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Which non-49ers game are you looking forward to in Week 2?
December 03, 2018 03:42AM
Welcome to Week 2 of the NFL season. We got our first taste of Week 2 with a strange game between the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals and now can move on to the Sunday games. Unlike Week 1 http://www.authenticssanfrancisco49ers.com/cheap-joe-staley-jersey , the sloppy play that accompanies the games for the first weeks begins to get flushed out here, and there should be some good stuff to watch as a result. The San Francisco 49ers get going at 1:00 PM. against the Detroit Lions, but there’s obviously other games that many of you may be curious about, and if you play fantasy, may be interested in while the 49ers play. I’m trying to figure out what I’ll watch while I make protein pancakes and do my morning cardio. Most likely I’ll be watching some of the Cleveland Browns. The Brows are gonna Brown, but I’d love to see what comedy I’ll get out of them going up against the New Orleans Saints. The Saints got punked hard by Ryan Fitzpatrick of all people last week, especially after that defense was praise all offseason. I’m also going to be watching the Los Angeles Chargers against the Buffalo Bills for two reasons: I have the Chargers locked in as my defense this week in fantasy and Buffalo has Josh Allen making his debut. The Bills are an awful team and have a lot of work, I don’t think Allen will be able to do much with this rosterbesides complete a few passes. This is already a step up. The one game I wish I could catch is the Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals. The NFC West is something to watch this year and after the Rams had their game against the Raiders, I’m curious how they can do in a divisional game. The one game I wish I could catch would be the if nothing more than to see that dumpster fire of a team in Cleveland try to win a game. Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons 10:00 a.m., FOXLos Angeles Chargers at Buffalo Bills, 10:00 a.m., CBSMinnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers http://www.authenticssanfrancisco49ers.com/cheap-marquise-goodwin-jersey , 10:00 a.m., FOXHouston Texans at Tennessee Titans, 10:00 a.m., CBSCleveland Browns at New Orleans Saints, 10:00 a.m., FOXMiami Dolphins at New York Jets, 10:00 a.m., CBSKansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers, 10:00 a.m., CBSPhiladelphia Eagles at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 10:00 a.m., FOXIndianapolis Colts at Washington Youth Brock Coyle Jersey , 10:00 AM., CBSArizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams, 1:05 p.m., FOXDetroit Lions at San Francisco 49ers, 1:05 p.m., FOXOakland Raiders at Denver Broncos, 1:25 p.m., CBSNew England Patriots at Jacksonville Jaguars, 1:25 p.m., CBSChicago Bears at Green Bay Packers, 5:20 p.m., NBC49ers rookies get off to solid start in Week 1 vs. Vikings The San Francisco 49ers are a young team. While it’s no excuse for the mistakes made against the Minnesota Vikings White Mike McGlinchey Jersey , their youth certainly showed in their loss. Some penalties, dropped passes, and other metal errors kept what should have been a game the 49ers could have won, into a close loss. Let’s look at some of the big players. WR Dante PettisPettis had some bonehead moments. Muffing a punt comes to mind. Thank goodness it didn’t result in a turnover. Pettis also had the only touchdown of the day, a beautiful catch thrown by Jimmy Garoppolo in the third quarter. Pettis also had another chance at a touchdown earlier in the game, but a nice defensive play kept that from happening. At first it looked like an inexcusable drop, but the arm of the Vikings defender was almost like a log blocking any attempt at Pettis hauling it in. Pettis’ route running ability was on full display and his improvisation helped in the successful touchdown catch. OT (OG!) Mike McGlincheyThe 49ers tackle doesn’t have anything major that comes to mind when we’re a few hours removed from the game. That suggests McGlinchey got off to a good start. The more interesting story with McGlinchey was how he was used to get the 49ers out of Minnesota. Mike Person went down with an injury and Joshua Garnett followed. That left a vacant guard position. The 49ers elected to move McGlinchey to guard and put Garry Gilliam in at right tackle. As you might expect, the offense elected to move things to Joe Staley’s side for the rest of the game, but it wasn’t pretty. As for McGlinchey playing guard? It was a first. Not for his NFL career, but ever. According to Matt Barrows, it’s the first time he (McGlinchey) played the position.LB Fred WarnerWe saved the best for last. Fred Warner has made the decision regarding starting linebackers much more difficult when Reuben Foster and Malcolm Smith become available. Warner led the team in tackles with 12 (11 solo), one pass defended Youth DeForest Buckner Jersey , and also had a forced fumble (recovered by Richard Sherman if you’re curious) which we have right here: Warner was impressive for his rookie sample size, and already has us looking to possible chaos available once Reuben Foster comes off suspension. Once the 49ers get Foster back, they may have their starting linebackers figured out. The problem is depth — Brock Coyle has entered the concussion protocol and Malcolm Smith is fighting another injury. If Warner can build on this performance, he could be something special. We’ll have a more thorough film breakdown later today.The restDefensive back D.J. Reed and cornerback Tarvarius Moore both got special teams snaps, but no defensive snaps. Reed played 14 snaps, while Moore had 22 snaps, tied with Mark Nzeocha for most special teams snaps on the team. Wide receiver Richie James and defensive tackle Jullian Taylor were both inactive.
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