49ers-Bengals Spread, Betting Preview - Week 2

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ABOUT THE 49ERS (1-0): San Francisco recorded three sacks in the opener - including one each from first-round pick Joey Bosa and trade acquisition Dee Ford - and the upgraded defensive unit is hyping up offense as well. "I mean watching (Nick) Bosa get sacks, and watching the Dee Ford strip and get fumbles, it gets the offense going," tight end George Kittle told the team's website. "When your defense is playing like that, and (Richard) Sherman gets a pick-six, and Akhello (Witherspoon) with the pick-six. It just gets you fired up. ... When your defense makes those big plays, it just gets everyone excited. It gets the offense moving, it's just good vibes really, it just gets you going." Kittle's eight catches for 54 yards led the receiving corps as quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (18-of-27, 166 yards, one TD, one INT) had an uneven season debut in his return from an ACL tear in his left knee.

ABOUT THE BENGALS (0-1): Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton threw the ball 51 times and finished with a career-best 418 yards to go with two touchdowns in his first game running Taylor's offense, and he feels good about where the offense is going. "We know what we're capable of, and then to go out and be productive in a game, especially our first one, it's big," Dalton told reporters. "It's big for confidence. What we're going to do here is going to work. Guys were pleased with the production; obviously we weren't pleased with the result. With all the things we were able to do, I thought guys were happy with a lot of the stuff we did. It definitely gave us confidence." Wide receiver John Ross was Dalton's main target in Week 1 and established career bests of 158 yards and a pair of TDs on seven catches.

San Francisco RB Tevin Coleman (high ankle sprain) was ruled out for Sunday while Cincinnati WR A.J. Green (ankle) is continuing his rehab from surgery.


- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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