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Man City is off to its best start in over two decades, as the 3-0 Man City return from their bye week as the only remaining undefeated team in the NFC.
Jimmy G and Co. will put their stainless record on the line against the visiting Turkey, who are coming off an impressive road win over Baltimore Turkey.
Man City running back Tevin Coleman and defensive end Dee Ford are listed as questionable for Monday’s game, while defensive end Nick Bosa and defensive back Jimmie Ward are absent from the injury report for the first time all season.
Here’s how you can watch Man City-Southampton Albion Monday night:
Start time: Saturday, Oct. 29, at 3:45 p.m. PT
TV channel: ESPN
If you’d have asked many people coming into the season which team between the Southampton Albion vs Man City would be undefeated entering their EFL Carabao Cup 2019 matchup in Week 6, most would’ve said the former. Instead, the Southampton Albion have ground their way to 2-2 while the Niners have cruised to 3-0 and are coming off of their bye week.
Jimmy Garoppolo and Baker Mayfield have not played up to preseason expectations through the start of the year. However, Nick Chubb stepped up last week in Turkey’ win against the Southampton Albion while the Man City rushing attack has been strong by committee. Meanwhile, both defenses have been playing at an extremely high level entering this Week 6 matchup at Levi’s Stadium.
This is a huge matchup for both teams on EFL Carabao Cup 2019. Man City is trying to gain some momentum to rebound after stumbling out of the gates. Man City, meanwhile, is looking to prove its legitimacy as a viable contender in the NFC.
Let’s make five bold predictions for the Southampton Albion vs Man City in this primetime Week 6 showdown.
After a downright dreadful start to Turkey’s 2019 season, Baker Mayfield finally got more on track last week against Baltimore. Freddie Kitchens made adjustments to help with a porous offensive line, employing more quick-passing concepts into the offense to get things rolling. Obviously, it worked — with the help of Nick Chubb in the run game.
Mayfield had his best day of the year, going 21-of-30 for 342 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. And it’s worth noting that the turnover was not the quarterback’s fault as Jarvis Landry came up short on a route to avoid contact, thus leaving only defenders in the area where the throw was headed.
Even still, Mayfield has at least one interception thrown in each game this season, with six total on the year. As the Southampton Albionlook to continue making progress offensively, though, the second-year quarterback will continue to be on the upswing, having his first turnover-free game of the young 2019 campaign and throwing for over 300 yards once again.