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It just seems like a constant contradiction, and this

Postby linchao » Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:50 am

San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan believed the improvements the team made leading into his third season would make the 49ers a contender.The early results have been extremely positive , with San Francisco opening the season with back-to-back road wins for the first time since 1989, capped by a dominant performance in Cincinnati.The Niners gained 572 yards of offense for the fifth-most productive day in franchise history and dominated up front defensively against Cincinnati in a 41-17 victory Sunday."That game yesterday was as good as any game I've been a part of," Shanahan said Monday. "That will only give us confidence, but it doesn't make anything easier. The games will only get harder."The Niners (2-0) will seek their first 3-0 start since 1998 in the home opener Sunday against a Pittsburgh team that will be without injured star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.About the only thing that went wrong on the road trip that started with an ugly win at Tampa Bay and featured a weeklong stay in Youngstown, Ohio, was a broken leg for left tackle Joe Staley.Shanahan said Staley is expected to miss between six and eight weeks, which could be a big blow to the offense. Rookie Justin Skule, a sixth-round pick out of Vanderbilt , is slated to take his spot, but Shanahan said the team would be aggressive to look for upgrades, with the most intriguing possibility being Washington holdout Trent Williams."We would love to if there were options," Shanahan said. "You look at anything that's possible. I don't think there are a ton of great options out there that are possible."WHAT'S WORKINGRunning game. With Jerick McKinnon out for the season with a knee injury and Tevin Coleman sidelined by an injured ankle, the 49ers running game thrived with the backups in charge. Matt Breida had 12 carries for 121 yards, Raheem Mostert added 13 for 83 yards and Jeff Wilson Jr. ran for two TDs. San Francisco finished with 42 carries for 259 yards, averaging 6.2 per carry.WHAT NEEDS HELPThere wasn't much that didn't go well in a 24-point road win. There were a few issues on special teams. Robbie Gould missed a 39-yard field goal, and Richie James had two punt returns for 4 yards and gained only 13 yards the only time he tried to return a kick.STOCK UPJimmy Garoppolo. There were plenty of questions about Garoppolo's play after he struggled in the season opener in his first game back from a season-ending knee injury. There were no such questions after Week 2. He completed 17 of 25 passes for 297 yards and three TDs. His 131.2 passer rating was his best in 10 starts with San Francisco and he averaged 11.9 yards per attempt thanks in part to Shanahan scheming open receivers on several plays."His mind is incredible — just how he's two plays ahead while we're running the current play ," Garoppolo said of his coach. "It makes everything so easy. When he gets in a rhythm like that, it puts everyone in a good position."STOCK DOWNWR Dante Pettis. The player who was supposed to be San Francisco's top wideout is off to a slow start. He got just two snaps in the opener, when he had one catch for 7 yards. He played more this past week but wasn't targeted on a single pass. He did throw one on a trick play that went for 16 yards to Mostert.INJUREDStaley's injury was the most significant, but edge rusher Dee Ford also left the game with an injury to his quadriceps and knee. He was sidelined with a similar injury in training camp and Shanahan said he didn't know what Ford's status would be for this week.KEY NUMBER1.3 — The Niners held the Bengals to 25 yards on 19 carries. That was the fewest yards rushing allowed and the fewest per carry allowed in a game for San Francisco since Nov. 8, 2015, when Atlanta had 14 carries for 17 yards (1.2 ypc).NEXT STEPSThe 49ers play their home opener against Pittsburgh seeking their seventh 3-0 start since the merger. They made the playoffs in all but one of those seasons, missing only in 1980 when they went 6-10. A down season in 2018 shouldn’t mean a single 49er isn’t on the list" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteNiners Nationa San Francisco 49ers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibrary49ersOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsFiled under:San Francisco 49ers News49ers Roster49ers snubbed from PFF’s top 50 players entering 2019New,40commentsA down season in 2018 shouldn’t mean a single 49er isn’t on the listPDTShareTweetShareShare49ers snubbed from PFF’s top 50 players entering 2019Photo by John McCoy/Getty ImagesPro Football Focus released their top-50 players entering 2019 this morning. The list did not include a San Francisco 49er. The list loses credibility out of the gate by having Detroit Lions defensive tackle Damon Harrison at No. 49. PFF references his 92 overall grade , but not his 67 overall pass-rush grade, or the fact that Harrison had four combined sacks, hits, and hurries. Four! Deforest Buckner had over four in six games last year.That is the disconnect with PFF. They will tweet out coverage grades; then their workers will say something along the lines of “well, most of that grade came in one game.” It just seems like a constant contradiction, and this is no different. The ability to rush the passer>grand canyon>stopping the run.Jimmy Garoppolo didn’t make the list. Common sense tells you he’s one of the 50 most valuable players in the league, but PFF prefaced the article with this:Dante Pettis falls under the injury umbrella, plus he was just a rookie. Richard Sherman didn’t have the splash plays to get him on the list , but Dee Ford not making the list? I imagine this is where the grades come into play again. Ford graded as an 87 overall last year. Before to 2018, he was never over 70.There are plenty of other examples on PFF’s list that you can pick apart, but should the list include a 49er?

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