Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals will travel to take on the San Francisco 49ers in Week 11 for their second meeting of the season. In the team’s first meeting in Week 9, Murray was able to rally a comeback that ended up coming up short.

The Cardinals lost the game 28-25 and Murray finished the game with 241 yards and two touchdowns. The No. 1 overall pick in this year’s draft is one of the select few quarterbacks who has given the 49ers’ defense fits.

Heading into Week 11, Arizona has a 3-6-1 record and are in last place in the NFC West. While their playoff hopes are crushed, they would love nothing but to spoil the season of the 49ers on Sunday.

Through the first 10 weeks, Murray leads all rookies with 2,553 yards, 12 touchdowns, and five interceptions. In light of that, here are a few bold predictions for the Cardinals’ quarterback in Week 11 versus the 49ers.

3. Murray will complete 70 percent of his passes

It has been impressive to see what Murray has done in his rookie campaign thus far. Above all, Murray’s efficiency has stood out as he’s completed 63.9 percent of his passing attempts.

Yes, that number isn’t at the top of the NFL leaders, but considering what he has around him; it’s remarkable what the Oklahoma product has done. Before the season, many were skeptical of whether or not Murray’s game would translate to the NFL.

It has so far and Murray will continue adding to his already spectacular rookie resume by completing 70 percent of his attempts on Sunday.

2. Murray will throw three touchdowns

There’s no doubt that coming into this game, San Francisco is heavily favored to win. The 49ers lost their first game of the season last week against the Seattle Seahawks.

Even with the loss, San Francisco still has the top spot in the NFC West. With the talent being lopsided in this game, the Cardinals will likely need to be fighting from behind to attempt a comeback.

As a result, Murray will complete three touchdowns for the third time this season.

1. Murray will throw for 300 yards

On the surface, it may seem like a foregone conclusion that Murray can throw for 300 yards in Week 11. The reigning Heisman Trophy winner has four games where he has eclipsed the 300-yard mark.

While he’s been able to air it out with ease, San Francisco boasts arguably the best pass defense in the NFL. At this moment, the 49ers have the No. 1 ranked pass defense, allowing only 143.8 yards per game.

Additionally, San Francisco has yet to give up 300 passing yards to a single quarterback in 2019. That streak will end on Sunday with Murray having success throwing the ball.