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ronniem
Browns @ 49ers on Monday Night Football
The Browns take their 2-2 record on a west coast trip to meet the 3-0 49ers who are coming from their bye week and remain the last undefeated team in the NFC. Line: Caesars: SF -5 (-110) Consensus: SF -5 (-110) Westgate: SF -5 (-110) Wynn: SF -5 (-110) Injury Report Cleveland Browns: Denzel Ward (Q), Jarvis Landry (Q), Chris Hubbard (Q) San Francisco 49ers: Tevin Coleman (Q) Analysis: 49ERS After starting the season with consecutive road victories to 31-17 to the buccaneers in week 1 and 41-17 over the Bengals in week 2 they came home to defeat the Steelers 24-20 in week 3, before their bye. Starting quarterback Jimmy Garropolo leads a potent offense with a QBR of 51.2, 69% completion rate including 739 yards and 5 touchdowns. Leading the defense is Nick bosa a standout DE and a stats dominant one with a top 5 in yards allowed and rush yards allowed. With everyone looking healthy, as opposed to last year, they seem poised to have a big year. They have a tough division in terms of opposing defenses, but an offensive-minded head coach with plenty of weapons is ready to battle. This is why all the talking heads are giving them the win over a Cleveland browns team that started shakily but are coming from a big road win over their hated rivals the Baltimore Ravens. Analysis: Browns Led by quarterback Baker Mayfield who has thrown for 1,147 yards and four touchdowns this season, while running back Nick Chubb is averaging 5.1 yards per carry. Jarvis Landry, who will likely return from a concussion, and Odell Beckham each have more than 300 receiving yards. Myles Garrett is second in the league with six sacks and Larry Ogunjobi has added three. Linebacker Joe Schobert is racking up tackles with 44, fifth-most in the NFL. The Browns also can take heart in knowing that the 49ers are 0-6 against the spread in their last six games following a bye week. More betting tips here. Betting Pick: San Francisco 49ers -3.5 The 49ers have a 3.5 point spread, and are sizable favorites on the moneyline. I am expecting a somewhat low scoring game as the 49ers offense has been throwing up numbers on bad defenses, and that isn’t the case this week. The 49ers defense certainly looks for real, even against some lackluster opponents to start the season. This will be another test for them. While they do have the advantage of coming out of the bye week, I expect the Browns to be a team that gives them trouble. I am looking for the upset here in San Francisco, and the Browns to at least cover.Get more information on our site https://bettinghits.com
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ronniem
Browns @ 49ers on Monday Night Football
The Browns take their 2-2 record on a west coast trip to meet the 3-0 49ers who are coming from their bye week and remain the last undefeated team in the NFC. Line: Caesars: SF -5 (-110) Consensus: SF -5 (-110) Westgate: SF -5 (-110) Wynn: SF -5 (-110) Injury Report Cleveland Browns: Denzel Ward (Q), Jarvis Landry (Q), Chris Hubbard (Q) San Francisco 49ers: Tevin Coleman (Q) Analysis: 49ERS After starting the season with consecutive road victories to 31-17 to the buccaneers in week 1 and 41-17 over the Bengals in week 2 they came home to defeat the Steelers 24-20 in week 3, before their bye. Starting quarterback Jimmy Garropolo leads a potent offense with a QBR of 51.2, 69% completion rate including 739 yards and 5 touchdowns. Leading the defense is Nick bosa a standout DE and a stats dominant one with a top 5 in yards allowed and rush yards allowed. With everyone looking healthy, as opposed to last year, they seem poised to have a big year. They have a tough division in terms of opposing defenses, but an offensive-minded head coach with plenty of weapons is ready to battle. This is why all the talking heads are giving them the win over a Cleveland browns team that started shakily but are coming from a big road win over their hated rivals the Baltimore Ravens. Analysis: Browns Led by quarterback Baker Mayfield who has thrown for 1,147 yards and four touchdowns this season, while running back Nick Chubb is averaging 5.1 yards per carry. Jarvis Landry, who will likely return from a concussion, and Odell Beckham each have more than 300 receiving yards. Myles Garrett is second in the league with six sacks and Larry Ogunjobi has added three. Linebacker Joe Schobert is racking up tackles with 44, fifth-most in the NFL. The Browns also can take heart in knowing that the 49ers are 0-6 against the spread in their last six games following a bye week. More betting tips here. Betting Pick: San Francisco 49ers -3.5 The 49ers have a 3.5 point spread, and are sizable favorites on the moneyline. I am expecting a somewhat low scoring game as the 49ers offense has been throwing up numbers on bad defenses, and that isn’t the case this week. The 49ers defense certainly looks for real, even against some lackluster opponents to start the season. This will be another test for them. While they do have the advantage of coming out of the bye week, I expect the Browns to be a team that gives them trouble. I am looking for the upset here in San Francisco, and the Browns to at least cover.Get more information on our site https://bettinghits.com
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ronniem
Browns @ 49ers on Monday Night Football
The Browns take their 2-2 record on a west coast trip to meet the 3-0 49ers who are coming from their bye week and remain the last undefeated team in the NFC. Line: Caesars: SF -5 (-110) Consensus: SF -5 (-110) Westgate: SF -5 (-110) Wynn: SF -5 (-110) Injury Report Cleveland Browns: Denzel Ward (Q), Jarvis Landry (Q), Chris Hubbard (Q) San Francisco 49ers: Tevin Coleman (Q) Analysis: 49ERS After starting the season with consecutive road victories to 31-17 to the buccaneers in week 1 and 41-17 over the Bengals in week 2 they came home to defeat the Steelers 24-20 in week 3, before their bye. Starting quarterback Jimmy Garropolo leads a potent offense with a QBR of 51.2, 69% completion rate including 739 yards and 5 touchdowns. Leading the defense is Nick bosa a standout DE and a stats dominant one with a top 5 in yards allowed and rush yards allowed. With everyone looking healthy, as opposed to last year, they seem poised to have a big year. They have a tough division in terms of opposing defenses, but an offensive-minded head coach with plenty of weapons is ready to battle. This is why all the talking heads are giving them the win over a Cleveland browns team that started shakily but are coming from a big road win over their hated rivals the Baltimore Ravens. Analysis: Browns Led by quarterback Baker Mayfield who has thrown for 1,147 yards and four touchdowns this season, while running back Nick Chubb is averaging 5.1 yards per carry. Jarvis Landry, who will likely return from a concussion, and Odell Beckham each have more than 300 receiving yards. Myles Garrett is second in the league with six sacks and Larry Ogunjobi has added three. Linebacker Joe Schobert is racking up tackles with 44, fifth-most in the NFL. The Browns also can take heart in knowing that the 49ers are 0-6 against the spread in their last six games following a bye week. More betting tips here. Betting Pick: San Francisco 49ers -3.5 The 49ers have a 3.5 point spread, and are sizable favorites on the moneyline. I am expecting a somewhat low scoring game as the 49ers offense has been throwing up numbers on bad defenses, and that isn’t the case this week. The 49ers defense certainly looks for real, even against some lackluster opponents to start the season. This will be another test for them. While they do have the advantage of coming out of the bye week, I expect the Browns to be a team that gives them trouble. I am looking for the upset here in San Francisco, and the Browns to at least cover.Get more information on our site https://bettinghits.com
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thejosephh
NFL Has Highest Unfavorable Rating
Americans don’t like to mix politics and the Super Bowl, according to a new report. Although Americans are looking forward to the Super Bowl ads almost as much as the Feb. 3 battled between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots, they do not want to see partisan attacks along with the jarring tackles. This is true not only for older viewers, but younger ones who are often portrayed in the media as being especially socially conscious. A Morning Consult poll of 2,201 U.S. adults conducted Jan. 3-5 found that almost two-thirds of Americans don’t think political ads have any place at the Super Bowl. Almost two-thirds of Americans believe the Super Bowl is not the place for companies to make political statements. Only 20 percent think it is in appropriate. Democrats (57 percent) are less likely to feel this way than Republicans (80 percent). Delivering the right message is especially important as a 30-second ad during this year’s game will cost about $5 million. Following Donald Trump’s election in 2016, many Super Bowl ads run during last year’s game had political overtones. An advertisement for 84 Lumber ad seemed to criticize the president’s immigration policies by featuring a border wall and immigrants. A Budweiser ad took a similar tack, showing the beer’s 19th-century creator, Adolphus Busch, immigrating to the United States, in an account that historians have pointed out is largely inaccurate. In other Super Bowl ads run last year, a cellphone company trumpeted the need for equality while a Ram Trucks commercial used a sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. to promote the value of service. The Morning Consult poll found other evidence that politics and sports don’t mix. While the poll found that the football is America's favorite team sport, it is reported that the NFL has the highest unfavorable rating of any professional league. Some 27 percent of Americans have either an unfavorable or very unfavorable view of the league – much higher than the combined unfavorable ratings for Major League Baseball (12 percent), the NBA (20 percent) the NHL (15 percent) or the MLS (18 percent). The finding likely reflects a number of controversies surrounding the NFL in recent years. Most notably the controversy surrounding former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and several other players who refused to stand for the National Anthem. Nevertheless, the NFL saw its TV viewership rise 5 percent this year, following two years of decline attributed in large part to political controversies. Off the field violence by players is another issue that has brought negative attention to the league. This includes the murder conviction of New England Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez and the and a video-tape showing former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice assaulting his fiancée in a hotel elevator Controversy’s involving concussions and steroid use maybe leading less Americans to play the sport in high school according to statistics released last year. Those concerns shouldn’t keep fans away from the Super Bowl however which is expected to again be the most watched event in the United States this year. -J.H
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thejosephh
NFL Has Highest Unfavorable Rating
Americans don’t like to mix politics and the Super Bowl, according to a new report. Although Americans are looking forward to the Super Bowl ads almost as much as the Feb. 3 battled between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots, they do not want to see partisan attacks along with the jarring tackles. This is true not only for older viewers, but younger ones who are often portrayed in the media as being especially socially conscious. A Morning Consult poll of 2,201 U.S. adults conducted Jan. 3-5 found that almost two-thirds of Americans don’t think political ads have any place at the Super Bowl. Almost two-thirds of Americans believe the Super Bowl is not the place for companies to make political statements. Only 20 percent think it is in appropriate. Democrats (57 percent) are less likely to feel this way than Republicans (80 percent). Delivering the right message is especially important as a 30-second ad during this year’s game will cost about $5 million. Following Donald Trump’s election in 2016, many Super Bowl ads run during last year’s game had political overtones. An advertisement for 84 Lumber ad seemed to criticize the president’s immigration policies by featuring a border wall and immigrants. A Budweiser ad took a similar tack, showing the beer’s 19th-century creator, Adolphus Busch, immigrating to the United States, in an account that historians have pointed out is largely inaccurate. In other Super Bowl ads run last year, a cellphone company trumpeted the need for equality while a Ram Trucks commercial used a sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. to promote the value of service. The Morning Consult poll found other evidence that politics and sports don’t mix. While the poll found that the football is America's favorite team sport, it is reported that the NFL has the highest unfavorable rating of any professional league. Some 27 percent of Americans have either an unfavorable or very unfavorable view of the league – much higher than the combined unfavorable ratings for Major League Baseball (12 percent), the NBA (20 percent) the NHL (15 percent) or the MLS (18 percent). The finding likely reflects a number of controversies surrounding the NFL in recent years. Most notably the controversy surrounding former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and several other players who refused to stand for the National Anthem. Nevertheless, the NFL saw its TV viewership rise 5 percent this year, following two years of decline attributed in large part to political controversies. Off the field violence by players is another issue that has brought negative attention to the league. This includes the murder conviction of New England Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez and the and a video-tape showing former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice assaulting his fiancée in a hotel elevator Controversy’s involving concussions and steroid use maybe leading less Americans to play the sport in high school according to statistics released last year. Those concerns shouldn’t keep fans away from the Super Bowl however which is expected to again be the most watched event in the United States this year. -J.H
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thejosephh
NFL Has Highest Unfavorable Rating
Americans don’t like to mix politics and the Super Bowl, according to a new report. Although Americans are looking forward to the Super Bowl ads almost as much as the Feb. 3 battled between the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots, they do not want to see partisan attacks along with the jarring tackles. This is true not only for older viewers, but younger ones who are often portrayed in the media as being especially socially conscious. A Morning Consult poll of 2,201 U.S. adults conducted Jan. 3-5 found that almost two-thirds of Americans don’t think political ads have any place at the Super Bowl. Almost two-thirds of Americans believe the Super Bowl is not the place for companies to make political statements. Only 20 percent think it is in appropriate. Democrats (57 percent) are less likely to feel this way than Republicans (80 percent). Delivering the right message is especially important as a 30-second ad during this year’s game will cost about $5 million. Following Donald Trump’s election in 2016, many Super Bowl ads run during last year’s game had political overtones. An advertisement for 84 Lumber ad seemed to criticize the president’s immigration policies by featuring a border wall and immigrants. A Budweiser ad took a similar tack, showing the beer’s 19th-century creator, Adolphus Busch, immigrating to the United States, in an account that historians have pointed out is largely inaccurate. In other Super Bowl ads run last year, a cellphone company trumpeted the need for equality while a Ram Trucks commercial used a sermon by Martin Luther King, Jr. to promote the value of service. The Morning Consult poll found other evidence that politics and sports don’t mix. While the poll found that the football is America's favorite team sport, it is reported that the NFL has the highest unfavorable rating of any professional league. Some 27 percent of Americans have either an unfavorable or very unfavorable view of the league – much higher than the combined unfavorable ratings for Major League Baseball (12 percent), the NBA (20 percent) the NHL (15 percent) or the MLS (18 percent). The finding likely reflects a number of controversies surrounding the NFL in recent years. Most notably the controversy surrounding former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick and several other players who refused to stand for the National Anthem. Nevertheless, the NFL saw its TV viewership rise 5 percent this year, following two years of decline attributed in large part to political controversies. Off the field violence by players is another issue that has brought negative attention to the league. This includes the murder conviction of New England Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez and the and a video-tape showing former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice assaulting his fiancée in a hotel elevator Controversy’s involving concussions and steroid use maybe leading less Americans to play the sport in high school according to statistics released last year. Those concerns shouldn’t keep fans away from the Super Bowl however which is expected to again be the most watched event in the United States this year. -J.H
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