@IamKdiddy reacts to the seattle loss:
@IamKdiddy reacts to the seattle loss:
DALLAS COWBOYS (2-1) AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (1-2)
REGULAR SEASON SERIES
|STREAKS||3 of last 4|
|COACHES VS. OPP.||Jason Garrett: 1-1||Chip Kelly: 3-3|
|LAST WEEK||W 31-17 vs. Chicago||L 37-18 at Seattle|
|LAST GAME||9/7/14: 49ers 28 at Cowboys 17. San Francisco QB Colin Kaepernick passes for 201 yards & 2 TDs. 49ers TE Vernon Davis has 2 TD catches.|
|LAST GAME AT SITE||9/18/11: Cowboys 27, 49ers 24. Dallas QB Tony Romo throws for 345 yards & 2 TDs. Cowboys WR Miles Austin has 9 receptions for 143 yards & 3 TDs.|
|BROADCAST||FOX (4:25 PM ET): Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Erin Andrews (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 82 (Dal), 81 (SF). XM: 82 (Dal), 81 (SF).|
|PASSING||Dak Prescott (R): 66-99-767-1-0-93.3||Blaine Gabbert: 53-96-532-3-3-68.6|
|RUSHING||Ezekiel Elliott (R): 71-274 (3L)-3.9-2||Carlos Hyde: 58-225-3.9-4 (T1L)|
|RECEIVING||Cole Beasley: 20-213-10.7-0||Jeremy Kerley: 12-114-9.5-0|
|SACKS||4 tied: 1||Ahmad Brooks: 2|
|INTs||Brandon Carr, Barry Church: 1||4 tied: 1|
|PUNTING||Chris Jones: 47.7||Bradley Pinion: 45.5|
|KICKING||Dan Bailey: 29 (8/8 PAT; 7/8 FG)||Phil Dawson: 17 (8/8 PAT; 3/4 FG)|
COWBOYS: Rookie QB DAK PRESCOTT completed 19 of 24 passes (79.2 pct.) for 248 yards with TD for 123.6 rating last week. Added rush TD…Rookie RB EZEKIEL ELLIOTT rushed for 140 yards in Week 3, 1st career 100+ yard game. Has rush TD in 2 of 1st 3 career games. RB ALFRED MORRIS aims for 3rd in row with rush TD. Rushed for 125 yards & TD in last meeting (11/23/14 with Was). RB LANCE DUNBAR had 1st career rush TD in Week 3… WR COLE BEASLEY had 7 receptions for 73 yards in Week 3. Aims for 5th in row with 5+ catches. WR DEZ BRYANT had TD catch last week. Since 2011, has 54 rec. TDs, 2nd most in NFL. WR TERRANCE WILLIAMS had TD catch in last meeting. TE JASON WITTEN had 7 receptions for 102 yards in last game at SF…DE BENSON MAYOWA had sack in only career meeting (12/7/14 with Oak). LB SEAN LEE leads team with 25 tackles this season. Has 12 INTs since entering NFL in 2010, tied most by LB (LUKE KUECHLY). S BARRY CHURCH has 7+ tackles in 6 of past 7. S BYRON JONES had FF last week…49ERS: QB BLAINE GABBERT averaging 284.3 pass yards per game in past 4 at home…RB CARLOS HYDE rushed for 103 yards & 2 TDs last week. Rushed for 50 yards & TD in last meeting. Has 4 TDs in past 3…WR TORREY SMITH had TD catch in only career meeting (10/14/12 with Bal). …DL GLENN DORSEY had sack in Week 3. LB NICK BELLORE had INT last week. LB NAVORRO BOWMAN had 7 tackles & FF last week. Had 11 tackles & PD in last meeting (9/18/11). Leads team with 27 tackles this season. LB AHMAD BROOKS had sack in Week 3. Had sack in last meeting. Has 4 sacks in past 5 at home. LB GERALD HODGES has 10+ tackles in 2 of past 3 at home. S ERIC REID led team with 12 tackles last week. Had INT in last meeting. DB JIMMIE WARD aims for 6th in row at home with PD.
49ers coach Chip Kelly said on Monday that quarterback Colin Kaepernick is not physically ready to be the team’s starter, but he is still the 49ers’ backup, Matt Maiocco of CSN Bayarea reports.
“Kap is our No. 2 right now and everybody wants to know why Kap isn’t our No. 1. I don’t think Kap is 100 percent right now.”
Kaepernick lost significant weight during the offseason while rehabbing from surgeries to his left shoulder, right thumb and left knee. He has continued to slowly regain his strength, but is not back up to his 225 playing weight of the past, Kelly said.
While Kelly said he does not believe Kaepernick is all the way back physically, he said he is strong enough to serve as Blaine Gabbert’s backup.
“I don’t think he’s ready to go full-time,” Kelly said. “He’s continuing to work on it. I think he’s over there right now. And, Kap will be the first to tell you, if you guys have been around here before, I think his playing weight has been around 225 and he’s not at that right now.
“So he’s going out there and continuing to work, continuing to get better. He had a serious layoff in times in terms of being able to medical rehab. To get the full Kap for what you need, the potential that he has, he needs to continue to just work on the physical aspect of things.”
Offensive tackle Anthony Davis, whose NFL comeback wobbled two days before the 49ers’ season opener, retired on Monday for the second time in 15 months, Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports.
Davis, 26, abruptly left the game last year and sat out the 2015 season for health reasons. He returned for the most recent training camp seemingly reinvigorated and ready to resume his career. But he had second thoughts on the eve of the 49ers’ first game against the Rams and then, according to the team, suffered a concussion in practice a few days later. Reporters did not witness the injury because the full sessions are not open to the media
Davis hadn’t practiced or been in uniform since then.
The 49ers’ starting tackles are Joe Staley on the left and Trent Brown on the right. The offensive line has allowed only two sacks this year — tied with the Raiders and Jets for fewest so far — after giving up an NFC-worst 53 sacks a year ago.
Russell Wilson is already dealing with more injuries in the first three weeks of the 2016 season than the first four years of his career.
This time, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback got lucky.
Wilson threw for 243 yards and a touchdown before suffering a left knee injury and the Seattle Seahawks rolled to a 37-18 rout of the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
Wilson was injured with about 10 minutes to go in the third quarter getting pulled down awkwardly on a sack by San Francisco’s Eli Harold.
Harold was called for a horse collar penalty, but the bigger concern was how he fell on Wilson’s left leg.
“Fortunate. I don’t think it’s as severe as it looked,” Wilson said.
Seattle coach Pete Carroll referred to the injury as a slight sprained knee and Wilson was set to undergo an MRI to verify the initial diagnosis.
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Here are today’s inactives for the 49’ers and Seahawks
Christian Ponder (QB)
DuJuan Harris (RB)
Tony Jerod-Eddie (DE)
Taylor Hart (DT)
Marcus Cromartie (CB)
Thomas Rawls (RB)
C.J. Prosise (RB)
Nick Vannett (TE)
Quinton Jefferson (DT)
Tyvis Powell (S)
This week we look ahead to the 49ers upcoming matchup with the Seahawks
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