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Your daily San Francisco 49ers news for Tuesday, October 18, 2022

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Shanahan provides number of injury updates, outlooks on Ward, Armstead

“Bosa missed last week with a groin injury, the first time he’s missed a game not related to a torn ACL. Williams has been out since Week 4 with a high ankle sprain.

Shanahan said that he thinks “there’s a decent chance” to get both of them back this week.”

Kawakami: How the 49ers’ painfully slow fourth-quarter drive symbolizes their unusual big-picture view (paywall)

“But I think I’m right that Shanahan mainly wanted to avoid the Sisyphus scenario of adding more plays only to possibly get more of his players hurt while also losing and then paying for it and repeating it over and over through the rest of the season.”

49ers had drive-killing mistakes, questionable coaching moves in loss to Falcons (paywall)

“The 49ers didn’t and they ultimately fell to 3-3 as a result. Here are snap counts along with details of their performance, including injury updates from Shanahan’s Monday afternoon conference call.”

What Kyle Shanahan said the day after 49ers’ Week 6 loss vs. Falcons

“San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan spoke with reporters via a conference call on Monday, the day after the team’s 28-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. Here is everything he had to say.”

Shanahan explains lack of offensive urgency in fourth quarter against Falcons

“The key is that you can’t come up short on that and expect the ball and get the ball twice,” Shanahan said. “We’re not going to panic when we feel like we have two more possessions, especially with three timeouts. But when you don’t score on that drive, that definitely backfires when you don’t score.”

Who were PFF’s highest- and lowest-graded 49ers players vs. Falcons? Plus snap counts

Drake Jackson, DE, 85.8, 12 snaps.”

Whitner: 49ers had chances to beat Falcons despite injuries

“Even though the 49ers had seven starters missing this game, they had multiple opportunities to pull this game out,” Whitner said after Sunday’s loss on the latest edition of “Hitner’s Hot Take.”