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The 49ers will win/lose against the Lions if...

5 months 1 week ago #84 by liny195
liny195 created the topic: The 49ers will win/lose against the Lions if...
Last week Authentic Laken Tomlinson jersey , I said the 49ers offense needed a flawless execution of offense if they were going to successfully pull off a win against Minnesota. Given the points they left on the field, it looks like that was the right assessment. If they could have played tighter and not made some crucial mistakes (the George Kittle drop comes to mind) they may have walked out of Minnesota with a win. Of course, the collapsed right side of the offensive line had something to do with things, but 49ers could not achieve perfection. You need that against a team like the Vikings. Now the 49ers have the Lions. I can say with confidence the Lions are not the Vikings. After just one game where they lost to the New York Jets by 31 points, things are starting to get interesting with that locker room. Fortunately Youth Marquise Goodwin jersey , the 49ers offense isn’t the key in all of this, it’s the defense. The defense needs to get to Matthew Stafford. Here’show the 49ers will win/lose. The 49ers will win ifIt’s a combination of two things; the 49ers pass rush will need to show up and it will need to get Matthew Stafford to hand the secondary a few interceptions. The Lions offensive line is nothing to write home about, giving up 47 sacks in 2017. Despite the sack totals, Matthew Stafford still managed 29 touchdowns to 10 interceptions and a 65.7 percent completion rate. The 49ers will need to send the pressure with DeForest Buckner, then the secondary needs to capitalize. The Lions have nothing much for a running game which can be easily contained by the new and improved 49ers defensive line. The 49ers will lose ifMatthew Stafford has had fumbles and hits , but he also has an incredible completion percentage and low interception rate despite the fact his pockets broke down routinely. If the secondary cannot stay on receivers, the 49ers are in for a long day. Stafford is more than capable of getting the ball out before he goes down, and despite that he struggled against the Jets in Week 1, I’m not inclined to think he’s regressed just yet. The secondary needs to stay on their coverages and bat those passes away. If Stafford can complete those passes and get yardage. It’s all over. What do you think will be the reasons the 49ers will win/lose? Fooch’s update: Willis and Jackson met up to put together a video for Hyundai. Give it a watch here.It was not a pretty afternoon in Santa Clara. The Los Angeles Rams thoroughly pummeled the San Francisco 49ers in an ugly display. The 49ers looked like they might keep it competitive early in the game, but once again Earl Mitchell jersey , turnovers flipped this game. The Rams turned turnovers into points and it was a butt-whupping.There’s not much of anything positive to take from the game, but there was some positive 49ers-Rams engagement elsewhere in the Bay Area! It turns out, former Rams running back Steven Jackson was in town, and he hung out with former 49ers linebacker Patrick Willis. Willis posted a photo to Instagram showing him and Jackson at Crissy Field enjoying the afternoon.I don’t know if Jackson was just in town for the game or something else, but this is a fun photo. Willis is a favorite for all of us Authentic K'Waun Williams jersey , and Jackson was one of my favorite non-49ers throughout his playing career. He busted his butt for some bad Rams teams, and I loved seeing him and Willis squaring off.It was an ugly day today, but this put a smile on my face.

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