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Juice Check Womens Brock Coyle Jersey , Week 4: A small silver lining in 49ers-Chiefs Jimmy Garoppolo is out for the year, joining RB Jerick McKinnon, and all is gloom among the 49ers faithful.However, one pillar of Kyle Shanahan’s scheme stood tall Sunday.Kyle Juszczyk showed the full range of his value, from catching the team’s only first half touchdown to steady work behind the running game — which will be all the more important with C.J. Beathard in at QB. Say what you will about his passing and ability to read defenses, but Beathard’s hand-offs are not a big drop from Garoppolo’s.Juice’s role in this offense has increased every game this year. He was in for fully 53 of 68 offensive plays Sunday, plus his usual role on punt coverage. Part of that reflects Kyle Shanahan’s surprising — and surprisingly successful — strategy of coming back from a big deficit with long, grinding run-based drives. Juice showed his value in the running game over and over, with a combination of lead blocks out of I-formation and occasional backside “wham” blocks to keep defenses guessing. During the final fourth quarter drive, for example, the Niners had the ball at the fifty yard line, first and ten. Juszczyk drove linebacker Reggie Ragland back five yards and pancaked him, clearing the way for Matt Breida to pick up five yards. And earlier, at 5:15 of the 3rd, he cleared out DB Kendall Fuller two yards past the line of scrimmage, then ran downfield and pushed the pile forward, finishing off a 16-yard gain for Alfred Morris.He was also valuable in pass protection on eight plays, holding off some pretty intense bull rushes and free runners. But what everyone will remember about this game were Juszczyk’s marquee offensive touches. He had two highlight plays on NFL.com, and for the second time this year in three games, the longest reception by the 49ers at 35 yards. During a dismal first half when the 49ers could not sustain a drive, Juice broke the ice by sneaking out on a drag route that broke downfield. It completely fooled the Chiefs, leaving him wide open for a deep pass.Garoppolo’s pass was no where near hitting him in stride, but the fullback was able to flip around Womens Nick Bosa Jersey , haul it in and outrace a safety to the end zone. His soft hands are an underrated part of his skill set.At the end of the game, Juszczyk executed a nifty run option play, taking the handoff from Garoppolo, running toward the slot, and masterfully pitching to Matt Breida at the last second for a 13-yard gain inside the red zone. Again, it’s not only that he could do the play, but that he did it so well. Often, on “trick” plays like this, you see the rarely-used back look uncertain and, as often or not, bobble or even fumble the ball. Juice looked like he had been a triple option QB in college, and I have no doubt that if a defender had not filled the slot, he would have run it in himself.In fact, Juszczyk is currently the emergency QB for the Niners (now that Jerick McKinnon is out injured).As Matt Maiocco recently noted, he was the emergency QB at Baltimore too, played some quarterback in high school, and ran Wildcat plays as a tight end at Harvard. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him taking some more reps in practice, and throwing a pass in a game later this year.To be fair, Juszczyk was called for the OPI penality on the Niners’ last offensive play, nullifying Beathard’s TD pass, but there was widespread agreement — including by Fox analysts — that the call was crap.And these highlight plays don’t even cover the extent of Juice’s contributions on passing. He drew an 18-yard DPI penalty on a wheel route against KC’s dime backer, Anthony Hitchens, at 2:20 of the first quarter.And exactly one quarter later Joshua Garnett Jersey , at 2:20 of the second, Juszczyk (blue circle) was wide open for a solid gain, but Jimmy Garoppolo inexplicably chose to target Pierre Gar莽on (red circle) who was quadruple-teamed. It’s hard to be optimistic about this season, but if nothing else, Kyle Shanahan is finding more and more ways to make use of Juice, and that part of his offense should be fully developed for some future date when other key skill players are healthy. SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP)Dwight Clark will forever be remembered for one iconic moment, his leap in the back of the end zone to make a fingertip grab of a game-winning touchdown that launched the San Francisco 49ers dynasty and is one of the most indelible images in NFL history.Clark, the author of one play simply known as ”The Catch,” died Monday just more than one year after revealing he had ALS. He was 61.”My heart is broken,” former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr. said in a statement. ”Today, I lost my little brother and one of my best friends. I cannot put into words how special Dwight was to me and to everyone his life touched. He was an amazing husband, father, grandfather, brother and a great friend and teammate. He showed tremendous courage and dignity in his battle with ALS and we hope there will soon be a cure for this horrendous disease.”I will always remember Dwight the way he was – larger than life, handsome, charismatic and the only one who could pull off wearing a fur coat at our Super Bowl parade. He was responsible for one of the most iconic plays in NFL history that began our run of Super Bowl championships, but to me, he will always be an extension of my family. I love him and will miss him terribly.”Clark said in March 2017 that he had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig’s disease), which attacks cells that control muscles. He suspected playing football might have caused the illness.The team said he died Monday surrounded by friends and family.DeBartolo recently hosted a reunion in Montana where many of Clark’s former teammates came for one final goodbye.”It was beautiful because we got to see him smile,” said former teammate Roger Craig, who said he almost fainted when he heard the news of Clark’s death.”That’s all I wanted to see him smiling. We cried, we all got a taste of Dwight Womens Dante Pettis Jersey , all we wanted to do is see him smile the whole time we all were there and he smiled the whole time. He made us feel good and I know he felt good knowing he had all those teammates there to support him.”Clark won two Super Bowls with the 49ers during a nine-year career that ended in 1987. He memorably pulled down the winning touchdown pass from Joe Montana in the NFC championship game against the Dallas Cowboys following the 1981 season, a play remembered simply as ”The Catch .”It’s considered one of the most significant plays in NFL history and sent the Niners to their first of five Super Bowl titles in a span of 14 seasons.The play happened on Jan. 10, 1982, when the upstart 49ers hosted the Cowboys in the NFC title game. With the 49ers facing a third down at the Dallas 6 with less than a minute to play, coach Bill Walsh called ”Sprint Right Option.”Montana rolled out and retreated under pressure from Ed ”Too Tall” Jones and Larry Bethea before lofting the ball toward the back of the end zone. Clark leaped to make a fingertip catch over Everson Walls and the 49ers went on to win the game 28-27 and then their first Super Bowl two weeks later against Cincinnati.Clark memorably wore a fur coat to the parade.”Start of a dynasty,” said former 49ers president Carmen Policy, who later hired Clark as general manager of the Cleveland Browns. ”I don’t let myself go down the road of what would have happened if he doesn’t make that catch? As Joe Montana says, what would have happened if I didn’t throw that pinpoint pass perfectly angled to be in the only spot where he should catch and no one else would be able to interfere with it.”But without that play, I wonder where we would have been. And I stopped thinking about it, because so much happened after that. And yet, Dwight seemed to handle it in stride and the two of them, The Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, they used to have fun playing off of each other, or who would take the credit, and this and that and so forth. But it was a special day.”In attendance that day, was 4-year-old Tom Brady, who grew up cheering for the 49ers and has gone on to win five Super Bowls with New England.”I got a chance to meet him when we happened to share the same orthodontist in San Mateo and I sabotaged one of his visits just to meet him and shake his hand,” Brady said.”He was incredibly gracious to me that day as a young boy. And I never forget the impact he made on me as all our heroes do. I am sad tonight hearing of his passing of ALS, but I know he is now resting and at peace finally after many years valiantly fighting such a terrible disease.”Clark joined the Niners as a 10th-round pick out of Clemson in 1979 in the same draft class that brought Joe Montana to San Francisco. He got there by good fortune after only 33 catches in three college seasons as former 49ers coach Bill Walsh needed someone to catch passes from Steve Fuller at a pre-draft workout.Clark impressed Walsh enough to get drafted. Montana recalled that Clark left his playbook on his bed each night in case he got cut, but eventually made the team. He played on two Super Bowl winners, making two Pro Bowls and catching 506 passes for 6,750 yards and 48 touchdowns in nine seasons with San Francisco.”We are grateful for the decades of love and friendship we shared,” Montana said in a statement with his wife http://www.49erslockerroom.com/authenti ... ore-jersey , Jennifer. ”We are praying for Dwight, his family and for all your prayers also. We will miss you dearly!”Clark made his last public appearance in October when the 49ers hosted ”Dwight Clark Day” at Levi’s Stadium. Clark spoke to the crowd from a suite that afternoon in a weakened voice, calling his disease a ”little thing” he was dealing with at the time. He also thanked the fans and dozens of teammates who came back for the event.”He will forever live on in our memories for `The Catch’ but also for his kind, gentle and courageous spirit,” commissioner Roger Goodell said.”We send our deepest sympathies and love to Dwight’s wife, Kelly, his family, teammates, and the many people whose lives he touched, including mine, throughout his career and life.”Clark is survived by his wife, Kelly, and three children, daughter Casey, and sons Riley and Mac, from a previous marriage.”I’m heartbroken to tell you that today I lost my best friend and husband,” Kelly Clark said on Twitter. ”He passed peacefully surrounded by many of the people he loved most. I am thankful for all of Dwight’s friends, teammates and 49ers fans who have sent their love during his battle with ALS.”—AP Sports Writer Janie McCauley contributed to this report.—