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    shown on Monday Night Football. The Los Angeles Rams host the Kansas City Chiefs in a matchup of 9-1 teams that could easily meet up in Super Bowl 53. Kickoff is set for 5:15 p.m. PT on ESPN. Joe Tessitore and Jason Witten will call the game from the booth Nick Mullens Color Rush Jersey , with Booger McFarland serving as an analyst from the field. Lisa Salters continues her duties as the sideline reporter.The Rams are tied with the Saints for the best record in the NFC, but New Orleans has the head-to-head tiebreaker. The Chiefs lead the AFC, holding a game-and-a-half lead over the Steelers, plus the head-to-head tiebreaker. With the Chargers losing, the Chiefs firm grip on the AFC West only grows. The Rams are a field goal favorite over the Chiefs, according to sportsbooks monitored by Odds Shark. The line has moved quite a bit this week after the league cancelled plans to play it on a neutral field. The line climbed as high as 3.5, but has settled at three for now. I’m taking the Rams, as I think they’re the better team due to their defensive upside. I think we see something like a 37-33 Rams victory. Bet the over on 63!Chiefs vs. Rams, MNFTime: 5:15 p.m. PTLocation: Los Angeles ColiseumChannel: ESPNLive Stream: WatchESPNOdds: Rams -3 An edge rusher before the fourth round would be nice."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference Calls2019 NFL Draft: 49ers picks, mock drafts https://www.49ersfanshop.com/Steve-Young-Jersey , news, rumors, analysisMock draft has 49ers trading, taking Quinnen Williams and A.J. BrownNew,313commentsAn edge rusher before the fourth round would be nice. PDTShareTweetShareShareMock draft has 49ers trading, taking Quinnen Williams and A.J. BrownThere’s always the big trade question for the San Francisco 49ers. If they trade out of No. 2, who with, how much, and who do they take instead? Today’s mock draft from NFL.com’s Chad Reuter has a trade between the 49ers and the more-dysfunctional-than-thought Oakland Raiders. The 49ers go from second to fourth and find a way to take Alabama defensive tackle Quinnen Williams a No. 4. The 49ers then turn around and trade back into the first round for the third time in four years and grab Ole Miss wide receiver A.J. Brown via a deal with the New England Patriots at for the 32nd pick. So far so good. with a second rounder acquired from the Raiders, the 49ers grab Maryland safety Darnell Savage. For the rest of the draft the 49ers use their original picks with no more trades. Here’s the full rundown from Reuter’s mock: The only thing concerning me with this is the neglect of an edge rusher. I get why they go BPA with Williams to start Y.A. Tittle Jersey , but the 49ers don’t get an edge until Jachai Polite in the fourth round. Polite isn’t exactly the person I’d put on the 49ers, especially after his comments in his post-Combine interview where he had choice remarks of the process. I also am tired of the late round pass-rushers. They just haven’t worked out. It seems like this is simply the way this draft goes, but I still wonder as great as Williams is if it’s worth not reaching for a first-round edge rusher instead of closing the book on Solomon Thomas. It also seems like a wasted pick on Kentavius Street in 2018 if you’re going to go and get Williams in 2019.At first I wasn’t a fan of Williams coming to the 49ers, but now after really thinking of the possibilities, it’s hard to defend that stance. I do like the trade though since it gets the 49ers A.J. Brown, whom I’ve begun to really like as of late. He solves the wide receiver “problem” the 49ers have (though I don’t find it as bad as some do). If the 49ers reach for an edge rusher in round one to accommodate this trade and then can grab Brown in that later trade, this mock would be high in my books even if we didn’t look at the later picks. I do like the sixth-round pick on Dennis Daley, or at least the thinking process behind it. Will he work? Who knows. It will be nice to see how he performs with a year of development. Maybe he could replace Mike McGlinchey when McGlinchey moves to left tackle? Or maybe he becomes the left tackle in a year?

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