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C.J. Beathard shined in the 49ers Week 4 (liny195)
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 19, 2019 9:38 am (написано за 10 секунд)
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loss amidst injuries San Francisco 49ers Hoodie (www.authenticssanfrancisco49ers.com/cheap-hoodie) , miscues around him There’s plenty of blame to go around in the San Francisco 49ers’ loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Most of which can get passed around in the defensive meetings (READ: Tackling). One person that shouldn’t shoulder any of this blame is C.J. Beathard. Until the last drive of the first half, C.J. Beathard hovered around a 70 percent completion percentage. He finished his day with a 298 yards, a 62.2 completion rate with two touchdowns to two interceptions and a gazillion hits/pressures. Beathard, for all intents and purposes didn’t look bad. At all. Now, he’s no Jimmy Garoppolo, but there’s not much more Beathard could do on Sunday. One of his interceptions was a egregious drop by Garrett Celek.If caught, it could have been a touchdown depending on how much drive Celek could mount on the ensuing hit. The other was a hit as he threw the ball in the face of a nasty blitz that wound up in a defensive lineman’s hands. If you want to argue the second one, go ahead, but both of those were not ill-advised throws. In fact, beyond those two, the passes Beathard threw were in windows and in places only his receivers could get them. Well, that is if they could catch it. One pass sailed over a defender in triple coverage into the hands of George Kittle, but the tight end couldn’t haul it in (Kittle more than made up for this blunder through the day). Another pass bounced off the hands of Pierre just as he got hit. Beathard did a solid job evading pressure, and sacks we would have seen in 2017 didn’t happen. But oh man, did he still take a beating. 8 hits in the pocket, one sack. And we’re not even talking about plays nullified by penalties and hits taken on his scrambling adventures.The 49ers offensive line was decimated by injuries early Youth Customized San Francisco 49ers Jerseys (www.authenticssanfrancisco49ers.com/cheap-customized) , with left tackle Joe Staley going to the locker room from a knee injury, center Weston Richburg suffering an early injury he gutted through, and even rookie right tackle Mike McGlinchey getting off the field. No line is going to hold up with that kind of injury turnover, and no quarterback not named Russell Wilson is staying upright. As one might expect, the line was porous with Beathard getting the ball out quickly and getting pancaked once it was out of his hands. Many times this led to roughing the passer penalties on the Chargers, but those hits can slow down a quarterback, and one hit in the 4th quarter almost meant the end of Beathard’s day. While Beathard was getting clocked, and receivers weren’t catching the ball, Chargers running back Melvin Gordon shrugged off not one, not two, but three defenders for first downs (yes, this did in fact happen). He wasn’t the only one. There were some missed holding penalties for the Chargers offense to get going, but the 49ers defense continued to let the Chargers back into this game. Beathard managed to put up 20 points (not counting the seven spotted with the pick-six). What more do you need from him? And let’s not forget that brilliant 21-play, 72-yard drive. It ended in a field goal, but it didn’t end in an interception, did it?Sure www.49ersauthorizedshops.com , there were a few batted passes (the 4th quarter drives come to mind) but Beathard showed much improvement for his first start in 2018. Beyond improvement, Beathard’s own play didn’t cost the 49ers the game. The 49ers lost this game due to their injuries, offensive line issues, and defense—or lack thereof. There’s plenty of blame to go around for this—C.J. Beathard doesn’t deserve any of it. Terrell Owens came back to his roots to get his Hall of Fame ring.Owens was presented with the ring during a halftime ceremony during Thursday night's game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders.Owens spent the first eight seasons with the 49ers, establishing himself as one of the best players in the game during his tenure in San Francisco."This is awesome," Owens said before the game, while wearing his gold Hall of Fame jacket. "This is an opportunity to give something to the fans. Ever since I left in 2003 and went on and did some great things, but this is where it started my first eight years of my career."Owens was voted into the Hall of Fame earlier this year but skipped the induction ceremony in Canton, Ohio, to hold his own celebration at his college in Chattanooga, Tennessee.Owens said he was upset at the voters who made him wait three years for the honor, saying he believed they brought in off-field issues into their deliberations instead of focusing solely on what Owens did as a player."No regrets at all," Owens said about his decision to skip the ceremony. "If anybody knows who Terrell Owens is outside the media portrayal of me throughout the course of my career. They know what I did. I stand by what I did. ... When they tried to bring other things outside my body of work and my accomplishments, that was an issue for me. My stats spoke loudly. They spoke for themselves."Owens had a mostly sensational 15-year career playing for San Francisco, Philadelphia, Dallas San Francisco 49ers Womens T-Shirt (www.49ersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-t-shirts) , Buffalo and Cincinnati. He played eight years with the 49ers before bouncing around the league as he frequently wore out his welcome at all of his stops along the way.But he always produced, ranking second all-time to Jerry Rice in yards receiving (15,934) and third to Rice and Randy Moss with 153 touchdown catches. He was a five-time All-Pro, a six-time Pro Bowl pick and one of the most entertaining players of his generation."I can't look back and say I would have done anything differently," he said. "I wanted to be a 49er for the rest of my career if that could happen, But not many people start and finish where they started. Look at Jerry (Rice), look at Joe Montana."Owens was part of eight playoff teams but only reached the Super Bowl once after joining the Eagles in 2004. He gave a heroic performance in Philadelphia's 24-21 loss to New England, catching nine passes for 122 yards after defying doctor's orders and returning to play on his surgically repaired ankle 6陆 weeks after an operation.Owens had many memorable moments in his career, but the one that stands out most for him from his time with the 49ers came in a playoff game Jan. 3, 1999, against Green Bay.After dropping several passes early in the game, Owens caught the game-winning 25-yard touchdown in the final seconds in a play dubbed "The Catch 2," as the sequel to Dwight Clark's game-winner in the 1981 NFC title game against Dallas.Owens then was selected an All-Pro for the first time the following season."That was a big catalyst for my career," he said. "For me to come up with a big play at that particular time was monumental, very key for the development of me. It helped my confidence."
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