The 49ers were considered the best 0-6 team in the NFL until they played the #Cowboys. From the beginning of the game when Ezekiel Elliot started his 147 yards of total domination it was clear that the game was going to be one sided. The 49ers fanbase spotlights how the suddenly missing Navorro Bowman may have had something to do with a defense that was completely out of sync the entire game. Reuben Foster and Brock Coyle who took over the responsibilities of the all pro Bowman was not enough as the Cowboys running game tallied up 265 yards of brutal rushing yards.
It was as if Arik Armstead and Aaron Lynch who were also missing were some of the most important pieces of the 49ers front line defense.
Rashard Robinson was mentioned in just about every sentence from all those who called in today, and it wasn’t nutt'n nice. Every yard that Dez Bryant gained today was blamed on Rashard.
The few that Akhello Witherspoon yielded to Dez were chalked up mostly to his rookie status. Extremely angry 49ers are now demanding that John Lynch make the 49ers secondary a top priority in the offseason.
It’s hard to tell what 49ers fans are the most angry about between the offensive line and the secondary. 49ers fans are livid with both positional groups. On this day even “All pro Joe” Staley is being slammed for his performance.
Since the offensive line is being held fully responsible for the offensive failures, rookie Quarterback C.J. Beathard is mostly being excused for a day, that he seemed to be the bravest man on the field. C.J. went down 5 times on sacks that would have killed the average man. C.J. is given no blame because fans are mainly grateful that Brian Hoyer was not in the contest sitting out of harms way on the bench. What fans also want to know is how is it that both Garrett Celek and Carlos Hyde were missing defensive lineman sprinting right by them to cream C.J. Beathard on more than one occasion?
One of the biggest mysteries is also why did Kyle go away from the run game that seemed to be pretty effective on the day. it was a rough day, and absolutely no congratulations was offered the Dallas Cowboys…