Observations from 49ers worst loss of 2020

The 49ers brought it on. Four more turnovers, three from quarterback Nick Mullens, defined her week 15 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Your season is over.
Here are our observations from the game on Sunday:
First quarter
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- Let's finish this. - Justin Skule starts with Colton McKivitz on the right. Daniel Brunskill is in the middle. Skule only played tackle in college and in the NFL. - Nick Mullens' first litter is a good one in third and sixth place, but Jordan Reed dropped it with all his might. San Francisco's passport catchers have to help the QB. - Kerry Hyder Jr. reported on a bike route that was incomplete on the Cowboys' first third attempt in the game. Great work on the defensive. - Richie James fiddles with his first punt return of the game. Dallas is recovering. The 49ers could do some overhauls of their specialty teams in the off-season. That session has been brutal for her at times this season. - Richard Sherman missed an open field device on the drive after James' fumble, which is extremely untypical for the typically safe cornerback. - Touchdown, cowboys on a 1-yard touchdown from Pollard. Again, a turnover of 49ers leads to points. Washington had 17 points less sales in week 14, now Dallas has 7 early. Cowboys 7, 49ers 0 - Another giveaway from Mullens. This time he's fiddling. DeMarcus Lawrence slapped his arm and Aldon Smith recovered. San Francisco now has more than two freebies in eight consecutive games. Abyssal stuff. - Another cowboys touchdown. 31 of the last 37 points allowed by the 49ers have generated sales. This time Andy Dalton finds Michael Gallup, who got on behind Tarvarius Moore. Dallas OC Kellen Moore did a good job on this trip. Cowboys 14, 49ers 0 - Raheem Mostert's big run is canceled by a penalty against Skule. The right guard continues to be a major problem for San Francisco. - There's a 49ers touchdown. A strong drive for the offensive goes 75 meters in 13 games. Mullens was very good, as was Kendrick Bourne and Mostert. Jordan Reed picked up a five-yard TD pass from Mullens for the score. This is a good relief for the TE after his previous fall. Cowboys 14, 49ers 7 - It looked like the Cowboys fumbled a kickoff return, but the returnee was clearly down. The 49ers don't get another break. END OF THE QUARTER: Cowboys 14, 49ers 7
Second quarter
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- Dre Greenlaw will be an excellent NFL player for a long time. - Ahkello Witherspoon started the cornerback and was really good at a deep shot against Amari Cooper to force an incompleteness. - Richard Sherman is working on a third and long for a first down. This is a poor accomplishment for him as he moves towards free hand. - angry. Arik Armstead flies in for the easiest sack of his career thanks to a monster platoon from Javon Kinlaw who cleared out a pair of offensive cowboy linemen. Dallas has to settle for a 48-yard field goal. Cowboys 17, 49ers 7 - Nice job by Mullens at navigating the bag after a large sack took second and 18th place. He rolled to the right and found Richie James for a 22-yard catch and first down. He looked for James several times, that was his best piece. - Another good piece right next to Mullens. He stopped to find Ross Dwelley sitting wide open in the middle of the field. This is as good as Mullens has looked since setting the Giants on fire in Week 3. - Mike McGlinchey is losing a lot of money this year. It has way too many garish smells, especially in the running game it is supposed to thrive in. - What a call from Kyle Shanahan on the fourth hit from the 2nd Aiyuk moved left to right and then came back from the left on that jet movement. Deebo Samuel usually runs to get the touch pass from Mullens. The rookie found the left corner and spun it for a touchdown. That was an excellent job and a good aggressive game call from Shanahan. Cowboys 17, 49ers 14 - Witherspoon gets a pass split on another shot on the left sideline, then Emmanuel Moseley has good cover on a deep shot on the right to force a Cowboys punt. Trent Taylor put the boat on after Richie James' previous fumbling. This is a great opportunity for the offensive to score 2:21 points before halftime. - A screen for Aiyuk is nowhere because Dallas is not threatened at all on the field. You're flying around the border. Mullens has to try to stretch them vertically. - Armstead has another sack. He blew up the right device and went in for his second sack of the day and number 3.5 for the year. - Jimmie Ward hit Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb hard and looked like he blew himself away. He left the field on his own and went straight back to the locker room. - A hold penalty against Trent Williams got the 49ers out of the gate after the Cowboys missed a 60-yard field goal. The offensive line is a big problem. Mullens also attempted an out-route to James to take the receiver off-line, but the throw was so bad that the receiver couldn't get to the sidelines. Yikes END OF HALF: Cowboys 17, 49ers 14
Third quarter
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- Third and ninth for Dallas in the first series of the second half. Javon Kinlaw chases Dalton, who fiddles but has been disfellowshipped. San Francisco's challenge was unsuccessful. It was probably the wrong call. Dallas stumbled anyway. - Mullens finds Richie James in the middle of the field for 23 yards all day. Then a Dallas security guard lowers his head to make contact and give the 49ers an additional 15 meters. - Third and first, the 49ers try the right side again with Jeff Wilson Jr. and he didn't get it. You failed on every short run to the right. Robbie Gould's 41 yard field goal after the Wilson run is good to tie it up. 49ers 17, Cowboys 17. - Marcell Harris is out with a concussion with Jimmie Ward, and CeeDee Lamb stepped in behind Harris for an easy 45 yard gain on a third-and-6. The Cowboys scored a game later. Sherman missed another attack on touchdown. Cowboys 24, 49ers 17 - Raheem Mostert is officially in question and Jeff Wilson Jr. is limping on the sidelines. Injuries continue to be a major problem for San Francisco. Only two more games after this one. - Aiyuk just collected 3.5 yards on a second and 4 when he probably should have lost a pair. That was a remarkable freshman run to break a few tackles and find positive yards. - Reed is a weapon. Third and eighth, he makes a catch just short of the sticks but broke a tackle and plowed a 14-yard win ahead to put the 49ers in 1st place. - One game later, Wilson is back and he knocks out a yard. That's a tremendous drive for the offense, and a good job by Mullens converting the third down to get the score. Cowboys 24, 49ers 24 - The 49ers must be happy to have K'Waun Williams back. Williams had a great breakup on the third pass to force a cowboys punt after San Francisco finished the game at midnight. END OF THE THIRD QUARTER: Cowboys 24, 49ers 24
Fourth quarter
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- The 49ers took a big ride after forcing a Dallas punt. They went three and out instead. Flashing Nick Mullens is the best way to beat him. Mike McGlinchey is also injured after the third game. Just a treasure trove of disaster for the 49ers to start the fourth. - Dallas is third thanks to a good defensive game by Moseley. The secondary school of the 49ers outside of that long litter to Lamb was really good. - Oh look, a Mullens interception. Six games in a row with a choice for him. This could be the ball game that Dallas takes over in the 49ers '28. - Dallas wins zero meters after the election. Witherspoon had the pass separation in third and tenth place. Huge game for him on his return to use after a series of healthy scratches. The Cowboys hit a 46-yard field goal to take the lead. Cowboys 27, 49ers 24 - Aiyuk can play. He's on seven catches for 42 yards, but he was better than that. - A floater for James should have been intercepted by Donovan Wilson, who had a choice earlier. If he jumps earlier, it's a pick-six. - Another ball that should have been caught. This one was meant for Aiyuk, but the receiver turned into a defender to hit the ball away. - Dallas converts a big third down - Lamb beat Moseley badly. - I'm not sure what the third and sixteenth calls from the cowboys were. It was a weird trick play double pass thing to set up a screen. The 49ers did a good job sniffing it out and forcing a boat. - A personal foul on Mike McGlinchey turns a 49ers Second-and-5 into a Second-and-20. That is an inexcusable punishment at this point. Absolutely inexcusable, especially from a player who is struggling. - Third and tenth, Mullens tries to find Aiyuk deep, but he missed the shot. A flag came out to disrupt the pass and keep the 49ers' ride alive. That's another massive flag. My goodness. - Another interception of the quarterback with 2:43 left should end this. The 49ers incurred that loss when they started and stayed with Mullens. Under the circumstances, if CJ Beathard isn't good enough to jump in, the team should have drawn someone and cut them. - Long touchdown run for the cowboys seals it. Cowboys 34, 49ers 24 - CJ Beathard arrives in the middle of the 49ers' final attempt to stay in play. His first litter is too low for Aiyuk. - Beathard's second throw is complete if a yard is lost. - Robbie Gould drills a 31-yard field goal to turn it into a one-score game. San Francisco will try the onside kick. Cowboys 34, 49ers 27 - Gould's onside kick attempt jumps up slightly for CeeDee Lamb, who returns him for a touchdown. Perfect way to end this for San Francisco. Cowboys 41, 49ers 27 - Hilarious. Beathard joins Kendrick Bourne for a 49 yard touchdown for the final game of the game. Whatever. Cowboys 41, 49ers 33 FINAL RESULTS: Cowboys 41, 49ers 33

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