The San Francisco 49ers receive the Indianapolis Colts at the close of the Sunday day of the Week 7 hoping that the return of the starting quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo can help them reencounter victory.
Since 2017 that San Francisco acquired Garoppolo through a trade with the New England Patriots, the Niners They are 24-10 with their quarterback on the field, while when another quarterback plays in his place their record is 7-28.
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These are the data you should know about the duel between Colts and 49ers:
They have met 44 times in the regular season and the Colts they lead the series 26-18.
The Colts have four consecutive victories against the 49ers. It is his second best streak against the Niners then beat them 13 matches in a row between 1962 and 1968.
Carson Wentz has three straight games with two touchdown passes and no interceptions. He’s one short of matching the best streak of his career.
The 49ers They have three rookies with at least 100 rushing yards this season: Elijah Mitchell, Trey Sermon and Trey Lance.
San Francisco accumulates three consecutive defeats after starting the campaign 2-0. They haven’t lost four games in a row since 2018 when they added six games without winning.
These are the reasons not to miss the visit of Indianapolis to San Francisco:
Indianapolis started the campaign with three consecutive defeats, but has corrected the way since he has won two of the last three games and his only setback was against the Ravens in an engagement in which they sold the disaster at a high price, showing that they seem to have woken up.
Now they visit some 49ers that come from their week off and that, contrary to the Colts, they had started 2-0 and now they arrive with three lost games in a row, so now they are looking for the first success of the year against their people since at home they lost against the Packers (28-30) and Seahawks (21-28.
This Sunday Night game will already feature Jimmy’s return GaroppoloBut not so with Trey Lance, who is out with a knee injury and has been officially ruled out. – Luis Miguel Vasavilbaso