Brandon Jacobs, both starting quarterbacks inactive tonight


If Brandon Jacobs really does hate his boss, another game warming the bench is unlikely to change that.

Jacobs, the 49ers running back who still hasn’t played this season, is inactive once again for tonight’s game against the Bears.

As expected, both starting quarterbacks, San Francisco’s Alex Smith and Chicago’s Jay Cutler, are also on the inactive list for tonight’s game.

The 49ers’ other inactives are A.J. Jenkins, LaMichael James, Joe Looney, Trenton Robinson and Ian Williams. The Bears’ other inactives are D.J. Moore, Dane Sanzenbacher, Edwin Williams, Matt Toeaina, Shea McClellin and Cheta Ozougwu.

9 responses to “Brandon Jacobs, both starting quarterbacks inactive tonight

  1. This guy has always been a punk and a bully…He always picks on the little people..Remember when he used to pick on poor little Laron Landry???

    And I am a Skins fan….When this dude got moving down hill, he was tough to beat!

  2. Inexcusable for your first two draft picks to not get a single down of experience between them their first year, when you’ve had several blowouts in which they could have played.
    Either you didn’t need them, in which case it was STUPID to draft them, or they are total busts who can’t play in the league… especially at running back… where rookies are more able to contribute than any other position, at least on any other team.
    Hunter scored his second touchdown of the year tonight, and has exactly one run longer than 20 yards… presumably that’s what you drafted James for… and still James sits, on an offense whose biggest lack is for a true big play speed threat. Same for Jenkins… your deep threats are Manningham and Moss, who have 3 td’s and eight plays over 20 yards between them, and still Jenkins can’t get on the field?
    Ditto for your biggest free agent acquisition; if you bought Jacobs only for use as an emergency backup, then there were far cheaper options.

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