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49ers Notebook: Snap counts vs. Cardinals, Nick Bosa among top-5 jersey sales

Sep 14, 2020 at 8:20 PM--


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49ers snap counts


Below are the 49ers snap counts during the team's 24-20 loss against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. These numbers are from NBC Sports Bay Area.

Offense

  • Quarterback: Jimmy Garoppolo 62
  • Running back: Raheem Mostert 37, Kyle Juszczyk 36, Jerick McKinnon 19, Tevin Coleman 6
  • Wide receiver: Kendrick Bourne 57, Dante Pettis 45, Trent Taylor 21, Richie James 10
  • Tight end: George Kittle 61, Jordan Reed 10, Ross Dwelley 7, Charlie Woerner 1
  • Offensive line: Trent Williams 62, Laken Tomlinson 62, Hroniss Grasu 62, Daniel Brunskill 62, Mike McGlinchey 62

Defense

  • Defensive line: Nick Bosa 57, Arik Armstead 52, Dee Ford 46, Solomon Thomas 40, D.J. Jones 39, Javon Kinlaw 39, Kerry Hyder 33, Kevin Givens 22
  • Linebacker: Fred Warner 82, Kwon Alexander 80, Dre Greenlaw 35
  • Defensive back: Jimmie Ward 82, Jaquiski Tartt 82, Emmanuel Moseley 82, Richard Sherman 78, K'Waun Williams 47, Ahkello Witherspoon 4, Tarvarius Moore 2

Special Teams

  • Moore 24, Azeez Al-Shaair 23, Mark Nzeocha 23, Greenlaw 23, Dontae Johnson 19, Marcell Harris 17, Mitch Wishnowsky 14, Ward 13, Witherspoon 13, Tartt 11, Armstead 11, Jones 10, Kinlaw 10, Kyle Nelson 9, McKinnon 9, Dwelley 9, James 7, Woerner 7, Thomas 7, Jeff Wilson 5, Juszczyk 5, Coleman 5, Robbie Gould 4, Tom Compton 4, Justin Skule 4, Tomlinson 4, Brunskill 4, McGlinchey 4, Taylor 3, Pettis 1, Moseley 1, Warner 1, Alexander 1, Bosa 1, K.Williams 1, Ford 1

Nick Bosa among top-5 jersey sales


The 49ers second-year defensive end, Nick Bosa, had one of the top-selling jerseys to start the 2020 season. His No. 97 jersey was among the top five. Only Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Patrick Mahomes, and Lamar Jackson — all quarterbacks — had better-selling jerseys.


Steve DeBerg straps a speaker to his back


Remember quarterback Steve DeBerg? He was with the 49ers for four seasons before the start of the Joe Montana era. The Pick Six Podcast recently flashed back to his final season with the team — 1980 — and a game where DeBerg had to have a speaker system strapped to his back so his offensive teammates could hear him.

This just might be the most interesting thing you watch today (h/t to Patrick Tulini).






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