Had the 49ers not dropped the ball seven times, they would likely not have lost 27-24 to the Seattle Seahawks.
The 49ers are not getting healthier. While it seemed like everything was lining up for some key returns, the injury bug has not dissipated in the slightest.
Another broken hand.
As if there wasn’t enough absurdity in the 49ers’ 27-24 Monday night loss to Seahawks, now even the legitimacy of the overtime coin toss is being thrown into question.
First ever Chase Center ejection.
Say the words “tails” out loud. Now say the word “heads” out loud. Now mumble both. Do they sound similar? NFL referee Alex Kemp seemed to think so on Monday night when the Seattle Seahawks and 49ers had their overtime coin toss.
Kendrick Bourne had a good day. Then, he had a very bad day. Then, he sort of redeemed himself… before un-redeeming himself yet again.
Yet one of the main storylines after the game was the five new players who are on that list, all of which were unable to return to Monday night’s surreal overtime loss.
That got ugly.
The story of this week was how the 49ers were about to return at least three of their key players in Mike McGlinchey, Joe Staley and Kyle Juszczyk.
He wants to be back.
He’s from the Bay Area.
Don’t tell Dre Greenlaw he’s made it. With Kwon Alexander’s season-ending pectoral tear, Greenlaw has instantly become the 49ers’ new starting weak side linebacker.