Another week, another loss for the San Francisco 49ers as they fall 20-10 to the Arizona Cardinals and drop to 0-9 on the season. Wash, rinse, repeat. Here are the full postgame grades and analysis from the matchup.
The number is 317. What does it mean? That is how many days it has been since the San Francisco 49ers last won an NFL game, when they beat the Los Angeles Rams 22-21 on Christmas Eve 2016.
That is not even the most absurd statistic from this dreadful stretch of football from the 49ers. You have to go all the way back to December 6, 2015 to find a San Francisco win that did not come against the Rams.
That means in the last 701 days, the 49ers have only beaten the Los Angeles Rams.
Safe to say it has been a rough period of play from San Francisco these past few years. The nightmare season continued this week for the current 49ers, as they lost their ninth straight game to open the 2017 season.
It was another lackluster offensive effort, as San Francisco could only muster 10 total points. Quarterback C.J. Beathard was absolutely hammered all game long, causing the rookie to be wildly inaccurate.
In all, it was a poor showing from the 49ers — which has started to become typical.
Here are the full grades and analysis from San Francisco’s Week 9 matchup.
*Editor’s note: all statistics gathered from ESPN.