NFL Week 11 is in the Books | Nasser Erakat

26 Nov

NFL Week 11 is in the Books | Nasser Erakat

Well this time I am going to start with the Raiders and also the 49ers. First the Raiders, how do you not score any points in the first half. It seemed that the NFL Week 11 is in the Books | Nasser ErakatRaiders did not want to play on Sunday. It seemed that they had no feeling. What is wrong with Cooper dropping all those balls. Why didn’t the coaches take more chance and the catch the Crabtree made out of bound, Challenge the play. You can’t take your time outs with you. The Raiders on Sunday did not look hungry at all. I am still hoping for my 6 win season. As for the 49ers, I heard all week from 49ers fans that, they were going to beat Seattle, really? I was so confused why the 49ers thought that they would win. Was it because Blaine Gabbert won a game against the Falcons who just keep losing. This season was over when the 49ers got rid of their coach.

NFL Week 11 is in the Books | Nasser Erakat

Blaine Gabbert gives the 49ers’ brass food for thought

SEATTLE — The quarterback gig belongs to Blaine Gabbert now, with Colin Kaepernick on injured reserve, though no one associated with the San Francisco 49ers is about to anoint Gabbert as the guy beyondNFL Week 11 is in the Books | Nasser Erakat the Jan. 3 season finale.

And that’s the smart thing to do, even as Niners general manager Trent Baalke was noncommittal about Kaepernick, his looming left-shoulder surgery and $11.9 million of his contract for 2016 becoming guaranteed on April 1.

But with the way Gabbert played in stretches Sunday in the most notorious venue in the NFL, against the vaunted Legion of Boom, he may have given the front office and coaching staff (should they survive) something to think about.

Yes, even in a 29-13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.

“I thought that Blaine and the poise he showed today was really good,” Niners coach Jim Tomsula said. “He used his feet. He used his arm. He got himself out of some things. He kept his eyes down the field and made some plays.

“I’m not into moral victories, but that was encouraging.”

And food for thought.

Because while Gabbert and the Niners’ offense sleepwalked through most of the first half, it came to life with a 2-minute drill before halftime. Gabbert took the Niners 92 yards in nine plays and 91 seconds, his 19-yard hookup with tight end Vance McDonald the first touchdown pass the 49ers had thrown against the Seahawks since Week 14 of the 2013 season. Full Article

NFL Week 11 is in the Books | Nasser Erakat

The Carolina Panthers and New England may be two undefeated teams playing in the Super Bowl in Santa Clara in February.  I think Carolina is the better team NFL Week 11 is in the Books | Nasser Erakatbecause they are blowing out teams. New England is winning but the games are close. For the Bengals, I still think they will face New England in the AFC Championship. In the NFC, Carolina and Arizona might be playing. Thanks for reading.

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