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October 20, 2019
San Francisco stayed undefeated in a wet, and sloppy game in Washington on Sunday. They knocked off the home team 9-0 to move to 6-0 on the season. It wasn’t their finest win, but they’ll take it considering the rainy weather conditions.
It’s tough to take much away from a game like that, but we tried: (READ MORE) by Kyle Madson | Niners Wire
The last time Jullian Taylor suited up for a game no one knew exactly how good the 49ers would be.
It was Week 2 against the Cincinnati Bengals, when San Francisco was mostly healthy and could call upon its depth to keep the defensive line fresh. Taylor, after all, is lowest on the totem pole of the nine-man position group.
The 49ers were far more banged up entering Sunday’s game in Washington. They were without their top nose tackle, D.J. Jones because of a hamstring injury on top of all the injuries on offense. So Taylor playing Sunday was out of necessity.
He came through in one of the wettest, muddiest 49ers games in recent memory. And everyone knows exactly how good they are as one of two remaining undefeated teams. (READ MORE) by CHRIS BIDERMAN | The Sacramento Bee