Watch: Matt Breida mic’d up during 49ers’ win vs. Rams

Oct 15, 2019 at 12:38 PM--


Matt Breida is the latest San Francisco 49ers player to be mic'd up in a game. 49ers Studios, the team's in-house production studio, released the following video featuring the 24-year-old running back during Sunday's 20-7 road victory over the Los Angeles Rams.



"I would hate to be on that team, knowing there's nothing you can do," Breida can be heard saying of the Rams offense as it is going against the 49ers defense. "There are too many of them. They're too good. We've got all first-round draft picks on the D-line."

The 49ers signed Breida as an undrafted free agent out of Georgia Southern in 2017. He had 13 carries for 36 rushing yards while adding four receptions for 27 receiving yards against the Rams on Sunday.

Breida has carried the football 65 times for 376 yards with a rushing touchdown while adding 10 receptions for 73 yards with a receiving touchdown through five games and three starts this season, his third in the NFL.





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