Brian Hoyer benched by 49ers, replaced by rookie CJ Beathard


Quarterback C.J. Beathard #3 of the San Francisco 49ers and quarterback Kirk Cousins #8 of the Washington Redskins talk after the Washington Redskins defeated the San Francisco 49ers, 26-24, at FedExField on October 15, 2017 in Landover, Maryland. The rookie third-round pick entered the game midway through the second quarter and provided a spark to the offense.

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The 49ers on Sunday became the first team in National Football League history to lose five straight games by 3 points or fewer. "By no means were things ideal, but the game is not too big for the guy, and he comes in and doesn't hesitate". He comes in and doesn't hesitate.

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Beathard completed 19-of-36 passes for 245 yards and threw one touchdown to one interception. "It wasn't ideal, but when you've got a tough guy who hangs in there and competes, I think he'll learn from it". Despite the loss, there are some positives for San Francisco, which will be reflected in our postgame grades from Week 6. It's something you dream about as a kid, going in and playing your first National Football League game. "I'm going to watch this tape, and there's a ton of stuff to learn from". There's a lot of stuff I can learn from and get better at. Beathard will make his first start against Dallas in Week 7.

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