him to pass any longer. Sadly, the national media will fake debate subsequent week if he’s capable of passing the 49ers to victory (see: the way an excessive amount of regular-season evidence that he can). Why tempt fate and pass more when the Vikings’ best threat is their edge rushers? Kendrick Bourne (touchdown, third-down
conversions) had the simplest playoff debut of all offensive players.
Deebo Samuel, still a beast. George Kittle had a season-low 16 yards
which reflect the sweetness of this team to win in other ways than
force throws to their offensive catalyst.
KURTENBACH: This was vintage early-season 49ers defense
(Anda Chu/Bay Area News Group)
RUN OFFENSE: A+
Whoa, 47 carries?! that’s a franchise record for a game. The 49ers’ first game since the 2013 NFC Championship Game brought with it a surprise 100-yard rusher: Tevin Coleman. He ran hard, especially at the top and within the red zone. Coleman had a season-high 22 carries for 105 yards and two touchdowns, after only one TD in his previous nine games. With 58 timely yards, Raheem Mostert (more on him below) averaged 4.8 yards per carrying like Coleman, neither of whom broke a run longer than 11 yards. Matt Breida had just 17 carries on eight yards, and most concerning is his late-game fumble, three games after fumbling twice against Atlanta.
To see the rest of the news from here https://www.mercurynews.com/2020/01/12/49ers-report-card-how-historically-dominant-was-path-to-nfc-title-game/
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