Now that we’re done with the sloppiness that was Week 1, it’s time to head into Week 2. The San Francisco 49ers head to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals. After that we (finally) get a home game.
That was a pretty bad football game when you think about it. There were a lot of good things to takeaway. It goes back to what Dwight Clark said about the 1980 season, the 49ers are starting to have a lot of success, even if they didn’t win very many games.
We’ve seen the 1-0 start lead to some awful things (Jim Tomsula, Chip Kelly) but it was certainly nice to have a week where the 49ers were with a winning record. Given the Bengals recent struggles, I don’t see why they can’t go 2-0.
Dre Greenlaw says it was “crazy experience” taking over for ejected Kwon Alexander (Pro Football Talk)
Biggest Week 2 injury questions for all 32 NFL teams: Intel on Mosley, Mixon, Mahomes and more (ESPN)
Ex-49ers star Terrell Owens always welcomed at Pro Football Hall of Fame (Maiocco)
No Bosa as 49ers practice in Youngstown before Bengals game (Inman)
49ers injury report: Nick Bosa misses practice with sore ankle (Madson)
Joe Mixon day-to-day with ankle injury (Alper)
49ers’ Jimmy Garoppolo aims to keep feasting in Cincinnati (Branch)
How 49ers’ turnover-heavy defense is changing Jimmy Garoppolo’s habits (Maiocco)
49ers mailbag: Why so few snaps for Dante Pettis, Solomon Thomas? (Inman)
49ers dominated trenches in Week 1, have to repeat in Week 2 (Madson)
What lessons did Nick Bosa learn in his 49ers’ debut? (Wagoner)