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49ers Notebook: Snap counts vs. Giants, Kyle Nelson could be replaced, Baldy’s breakdowns

Sep 28, 2020 at 6:23 PM--


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49ers bringing in potential Kyle Nelson replacements


Kyle Nelson struggled on Sunday during the 49ers' 36-9 win over the New York Giants. It didn't cost San Francisco the victory, but that isn't to say that such mistakes might not continue down the stretch.

Nelson's snaps were all over the place, and offensive lineman Justin Skule eventually replaced him. Could the 49ers be looking to replace the team's longest-tenured current player?

"I know how down Kyle is. I knew how down he was," head coach Kyle Shanahan told reporters on Monday. "He just came up to me today and just apologized and stuff. It was an unfortunate game for him. Kyle's had an unbelievable career. He's been a great 49er. He's been a great teammate.

"I've loved Kyle in these three years that I've gotten to know him, and he's been great for us. So, I know it was a really bad day.

"I just told him that, you know, fortunately, it didn't cost us anything. It wasn't an issue in the game because of how the rest of the game went. We were able to still get a W, but he understands this business. He understands how the league works, and we're going to bring in some guys tomorrow, work them out. We'll see how they look, and then we'll decide what's the best for us going forward."

Baldy's 49ers vs. Giants breakdowns


NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger was back at it breaking down film and pointing out some exceptional work from the 49ers on Sunday.

You can find Baldy's breakdowns below. They include some more impressive play from the offensive line, running back Jerick McKinnon, and rookies Javon Kinlaw and Brandon Aiyuk.


49ers snap counts


Below are the 49ers snap counts against the Giants. These numbers are from NBC Sports Bay Area.

Offense

Defense

Special teams
  • Mitch Wishnowsky 16, Walker 16, Moore 16, Flannigan-Fowles 16, Webster 13, Harris 13, Dwelley 13, Mark Nzeocha 12, Armstead 12, Jones 12, Woerner 11, Hasty 11, Ward 11, Robbie Gould 10, Tomlinson 9, Brunskill 9, Skule 9, McKivitz 9, Kyle Nelson 8, McGlinchey 8, Tartt 8, Johnson 8, Pettis 5, Al-Shaair 5, Wilson 4, T.Taylor 3, Kinlaw 3, Jordan 3, Hroniss Grasu 1, T.Williams 1

Did not play
  • QB C.J. Beathard


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