Good Lord, picking on Tyron when the entire line looked like they didn't know what they were doing.
Play 1: Dak HAS to see the blitz coming off the line. Blocking assignments were already set and in motion. You can fault Tyron for not breaking off his assignment but that blitz was so quick, the Tyron of today probably gets beat on that play 4 out of five times, especially at RT.
Play 2: Tyron and Zach get fooled on a stunt. Give credit to the rushing defenders, they did a great job at the point of attack. But both of our guys looked bad on that play, really bad. About the only two RT's I could see recovering to make the play are Johnson and Wirfs.
Play 3: *** was that? 49er defender attacks the gap between Zach and Tyron, while our center gets to the next level without touching a single player and not realizing the play is getting blown up. Tyler does his best while the LG is getting totally owned. Of course, the RB, instead of seeing the blocker running behind the line to seal off the defender on the far right, decides to just plow into the disaster in front of him and goes nowhere.
Play 4: Tyron is beat, period. But Dak should have seen the back right in his line of sight open for a gain.
Play 5: Tyron held up his man for 3 secs but gets overwhelmed. Kudos to Tyler, nice job on that play. A chip on the way out by the back would have been nice to help out Tyron, it's not like Zeke did much else.
Play 6: Tyron did his job. Dak looks like he panicked...or was looking for the invisible TE. Looks as if the 49ers DB's had very good coverage.
The 49ers have a top tier defense, and they are paid to play just like our guys. I'm glad we didn't resign Schultz. He stole money that game. Let's also not forget that Tyron was playing RT and had little prep time for what was coming. Some of that is coaching.