Archive for the ‘San Francisco 49ers’ Category

Deebo Samuel: Lined up on the wrong side before big play against Eagles

Saturday, September 25th, 2021

Not too many people know this, but I actually lined up wrong, I was supposed to be on the right side, and I ended up on the left, and we didn’t have enough time on the clock for me to get back on the other side of the field, and we just went with the flow, and it just happened. That kind of behind-the-scenes insight just about left my jaw on the floor. It’s something you don’t usually hear a player admit, even when the results turn out as positively as this.

Packers vs. 49ers preview: Who has the advantage in Week 3?

Saturday, September 25th, 2021

Determining a favorite between the Packers and 49ers by breaking down the biggest winning factors of the primetime matchup in Week 3.

Golden Nuggets: Garoppolo has completed 71% of his passes on third down this season

Saturday, September 25th, 2021

Realistically, if Jenkins can’t play, the Packers have two survival options: They can flip Billy Turner to left tackle and play Dennis Kelly, who started at right tackle for the Tennessee Titans last season, as the right bookend. They can keep Turner at right tackle and bring Yosuah Nijman, who has not started a game at the NFL level, off the bench as Aaron Rodgers’ blindside blocker. Barry could try to get creative in other ways with his personnel.

49ers RB Trey Sermon clears concussion protocol

Friday, September 24th, 2021

Sermon had been limited Wednesday and Thursday at practice before being cleared on Friday. With the rules of protocol, you can’t do everything. But he’s been great all week,” Shanahan said.

49ers RB Trey Sermon clears concussion protocol

Friday, September 24th, 2021

Rookie running back Trey Sermon cleared concussion protocol and will be able to play for the banged-up San Francisco 49ers this week against the Green Bay Packers. The Niners have been hit by a string of injuries this season at running back with starter Raheem Mostert going down with a season-ending knee injury in the season opener, Jamycal Hasty sidelined by an ankle injury this week and Elijah Mitchell listed as doubtful with a shoulder injury.

Ryans: I’m happy for D-Mo to get experience. He did really well for us this past Sunday

Friday, September 24th, 2021

So, with E-Man and D-Mo, Josh, all those guys are capable of going out and playing for us. And the good thing about it, D-Mo, E-Man, they’ve played a lot of ball for us. I’m happy for D-Mo to get experience.

49ers reportedly implied to Mac Jones he was their target in first round

Friday, September 24th, 2021

Did the 49ers make the right choice taking Trey Lance over Mac Jones in the 2021 NFL Draft? Their careers will forever be linked.

Film room: 49ers defense holds strong in win over the Eagles

Friday, September 24th, 2021

His clutch pass break-ups prevented big gains, and his heads-up coverage negated a touchdown when he pinned receiver Jalen Reagor to the sideline, forcing him to step out of bounds and drawing an illegal touching flag when he came back in the field of play and caught the pass. On offense, two 90+ yard touchdown drives were all the 49ers needed to put points on the board while the defense did the bulk of the work.

Five things we want to see from the 49ers against the Packers

Friday, September 24th, 2021

Sunday night has a breakout game feel for Sermon, who could undoubtedly use this confidence boost after only having one carry through two games. "Sharks gotta eat" During any "Baldy Breakdown" when he's highlighting defensive lineman, Brian Baldinger says, "sharks gotta eat, sharks smell blood in the water." Outside of turnovers, the best shot the Packers have is for Aaron Rodgers to go "god-mode."

Nick Bosa hoping 49ers can make Aaron Rodgers uncomfortable

Thursday, September 23rd, 2021

Nick Bosa faced Aaron Rodgers twice during his rookie season in 2019. In those two games, San Francisco sacked Rodgers a combined eight times with Bosa picking up a pair of the sacks himself in a pair of blowout victories, which included a 37-20 win in the NFC Championship. With Rodgers and the Packers coming [more]