The 49ers risk falling to 1-5 if they lose in Green Bay on Monday night.

The last time the San Francisco 49ers faced the Green Bay Packers was in 2015. In their last game together the Packers took home a 17-3 win. The only time they were able to secure a win was in week 2 against the Lions. As it stands the 49ers are currently enjoying a 3 game losing streak and a 4th would be devastating for their moral. Jimmy Garoppolo is the quarterback and after 89 attempts he has completed 53 passes for a total of 718 yards and 5 touchdowns. Matt Breida is standing out with a ground game covering 369 yards and a touchdown. Wide receiver George Kittle has a touchdown as well with 399 receiving yards. Defensively Fred Warner is on top with 46 tackles but has yet to get a sack.

The Green Bay Packers come into the game with a record of 2-2-1 and 2nd place in the NFC North. Their last game ended in a loss against the Lions who also beat the 49ers. Aaron Rodgers has been performing at a professional level already scoring 10 touchdowns with 1572 passing yards under his belt. Jamaal Williams has covered 195 yards on the ground and Davante Adams has covered 425 receiving yards and scored 4 touchdowns. The Packers defensive line is being led by Blake Martinez with 39 tackles highlighted by 3 sacks.

Who is betting what and who is predicted to win?

The latest line on the game as of Sunday evening is Green Bay Packers -9. The money line for the game is Packers -400 and the total is over/under 46.5. The betting trends have 63% of the action going towards the Packers -9 and 63% towards the game going OVER 46.5 points.

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