The 49ers’ best and worst plays from Week 1

San Francisco 49ers offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey (69) looks to block for San Francisco 49ers running back Tevin Coleman (26) against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the first half an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Mark LoMoglio)

Check out my Periscope film review of the 49ers’ best and worst plays from their 31-17 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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  1. One of the best plays that I liked was Nzeocha’s blocked punt. He blew up his blocker and helped set the tone.
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    The 2 pick sixes were cool, too. Generally, I liked how the defense was punching at the ball.
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    Woods has coached up Witherspoon. I saw him look back for the ball and make a play on it.
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    The worst plays were the Bucs running up the middle. Seemed like players were out of position, and no gap integrity. Glad to see Saleh make an adjustment. Sherman looked grabby, at times, but glad he was not called on that last pass.
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    JG’s worst play was the pick six, but I liked how he over came the adversity, and did not let that rattle him.

    1. The play where Witherspoon smoothly turned and looked for the ball, and attacking it was text book. It should be shown as an example on how it should be done, and I’d distribute it to all my scouts to emphasize what we’re looking for at the position.

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          1. I had a horrible week, benched all the ones I shouldn’t have and started the ones who should have been benched. Hopefully next week goes better lol.

            1. I feel your pain. I had Sammy Watkins and all of his 40 + points sitting on my bench! And of course, only lost by a single point. Grrr!

  2. The knives (sporks?) are out (and have been….). This will be a fun season, no doubt…

    A Grant retweet…

    rich madrid
    ‏@richjmadrid

    Morerich madrid Retweeted Grant Cohn
    The excuse farmers are out in this thread. Fact is sometimes he just doesn’t see the field well enough. Guaranteed it came up in the game film review too. Wrote about that here last week: https://www.ninersnation.com/2019/9/7/20838067/49ers-film-room-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-of-jimmy-garoppolo-part-2-the-bad-and-ugly

  3. Was really ( trouble keeping eyes open ) tired when I watched this, but still hung in because I found it very interesting. Learned a lot.

  4. Meanwhile, AJ Green had over a hundred yards receiving whom Shanahan passed over to get Deebo Samuels. I don’t think Shanny is a good judge of WRs or QBs. Didn’t they pass on Watson who lit up for the Texans and should’ve beat the Saints the other night? I don’t know about you but I’d rather have Watson and AJ Green over Jimmy G and Pettis or Deebo even though Deebo may one day develop but AJ is already a star receiver.

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