Photos And Notes From San Francisco 49ers 10-6 Loss To Denver Broncos

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49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick hands off the ball to running back LaMichael James  during the first quarter.

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  • loverpoint

    #1 Goodwin will start.
    #2 Ian Williams showed he is the real thing, or the best thing the 49ers have right now .
    #3 Both Tolzien and McCoy sucked.
    #4 A.J. Jenkins is living in a fantasy world where he thinks he is doing just fine.
    #5 Although Whilhoit was clearly the best backup ILB the 49ers have, that is not very good.
    #6 Boldin, Collie, Moore, Williams, Lockette, Osgood are the top 6 active WR’s as of 8/09/13.
    #7 Asomugha looked good despite rumors.
    #8 Dawson must correct the tendency to kick to the left. Akers had he same problem last year. Set up on the right hash marks.
    #9 Vance Johnson is making the same receiving errors he made in college. He takes his eyes of the ball on short easy passes, this is known as running with the ball before you catch it.
    #10 Lemonier pass rushes better than he defends against the run to his side.

    • mauiblizzard

      couldn’t agree more with loverpoint about the recievers.
      When Collie is healthy he wreaks havoc on opposings DB’s and LB’s. He always gets open, and is at his best in the red zone. I cant believe some of the idiots who have him at on the cut list, with like 8 WR’s ahead of him. Ill give them the benefit of the doubt and assume they are doing that solely based upon Collies knack for getting his bell rung/concussions. Cant deny that he is a medical gamble, but when healthy, he blows all those other dudes away with the exception of Boldin

  • stremberth

    watch tolzien if he gets reps with the number ones. might not be kaep, but he did pretty darn good with a very weak number 2 O Line and receivers who looked lost in the middle of their routes. look at Jacobs in tolziens INT, he was lost and didn’t know where to turn…..why do you think keep doesn’t play with the number 2s, he would get hurt like McCoy did and tolzien would if he wasn’t so tough.