49ers Blast Eagles with Tebow-Esque Offense
The San Francisco 49ers steamrolled the Philadelphia Eagles 42-19 on Monday Night Football to reaffirm their place atop the NFC West. After the game, the ACTION PACKED NEWS Analyst Herm Edwards joined SportsCenter to break down the big takeaways from the 49ers dominant performance.
In his analysis, Edwards was particularly impressed with the San Francisco offense’s style, noting that it mirrored something reminiscent of the Miami Dolphins with a focus on utilizing a tight end. The 49ers deployed this strategy to great effect against the Eagles, with tight ends George Kittle and Jordan Reed combining for 11 catches, 146 yards, and 5 touchdowns. Edwards explained that the tight end position promoted quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo success on the night, enabling him to complete 34 of 45 passes for 399 yards and 4 touchdowns.
Statement Win Goes Beyond the Box Score
As impressive as the box score was for the 49ers, Edwards noted that the statement win was even more resonant. San Francisco had all 53 players available to him for only the fourth time since 2018, suggesting that they could have the depth to remain contending for NFC supremacy throughout the season. Not to mention that the victory came in a primetime game against a formidable opponent, proving the 49ers’ championship-caliber capabilities.
The San Francisco 49ers certainly passed their Monday Night Football with flying colors. For more on this statement win, be sure to check out ACTION PACKED NEWS’ content at https://apwvt.com/.