San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan knew

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San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan knew

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things wouldn't always go quite as smoothly for Nick Mullens as they did in his first start.So when Mullens followed up his record-setting debut with a spottier performance that included two interceptions and a failed late drive Frank Gore Jersey , Shanahan wasn't overly concerned and remains committed to Mullens as the starter when the team returns from the bye next week."I think it's a positive experience," Shanahan said Tuesday. "The guy's played one game in his career. I know statistically that was the best start in NFL history. I mean, I think Nick did some real good things yesterday, too. It was a little bit more of a challenge in some circumstances. ... What I liked about Nick is he never seemed rattled throughout the whole game, continued playing. He was great after the game. He was great watching film with him. I say it's a good experience or step forward because I think he'll get better from each experience he has."Just about everything went right for Mullens in his debut against the Oakland Raiders on Nov. 1, when he joined Hall of Famers Jim Kelly and Fran Tarkenton as the only players with at least 250 yards passing, three touchdown passes and no interceptions in the first career game. He also had the most efficient debut since the merger for a player with at least 20 attempts, posting a 151.9 rating in the 34-3 win.It wasn't quite like that in a 27-23 loss to the New York Giants on Monday night. Mullens went 27 for 39 for 250 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions.He helped San Francisco (2-8) build a 10-point lead in the second half before the team blew it. Mullens then drove the Niners to the 21 in the closing minute before his last-ditch pass sailed out of the back of the end zone to send San Francisco to another loss.Mullens' best play came in the third quarter when he went through several reads before finding running back Matt Breida for an 11-yard touchdown pass that made it 20-10.But there were also some mistakes Roger Craig Jersey , like a slightly off-target pass to Marquise Goodwin that led to an interception in the second half and a late throw to Kendrick Bourne that led to an earlier pick in the first half that set up a New York touchdown."I thought he did some decent things last night," Shanahan said. "He's a good pocket passer, so I want him to be perfect at it. He was pretty good on a number of his reads. He had a touchdown get into the last guy in his progression. Had a couple big plays, getting into number two and three. But, I want him to be automatic. I know that's what he wants to do, too. And we'll keep working at it until he is."The 49ers should be healthy when they return from the bye with Shanahan predicting that everyone on the roster should be available to practice next week. That includes linebacker Reuben Foster, who missed the past two games with a hamstring injury, as well as receiver Pierre Garcon (knee) and safety Jaquiski Tartt (shoulder) Ronnie Lott Jersey , who sat out Monday with injuries.Defensive backs K'Waun Williams (stinger) and receiver Goodwin were banged up in the game against the Giants but aren't expected to miss any time. Just a bit longer until they announce a team that doesn’t want to be on the show." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteNiners Nationa San Francisco 49ers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsLibrary49ersOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections 49ers Salary CapLevi’s Stadium Events49ers Transactions49ers Injury News49ers Press Conferences & Conference CallsHard Knocks announcement en routeNew,39commentsJust a bit longer until they announce a team that doesn’t want to be on the show. PDTShareTweetShareShareHard Knocks announcement en routeThere’s one question we still haven’t gotten answers for and that’s who the hell is going to be on “Hard Knocks” in a few months. Apparently, that question is about to be answered: We already got word that the 49ers were probably not going to be forced into doing the show and that the Raiders seem like the clear choice. Nothing official has been made about either. As a 49ers fan I’d love to see some behind the scenes stuff with the front office/coaching staff, but I understand why they are reluctant to allow anyone inside the building and respect the decision. I’d definitely watch it if they were on there, but I am in no way disappointed that the Oakland Raiders will be the subject if they don’t it. Of course, I’d be rather amused if someone else got the nod. Washington seems like torture from an entertainment standpoint. New York would be interesting in that I’d like to see some Eli Manning/Daniel Jones interactions. So this is your friendly reminder. “Hard Knocks” announcement coming and a lot of teams aren’t too thrilled.

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