49ers vs Giants: Fast Facts

Oct 12, 2015 at 8:17 AM--


San Francisco 49ers fans are likely waking up Monday morning hoping to forget about last night's heartbreaking 30-27 loss to the New York Giants. It was a loss that knocked the 49ers down to 1-4, the worst record among NFC West teams.

QB Colin Kaepernick, being optimistic about the season, says the 49ers still have an opportunity to go 12-4 this season. Of course, this loss was the 49ers' fourth straight following their season opening victory against the Minnesota Vikings.

Pro Football Focus rated 49ers C Marcus Martin (-5.8) as the worst center during Week 5. Here are some other fast facts from various sources following last night's loss.















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