Francisco led 31-10 after three quarters and then added an insurance score with 10:08 left on Jimmy Garoppolo’s 38-yard TD pass to George Kittle that also put the game Over the full-game total of 43 points.


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Underdogs have dominated most of this season in ATS betting, but favorites went 11-3 straight-up and 8-6 against the spread in Week 11.
Road teams led 8-4 SU & 7-5 ATS with 2 neutral-site games in the week with the Browns-Bills game being played in Detroit because of the blizzard in the Buffalo, N.Y., area plus the Monday nighter in Mexico City.
Overs led 8-6, which was actually the first week this season in which Overs finished above .500 (best prior results were 8-8 in Week 3, 8-8 in Week 4, 7-7 in Week 7, 7-7-1 in Week 8 and 7-7 in Week 10).
Primetime Overs swept 3-0 in the Thursday, Sunday and Monday night games after primetime Unders had been the way to go most of the 2022 campaign.
Overall on the season, faves lead 99-62-1 SU with 2 games closing pick-’em, but dogs still lead 88-68-6 ATS (56.4%).
Home teams lead 85-72-1 SU with 6 neutral-site games (5 international games plus the CLE-BUF game in Detroit), but road teams still hold slight lead at 78-74-6 ATS (51.3%).
Unders still lead 92-70-2 (56.8%) on the season while primetime Unders dipped to 19-14-1 (57.6%).