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Kristopher Love | 14 November, 2017, 04:06

"There's no way anything you guys hear reported could be accurate because I just told you guys our plan, which is we're going to evaluate when it gets to that time, so it depends where Jimmy is at at that time", Shanahan said.

"Not everybody sees what we see in the locker room", Staley said. These are the Giants, a team that was picked by some experts to reach the Super Bowl this season.

While sacks aren't the only indication of a unit's ability to generate pressure, NY only has 13, tied for worst in the league; they've allowed 35 plays of 20 or more yards and nine plays of 40 or more yards, again in the bottom quarter of all teams. That kind of logic is beyond laughable and if that's the mindset of Kyle Shanahan, I'd have to seriously question his sanity. "Doing some good things, in the first half I thought we came out well and moved the ball well and the second half just didn't execute well enough".

Following a 31-21 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, a defiant McAdoo insisted there was no "situation" as it related to his job security, and he obviously turned out to be correct despite some lingering reports to the contrary. I was real happy for them.

That 83-yard TD was the turning point in the game that busted the 49ers out of their 0-9 start, but it probably won't be what Goodwin remembers about this day.

Snapshot: Quarterback Russell Wilson was sacked five times but finished 22-of-32 for 238 yards passing and two touchdowns. From veterans like Joe Staley all the way to rookies like Kendrick Bourne, it was obvious that their first victory of 2017 carried serious weight. "Everything we should have done, I felt we did not do it". But it was stand-in quarterback Case Keenum who stole the show in a 38-30 win. They have seven weeks to do it, and time is ticking.

"We are in the midst of an extremely disappointing season", the owners said in the statement. San Francisco rolled up 474 yards of total offense. Matt Breida chipped in with nine carries for 55 yards and his first-career rushing touchdown.

The Browns were a lot more competitive on Sunday than in past weeks, but they still did not get the win. "You make them defend the whole field and you put guys in more of an advantageous (position)". It was tough work to get our first win and we got it. They outplayed us today. "I hope this can make us better through adversity".

Numerous players said Sunday it's not their coach that is to blame.

Injury Update: Standout guard Rodger Saffold left the game with an ankle injury and didn't return, but McVay said it's not serious.