Many fans want the 49ers to lose a better draft pick, but victory is victory. If the team wants a player, they will trade for him. The mood after the victory is distinct from the loss. It’s great that George Kittle is back, and CJ Beathard should be honored for keeping the offense within the scheduled time.
49ers vs. Cardinals-Game Review-December 26, 2020
Shanahan said: “We are not proud of our record, we want to be better, but this does not tell the story of who we are.”
For Beathard, the past 1
Wilson said: “That’s why people don’t mind breaking their necks for him.”
Beathard performed poorly on Saturday but avoided major mistakes. He completed 13 of 22 passes for 182 yards. Wilson got a hard yard on the ground and the 49ers made two important defenses at the end of the fourth quarter, including Ahkello Witherspoon intercepting in the end zone. Kyler Murray passed the ball.
“I think CJ’s performance is great,” Shanahan said. “I thought he played some in the passing game, some in the penalty area… It was just his leader, that guy was attracted by him.”
The third string of QB Beathard threw 3 TDs, 49 people shocked the Cardinal
After a touchdown, San Francisco’s Robbie Gould missed a key bonus point, which allowed it to maintain a single game at 20-12. He also missed a 37-yard field goal attempt at 1:05. But the 49ers overcame these mistakes and persevered.
The Cardinals had an encouraging opening opportunity, stuck in the quagmire in the red zone, and ended up leading 3-0 after Mike Nugent’s 27-yard field goal. For Arizona, this is a common theme. It sometimes moves the ball, but it can’t make a big enough ball on the court.
“Our execution was not as good as expected,” said Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury. “I didn’t do my best to make a good show. Give them a lot of honor because I think their hard work and execution are extraordinary.”
At the end of the first quarter, San Francisco’s 21-yard pass from Beathard to Wilson took a 7-3 lead, and the 49ers took a 7-6 lead in the half.
How did the cardinal lose to the 49ers?Let’s count
The day after Christmas, the Arizona Cardinals had a chance to prove their playoff value.
Instead, they showed that they were obviously not, in a 20-12 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in an afternoon…
- The defense makes Jeffery Wilson Jr. look like an all-professional player, and quarterback CJ Beathard seems to be more than just the third.
Wilson rushed for a total of 204 yards from the melee, of which 183 yards rushed for 22 carry, and the other rushed for 21 games for touchdowns. In many cases, he just has open space to run.
Beathard completed 13 of 22 passes for 187 yards (14.0 per pass), and the passer scored 125.4.
In total, the 49ers had 7 games with 21 yards or more, and another 10 goals over 10 yards. They scored 398 yards in only 55 games, an average of 7.2 yards.
- The offense hardly appeared. The Cardinals performed very cruelly in the starting game, ran 30 strokes for a total of 67 yards. This includes an extraordinary 16, where the code number is zero or negative.
George Kittel says he is happy to defeat the Cardinal and help the Bears
The reporter asked Kittel what he thought of the 49ers’ thoughts on Saturday’s playoff substitution. The tension in San Francisco did not stop him from answering.
“I would say this: I grew up a Bears fan, and the fact that we helped Bears made me happy. Big Bear!” He said, this was provided by 49ers reporter Cam Inman.
Cardinals fans are not satisfied with Kittel’s comments. But of course Arizona is underperforming and unable to win.
Kyler Murray was under fire throughout the afternoon because he ended the day with the worst performance of the year. The young Cardinals quarterback shot for 245 yards and was intercepted while crawling on the ground for another 75 yards. For most of the day, he looked uncomfortable, which was not good for Arizona.
After the offensive reorganization led by Mitch-Trubisky, the Bears should be in good shape on Sunday. The victory of the Jaguars put Chicago firmly into the driving seat of the playoffs.
George Kittle might cheer the Bears on the couch to get the job done.
The tears of Achilles reported by Quan Jun may affect the 49ers’ draft picks
However, Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer reported in November that the conditions for the pick were unusual. Under normal circumstances, conditions will cause the draft pick to rise by one or two rounds in the same draft year, but Blair believes that if Alexander and the Saints reach a certain playing time benchmark, the 49ers could have won the fifth round of the 2021 draft. right.
It is not yet clear how long the 2021 draft picks will convey the compensation requirements, but because Alexander missed the last game of the season, he may not have reached the threshold.
Alexander played in the seventh game against the Saints on Friday, so he probably met the requirements. It is speculated that the 49ers and Saints will announce in the next few weeks that the draft rights will be retained in 2022 or raised to 2021.
But for now, the most concern is Alexander’s health. As he recovers from Achilles injury, he may miss part or all of the 2021 NFL season.