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George Kittle NFL Player Props – Week 8, Los Angeles Rams vs San Francisco 49ers

George Kittle NFL Player Props - Week 8, Los Angeles Rams vs San Francisco 49ers
2022-10-30 16:25:00 EDT

George Kittle and the San Francisco 49ers (3-4) face the Los Angeles Rams (3-3) at SoFi Stadium for Week 8. Let’s take a look at Kittle’s NFL player props for Sunday’s matchup. The 49ers are favored to win, currently marked as 1.5-point favorites. The total points line is set at 43.0, meaning the implied expected score for the game is 22-21 San Francisco.

George Kittle Receiving Yards

  • Kittle has averaged 56.0 receiving yards per game this season.
  • Kittle has averaged 68.8 receiving yards per game in his 11 career appearances against the Rams (including playoffs).
  • The Rams are giving up 211.2 receiving yards per game this season – ranking 7th in the league.

George Kittle Receptions

  • Kittle has averaged 5.0 receptions per game this season.
  • Kittle has averaged 4.8 receptions per game in his 11 career appearances against the Rams (including playoffs).
  • The Rams are giving up 19.8 receptions per game this season – ranking 8th in the league.

George Kittle Touchdowns

  • Kittle has recorded 1 touchdown this season.
  • Kittle has recorded 6 touchdowns from his 11 career appearances against the Rams (including playoffs).
  • The Rams are giving up 2.2 touchdowns per game this season – ranking 11th in the league.
  • He has scored 2+ touchdowns in zero of five games this season.
  • George Kittle’s latest 2+ touchdown performance came in Week 13, 2021 against the Seahawks.
  • He has scored the first touchdown in zero of five games this season.
  • Kittle has scored the first touchdown in one of his 11 career appearances against the Rams (including playoffs).
  • The Rams have given up the first touchdown in three of six games this season.
  • He has scored the last touchdown in zero of five games this season.
  • Kittle has scored the last touchdown in two of 11 career appearances against the Rams (including playoffs).
  • The Rams have given up the last touchdown in four of six games this season.

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