Here’s what Jerry Rice got to the Cardinals about Week 1 of the 49ers.

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NFL icon Jerry Rice joined 95.7 The Game on Monday morning, as he does every week, and discussed the San Francisco 49ers’ Week 1 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. He was present at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday and had already witnessed the defeat. Rice shared a few things he noticed that he came to know about the performance of the Niners.”I was hot yesterday,” Rice said The morning show. “I wanted to run in that area. Yesterday, near me, I really wanted a statement game. I didn’t get that statement game. I’m sure the Niners felt like they didn’t want to play. And they didn’t. Left a lot on that football field.

“But now, the real test is what are they going to do this week? Are they going to improve? … If I had been watching the film today, I would have hated myself, and I would have felt that. ” I really disappointed the Bay Area fans, the fans watching it from home. ”

The one thing that irked Rice was watching the 49ers receiver. Only four passes between two San Francisco receivers – Kendrick Bourne and Trent Taylor – were caught during the entire game. But it was not the receiver’s poor statistical performance or failure to create the isolation that teased the Holland of Famer.

“Something that really, really warmed me up yesterday – and I’m not going to say any names or anything of that sort – during the break, they were playing music,” Rice explained, “And we had some people dancing and did anything on the football field; that was not welcome or anything. This is not the standard of the San Francisco 49ers.

“If you want to dance, you want to be a dancer or whatever you want to do, you shouldn’t wear that uniform. You have to be productive. You have to contribute to the team. And if you can’t. Do that. Do, go do something else. It’s really just bothering me. Niners are not about that.

“Now, you score a touchdown, you can do whatever you want. You can dance, you can breakdance. I don’t care. But if you’re dancing and you haven’t taken a catch, or You have done nothing. On the football field, I have a problem with this. ”
Then, of course, you had the defense’s inability to stop Cardinals quarterback Kylar Murray. Rice noticed something about the 49ers players that could explain why the athletic quarterback could do so much damage with both of his hands and feet.”I think it was conditioning,” Rice said. “I saw a shot of (Nick) Bossa going off the field. He looked like he was about to fall. I think it does a lot with precision games that don’t have them. These guys They are not where they need to be. Right now.

“… Murray is very elusive. He’s running all over the field. You’ve got defensive players who are trying to chase him. People are trying to deal with him and all that stuff. So he too There was a lot. And it is something like that. Actually the first game of the season is tough because we have gotten better as we go. ”

        Which would you rather be your franchise quarterback?  Jimmy Garapolo of San Francisco 49ers Jimmy or Dallas Cowboys' Dac Prescott?  If you ask this question to Hall of Fame wide receiver and sports icon Jerry Rice, he will answer with the former.  "Jimmy ji, he's going to blossom this year," Rice said during an interview on Monday at 95.7 The Game The Morning Show.  "He's only going to get better, and the sky is the limit for this guy. I think when you've got an offensive coordinator like Kyle Shanahan, that will put you in a position where you can win, I'm Everything seems to be its corner. ”The debate took into account the system in which each quarterback finds himself.  This led to Rice being asked how he believed Prescott could perform.     

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