Sunday, January 3, 2016
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The St. Louis Rams take on the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at Levi's Stadium. The opening line for this game has St. Louis as 3.5 point favorites and the over/under was set at 37.5.
Case Keenum finished his last game with 103 yards through the air for St. Louis. He completed 14 passes out of 23 attempts for a 61% completion percentage. Todd Gurley led the Rams in rushing with 85 yards. He averaged 5 yards per carry on his 19 rushing attempts for the game. Kenny Britt led the team in receiving with 3 receptions for 49 yards. He had an average of 16 yards per reception in the contest. As a team in that game St. Louis got a total of 14 first downs by way of 6 rushing, 7 passing, and 1 by penalty. They ran 53 total plays for 207 yards for the game. The Rams ran for 104 yards on 30 attempts.
Blaine Gabbert finished his last game with 225 yards through the air for San Francisco. He completed 22 passes out of 33 attempts for a 67% completion percentage. DuJuan Harris led the 49ers in rushing with 73 yards. He averaged 7 yards per carry on his 11 rushing attempts for the game. Vance McDonald led the team in receiving with 5 receptions for 61 yards. He had an average of 12 yards per reception in the contest. San Francisco got a total of 20 first downs by way of 6 rushing, 11 passing, and 3 by penalty. They ran 59 total plays for 322 yards for the game. The 49ers ran for 121 yards on 23 attempts.
St. Louis is averaging 18 points per game on the offensive side of the ball. They are completing 17 passes per game on 29 attempts for a 59% percent completion percentage and average 172 yards in the passing department per game. The Rams carry the ball for an average of 122 yards per game on 26 attempts for an average of 4.7 yards per carry this season. They also run 57 plays per contest and average 5.1 yards per play for an average of 293 yards per game. The Rams are averaging 15 first downs per game and they accumulate 63.5 penalty yards per game via 7.4 penalties.
St. Louis gives up 21 points per contest and an average of 248 passing yards each game on the defensive side of the ball. They allow an average of 25 completed passes on 37 attempts for a completion percentage of 68%. The Rams give up 114 rushing yards per contest on 28 carries for a 4.1 average per carry. St. Louis gives up 362 total yards per game including 5.4 yards per play. They force 1.7 turnovers per contest and get flagged for 6.8 penalties per game that total 62.1 yards as a unit.
San Francisco is putting 15 points on the board per game on the offensive side of the ball. They complete 20 passes per game on 32 attempts for a 63% percent completion percentage and average 198 yards in the passing department for each outing. The 49ers carry the ball for an average of 96 yards per game on 24 attempts for an average of 4 yards per carry. They also run 59 plays per game and average 5 yards per play for a total of 293 yards per game. The 49ers get an average of 16 first downs per game and they average 50.9 penalty yards per game via 7.1 penalties.
San Francisco surrenders 25 points per game and 263 passing yards each outing on the defensive side of the ball. They allow 24 completed passes per game on 34 attempts for a completion percentage of 71%. The 49ers give up 126 rushing yards per game on 31 carries for an average of 4.1 yards per carry. San Francisco gives up 389 total yards per game including an average of 5.8 per play. They create an average of 0.8 turnovers per game and 6.7 penalties for 54.3 yards each game.
St. Louis Betting Trends
St. Louis is 4-11-0 against the over/under so far this season
St. Louis has an ATS record of 7-7-1 this season
San Francisco Betting Trends
San Francisco is 7-8-0 against the over/under so far this season
San Francisco has an ATS record of 6-9-0 this season
Injuries to Watch
12/29/15 DT Ethan Westbrooks Concussion "?" Sunday vs. San Francisco
12/29/15 S Mark Barron Concussion "?" Sunday vs. San Francisco
12/29/15 DT Nick Fairley Concussion "?" Sunday vs. San Francisco
12/27/15 T Andrew Donnal Knee "?" Sunday vs. San Francisco
12/27/15 CB Eric Patterson Ankle "?" Sunday vs. San Francisco
12/12/15 S T.J. McDonald Shoulder IR
12/10/15 DE Robert Quinn Hip IR
11/16/15 T Jamon Brown Leg out for season
11/10/15 WR Stedman Bailey Head out for season
11/05/15 RB Trey Watts Suspension out for season
10/28/15 LB Alec Ogletree Ankle IR - designated to return
10/15/15 G Rodger Saffold Shoulder IR
08/16/15 CB E.J. Gaines Foot IR
12/29/15 DT Quinton Dial Back "?" Sunday vs. St. Louis
12/27/15 C Marcus Martin Concussion "?" Sunday vs. St. Louis
12/27/15 LB Michael Wilhoite Ankle "?" Sunday vs. St. Louis
12/27/15 RB Shaun Draughn Knee "?" Sunday vs. St. Louis
12/15/15 G Alex Boone Knee IR
12/12/15 RB Carlos Hyde Foot IR
12/09/15 TE Garrett Celek Ankle IR
11/24/15 DL Glenn Dorsey Knee IR
11/21/15 QB Colin Kaepernick Shoulder IR
11/08/15 RB Mike Davis Hand IR - designated to return (eligible to return week 17)
11/02/15 RB Reggie Bush ACL IR
10/24/15 S Antoine Bethea Pectoral IR
09/10/15 WR Dres Anderson Undisclosed IR
09/07/15 RB Kendall Hunter Knee IR
Tony's Pick: Take St. Louis
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