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    Steelers Podcast: Are the Steelers standing in line for the elevator or the roller coaster? The Pittsburgh Steelers' 2018 roller coaster ride got a whole lot less bumpier with the impressive win over Atlanta on Sunday. But with their bipolar 2018 season five weeks old [url=http://www.pittsburghsteelersteamstore.com/t-shirts]Pittsburgh Steelers T-Shirt[/url] , one must wonder if the ride smooths out going forward or if it will remain as Pothole City. BTSC’s Bryan Anthony Davis and Anthony Defeo took a day to recover from their joy and asked your opinion of the terrain ahead in the latest edition of “Steelers Hangover."Take a look at the rundown for the latest episode of the call-in extravaganza. On this show, the fellas discussed the good, the bad, the ugly and going forward.Check out the rundown of the show:ReactionsGrades: Valedictorians, Honor Roll and Detention Dwellers Are the Steelers standing in line for the elevator or the roller coaster?CallsClosing Time/Last Call and thoughts on the Bengalsand MUCH MORE!If you missed the live show [url=http://www.pittsburghsteelersteamstore.com/hats]Pittsburgh Steelers Hats[/url] , be sure to check out all episodes on the following platforms:Apple Users: CLICK HERESpotify: CLICK HEREGoogle Play: CLICK HEREIf you’re old-school and just want the audio, you can listen to it in the player below. After the Steelers lost to the Ravens last Sunday night, it was noted that wide receiver Antonio Brown and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger weren’t talking on the sideline while the team was going scoreless in the second half.Given the focus that’s been on their relationship during Pittsburgh’s 1-2-1 start, that was enough for some to infer that there was an issue between the two players. Brown said Friday that he and Roethlisberger laughed about attempts to “create adversity and distractions,” but he did admit that things aren’t always flowing perfectly between the two of them.“It’s like Wi-Fi [url=http://www.pittsburghsteelersteamstore.com/hoodie]Pittsburgh Steelers Hoodie[/url] , you know,” Brown said, via ESPN.com. “Sometimes the connection is poor. Sometimes the connection is great. But it’s always connected.”Brown’s averaging under 10 yards a catch, which would be the lowest figure in his career, but remains confident that he and Roethlisberger “will make our plays.” The Falcons defense has been giving in that regard so far this season [url=http://www.pittsburghsteelersteamstore.com/customized]Customized Pittsburgh Steelers Jerseys[/url] , which may give Brown and Roethlisberger a chance to stream at a high speed this Sunday. [url=http://www.nflshopoutlet.com/tennessee-titans]Custom Tennessee Titans Jerseys[/url]
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    There are only two things I can't stand in this world. People who hate other people they don’t really know and Philip Rivers.Speaking of Rivers [url=http://www.steelerscheapshops.com/...ro-villanueva-jersey]Alejandro Villanueva Jersey[/url] , the Chargers quarterback, NC State alum and a person who was so heavily coveted by former Steelers head coach—and fellow NC State alum—Bill Cowher leading up to the 2004 NFL Draft, Cowher almost did the unthinkable and not draft Ben Roethlisberger after Rivers went fourth, overall, I actually found myself cheering for him several times down the stretch of the 2018 regular season and into the playoffs. Why would I do something so disgusting, so against my moral fiber? Rivers is just so darn obnoxious, a person who called LaMarr Woodley fat before Steelers fans thought it fashionable to do so. Even an ex girlfriend of mine, someone who once thought a Pirate hit an inside the park home run because the ball went off the foul pole and landed back on the grass of PNC Park, knew of my contempt for Rivers way back in the day—”Rivers, isn’t that the quarterback you really hate, honey?” Yes, my dear, it was....and still is.So [url=http://www.steelerscheapshops.com/...ic-jon-bostic-jersey]http://www.steelerscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-jon-bostic-jersey[/url] , again, why would I allow myself to root for such a man? Simple: Rivers played a huge role in two things Steelers fans find near and dear to their hearts: the Steelers making the playoffs and the Patriots not winning the Super Bowl.As Pittsburgh struggled down the stretch of the regular season, I think most fans took comfort in knowing the Ravens, the team closing in fast on first place in the AFC North, had road games remaining against both the Chiefs and Chargers to close out the year. Two weeks after narrowly losing at Kansas City in overtime, the Ravens found themselves in Los Angeles to take on a Chargers team that had just defeated the Chiefs at Arrowhead and had a legit chance at the number one seed in the AFC. The game took place on the night of December 22, 2018. It was a Saturday, and I was having some beers with a friend at Riley’s Pour House in Carnegie. I was so nervous about this game, I didn’t even allow myself to look up at the screen and hoped my fellow Steelers fans sitting at the bar wouldn’t ruin the evening with bad news.They did. You know what they said? “I love how the Chargers have no interest in beating the Ravens and helping the Steelers out.” Yeah, because the Chargers would much rather go into the playoffs as the fifth seed, have no home games at all and play three weeks in a row just to make it to the Super Bowl than have to deal with those totally dangerous—except against the Raiders—Steelers in the postseason. Moving on.After the Ravens defeated Los Angeles and Pittsburgh lost to the Saints the next day, I finally accepted that the handwriting was on the wall with regards to the Steelers making the playoffs (well, there was that strange week when I and many other Steelers fans rooted for the Browns). But the consolation prize was cheering on the Chargers in the playoffs for some reason [url=http://www.steelerscheapshops.com/...c-artie-burns-jersey]Cheap Artie Burns Jersey[/url] , mainly because they were taking on the Ravens and Patriots in back-to-back games. As I watched Los Angeles easily dispose of the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on Wildcard Weekend (hmmm,maybe there was something to that whole not wanting the Steelers in the playoffs theory, after all), I found myself screaming things like, “Come on, that was roughing the passer, ref!!!!” And the quarterback I was sticking up for wasn’t Big Ben, it was Philip freakin’ Rivers. Last week, I enlisted Rivers help in taking care ofthe seemingly annual task of preventing New England from capturing a sixth Lombardi trophy, thus allowingSteelers fans to continue to win most Internet arguments. Unfortunately, Rivers and the rest of the Chargers played so terribly against the Patriots in the divisional round at Gillette Stadium, my friend got disgusted at halftime and made me watch a show called Fringe (that Anna Torv is a real looker). Now I feel gross, gross for cheering for a man I’ve always had contempt for.Never again [url=http://www.steelerscheapshops.com/...ic-bud-dupree-jersey]http://www.steelerscheapshops.com/cheap-authentic-bud-dupree-jersey[/url] , never again will I do such a thing....unless it helps the Steelers make the playoffs in 2019, of course.Steelers Podcast: Discussing the tie which feels like a big fat loss The Pittsburgh Steelers are finally playing games that actually count! With a surge of Steelers news, it was time to get back on the airwaves and discuss the Black-and-gold.Take a look at the rundown for the latest episode of the BTSC podcast The Steelers Post-Game Show. On this show Jeff Hartman breaks down all things Steelers from the game that was!Check out the rundown of the show:News and NotesInjuriesBright spots after the tieGiving credit to the Browns’ defenseTalking what’s aheadand MUCH MORE!Jeff Hartman, editor of BTSC walks you through everything you need to know regarding the Black-and-gold.If you haven’t heard, we have a YouTube channel, and the main reason for this is to increase the sound quality on our shows. But if you’re a visual learner you can watch the show below. Be sure to subscribe to our channel!If you missed the live show, be sure to check out all episodes on our BlogTalkRadio page. If you’re old-school and just want the audio, you can listen to it in the player below. 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    The Redskins walked away Sunday afternoon with a big win at home against a very good Panthers team. It may not have been the prettiest win you’ll ever see [url=http://www.authenticswashingtonredskins.com/...mison-crowder-jersey]http:///...mison-crowder-jersey[/url] , but I’ll take a W any way I can get it. The Skins now sit atop the NFC East with a 3-2 record, and enter a stretch of the season that will see them play five key division games over the next eight weeks. Below are my Studs and Duds of Sunday’s contest against the Panthers with some added video for your viewing pleasure. Studs:Adrian Peterson - Father Time has certainly not yet caught up to AP. The 33 year old warrior, who was battling a shoulder and knee injury, carried 17 times for 97 yards (a 5.7 YPC average). 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The line may not yet be 100 percent in sync in pass protection, but when they ask Chase to pull, trap, seal at the second level and led plays out in space, the guy is a beast!Josh Norman - Playing against his former team brought out the best in Norman Sunday. He had his first interception since 2016 [url=http://www.authenticswashingtonredskins.com/...p-jordan-reed-jersey]Youth Jordan Reed Jersey[/url] , and forced a fumble which the Redskins recovered. His coverage and tackling were very solid on the afternoon. Maybe Jay Gruden needs to yell at him at halftime of games more often!D.J. Swearinger - Swearinger led all Redskins defenders in tackles, while also adding a sack (which also forced a fumble that a Panthers linemen recovered), and two quarterback hits. He nearly recorded a safety on a hit at the end of the second quarter on Newton in the endzone where it looked like he was shot out of a cannon. Daron Payne - The box score may not show it, but Payne was a disruptive force on the afternoon. He was recognizing and chasing down screens (one to Olsen 10 yards down the field), and it was his pressure in the face of Cam Newton early in the second quarter that forced the under-throw that Norman intercepted. Preston Smith - This will go un-noticed in the box score as well, but I thought Preston Smith did a nice job getting multiple pressures on Cam Newton; especially later on in the game. He may have not gotten any sacks, but his hurries forced some early and off-target throws. Brian Quick - This guy was great on special teams [url=http://www.authenticswashingtonredskins.com/...-josh-doctson-jersey]White Josh Doctson Jersey[/url] , helping down two Tress Way punts inside the six yard line. He also caught two passes for 12 yards (both of which went for key first downs) and blocked well on the perimeter. Dustin Hopkins - Hopkins went three for three on his field goal attempts, his longest from 56 yards, and made both of his extra points. To call him clutch yesterday would be an understatement. Duds:Morgan Moses - Moses committed a bad hold in the beginning of the fourth quarter that negated a big Peterson run up the gut that would have given the Redskins the ball at the Panthers 25. Two plays later his defender got free and blasted Smith causing a fumble which Trent Williams recovered. Luckily, Hopkins still converted the long field goal. Moses was not particularly sharp on run blocking or pass pro on the afternoon. Mason Foster - This may be nit-picking a bit, but I thought Foster struggled in coverage against Olsen and McCaffrey. It’s probably not fair to ask him to cover either one-on-one, but that’s often the responsibilities of an inside linebacker on passing downs. 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Well, not only did he run a route, he caught three passes for 20 yards! What I liked from Josh is that he attacked the ball in the air and caught it with his hands. You could see the guy was hurting after every tackle. For him, this game merits Mini-Stud status!Misc.; It may not be pretty, but the Redskins continue to maintain some distance (albeit with some help from in-fighting between division rivals) from the rest of the pack in the NFC East. No bones about it [url=http://www.redskinsauthorizedshops.com/...rian-peterson-jersey]Authentic Adrian Peterson Jersey[/url] , their win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was ugly and is a performance that they can likely ill-afford to replicate on both sides of the football if they expect to come away with more wins, but ultimately the numbers in the leftmost column are more than the one on the right and that’s all that matters.This week on the Audible we try to answer the unanswerable question: who are the 2018 Washington Redskins? An overachieving bunch that’s playing above their talent level? A group that rises to the occasion and find ways to win ugly? The lucky beneficiaries of a weak schedule? Or perhaps some of all of the above?On a programmatic note, we’ve made a clean break and are henceforth officially migrating our live video broadcast of The Audible (both After The Whistle and when seasonally appropriate, Offseason On The Brink) from 1st Amendment Sports YouTube channel. We’ll continue to post a link to the weekly show on Hogs Haven’s Facebook page, but we highly encourage all of our wonderful weekly commenters to subscribe to the YouTube channel to receive notifications of when the show goes live.We’ll see you all back next week from Basement Podcast Studios, so keep on keeping on! [url=http://www.nflshopoutlet.com/dallas-cowboys]Custom Dallas Cowboys Jerseys[/url]
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    Below is a mock draft up to the Redskins pick at #15 in the 2019 NFL Draft.1 - Cardinals:Nick BosaEDGEOhio St.2 - 49ers:Josh AllenEDGEKentucky3 - Jets:Quinnen WilliamsDTAlabama4 - Raiders:Rashan GaryEDGE/DTMichigan5 - Buccaneers:Greedy WilliamsCBLSU6 - Giants:Dwayne HaskinsQBOhio St.7 - Jaguars:Daniel JonesQBDuke8 - Lions:Jachai PoliteEDGEFlorida9 - Bills:Jonah WilliamsOTAlabama10 - Broncos:Jeffery SimmonsDTMiss St.11 - Bengals:Devin WhiteLBLSU12 - Packers:Montez SweatEDGEMiss St.13 - Dolphins:Kyler MurrayQBOklahoma14 - Falcons:Ed OliverDTHouston15 - Redskins:Drew LockQBMissouriIt was pretty clear after seeing Alex Smith out in public for the first time since his devastating leg injury [url=http://www.redskinscheapstore.com/da_ron-payne-jersey-cheap]Cheap Da'Ron Payne Jersey[/url] , that the veteran will likely not be ready to suit up in 2019...if ever. Regardless if Alex does attempt to make a return to the playing field, the Redskins need to start planning for the future at the position. Lock offers the team a prototype quarterback with plus size, a cannon for an arm and sneaky athleticism (he held D1 scholarship offers for basketball coming out of high school). He may have to sit and learn for a while behind a veteran like Colt McCoy, but his development is much further along than many draft pundits are giving him credit for. I watched some film recently on lock and here is what I observed:16 - Panthers:Clelin FerrellEDGEClemson17 - Browns:D.K. MetcalfWROle Miss18 - Vikings:Cody FordOTOklahoma19 - Titans:Brian BurnsEDGEFlorida St20 - Steelers:Byron MurphyCBWashington21 - Seahawks:Christian WilkinsDTClemson22 - Ravens:Marquise BrownWROklahoma23 - Texans:Greg LittleOTOle Miss24 - Raiders:Devin BushLBMichigan25 - Eagles:Garrett BradburyCN.C, State26 - Colts:Dre’Mont JonesDTOhio St27 - Raiders:Kelvin HarmonWRN.C. State28 - Chargers:Dexter LawrenceDTClemson29 - Chiefs:Jaylon FergusonEDGELa Tech30 - Packers:Andre DillardOTWash. St.31 - Patriots:T.J. HockensonTEIowa32 - Rams:Deionte ThompsonSAlabamaMason/Brennan Preseason Hype! Awards: Who’s got the hype heading into the Redskins final preseason game? The Mason/Brennan Preseason Hype! Award has been given out unofficially by the fans for years to each preseason's most hyped players, but now we've made it official, and will bring it to a vote. This week's vote counts the hype heading into the Redskins preseason Week 4 game against the Ravens. Place your vote for who you feel has been the most hyped player up to this point [url=http://www.redskinsfootballauthentics.com/...rff-jersey-authentic]Youth Brandon Scherff Jersey[/url] , whether the hype is deserved or not.The Rules:1. Player must have been drafted late or signed by the Redskins as an undrafted free agent. Players that have only been on other teams practice squads that are signed by the team are also eligible.2. A player that has been on the team for several years is still eligible if most of that time has been spent on the practice squad, inactive, or with very limited productivity/timeHow have past Mason/Brennan winners done in thr NFL after receiving this glorious award?Offseason Mason/Brennan Winner: WR Trey Quinn (49%)Week 1 Mason/Brennan Winner: CB Danny Johnson (27%)Week 2 Mason/Brennan Winner: WR Cam Sims (74%)The Candidates:QB Kevin HoganCould we really go the whole preseason without nominating a QB for the Redskins most prestigious award? Kevin Hogan threw two TDs in a meaningless game and finally got some hype going into his start tonight. Expect big things in this extended look at the QB looking to replace Colt McCoy...WR Simmie Cobbs Jr.If you score a TD in the preseason and you’re an undrafted free agent, there’s a good chance you’re going to also grab a nomination here. There is also the persistent call to convert Mr Cobbs to TE. WR Darvin KidsyDid I mention that catching a TD in the 4th quarter of a preseason game will get you nominated. Welcome to the club Kidsy.WR Maurice HarrisMaurice Harris hype continues even when he can’t. Harris was cut last year after injuries limited him before final cut downs. People have him as a lock, and he might have earned that spot with a strong camp.FB/TE J.P. HoltzThis seemed like the same kind of hype that Elijah Wellman got simply for being and the roster and being a fullback. Then Adrian Peterson was signed and Jay Gruden got involved with the hype. Will All Day’s arrival get Holtz on the final roster?AD: “[Holtz] made a key block on [the big fourth-down run] and gave me a two-way go,” he said. “If you have guys who can do that, put him out there [url=http://www.redskinsfootballauthentics.com/...dis-jersey-authentic]Womens Matthew Ioannidis Jersey[/url] , because I know he’ll hit it fast and lock on his guy. That’s a lot better for running backs.”RB Kapri BibbsBibbs keeps making plays, and more importantly, staying healthy in the preseason. Is he really going to get cut so the Redskins can keep “Fit” Rob Kelley?CB Greg StromanGreg Stroman has been another decent DB pick from Virginia Tech...so far. But can we see a return, any kind of return, tonight like this for the hype gods please?CB Danny JohnsonFans, coaches, players and reporters still love them some Danny Johnson. He was our Week 2 winner [url=http://www.redskinsfootballauthentics.com/...ger-jersey-authentic]Womens D.J. Swearinger Jersey[/url] , but he is trying to be this year’s only 2-time winner.DB Adonis AlexanderHe played a real(ish) game and played most snaps at CB! The Adonis Alexander hype has been real since before the Redskins picked him up for a 6th round pick next year in the supplemental draft. 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They were awarded six players on waivers and have now added Jenkins and Stupar. That makes 15 percent of the roster changed since it was initially announced.Stupar’s uncle is former Giants quarterback Jeff Hostetler.In a corresponding roster move, the Giants waived undrafted rookie running back Robert Martin.The Giants signed Martin as a UDFA out of Rutgers after an impressive showing at the Giants rookie minicamp. Martin continued to impress throughout training camp and the preseason. It wouldn't be a surprise to see him back with the team on their practice squad. The more the New York Giants lose the more questions that raises about the future and how the organization will try to dig itself out of the mess the team has gotten into. Let’s try and answer some of those questions in this week’s Big Blue View mailbag.Ed says: Rhett Ellison has a foot injury. I really don’t know how severe, or what the exact injury is. Here’s a question for you — don’t you think it’s kind of difficult to run two-tight end sets when you are running them with your third and fourth tight ends, or with a third-team tight end and a backup offensive lineman? Is that really the best personnel to put on the field?Let’s also remember that the best pass-catching tight end they have, Evan Engram, has missed three games with a knee injury. That affects the personnel groupings. For what it’s worth, through five weeks the Giants had used two tight ends 27 percent of the time, per Sharp Football Stats.Ed says: Well, Harper, look at it this way. You’ve been hanging in there since the Giants last won the Super Bowl and six of the last seven seasons have been bad. Enjoy watching Saquon Barkley. Look for signs of progress. Enjoy those, and hang onto them. 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His receivers, especially Jeremy Shockey, caused him all sorts of grief and probably slowed his development. Eventually, the organization just chose the quarterback over the whiners. The quarterback is ALWAYS the most important player. If the organization, or the locker room, forgets that you have a problem. Right now, the Giants have a problem. If they eventually go with a youngster, the organization has to support him by stomping on, or removing trouble. As for the part about being crushed, that applies to old, immobile quarterbacks, too.Justin HerbertPhoto by Steve Dykes/Getty ImagesTom Mandler asks: With the Giants heading for a complete overhaul this offseason; what college QBs should we be watching, and what kind of building blocks could we reasonably expect if we traded Beckham (2 first round picks?).Ed says: As far as quarterbacks, the names you keep hearing are Justin Herbert (Oregon) and Drew Lock (Missouri). Trading Beckham? 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I’m especially interested in Russell Wilson (a great QB in my opinion and in the prime of his career) who seems to be having terrible problems this year (and you could see it last year too) behind one of the worst OLs in the NFL. His stats look pretty similar to Eli’s this season. Would putting a great mobile QB behind what is at present an awful Giants OL actually make much of a difference? Or are we going nowhere until the OL is fixed?Ed says: Anthony, Gettleman walked in the door saying the offensive line has to be fixed. It hasn’t been. Shurmur has said the Giants will go only as far as the offensive line can take them. So far, not very far. There are issues with the way Manning has played, certainly. Running quarterback or not, though, no team can play good, consistent offense without good offensive line play.Ed says: I don’t know that Tom Coughlin bringing Ereck Flowers to the Jacksonville Jaguars says anything about the 2015 draft. 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The trainers taped up Breida’s ankles, but he eventually walked to the locker room. He will not be returning, per FOX sideline reporter Jennifer Hale.Halftime score updateArizona took a 14-6 lead on a touchdown scored after a 49ers turnover. Raheem Mostert had the ball stripped inside Arizona territory with 13:27 remaining in the second quarter. Patrick Peterson picked the ball up and ran it to the 49ers 18 yard line. 4 plays later, David Johnson ran in from the two for the score.1st quarter injury updatePierre Gar莽on left the field after a couple drives and was taken to the locker room without his jersey or pads on. It is reported as a shoulder injury, and he is questionable to return. After that, Matt Breida suffered an injury when Cardinals safety Budda Baker landed on his lower leg during a tackle attempt. He limped off the field with his arms around the shoulders of a trainer and Kyle Juszczyk. He was spotted getting his ankle wrapped with more tape and is listed as questionable to return.49ers, Cardinals exchange touchdowns to open the gameMaybe we’ve got a shootout planned for Week 5 at Levi’s Stadium. The 49ers got on the board first with an impressive opening drive. C.J. Beathard completed all five of his passes for 59 yards, including a five-yard shovel pass to Matt Breida for a game-opening touchdown. Robbie Gould did not get the point after attempt off for a reason that seemed unclear.On the ensuing Cardinals drive, everything that went well for the 49ers offense went poorly for the 49ers defense. On the first play, they got no pressure on Josh Rosen, who found a wide open Christian Kirk for a 75-yard touchdown. Phil Dawson converted the extra point and Arizona leads 7-6 midway through the first quarter.InactivesThe 49ers have cornerback Richard Sherman back in action, but no wide receiver Marquise Goodwin. 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Wide receiver Marquise Goodwin is expected to be inactive with quadricep and hamstring issues. The team activated Victor Bolden from the suspended list on Saturday, which foreshadowed a potential inactive Goodwin. Cornerback Richard Sherman is expected to be active after missing last week’s game with a calf injury. He would start [url=http://www.authenticssanfrancisco49ers.com/...mmy-garoppolo-jersey]Youth Jimmy Garoppolo Jersey[/url] , although we don’t know who of Ahkello Witherspoon, Jimmie Ward, or Greg Mabin would start opposite Sherman.PreviewThe San Francisco 49ers are getting ready for their first divisional matchup of the year, taking on the Arizona Cardinals. This may be a bad Cardinals squad, but one that may have a step up in defense than the banged up Chargers group they recently faced. The Cardinals are looking for their first win of the season as well. This will be an afternoon game kicking off at 1:25 PM.The game will air on FOX and you can see who gets it by looking at our broadcast map. Dick Stockton and Mark Schlereth will be in the booth, while Jennifer Hale is on the sidelines. C.J. Beathard made his first start of 2018 as a surprise to everyone. He completed 62.2 percent of his passes and also was laying the ball in key positions on his receivers could get. The problem was, the receivers were not catching the ball. One such pass bounced off the hands of Garrett Celek and turned into an interception. Others were just a matter of timing things wrong from his pass catchers. Beathard also had to deal with numerous offensive line injuries as the game went on, almost getting knocked out himself on a play late in the game. The Cardinals may be a step down from the Chargers, but their defense is still no joke and the fact it’s a divisional game means it’s going to be a rough day for both teams. For Week 5, the Cardinals have been fighting their own injury issues. Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald (hamstring) is questionable (and has been held to under 200 yards for the season). DT Robert Nkemdiche is also questionable with a foot issue. For the 49ers, wide receiver Dante Pettis (knee) is out this week. Cornerback Jimmie Ward has been listed as questionable after tweaking his hamstring Thursday. Wide Receiver Marquese Goodwin (hamstring, quad) is a game time decision. Joe Staley (knee) was quoted by Kyle Shanahan as coming to the facility early to get ready so he should be good to go Sunday. Nuts and boltsLocation: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara CaliforniaGame time: Sunday, October 7th, 1:25 P.M. 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Some players will get franchised or extended but others will be hitting the open market. We’ll take a look at each position and see if any hopeful players would be a good fit for the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers didn’t need running backs, but they are going to be in need of some guards. Be it free agency or through the draft, they are going to need some bodies. The team does have Laken Tomlinson on the left side, but that right guard spot has question marks. Joshua Garnett is still on the team, though for how long anyone can guess. Mike Person carved out a role for himself at right guard, but he’s scheduled to become a free agent. And if Person leaves, that’s a big gap to fill. And Tomlinson himself may not be safe either. Maybe the 49ers decide to get competition on both sides? Much like with fullbacks and running backs, I’m looping both left and right guards in this list and we can sort things out in the comments. There’s a lot available. For one thing, if you think the 49ers should give Marcus Martin another shot, that could be arranged (no, he’s not coming back). Zane Beadles is also on the market if you are so inclined to try him again. But to get exactly what the 49ers need, right guard is the priority. They will need a good zone-blocking guard with some speed and agility to them, which narrows the playing field a bit. The 49ers could try getting a power blocker, but it might take more time to acclimate to Shanahan’s systemMany teams will run different run-blocking schemes through a single game, but the one guy who sticks out to me that knows the Shanahan scheme is Atlanta Falcons guard Andy Levitre. Yes, he’s a bit long in the tooth and yes, he’s a left guard, but Levitre has experience in Shanahan’s offense. If the 49ers wanted to plug him in on a two-year deal for the right side (or move Tomlinson over) they could then draft a guard of the future and have them develop. 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