Denver, United States.- San Francisco 49ers he already saw himself with victory in his hands by preventing Russell Wilson crossed midfield to bring their offensive series closer to the diagonals, however they sinned by their own mistakes and that cost them the result at home Denver Broncos in this week 3 of the NFL.
In the first two episodes, the ‘Niners’ controlled the result 7-3. On the second possession of the ball Jimmy Garoppolo, Brandon Ayuk he got into the end zone to put the franchise of the ‘Head Coach’, Kyle Shanahan.
for those of Nathaniel Hackett it only reached them for a field goal of Brandon McManus, with whom they met in the game despite failing a second attempt that would have cut the distance a little more. For the second half came the ordeal for San Francisco 49ers.
A Jimmy “G” fumble ended in the Broncos’ dominance. Later, a serious error by the passer caused a self-scoring for the opponent. Denver boxed the 49ers and by not measuring the limits of the field, Garoppolo stepped outside the touchdown area and that gave Denver two points automatically.
Five minutes remained of the game and Russell Wilson finally overcame the rival field to be one yard away from the touchdown that would turn the confrontation around. Handing the ovoid to Melvin Gordonthe running back came down the middle to take an 11-10 lead on the scoreboard.
With 2:13 on the clock, Garoppolo threw for Deebo Samuelbut the defensive work was sensational for Jonas Griffith intercept the ball. In Willson’s last appearance, nothing came of it, so he handed over the ball to give San Francisco one last chance to win the game.
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Being stopped far behind the line of scrimmage, the ‘quarterback’ found Jeffrey Wilson to advance the 22 yards required for the first ‘down’, but at the last moment the spheroid was thrown and was left in the hands of Kareem Jackson to end with a sinister night of the ‘Niners’.
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