For the second time this season, the 49ers faced an MVP worthy QB, and for the second time this season, the 49ers lost by a field goal. The defense managed to hold the previously-thought-to-be-unstoppable offense to their lowest points of the season, but poor coaching decisions ultimately lost us the game. With that loss, the Seattle Seahawks are in position to take over the division by beating the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football, dropping the 49ers to the 5th Seed in the NFC. So naturally, it’s time to cheer for the Vikings and that “Ancient WTF” Kirk Cousins.
There’s no update on the injuries to D.J. Jones and Jaquiski Tartt yet, but Richard Sherman assures us that he’ll be ready for next Sunday. Other than that, there’s no real news from after the game, just a bunch of articles hyping up Lamar Jackson.
On to those links...
They're young.— NFL (@NFL) December 1, 2019
They're hungry for more.
This @49ers defense is taking over the league. (via @MikeSilver + @nflnetwork) pic.twitter.com/ckF6oRiSJb
Loss to Ravens means bigger implications for Niners-Saints (Nick Wagoner, ESPN)
“Shutting Down” Lamar Jackson Means He Still Runs for 100 Yards and Beats You (Nick Greene, Slate)
49ers at Ravens score: Lamar Jackson, Justin Tucker lift Baltimore over San Francisco in close battle (Cody Benjamin, CBS Sports)
6 takeaways from 49ers’ loss to Ravens (Kyle Madson, Niners Wire)
Ravens win, but don’t cover vs. 49ers in upset-filled NFL Sunday (Todd Dewey, Las Vegas Review Journal)
Lamar Jackson leads Ravens over 49ers in old-school slugfest (Judy Battista, NFL.com)
The Ravens’ Win Over the 49ers Is the Stuff Championships Are Made Of (Danny Heifetz, The Ringer)
NFL Week 13: 49ers Come Up Just Short In Potential Super Bowl Preview Against The Ravens (Vincent Frank, Forbes)
Why Rodney Harrison gained more respect for 49ers after loss vs. Ravens (Alex Didion, NBC Sports)