The San Francisco 49ers’ stay in Arizona’s temporary housing began with unexploded ordnance. After a nearly seamless transition …
The San Francisco 49ers’ stay in Arizona’s temporary housing began with unexploded ordnance.
After a nearly seamless transition to the new location, the 49ers put together what they felt was a productive week of practice and suffered a 34-24 defeat to the Buffalo Bills.
The Forty-niners (5-7) resumed practice on Wednesday after spending a day off in Arizona instead of returning to the Bay Area as usual after playing away from home and with Washington on Sunday. I wanted to save the season from the match.
“I think that’s the challenge. I was disappointed on Monday night. Kyle Shanahan said on Wednesday.” We thought we lost the match in the week we felt. I was pretty disappointed after the match because I entered with confidence. It lasted until yesterday and you have to get over it and see things. ”
Shanahan held a longer-than-usual team meeting on Wednesday and watched a movie of the Bills game to show how some mistakes in attack and defense led to disappointing results.
The Bison struggled to delay Joshualen and Buffalo’s attacks, and he was able to complete 32 out of 40 passes with 375 yards and four touchdowns. Two of the TDs came to wide open recipients who took advantage of blown coverage for a simple score.
The crime in San Francisco was also problematic and couldn’t keep up with the bill. Nick Morens took one pass out of Brandon Aiyuk’s hand for a pass cut and threw another near the goal line.
The Forty-niners couldn’t hide one to a quarter of the opening drive down and missed a few manageable third downs in the second half of the first half, creating an insurmountable 10-point half-time deficit. It was.
“I think we felt we were able to do some big things,” Mullens said. “I think the challenge was that Buffalo held the ball for a while. They did a very good job of controlling football. We needed to find a way to stay there. A particular drive. There were some mistakes that prevented us in. But we felt the opportunity was coming, so we just got together and remained solid throughout the process. “
We believe that both Shanahan and his players were forced to relocate from the Bay Area to Arizona after Santa Clara County imposed a new COVID-19 rule banning contact sports for at least three weeks. Is not …
They praised the setup at the hotel near the Arizona Cardinals Stadium, where the 49ers are playing home games. The team set up weights and training rooms at the hotel and practiced near the fields Cardinals used during the training camp.
Linebacker Fred Warner said, “After all, all of these have endpoints, so I try not to be concerned about the situation.” “We’re not stuck in this situation. That’s what they have to put up with for a few weeks. The sooner we can adapt and accept, the faster we can improve as players. Because, after all, we’re playing soccer and you’re getting better or worse. Being able to make performance decisions based on the situation poses a lot of problems. ”
Note: WR Deebo Samuel missed practice due to a bruise on his foot, but needs to return to practice on Thursday. … DLDJ Jones missed practice due to an ankle injury, but Shanahan said it wasn’t an ankle sprain and Jones should be able to return this season. … CBK’Waun Williams (ankle) was actually limited. … I didn’t practice OL Tom Compton (concussion), CB Emmanuel Moseley (hamstring), DL Kevin Givens (for personal reasons) either. … The 49ers match in Dallas on December 20th has moved from prime time to early afternoon. “I was pretty disappointed,” said linebacker Fred Warner. “I love playing the type of game that the whole league sees, but that’s what it is.”
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