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Breaking down the sacks allowed by 49ers vs. Vikings Officially

Womens Mike Person Jersey , the San Francisco 49ers allowed three sacks in their season-opening loss to the Minnesota Vikings. A fourth sack was allowed, but was nullified due to a defensive penalty on the Vikings, but in our first breakdown of the breakdowns along the offensive line, we’re going to take a look at all four.In-all, I thought the offensive line did a decent job given the injuries that occurred. Joe Staley and Weston Richburg had good games, and so did Mike McGlinchey, though he was beaten a couple times. Surprisingly, I thought McGlinchey played his best football when he moved to right guard after the injuries happened.It’s possible that the extremely lacking play of Garry Gilliam served to make McGlinchey look better, of course.Garoppolo had a very uneven game for the 49errs, and as the game went on, the Vikings put more and more pressure on him. They allowed a sack per quarter, but Garoppolo was pressured much more in the second half than the first, at least that how I saw it. I thought, for the most part, Garoppolo handled the pressure okay, but he held onto the ball too long on a few plays and, of course, was pressured into some bad throws late.But we’ve been over that for the most part. Let’s dive into the coaches’ film and break down the sacks allowed by the 49ers.3:27, 1st Quarter, 1st-and-20 at SF 15: Garoppolo sacked at SF 6 for -9 yards (Everson Griffen, Sheldon Richardson)Eventually, it’s Joe Staley’s man that brings down Garoppolo, but the real breakdown occurs at right guard, where Mike Person gets shoved wide right off the snap. Garoppolo starts to get away from that, but Staley has done all he can without drawing a holding penalty. Let’s take a look downfield and see if there was anything for Garoppolo.As we can see http://www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonline. … ead-jersey , Garoppolo has a man underneath to his right, but he has two defenders just waiting to jump that route and grab an easy interception, so it’s a smart decision to not let go of that ball. He also doesn’t have time to get out of the tackle box to throw the ball away, while the three receivers to his left don’t open in time. In fact, only one of them gets open at all, on the deep curl, but Garoppolo is already down by the time he turns.3:37, 2nd Quarter, 2nd-and-Goal at MIN 3: Garoppolo sacked at MIN 8 for -5 yards (Danielle Hunter), PENALTY on Xavier Rhodes, Defensive Holding (Kendrick Bourne), No PlayThis play was wiped out due to a defensive holding penalty on Xavier Rhodes, who forced Kendrick Bourne to the ground on the play. Had he not done that, it’s certainly possible that Bourne would have cut inside and been open for a touchdown. But we’ll look at where the breakdown occured regardless — Laken Tomlinson, and then Mike McGlinchey. You could argue that McGlinchey did enough to get his man around the edge so Garoppolo could step into a throw, and that an attempt might have been made if a penalty didn’t occur, so I’m not going to be too hard on McGlinchey here. But Tomlinson was definitely beaten off the ball.1:24, 3rd Quarter, 1st-and-10 at MIN 17: Garoppolo sacked at MIN 22 for -5 yards (Hunter)This is after both Person and Garnett were injured, prompting McGlinchey to move to right guard and Garry Gilliam to come in at right tackle. McGlinchey holds up fine on this play, as do everyone to his left. It’s Gillian who is beaten, and it’s not even close. Garoppolo takes a hard, hard hit as Gilliam is soundly beaten around the outside. But was there anything for Garoppolo?Short answer: no. Long answer: kind of. At the end of the play you’ll see a receiver getting open in the end zone on the top right, and if Garoppolo releases that ball early on a timing throw, that could be a touchdown. Great quarterbacks have made that throw before and I certainly believe Garoppolo is capable of doing it. He probably should have uncorked that one over the top and taken an incompletion at the very worst.6:32 Authentic Pierre Garcon Jersey , 4th Quarter, 3rd-and-5 at 50: Garoppolo sacked at SF 40 for -10 yards (Harrison Smith)Tomlinson makes a call with Weston Richburg just before this play starts that I stupidly didn’t catch in the gif. There’s no telling what the call was, but the two double-teamed Richburg’s man, which is probably what that meant.Breida is in the backfield to pick up the blitz, but it’s essentially an all-out from the Vikings here, and Tomlinson-Richburg double when they should have went single. If Tomlinson gets the linebacker, then Breida might have a shot at chopping Smith. It really does look here like Breida has time to get in the way of Smith — and he has to know that Staley is getting the edge rusher, so he probably should have made the other decision. Let’s go downfield again.This is a well-designed play by both teams, honestly. The 49ers get Trent Taylor wide open in the middle of the field. There’s a linebacker underneath covering covering the receiver out wide, and if the pass isn’t perfect, it could be picked. But tossed over the head, Taylor has a first down to extend a potential game-tying drive. That said, Garoppolo is hit so quickly I can’t really fault him here.Do the 49ers bounce back from Jimmy Garoppolo’s injury in Week 4? It’s been quite a week for the San Francisco 49ers organization and its fans. Jimmy Garoppolo saw his season come to an end with a torn ACL, and at times it feels like going through the five steps of the grieving process.We’ve seen head coach Kyle Shanahan working his way through this process in his media interviews. On Monday, he talked about how it was tough to wake up that morning after the injury. On Wednesday, he had moved on to, “[t]his happens a lot,” and after you’re down about it, “when you come in today it’s time to get ready for the next game,” and of course, “[t]here’s not time to sit here and feel sorry for ourselves. It’s time to step it up and win some games.” By Thursday evening on a KNBR interview, he sounded a little more fired up and ready to go for Sunday.I don’t imagine it is that simple for 49ers fans, but I do know we have opinions all over the place on the future of the team. And confidence is certainly low at the moment.But with 13 games remaining, where do people see this season ending up? I don’t imagine many people expect the team to compete for a playoff spot, but I’m sure there are some folks who are ready to jump on the C.J. Beathard train. And on the other end http://www.sanfrancisco49ersteamonline. … tis-jersey , some folks might be fully expecting no more than three or four wins.This weekend, the 49ers travel to face the Los Angeles Chargers. The Chargers offense has been putting up some big numbers, but sits at 1-2 thanks to a bad defense. Joey Bosa remains out, and is not expected back for a few more weeks at the earliest. The defense still has solid pieces like safety Derwin James, edge rusher Melvin Ingram, and linebacker Denzel Perryman, but the group has struggled in a big way.The 49ers were projected to be a 4.5 point underdog in this game, but Garoppolo’s injury swung the line considerably. Virtually all sportsbooks are holding this game at Chargers -10 or -10.5, according to OddsShark. You can find 11.5, but for the most part it’s 10 or 10.5. And while the 49ers have problems in front of them, I am actually considering using one of my five picks in the SuperContest on the 49ers.61 percent of online bettors are laying the points with the Chargers, and 72 percent of bettors at William Hill’s 100+ sportsbooks are on the Chargers. It’s not at all surprising given the injury, but the past couple weeks have been rough for the public. I look at Sunday’s matchup as one that could end up being a lot closer than the public thinks.Our weekly FanPulse survey suggests 49ers fans think this is one where the team has a chance to cover. The survey went out early this week with the point spread listed at 10. The group of voters (sign up to join our FanPulse survey) went in aggregate see the 49ers losing by seven points. I don’t know if that’s just homerism or what, but a cover does not seem all that crazy to me given how the NFL operates.C.J. Beathard is a downgrade from Jimmy Garoppolo, but with a year and a half under his belt working with Kyle Shanahan puts him in position to be better equipped than he was a year ago. The 49ers are still working to upgrade their skill positions, but overall this group appears to provide better options than when Beathard first moved into the starting lineup. If the offensive line can hold up and Beathard can show himself to be more decisive than last year, the 49ers offense could make some things happen against a bad Chargers defense.On the other side of the ball, Philip Rivers faces a secondary that is particularly banged up. Richard Sherman won’t play, Jaquiski Tartt has sat out two straight days of practice after missing last week’s game, and Adrian Colbert is not 100 percent after a hip injury. The Chargers pass protection ranks No. 9 in adjusted sack rate, while the 49ers pass rush ranks No. 23 in adjusted sack rate.The lack of pass rush with injuries in the secondary is not a recipe for success, but I think we’ll see more than expected from the 49ers offense to keep this game close. And if you don’t want to bet the game, I’d say take the over on the 46 point total.

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