San Francisco had several key opportunities to win Sunday’s game, but couldn’t capitalize. The 49ers had three turnovers and allowed 14 points on those giveaways. After three impressive performances, left tackle Trent Williams had a tough outing, allowing a sack and several quarterback presses. The San Francisco O-line battled the Eagles, allowing five sacks on the night.
“I thought overall the whole offense struggled a bit when we got it going,” said Kyle Shanahan. “It was really a weak link in every game that got us in bad shape and cost us a few records. So I expect him to do better and I expect us all to do better. ”
For the second week in a row, the first round Javon Kinlaw recorded a deflected pass. The rookie got his wingspan of 83 6/8 on a pass from Carson Wentz that landed in the hands of the linebacker. Azeez Al-Shaair. Al-Shaair intervened for Dr Greenlaw last week, who missed his second game in a row with a quadriceps injury.
Wentz has now thrown seven interceptions in four games.
George Kittle has made his comeback after missing the last two games with a knee injury and certainly didn’t disappoint. The tight end was almost perfect that day, amassing 15 of his 16 targets Sunday for 183 yards and a touchdown. His only fall came when the 49ers failed the 2-point conversion as the ball slipped through the tight end’s hands.
Kittle now has 3,172 career yards in his 47th game in the NFL. He equalizes Rob Gronkowski for third to reach 3,000 yards by a tight end in NFL history, behind only Mike Ditka and Kellen Winslow (45 games).
Brandon Aiyuk came in on a rolling touchdown. Aiyuk took a 38-yard full-back and faced Eagles safety Marcus Epps en route to the end zone. The play quickly gained momentum on social media. Aiyuk has been targeted five times and caught two receptions for 18 yards to add to his career touchdown.