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Predict the 49ers’ first offensive play

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Post on 2019-8-14 06:30:23 | All posts |Read mode , tackle, and touchdown vs. Chiefs The San Francisco 49ers head into Week 3 of the NFL season, which means it’s prediction time once again! The 49ers had an ugly win against the Detroit Lions with much to work on in preparation for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs on the other hand are red-hot with offensive playmakers that could make for a long day. With that in mind, it’s time to do predictions for today.The predictions will include:1. The first offensive play the 49ers will run/attempt to execute,2. The first player on defense (not special teams) who will make a tackle, and3. How the team’s first touchdown will be scored (if you think one will be scored).Here are the ground rules for the predictions.Offensive Play Prediction Guidelines: Try to be as specific as you can on what you think the 49ers’ first offensive play will be. Don’t just say “pass play” or “run play”. Instead, say “Garoppolo throws a slant route to Gar莽on for 7 yards” or “Alfred Morris runs right side and picks up three yards.” You can also predict incompletions, interceptions, fumbles, touchdowns, and even a safety if you really think that will happen on the first offensive play!Defensive Tackle Prediction Guidelines: Predicting the first defensive play is much more obscure, so this one is a simpler category -- project who you think will make the team’s first tackle that does not come on special teams or a returned interception/fumble.First Touchdown Against Detroit: If you do not think the 49ers will score a touchdown, then say “no touchdowns” as your answer. Otherwise, predict how you think the 49ers’ first offensive touchdown will be scored, along with the person(s) who will score. You can predict it to be on offense, defense, or special teams. If you predict a passing touchdown, name both the quarterback and the receiver.Here is the template you can copy+paste for your comments:First Offensive Play: First Defensive Tackle: First Touchdown:Here are my predictions.First Offensive Play: Slant catch by Dante Pettis for 15 yardsFirst Defensive Tackle: Reuben Foster of Travis KelceFirst Touchdown: Pierre Garcon, 15-yard catch in the corner of the endzone with Garoppolo in the pocket Welcome back, Josh Allen, how we missed you."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference Calls2019 NFL Draft: 49ers picks, mock drafts Joe Staley Jersey White , news, rumors, analysisDraft Wire mock reminds everyone of what life was like before all this Kyler Murray madness beganNew,52commentsWelcome back, Josh Allen, how we missed you. PDTShareTweetShareShareDraft Wire mock reminds everyone of what life was like before all this Kyler Murray madness beganRemember when Nick Bosa was a pipe dream and Josh Allen was the consensus No. 2 pick? Well, the folks over at Draft Wire put together a mock draft this week where we return to those days. In their latest mock, they decide to go with the off chance that all this Kyler Murray to the Arizona Cardinals hype was just that. In it, you don’t see the Oklahoma quarterback going number one. Instead, it’s Ohio State defensive end Nick Bosa going to the Cardinals. This then lets the San Francisco 49ers take Kentucky linebacker Josh Allen. Here’s what they said about returning to the Bosa/Cardinals prediction: There’s been more percolating that the Cardinals may be looking to move quarterback Josh Rosen. Now that teams are getting involved, it’s probably becoming more of a ‘when’ than an ‘if’. Of course the Cardinals could pass on Murray and let the potential bidding war begin for the No. 2 or No. 3 pick. And if they take Bosa, well, here’s what Draft Wire says about the 49ers selecting Allen: Alabama defensive Quinnen Williams goes to the Oakland Raiders at No. 4 and Kyler Murray drops to the fifth spot, going to Washington in a trade with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This is after a scenario I suggested earlier happens: the New York Jets make a trade with the New York Giants and the Giants select Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins at No. 3. The 49ers don’t make the deal to a quarterback-needy team, the Jets do. Going to No. 3 is much cheaper than No. 2. As for the 49ers taking Allen, it’s been reported they aren’t too high on him at No. 2, so if they were going to take him, they may take a lower offer just to get something and get out of the spot. Or they take Williams and call it a day. All of this chaos seems strange, but it’s also strangely accurate to something happening on draft day. I’ve already said teams may bypass the 49ers for a trade to get a quarterback, andI think no one would be surprised if the Cardinals ruined our lives by getting Nick Bosa. Either way, this draft makes me remember December.


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