I'm playing on SF/Arizona UNDER the total. Though they will claim otherwise, with Trey Lance making his first start, the 49'ers are likely going to be slightly more conservative than normal. Not having their normally reliable tight-end (Kittle) is a blow. He already had 19 receptions this season and would have been a nice option for the rookie to have. With the offense likely less than 100%, the SF defense knows it needs to elevate its level of play. Yes, the Arizona offense is explosive. Remember, the 49'ers held the Eagles to 11 points the last time that they were on the road. While they lost last week, they actually held the Seahawks to 234 total yards. They currently rank in the Top 10 in the league, in terms of yards allowed per game. While the Arizona offense gets most of the headlines, the Cards rank in the top 10 in terms of points allowed per game. They've held three of four opponents to 20 or fewer points. Last year's two games had scores of 24-20 at SF and 20-12, here in the desert. Including that result, four of SF's last five visits here have fallen below the number. I'm expecting more of the same this afternoon.