WCB Football Review: Minnesota Vikings (0-0) vs. San Francisco 49ers (0-0) (MNF)

 Levi Stadium, Santa Clara, CA


Team Leaders (SF 1-0): Passing: QB C.Kapernick (165yrds 0TD, 0INT), Rushing: RB C.Hyde (168yrds 2TD), Receiving TE V.Davis (47yrds), Tackles: S A.Bethea (8tckls), Sacks: LB A.Lynch (1scks), INT’s: T.Brock (1 INT)…

Team Leaders (MIN 0-1): Passing: QB T.Bridgewater (231yrds 0TD, 1INT), Rushing: RB A.Peterson (31yrds), Receiving: WR M.Wallace (63yrds), Tackles:  LB A.Barr (12tckls), Sacks: LB E.Griffen (.5scks), INT’s: (0INTs)…

My Prediction: 49ers win 28-24

Final Score: 49ers win 20-3


Final Take: This was one of the sloppiest games of football that I have ever seen. Now with that being said there was only 2 TO’s in the game (1INT, 1FUM), both defenses performed well in the 1st half. The 2nd half of the game the 49ers defense seemed to get better and the Vikings defense seemed to be worse. Colin Kapernick seemed to have a better grasp of this offense than the one he was in last year. As the game went on Carlos Hyde seemed to get better as well as he went off in his 1st start after taking over the starting role from Frank Gore, who left for Indy. Overall this was a great moral victory and a very good victory for the 49ers…

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