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49ers-Rams: Baldy calls Richard Sherman a ‘professional thief,’ also breaks down Javon Kinlaw pick-6

Nov 30, 2020 at 9:07 AM--


NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger broke down several plays from the San Francisco 49ers' 23-20 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. Among them were two key plays in the game — the two interceptions by quarterback Jared Goff. One was hauled in by cornerback Richard Sherman, who played in his first game since Week 1. The other was snagged by rookie defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw, who scampered into the end zone during the play.

Below is Baldy's breakdown of Kinlaw's pick and touchdown. The analyst loved the convoy of 49ers players guiding the rookie in.


"That was just great to see," defensive lineman Kerry Hyder told reporters after the game. "JK has been working his butt off all year, and to see him get into the end zone -- defensive players, especially defensive linemen, try their whole career to get into the end zone, so I'm just super excited for him. That was a great thing he had today."

Baldy called Sherman a "professional thief" while evaluating his interception.


"[Jimmie Ward] covered the heck out of his man and made it possible because Jared had to put air on the ball, and he assumed we were in man coverage," Sherman said after the game. "... I peeled off late, old-school veteran, got to find the ball."

Here are some of Baldy's other breakdowns from the 49ers' upset win for all you film junkies.






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