With the SF 49ers coming off a Week 1 loss versus the Cardinals, Kyle Shanahan and Co. need to ensure they correct some mistakes against the NY Jets. The SF 49ers need to bounce back from an ugly, disjointed loss in Week 1 versus the Arizona Cardinals.
The 49ers’ season opener against the Arizona Cardinals ended in disaster. Despite a poor Week 1 showing, San Francisco is favored by 7 points to bounce back on the road against the New York Jets according to Bet MGM.
With the SF 49ers looking to bounce back in Week 2 versus the NY Jets, these four players are going to draw a lot of focus on their efforts. It’s no surprise there’s a lot of criticism and hot takes going around after the SF 49ers fell in embarrassing fashion to the underdog Arizona Cardinals […] SF 49ers vs.
Niner Noise analyzes the film after the SF 49ers loss to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1. Yes, this was an ugly loss for the SF 49ers. The offense was sloppy and ineffective, and the defense couldn’t stop the Arizona Cardinals’ two best and most important offensive players, quarterback Kyler Murray and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
The SF 49ers are already facing adversity early in 2020, yet a Week 2 road bout against the NY Jets can either solve them or compound the challenges. SF 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan is already being asked to overcome a number of significant obstacles in his team’s quest to bounce back from a crushing […] SF 49ers vs.
The 49ers lost their season opener to the Arizona Cardinals 24-20. What ensued after a shaky all-around performance was an avalanche of overreactions about a team that went to the Super Bowl last season.
The 49ers badly need reinforcements at wide receiver after injuries left them with just three healthy players at the position to end Week 1, and they were set to have only four healthy players there going into their second game with the Jets.
The 49ers on Wednesday made a flurry of roster moves as injuries pile up and forced them to make some additions. New rules for the COVID-19 pandemic afford teams some additional flexibility with their practice squad and Injured Reserve list, which is why the slew of moves was made Wednesday.
The SF 49ers will look to bounce back from an ugly loss against the Cardinals, and the lowly NY Jets present a perfect opportunity to do so. The SF 49ers had a rough start to their 2020 season with an unfortunate 24-20 home loss to the Arizona Cardinals at Levi’s Stadium last Sunday.
San Francisco 49ers All-Pro tight end George Kittle likely won't practice this week because of the setback he suffered during Sunday's season opener. Nevertheless, Kittle expects to play against the Jets.
The 49ers got a little good news to start the second week of their regular season. Wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk and center Ben Garland missed the season opener, but were full participants in Wednesday’s practice according to the team’s practice report.
The SF 49ers’ ugly loss in Week 1 to the visiting Cardinals revealed a lot about Kyle Shanahan’s squad, particularly the lack of an NFL preseason. So, perhaps the SF 49ers would have benefited from the NFL having a preseason after all.