Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers - 6/18/20 Madden20 NFL Sim Pick, Odds, and Prediction
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San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys
Madden20 Sim: Thursday, June 18, 2020 at 8:00 pm
The Line: Dallas Cowboys -3 -- Over/Under: 45
The San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys meet Thursday night in a Madden20 NFL simulation game.
The San Francisco 49ers have 10 different players who are ranked 85 overall or better. Tight end George Kittle leads the charge with a 97 overall rating and cornerback Richard Sherman has a 94 overall rating. Defensive end Nick Bosa, wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders and left tackle Joe Staley all have 89 ratings. The San Francisco 49ers are obviously one of the more balanced and highest rated teams in the game and have very little weakness. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has an 84 rating and an above-average acceleration to avoid pressure. On either side of the ball, you have to like the 49ers to show up and put together a consistent performance no matter who they play.
The Dallas Cowboys have four players ranked 91 or better overall in running back Ezekiel Elliott, wide receiver Amari Cooper and offensive linemen Zack Martin and Tyron Smith. That makes for a strong running game and a difference maker on the outside. Quarterback Dan Prescott is rated 81 overall, but he has a decent speed rating of 83 and acceleration rating of 86, so he can hurt defenses with his feet. Speaking of the defense, the Cowboys have a shutdown corner in Byron Jones who has an 88 rating overall and a top tier pass rusher in DeMarcus Lawrence who also has an 88 rating overall and a 88 acceleration rating. The Dallas Cowboys are loaded with difference makers on both sides of the ball and have to be one of the more balanced teams in this years version of Madden.
The Dallas Cowboys are a more than respectable team in this game and can certainly hold their own in any spot. However, the San Francisco 49ers are possibly the deepest team in this game with 10 players ranked at least 85 overall, and you almost never seen them in the underdog role. When you get such a great team as an underdog, you usually side with it and let the chips fall where they may. There's too much value to pass up.
Give me the 49ers and the free field goal.