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49ers at Cardinals, Week 11 predictions: Fans heavily favor Niners in Mexico

Nov 19, 2022 at 10:34 AM--


The Arizona Cardinals are set to host the San Francisco 49ers at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City, on Monday, November 21 at 5:15 p.m. PT. Each week, the 49ers Webzone staff predicts the winner within its annual NFL Pick 'em contest. That includes writers and forum moderators.

While it is technically a home game for the Cardinals, Vivid Seats (via ESPN's Nick Wagoner) reported this week that 49ers fans are expected to make up about 82 percent of the crowd.

"That's what I'm hoping for," head coach Kyle Shanahan said. "We're both red, so we'll find out the truth when the cheering [begins]. ... That's my gut also, so I'm hoping for it."

This week, all six participating staff members selected the 49ers to beat the Cardinals. San Francisco is currently an eight-point favorite.

As for all the fans who are taking part in our NFL Pick 'em contest, 94 percent have the 49ers winning the game, as of this post.

Of all the Week 11 game predictions, the most lopsided result comes from Sunday's matchup between the Cleveland Browns and the Buffalo Bills. Voting has 98 percent of fans believing the Bills will earn the victory.

When it comes to the predictions, the closest matchup is between the New York Jets and the New England Patriots on Sunday, with each team earning half the votes.

Below is a breakdown of all 13 matchups for the upcoming slate of NFL games.

Picks Away Home Picks
51%
Bears
Falcons
49%
2%
Browns
Bills
98%
94%
Eagles
Colts
6%
50%
Jets
Patriots
50%
31%
Rams
Saints
69%
7%
Lions
Giants
93%
3%
Panthers
Ravens
97%
86%
Commanders
Texans
14%
30%
Raiders
Broncos
70%
26%
Cowboys
Vikings
74%
88%
Bengals
Steelers
12%
90%
Chiefs
Chargers
10%
94%
49ers
Cardinals
6%



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