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The San Francisco 49ers weren’t happy with, and then in a scheduling quirk they had to play another game there on Sunday.
And in the first quarter against the New York Giants, they suffered another injury.
Tight end Jordan Reed tried to drag his back foot in bounds at the back of the end zone, and immediately went down grabbing his leg. He was able to walk off but went straight to the locker room with trainers.
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Two members of the San Francisco 49ers suffered potentially season-ending injuries in Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, and the team seems to know what to blame. © Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports Two members of the San Francisco 49ers suffered potentially season-ending injuries in Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, and the tea MetLife Stadium had new synthetic field turf installed during the offseason, and Sunday’s game was the second to be played on it.
It’s hard to know if the turf had anything to do with the injury, but it backs up the 49ers’ gripes that the Giants’ and Jets’ home field is not up to standard. The NFL said the field was safe this week after San Francisco complained about it following injuries to players like defensive linemen Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas and quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
Presumably, the 49ers aren’t going to be any happier with the field conditions after another player went down.
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