Publicado: Mier, Setiembre 12, 2018
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Garoppolo finally takes loss, 49ers fall to Vikings

Garoppolo finally takes loss, 49ers fall to Vikings

You have mixed emotions about it because it's frustrating when you let opportunities go, but also when you come in feeling like crap after a loss like you always do, it's also good to see that you're capable of doing a lot better. The last player to emerge from the tunnel during pregame introductions, Cousins said the honor was undeserved and should have been reserved for Diggs, wide receiver Adam Thielen, left tackle Riley Reiff or running back Dalvin Cook.

DEFENSE DIGS IN: The 49ers gave Garoppolo an opportunity with three straight three-and-out possessions by the Vikings in the fourth quarter. Even his 22-yard touchdown pass to Pettis, he had to maneuver his way around defenders to get the pass off.

Cousins, who signed a three-year, $84 million, fully guaranteed contract with the Vikings this spring, clearly savored his first regular season contest at U.S. Bank Stadium, where the Vikings are 15-3, including the playoffs since it opened.

-Pettis had his hands on what would have been a 43-yard touchdown pass, but Vikings cornerback Trae Waynes ripped the ball out before Pettis could secure it.

"We were rolling there toward the end", Kittle said. "Just a bad play". There are 15 more to go.

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"We want to see them accomplish something that we weren't able to do", Smith told the crowd, "and we want them to do it for you".

49ers: Goodwin hurt his right quadriceps in the first quarter and didn't return. With two starters at LB already out, Malcolm Smith (hamstring) and Reuben Foster (suspension), Smith's sub, Brock Coyle, suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter and needed several minutes to get up. With Mackensie Alexander (ankle) inactive and Terence Newman retired, the Vikings had SS Jayron Kearse in slot coverage in the nickel defence with Hughes on the outside for Waynes.

The Minnesota Vikings didn't quite deliver on a summer's worth of hype in Week 1, but the various elements that should make them a contender by season's end were all there.

The 26-year-old could bounce back in short order when the 49ers travel to Detroit on Sunday for a Week 2 clash with the Lions, but only after Garoppolo rinses the taste of defeat out of his mouth and chalks up his lackluster Week 1 performance as a learning experience.

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