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The San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals square off on Sunday. Both teams could really use a win for locker room morale Jaquiski Tartt Jersey , but both teams could use a loss for draft pick purposes. Take your pick for what you’re rooting for!I took some time this week to chat with Revenge of the Birds editor Seth Cox. We chatted about why our teams would win and lose on Sunday. My reasons for the 49ers winning and losing are here. Below is what Seth had to say about his Cardinals.For the first time in weeks, it feels like the Arizona Cardinals have a shot.No, not only because they are playing a bad San Francisco team, no offense, but because change usually begets a boost for a team.It likely won’t change much on the overall season, but it will provide a temporary boost that helps get the Arizona Cardinals a win or two.Two reasons the Cardinals win in Week 8Mike McCoy is goneMcCoy has been one of the worst coaches in the NFL for the last two years, that’s why he’s been fired three times since the end of the 2016 season. Enter Byron Leftwich, who studied for years as a quarterback, offensive assistant and finally quarterbacks coach under Bruce Arians. Leftwich has a fantastic rapport with Josh Rosen, and he’ll bring back some of the concepts of the Bruce Arians offense, likely the rushing game and using David Johnson in a multitude of ways. He’ll also incorporate some of the concepts that Josh Rosen likes to use from college and even the Mike McCoy offense. The thing that Leftwich has vowed to do is something McCoy hasn’t done in his last two stops and why he has not coached a full season the last two years.Turnover city for the defenseThe Cardinals rode the right arm of C.J. Beathard to a win in the last matchup, and they could do it again. Beathard is a nice backup quarterback, but there’s a reason he’s a backup. The Arizona Cardinals since the preseason have feasted on below average starting quarterbacks. They’ll do it again on Sunday, because they have the talent to beat backups. I don’t know if that’s saying much, but it is something.Two reasons the Cardinals lose in Week 8Not enough timeLeftwich has been at the controls for 10 days鈥?it would not surprise if that’s not enough time to get the McCoy stench off. Let’s be completely honest, if Matt Breida doesn’t get hurt in their first matchup, it’s likely the 49ers win that first game. Why? The Arizona Cardinals offense is abysmal. Now, it may not be abysmal, but it may not be enough in sync to fix the problems, overcome the bad offensive line and get on track in just 10 days.Giving up alreadyEveryone knows that Patrick Peterson requested a trade this week. What if he’s saying all the right things but not feeling it? What if he’s already looking beyond his time in the desert? If he’s doing it, could other players? That’s what the biggest question the Cardinals will have to answer. They already are the worst rushing defense in the NFL Womens Joe Montana Jersey , and if Breida is healthy, the 49ers will have a great chance to gash them in the run game. If the 49ers can take the ball out of Beathard’s hands, it’ll be a win immediately for the 49ers. That could give the Cardinals problems and keep the season going in the wrong direction. Your San Francisco 49ers links for Thursday, May 5th, 2019"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference Calls49ers LinksGolden Nuggets: Will our punter actually have an effect on our number of wins?New,76commentsYour San Francisco 49ers links for Thursday, May 5th, 2019 PDTAndrew StrongShareTweetShareShareGolden Nuggets: Will our punter actually have an effect on our number of wins?The Mitch Wishnowsky pick is still receiving mixed reviews around this site based off questions that won’t be answered until the next 4 excruciatingly long months pass. However, we can take a quick look into the effect of our punters in regards to the success of our team.This isn’t the first time a punter has come under the microscope following the draft. Bradley Pinion’s selection in the 5th round met immediate scrutiny around this site. This may have been due to the loss of our Pro Bowl punter Andy Lee. The frustrating performance of Pinion and his inability to ever match the effectiveness of Lee followed. So, how bad was Pinion compared to Lee? In Pinion’s 4 years with the 49ers he averaged 43.7 yards per punt with 33.5% of the punts inside of the 20 yard line. Lee’s career average was 46.6 yards per punt with 32.8% of the punts landing inside the 20. As I sit back and remember the last ten years I am stunned that these statistics weren’t more lopsided. I remember Lee putting the nail in the coffin and Pinion shanking punts when all we needed was a little help.When delving further into Lee’s numbers it can be seen that even with the tremendous success of a punter that our W/L ratio will depend on the ability of our offense to score and our defense to get takeaways. In 2007, Lee had an astonishing 42 out of 105 punts land inside the 20. That is a 40% rate while averaging 47.3 yards per punt. Our record as we all remember was a paltry 5-11.This information does not inspire the confidence of utilizing a 4th round pick on a punter.However, let’s take a look at what we can expect from Wishnowsky. Mitch’s success rate of landing punts inside the 20 is 42%! His 45.7 yard average is longer than Pinion’s best season by 1.7 yards. Now, Wishnowsky did have the thin air advantage of Salt Lake but professional coaching will help his career. Punters do tend to gain a few yards in the NFL. Even if the coaching only equals out the altitude advantage of Salt Lake, the 49ers may have our best punter ever. The question will remain though on whether this even matters. As a faithful I believe MWIOF.Now, on to the links:The Punter Theory: Deconstructing the 49ers’ Fourth-Round Pick(Bret Rumbeck)San Francisco 49ers: 3 potentially shocking roster cuts in 2019 (Peter Panacy)San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, Dee Ford change defense’s potential (Cody Williams)Urgency, not friction, seems to be the operative word for the 49ers (Mike Florio)Tom Brady, Jimmy Garoppolo and friends spotted at 2019 Kentuck Derby (Jessica Kleinschmidt)NFC Position Battles to Watch (2019 Fantasy Monitor) (Derek Lofland)