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Brian Baldinger breaks down the 49ers’ dismantling of the Rams

Nov 16, 2021 at 4:58 PM--


It's always fun to watch NFL Network analyst Brian Baldinger break down game film. It's even more fun to watch him break down game film of a San Francisco 49ers victory. What's the only thing that can top that? Baldinger offering his unique commentary on a 49ers win during a Monday nighter because it's the only game of the day, so you get the gift of so much more analysis.

Much to the delight of The Faithful, the 49ers delivered a 31-10 beatdown of the division-rival Los Angeles Rams at Levi's Stadium. Below is a collection of all of Baldinger's analysis from the game, shared via Twitter.


And we can't forget George Kittle's viral play that saw the All-Pro tight end, with some help from fullback Kyle Juszczyk, embarrass new Rams pass rusher Von Miller.


"I got a pancake on it," Kittle shared after the game. "And yes, it was an awesome play. Juszczyk helped me out a ton on that. We did that all night with all those motions and stuff. We had Juice doing it. We had Jeff Wilson doing it. We had Deebo [Samuel] doing it. We had Trent Sherfield doing it. So, just the fact that we can use all these guys that have a physical mindset, an aggressive mindset on those plays, it allows us to attack those outside edges when they have fantastic outside edge players."



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