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49ers vs. Jets: News, Analysis, Recaps

We break down everything from 49ers-Jets game day.

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49ers snap count vs. the Jets

We break down the 49ers snap count in their 34-0 win over the Jets.


Recapping the 49ers domination of the Jets

We break down the 49ers 34-0 decimation of the New York Jets.


GIF of Larry Grant blocking a Jets punt

The 49ers have just about wrapped up a thorough beat down of the New York Jets as Larry Grant blocked a punt and Frank Gore followed with a short rushing touchdown. The touchdown gave the 49ers a 34-0 lead in a game they have dominated from start to finish. The lead gives the 49ers a chance to get Colin Kaepernick some playing time beyond just a few plays that were quite effective in the first half.

Although any win is a good win, this will be especially sweet following the team's struggles last week against Minnesota. The team got back on track and will look to carry this into their Week 5 contest with the Buffalo Bills.



Carlos Rogers returns Holmes fumble for TD [GIF]

The 49ers just about wrapped up their Week 4 matchup with the New York Jets as Carlos Rogers ran back a fumble 51 yards for a touchdown. Santonio Holmes caught the ball and went down without being touched. He injured himself on the play and as he rolled over that might have led to the fumble.

The score gave the 49ers a 24-0 lead in a game they have dominated from start to finish. The 49ers went into the half with a 10-0 lead, but the game was never even really that close. Some inaccuracy and stupid penalties kept the Jets alive, but the Jets have simply not performed well at all today.

The 49ers are now driving down the field with eight minutes left and giving the Jets a heavy dose of Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter. There is no doubt that this is the way the 49ers like to see things go down. Power rushing, some timely catches and handily winning the turnover battle.



49ers-Jets fourth quarter open thread

We take a look at the third quarter and provide an open thread for the fourth quarter.


Third quarter open thread for 49ers-Jets

We take a look at the first half and provide an open thread for the third quarter.


GIF of Colin Kaepernick's rushing touchdown

The 49ers struck first against the Jets s Colin Kaepernick was brought in to run a QB keeper from the Jets seven yard line. The play was on 3rd and 6 in the second quarter, which was a risky play with the second year QB. Fortunately the Jets probably could not stop me at this point. Kaepernick was keeping pretty much from the get-go and scored the easy touchdown, giving the 49ers a 7-0 lead.



49ers vs. Jets: Second quarter game thread

We open the floor for discussion of the second quarter of 49ers-Jets in Week 4.


49er run triple option with Colin Kaepernick [GIF]

The 49ers have gotten things going in a fairly interesting manner as they are attacking the Jets in a variety of ways. The team is attacking the secondary thanks in part to the loss of Darrelle Revis. Although the team has not connected frequently, they are not shying away from attacking the Jets cornerbacks.

The other big thing to notice thus far is the introduction of Colin Kaepernick on two plays. The 49ers brought him in on 1st and 10 on the 49ers 19. Kaepernick motioned Delanie Walker behind him into a modified version of the pistol, with a running back to CK's left (not sure if it was Gore or Hunter). Kaepernick proceeded to cut left with Walker pairing up with him. Kaepernick kept the ball himself and picked up 17 yards. Check out the GIF below.


Later in the drive, Kaepernick came back on the field and got to take a shot deep to Randy Moss. The Freak was double-teamed and the pass wound up incomplete, but it was an interesting decision at this point. As long as the offense can maintain its momentum between the two QBs, I really like the idea of getting Kaepernick a few snaps like this.


49ers vs. Jets: First quarter game thread

We break down some of the pertinent information heading into the 49ers-Jets game, and provide an open thread to discuss the game.


Your 49ers and Jets inactives

The 49ers released their inactives for their Week 4 contest against the New York Jets, and we finally get to see Ted Ginn Jr. active this season. He injured his ankle in the preseason and had been inactive through the first three weeks. There is no word on who will handle kick and punt returns between Ginn and Williams.

The most prominent inactive this week is Isaac Sopoaga, who is dealing with an assortment of leg injuries. His deactivation means we will get to see the first start of the season for Ricky Jean-Francois. RJF got some starting time at both nose tackle and defensive end last year, so he will be prepared for what should be a tough matchup with Nick Mangold.

49ers inactives:QB Scott Tolzien, RB LaMichael James, RB Brandon Jacobs, WR A.J. Jenkins, G Joe Looney, NT Isaac Sopoaga, S Trenton Robinson

Jets inactives: QB Greg McElroy, RB Jonathan Grimes, CB Darrelle Revis, DT Damon Harrison, OL Caleb Schlauderaff, TE Dustin Keller, WR Stephen Hill


49ers vs. Jets: game time, tv/radio schedule, odds

We break down the game time, tv schedule, odds, announcers and more for the 49ers Week 4 matchup with the Jets.

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