49ers Top Plays Continued
49ers’ rookie LEO Pita Taumoepenu — who shined in the fourth quarter — cuts inside the right tackle and sacks quarterback Kyle Sloter:
Tartt reads the play and fights through blockers to make the tackle:
Taumoepenu’s second sack of the game is prevented by the holding penalty:
For those of us who stayed up until the end, wide receiver Victor Bolden Jr. makes his case for the 49ers’ sixth wide receiver spot with this 104-yard kickoff return touchdown:
Defensive tackle Leger Douzable sneaks by his man and meets running back Stevan Ridley five yards into the backfield:
Taumoepenu again gets into the backfield, then hustles back to help with the tackle:
San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan was less than pleased after the Niners’ loss on Saturday, but on Sunday admitted, “When I [watched] the tape, it wasn’t quite as bad as it felt,” — and I agree.
The 49ers had their share of standout players and plays on Saturday, but definitely have a lot to work on over the following week. Hopefully for Shanahan, Preseason Week 3 will look and feel a lot better than Preseason Week 2.