Burn the movie about the game. This one stung. Of course, I'm talking about the 49ers' loss to the Seattle Seahawks at Levi's Stadium. There's something to take from this game. Most notably, the 49ers were crippled before the game even started.
This is a game that they had to win to keep up the pace, and now they have seven solid games staring at them. The road to the division becomes more difficult.
Seattle Seahawks (8-2)
I'll make my comments shorter on this one, as I'm still pondering this, but the Seahawks come out victorious. We ruin things over the course of days, but it's a bit less what you'd expect with the quirkiness that happens when a Pete Carol team comes out against the 49ers. If the 49ers were perfectly healthy (George Kittel, Emmanuel Sanders, Robbie Gould … er), I think it would be swinging differently. Unfortunately, they all had to go down before or during the game, even to the playing field. I know, a total shocker.
Regardless, the 49ers couldn't catch a cold and win until the better team won the night. So now the Seahawks are 8-2 and squeeze in the 49ers.
I had a rental here, I would have continued, but I just thought better ̵
The Rams have a struggling offensive line. Do you know what the cure is for this? Rear corner. I think that's what the trade for Jalen Ramsey thought. Anyway, when Jared Goff does things with Jared Goff and then Aries tries Blake Borts, you would think something would happen. But no, they returned to Borts almost immediately. They lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The loss takes them back a few games and it's hard to see them coming back to the playoffs.
There were a lot of oddities in this game. Bortles first of all, but what about Todd Gurley? Why do you pay him that money if he doesn't return the function?
If we learn something from Andrew Luck's retirement, turning your quarterback into an offensive line before they turn 30 is a good way to get them to play after they turn 30.
Going into the bookers at Tampa Bay, the Cardinals had a fun game of football, but came up short. Considering that this is the former team of Buchanan coach Bruce Arians, you knew there were some fireworks coming. Kyler Murray had a decent outing, passing 27 for 44, 324 yards with three touchdowns and one interception. The real star of the show was wide receiver Christian Kirk, who won your fantasy league that weekend if you started it; 138 yards, three sensors. Good lord.
It was still not enough against the Buccaneers' game, as they managed to punch it twice and put a 30-27 loss. Still a fun game. It looks like the Cardinals' recovery may end up. They just need players.
But this year?
Another big-impact game is on the horizon as the Arizona Cardinals travel to pick up the 49ers for Round 2. Thank God it's not a Thursday night game. And maybe the 49ers can catch the ball. We will see. This quickly became a must-play for the 49ers, but again: catch the ball.
The Rams will host the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football . Just what everyone wants a skilful offense / good defense against once a good offense and struggling defense. It's too late to unfold it, so find something else to do tonight.
And the Seahawks have to go on. As some teams have no buy-in during week 4. The Seahawks are one of them.
1st: San Francisco 49ers; Next: Arizona Cardinals
2nd: Seattle Seahawks; Next: BYE
3rd: Los Angeles Aries; Next: Chicago Bears
4th: Arizona Cardinals ; Next: In San Francisco 49ers