49ers Notes: Tomsula, Kaepernick, Bethea

The 49ers became a big talking point for media outlets today after an embarrassing 20-3 loss on Thursday Night Football. Here are some notes about the team:

  • The loss to the Seahawks last night put a spotlight on the problems the 49ers have, and head coach Jim Tomsula was put on the defensive. He said despite evaluating everything in the organization, he would not consider a change to the offensive coaching staff in season, per Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle (via Twitter).
  • Quarterback Colin Kaepernick was particularly bad on Thursday night, but coach Tomsula insists there will be no change under center in San Francisco, according to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee (via Twitter). “Colin’s our quarterback,” said Tomsula. “No controversy.”
  • Antoine Bethea was placed on injured reserve today, with what was originally reported as a shoulder injury. Barrows reports that it is actually a torn pectoral muscle that will force him to miss the rest of the season (via Twitter).
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  1. Pacific moderate

    I hear they used to have a pretty good coach. Oh well given the owner, this team’s having the season it deserves.

  2. What can he change to? There’s nothing better out there right now. The O-line sucks but who’s out there that can do any better. Gabbert’s not better than Kaep. Football’s the worst sport to make changes inseason. Nothing is going to change until February.


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