Purdy Learns, Shanahan Guides: 49ers’ Reflection on Tough Game

Pury chalks up rough Ravens performance as ‘learning experience’

“Because the Niners have never been in this situation under Purdy, it was a new scenario for him. Even with a lot of time left on the clock, Purdy said he struggled internally to try to get back into the game. plays, but also worried. about to turn it again. “It’s not just about being in the right frame of mind as a quarterback, having an aggressive trigger that makes the throw a big play, but also, shoot, you don’t want to turn the ball over again,” Purdy said. “It’s a sad state of mind. But it’s a learning experience when we go back and say that every play has its own life. You have to take it one game at a time and not try to win the game with a few big plays. And when I think about it, I just wasn’t in the right mood towards the end when we tried to come back to it. So it’s a learning experience.”……Shanahan watched the game again with Purdy on Tuesday and discussed where he could be better. Shanahan and Purdy discussed why each turnover occurred, but Shanahan also told his quarterback that the tape showed the player making a rough play with regular practice points, like every other week.

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Williams acknowledged, however, that injections are usually “one-time events.” “It’s going to happen,” Williams said. “It goes away. It heals. You live happily ever after.” If so, why did Purdy get two spikes in nine days? According to Williams, it is “possible but unlikely” that Purdy had an anatomical change, an enlargement of the muscle, that made him more vulnerable to injury. However, it is more likely that Purdy did not fully recover from his first injection, even though he had no symptoms. “Sometimes people can recover clinically,” Williams said. “They feel better. You try them. Everything feels better. But physiologically, the nerve is still somewhat recovered. It may still not be completely normal, even if we are not able to detect dysfunction during an examination or if the person is not aware of ongoing dysfunction. So it may have been subclinical, but still at risk.”

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“I think Kyle did a really good job in the team meeting and put it to sleep and we’ll keep going,” Bosa said. “I think when you look at it, there are a lot of silver linings. And with a team like this, the way we’ve bounced back in the past and how mature a group we are, it can benefit us. Bosa pointed to the 49ers’ ability to keep the game tied at halftime despite three turnovers, as well as forcing the Ravens to settle for three field goals on six drives deep into the red zone. “I don’t think we needed a wake-up call, but I think you learn from all your experiences and I think it just underscores the fact that we have to stay in the moment,” Bosa said.

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“Jacoby, he knows how to run the game,” Young said. “He knows how not to lose a game. He’s been in the league for many years, so he knows how to play that position very well.


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