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Oct 17, 2020 at 6:40 PM--


On Wednesday, Mike McGlinchey responded to his critics—"armchair quarterbacks," he called them—in no uncertain terms.
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'I'm really frustrated by the loss': Nick Mullens feels 49ers can still win games down the stretch

By David Bonilla
Nov 15, 2020

The San Francisco 49ers lost their third consecutive game and sixth of the season. The team heads into its much-needed bye week, hoping to rest and recover — maybe get some players back on the other end. The latest loss came at the hands of the New Orleans Saints, who knocked off the visiting 49ers 27-13. After the game, reporters asked quarterback Nick Mullens about the locker room's mood as the season seemingly continues to spiral downward. "Right now, I'm really frustrated by the loss," Mullens said via Zoom. "I feel like we really could have done some special things out there. But we've got a resilient group. We've got a bye week. We've got six games left. And I feel like we can win games. We can win a lot of games. "We've just got to play

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Film From the Field House: Suggested Improvements and Evaluations for the 49ers

By Bret Rumbeck
Nov 21, 2020

Nobody likes the always-the-victim mentality. We all know that person and his/her endless tales of woe, discord, and pain. The San Francisco 49ers are not complaining, but they are the unfortunate victim of the never-ending fallout of this rotten year. Indeed, the New York Jets are winless, but the 49ers had the potential to dominate the NFC again this year. As they tormented Odysseus, the fates felt it necessary for the men in scarlet red and gold to suffer. The amount of misfortune that's happened to the 49ers has been entirely out of their control. They cannot control a sticky artificial surface any more than they can prevent a rogue defensive lineman rolling up on quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo's foot. There is an upside to the misery.

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Film From the Field House: Scripting the San Francisco 49ers' Opening Offense Against the Los Angeles Rams

By Bret Rumbeck
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The San Francisco 49ers are coming off a late-season bye week and still have an outside shot at the playoffs. It's a strange thing to type, considering the men wearing the intersecting letters on their helmets do not resemble a real threat to any opponent. Yet, the 49ers have shown some fight. Against the New Orleans Saints, the 49ers opened the game dominating on both sides of the ball. The offense held the ball for 13:39 minutes, running 23 plays for 83 yards. On the flip side, the 49ers' defense held the Saints to 8 yards in the first quarter. Overall, the defense kept two Saints quarterbacks under 150 yards throwing, and the Saints rush game to 114 yards. Unfortunately, these are small diamonds buried in a constant shovel load of dung. The 49ers

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