Week 9 is going to be a difficult one for Madden 19 to predict considering all of the big moves that were made at the trade deadline.

Now officially past the midway point of the 2018 NFL season, this is where things start to get crazy as the playoff picture begins to take shape. This has been a wild season thus far but Madden 19 has done an overall remarkable job in predicting the outcomes of each week’s games.

Last week, Madden correctly predicted nine of the 14 matchups, including a few difficult games like the Packers versus Rams and Saints versus Vikings. Week 9 offers another set of exciting games that could go either way, including Packers at Patriots and Rams at Saints. The Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles all have bye weeks.

What makes this week even more intriguing is the fact that it’s the first since a series of trades made before the deadline. The Denver Broncos shipped receiver Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans, who they play this week. The Green Bay Packers traded star safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to the Washington Redskins. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Not every trade made this week was reflected in our simulation, but we did make note of the roster moves that we did do.

Who does Madden predict will be Week 9’s winners and losers? Read on to find out!

San Francisco 49ers 42, Oakland Raiders 30

Kicking things off for week nine is a Thursday night matchup between the Oakland Raiders who travel to San Francisco to take on the struggling 49ers. While the 49ers have been with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo since week three of the season, the Raiders have their own myriad of problems, beginning with the quarterback play of Derek Carr.

With a combined 2-13 record entering week nine, neither team is fighting for a playoff spot this season. Despite the excitement surrounding each team at the start of the year, it’s been a colossal disappointment for both. Although the 49ers struggles can be attributed to injuries, the Raiders just can’t seem to get it together under returning head coach Jon Gruden.

In any case, the game proved to be as uneventful as expected, despite strong showings by both offenses. 49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard threw for five touchdowns, while Derek Carr continued to struggle (26-56, 293 yds., 3 TDs, 2 Ints). 49ers tight end George Kittle led the team with seven receptions and two touchdowns. Receiver Dante Pettis also caught two touchdowns.

It was a tight game for the most part, but the Raiders suffered yet another second-half collapse. The 49ers rallied for 28 fourth-quarter points for a 42-30 victory.

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