View Full Version : Matt Breida, Alfred Morris questionable for Week 4

17.11.2018, 05:24
Jaquiski Tartt doubful Authentic Alfred Morris jersey (http://www.49ersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-alfred-morris-jersey) , The San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Chargers each released their final injury reports on Friday, and there are some notable names to consider. The 49ers will be without starting cornerback Richard Sherman, and likely will be without starting strong safety Jaquiski Tartt. Jimmie Ward and Ahkello Witherspoon will start at cornerback, and Antone Exum would likely start at strong safety.Running back Matt Breida is questionable after some ups and downs in practice. He injured his knee against the Chiefs in Week 3, and went from limited to full to limited in practice. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said the coaches and trainers will see how Breida is feeling when Sunday arrives before making a decision.The Chargers will be without defensive end Joey Bosa and right tackle Joe Barksdale once again. Bosa has yet to play this season, and Barksdale injured his knee in Week 1, and has not played since. Keenan Allen is the name to watch on Sunday. He was a DNP the first two days of practice, but got in a limited workout on Friday. My guess is he plays against the 49ers, but we’ll see how limited he is.49ers final injury reportOut: G Joshua Garnett (toe — DNP, DNP, DNP), CB Richard Sherman (calf — DNP, DNP, DNP)Doubtful: S Jaquiski Tartt (shoulder — DNP, DNP Youth Mike Person jersey (http://www.49ersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-mike-person-jersey) , DNP)Questionable: RB Matt Breida (knee — Limited, Full, Limited), S Adrian Colbert (hip — DNP, Limited, Limited), RB Alfred Morris (knee — Limited, Limited)Chargers final injury reportOut: T Joe Barksdale (knee — DNP, DNP, DNP), DE Joey Bosa (foot — DNP, DNP, DNP), LB Kyzir White (knee — N/A, DNP, DNP)Questionable: WR Keenan Allen (knee http://www.49ersauthorizedshops.com/authentic-adrian-colbert-jersey , tooth — DNP, DNP, Limited), WR Travis Benjamin (foot — Limited, Limited, Limited)Pierre Gar莽on walked us through the block that led to Matt Breida’s touchdown The block lasted for what it seemed like an eternity to those of us just watching. It must have felt even longer for Pierre Gar莽on who was locked up with Lions DB Nevin Lawson for at least half of Matt Breida’s 66-yard touchdown run. Gar莽on has always prided himself on being a complete player, hence a blocker, but he did remark that this ranked as one of the best blocks of his football career: Gar莽on is known as one of the bigger trash talkers in the league but he says there wasn’t much talking as the block went on. He does admit to doing his share of talking throughout a game, as he says that it makes him play harder. He also sees that his teammates feed off it it and it gets everyone energized. It has clearly had an effect on how Breida sees him: Gar莽on remained humble about the block, saying he was just “happy to be a part of it.” He felt like Breida had been close to breaking one for a while and saw him get open. He recalled staying with Lawson as long as the play was live, trying not to get a holding call. He knew he had the last guy left who could prevent the score and could hear “excitement and the guys running behind” him. Gar莽on admitted he didn’t know exactly where Breida was behind him and was just hoping that he could make a move to cut around to get into the end zone.Gar莽on caught all four of his targets for 57 yards facing the Lions and Kyle Shanahan revealed in hind sight that he should gone to him more. He added that Gar莽on did the best at beating the tight man coverage that the Lions defense was playing against them. Gar莽onsaid that targets don’t matter to him, you go into the game with a plan and depending on what you opponent gives you, the game could turn out completely different.