Sad News : we love him…Get Well Soon…49ers Key Player Currently Sick In The Hospital Bed Now…

Sad News : we love him…Get Well Soon…49ers Key Player Currently Sick In The Hospital Bed Now…

The toughest decisions of Week 18 for San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan will be made well before the game, when he decides whether one of his star players will get a week off for the postseason.The 49ers are in that enviable position after beating Washington 27-10 on Sunday and watching Arizona upset Philadelphia and take first place from San Francisco.

This bye was easier to win than four years ago, when Dre Greenlaw’s first touchdown led to a win in Seattle that gave the Niners the No. 1 seed.So this is the first time as a head coach that Shanahan went into the playoffs in the final game of the regular season with nothing on the line.

When you give the boys a game, also practice the changes. It can hurt men a lot and you just develop bad habits, andquot; he said. I’ve seen that cost a lot of teams.


In addition, it allows some men to recover. Several injured players, especially star running back Christian McCaffrey, will take advantage of the situation and rest before San Francisco’s playoff finale at home in the divisional round on January 20 or 21.But he hasn’t decided whether key players like quarterback Brock Purdy, left tackle Trent Williams, wide receiver Nick Bosa or quarterback Deebo Samuel will also get a week off.But whatever, they’re all headed to a wild card weekend thanks to a loss to Washington that followed a home loss to Baltimore on Christmas Eve.andquot;Gi#039;is huge only for our bodies and for rest and healing, Purdy said.

We have a lot of guys on our team that have given so much every week to this season. And getting a little break is huge. After a week of meeting, we really didn’t have one. So, this part of the season, every team and#039; survived it, but to be able to get a one seed and get kids healthy for the playoffs is huge for us.andquot;Purdy responded well to his four-interception game against the Ravens.

He went 22-for-28 for 230 yards, two touchdowns and no touchdowns against Commander. He also set a single-season franchise record with 4,280 yards, surpassing Jeff Garcia’s 4,278 in 2000. The 49ers got a field goal on the opening drive, giving them a league-best 69 points in the first game of the season. San Francisco scored nine TDs and two scores on its first drive of the game.

The only teams since at least 2000 to score more points in the opening round are the 2020 Packers (73 points) and the 2007 Patriots (71).WHAT NEEDS HELPPoints are coming back. San Francisco struggled in that area as Ray-Ray McCloud suffered a rib injury. Rookie Ronnie Bell returned the punt 16 yards for Washington’s first score. But he didn’t catch the second one either, going 20 yards for 55 yards, and on the second return, he was not scored.

McCloud will return to practice this week and could be ready for the playoffs.STOCKSRB Elijah Mitchell. With McCaffrey handling most of the rushing load, Mitchell once again looked like the player to set the franchise rushing record in 2021.

Mitchell had 17 carries for 80 yards and his first TD of the season.IN STOCKDT Javon Kinlaw. The 2020 first-round pick was given more responsibility with Arik Armstead injured, but struggled to make an impact. He had no pressure on Sunday and was pushed around in the run game.

INJURYMcCaffrey will miss this week and this game with a mild calf strain, but should be back for the playoff finale. … CB Ambry Thomas will undergo surgery on a broken arm and is likely to return for the playoff finale. … Defensive tackle Arik Armstead (foot, knee), strained Ross Dwelly (ankle) and safety Jiand#039;Ayir Brown (knee) will miss this week to allow more time to recover. … Receiver Jauan Jenning and offensive lineman Jaylon Moore remain in the concussion protocol.Key Number10 — This is a record 10th time the 49ers have earned the No. 1 seed since seeding began in 1975.

The Niners have won four of their five Super Bowls with the top seed and made it for the fifth time. in 2019 before losing to Kansas City. The only time San Francisco did not win a playoff game while ranked #1 was in 1987 when they lost to Minnesota 36-24..

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