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Green Bay Packers vs. San Francisco 49ers: Preview, prediction, statistics to know for ‘Monday Night Football’
Before the season started, this likely looked like one of the marquee matchups of the year. The Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers on Monday night, featuring Aaron Rodgers and Jimmy Garoppolo, would have been quite the show.
Of course, Garoppolo’s torn ACL ruined all that. And the Packers’ own up-and-down start has taken at least some of the shine off them as an inner-circle NFC contender. So now we have a flawed, spiraling 1-4 team starting its backup quarterback and No. 3 running back and also featuring a porous defense (49ers) taking on a flawed, but still dangerous 2-2-1 team playing with a gimpy star quarterback, missing two of its top three receivers, and looking iffy on defense (Packers).
Still, one can’t help but hope for some fireworks when Rodgers plays in primetime, and especially when two old-school NFC rivals get together. Can Green Bay use this week as a springboard to propel them through the rest of the season, or will the 49ers send them to their second consecutive loss?
We’ll find out Monday night.
Zack Rosenblatt: The 49ers are bad. Though the Packers haven’t looked like themselves, losing two of the past three games to underwhelming opponents (Lions, Redskins). Still, Aaron Rodgers should continue to make the 49ers rue the day they picked Alex Smith over him in the draft. Packers bounce back. Packers 34, 49ers 10.
Mike Kaye: The Packers need to make a major statement following a tough loss to the Lions in Week 5. The 49ers have struggled mightily without quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ACL) and the likelihood of a turnaround is somewhere between null and void. Green Bay should run away with this game. Packers 40, 49ers 13.
Matthew Stypulkowski: The Packers have had a strange start to the season at 2-2-1 – they’ve shown flashes, but just haven’t looked consistently good at all. But the 49ers are in a deep, deep hole without Jimmy Garoppolo. A desperate Aaron Rodgers-led team won’t let this one slip. Packers 27, 49ers 13.
Darryl Slater: The 49ers are 0-2 since losing Jimmy Garoppolo to a torn ACL. It is going to be a long year for them, and a long night in Green Bay, as they face a 2-2-1 Packers team that is desperate for a win after losing to the Lions last week. Packers 30, 49ers 10.
Joe Giglio: If last week’s Drew Brees Night was a perfect storm for ESPN coverage, this week will be, well, the opposite. It’ll be over by halftime. Packers 31, 49ers 17.