Neither McCoy nor Scott Tolzien has played well in the first two preseason games, prompting coach Jim Harbaugh to increase rookie B.J. Daniels' snap count in practice this week. Harbaugh said McCoy will continue to be the No. 2 quarterback behind Kaepernick in Sunday's preseason game against Minnesota but has indicated Daniels will enter the game earlier than he did last Friday in Kansas City, Mo.
Playing mostly against the Chiefs' reserve defense, Daniels finished 6 for 9 for 72 yards with one touchdown and a 128 passer rating. McCoy threw an interception, while Tolzien nearly threw two. McCoy has a 25.3 passer rating through two preseason games. Tolzien's is 56.9.
Harbaugh noted Wednesday that McCoy is learning a new offense. "It's definitely a factor," Harbaugh said. "… He's working at it very hard. It means a lot to him, and it does to us, too. We're coaching him up the best we can, and we'll keep striving for improvement each day."
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