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Blaine Gabbert on 49ers locker room: “Nobody’s pointing fingers”

Oct 2, 2016 at 5:13 PM--


San Francisco 49ers quarterback Blaine Gabbert spoke to the media about the team's locker room following their 24-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. He touched on how good the team's locker room is and how the team has not given up.

"We've got a competitive group of guys," Gabbert said. "The guys in that locker room fought to the end and that's why that locker room is so great. Nobody's given up. Nobody's pointing fingers. We're all in this together and like I've always said, the beautiful thing about the NFL is you've got a game next week and we just happen to have one on Thursday night. So, we're going to watch this film as quickly as possible and start our preparation on Arizona."

Gabbert finished the game 16 of 23 for 196 yards, a touchdown, and a costly interception. The 49ers face the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday, October 6 at Levi's Stadium. Kickoff is at 5:25 p.m.





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