Hello, bye: 49ers eager for much-needed break at season’s nadir

Nov 16, 2020 at 5:00 PM--


The 49ers' attrition has left them undermanned, exhausted and moving toward irrelevance when it comes to the NFC playoff picture. After a 27-13 loss to the Saints on Sunday, they entered the bye on a three-game losing streak that left them with a 4-6 record with a rugged road ahead: Four of their final six games will come against the Bills, Cardinals, Rams and Seahawks, who have a combined record of 25-12.
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