Goodson, Robinson, Kennard out for Giants vs 49ers

Ross Houston
November 13, 2017

This was another game NY should have won but instead, they allowed San Francisco to run all over them, allowing 186 rushing yards along with two rushing touchdowns, one of which featured a 33-yard breakout run by running back Matt Breida.

Beathard, a third-round draft pick from Iowa, is completing 50.9 percent of his throws, averaging 188.2 yards per game and has thrown two touchdown passes and four interceptions.

Chances are, that will happen as early as the Niners' next game, which is November 26 against the Seattle Seahawks.

NY - thought to be a top defensive squad entering the season - has been outscored 106-45 during the teams current three game losing streak and will have to face the high octane Chiefs in MetLife Stadium next Sunday. Those frustrations were expressed by star safety Landon Collins after today's loss. The Giants blitzed, and Goodwin beat cornerback Janoris Jenkins' man-to-man coverage on a deep post route to put San Francisco ahead 10-6 with 7:59 left in the half. 49ers starting TE George Kittle (ankle) and starting DE Solomon Thomas (knee) were inactive. Manning attempted to unload the ball with an underhand toss as Blair never touched the ball, and a replay ruling upheld the fumble call to keep the Giants from adding to their 6-3 lead. The Giants failed to convert the 2-point conversion. He also ran for a fourth-quarter touchdown on an 11-yard scamper.

Beathard answered with a 47-yard touchdown pass to Celek.

On defense, rookie linebacker Reuben Foster led the Niners by being in on 10 tackles, including one for loss.

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