Mutiny in New York? Sports media scorches 'terrible' Giants after 49ers loss

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Now, they are the only team with a zero in the win column.

"Ben McAdoo is our head coach and has our support", the co-owners said in a statement. Hopefully we can go ahead and turn it around to be competitive, compete - it's sad that I'm sitting here talking about us competing in games instead of talking about winning.

"Not everybody sees what we see in the locker room", Staley said. But despite the hard start to Sunday, Goodwin still had a football game to play.

The New Orleans Saints finally appear to be built to win outside, and in poor weather conditions, which could be vital as we head into the winter stretch of the National Football League schedule.

Vote in the poll above then head to the comments section to give us your take. I was real happy for them. But that changed quickly when the 49ers got "hot" in the second quarter.

"Yeah, it's disappointing, but we just have to - we're in this situation, we're the reason we're in it, so we just have to keep working, compete every week and expect to win every week". Throughout the first half, Beathard was almost flawless, completing 13 of 16 passes for 198 yards, two touchdowns and a 157.8 passer rating.


Much was made of the fact that beloved Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was active for the first time in 672 days on Sunday as his team took on the Washington Redskins. So the focus moves to the players, plenty of whom have big contracts and have underperformed. There are some huge decisions coming up for the Giants. That was also Beathard's longest touchdown pass of his career.

A strong running attack and a growing defense were evident on Sunday night as the Saints rolled into Buffalo and rushed for 298 yards and a franchise record six touchdowns on their way to a 47-10 demolition of the Bills. Peterson had 159 rushing yards the previous week against the 49ers. "Mainly the quarterback, but also the O-Line, the receivers and the backs". Ronald Blair III posted a two sack game, one of which resulted in a fumble that Eric Reid recovered. "To have them still out there going like that with how many we've lost in a row, that's what gave us a chance to win today".

From now on this season, every time a Giants defender shies away from contact, it will be seen as an indicator they're tanking the season. "It's a worthless practice unless you get to the point where you just can't look at the coach anymore or he's just such a negative and such a downer that he just brings everybody down".

FINAL: The @49ers earn their first win of 2017!

Justin Pugh played half a game in his return from a sore back and may miss an even more extended period after aggravating it Sunday.

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