Former Bear Robbie Gould gets emotional after game-winning kick

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He hauled in all eight of his targets for 99 yards while working with Garoppolo extensively for the first time. "Now he has a game to really learn from what was good, what was bad".

Unlike most games this season in which similar issues have cropped up, the Niners were able to overcome those miscues and seal the deal this time. The Bears only managed 147 yards of total offense compared to the 388 yards that the 49ers gained.

"Everything's been tough, trying to get here and trying to get everything down as quickly as possible". When you go through this stuff, now it's nice to be able to coach off of this stuff. "But I think we came out there, obviously, some things to improve on, we'll watch the tape and get better at that stuff". Marquise Goodwin and Trent Taylor had arguably their best performances as 49ers. San Francisco had drives sputter out at the Chicago nine, 17, and 16-yard lines en route to three more field goals that made this a 14-12 Bears lead late in the fourth quarter.

Criticism in the immediate aftermath was notably harsh, with 670 The Score football expert Hub Arkush tweeting that "It's hard to imagine any excuse for allowing John Fox and Dowell Loggains to coach the last four games of the season for the Bears", while his Score and Pro Football Weekly colleague Greg Gabriel tweeted: "This is a 1 win team that totally kicked the Bears ass". Taylor will be in the WR4/flex mix in PPR leagues in Week 14 at Houston.

Gould, who was cut by the Chicago Bears past year, literally beat his old team all by himself. Our receivers made some plays, and we were able to finish it running and to take the clock down. Especially at the end there.

Robbie Gould was no doubt the MVP today for the San Francisco 49ers.

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"That's the trust part you have with teammates". And hopefully it keeps grows with everybody. "It all plays a hand in each other".

Unfortunately, the pick goes on Garoppolo's record instead of Murphy's. And what does it say that Bellamy did as much during in an interview that included veteran cornerback Prince Amukamara and rookie back Tarik Cohen looming over Bellamy from atop locker-room seats and listening in?

How did we get here?

Nobody is quite sure why Chicago coach John Fox allowed San Francisco to bleed away nearly two minutes at game's end instead of choosing to let them score for a chance at coming back for the win.

He apparently didn't see Gould's talent either, electing to release the kicker right before the 2016 season in a move that also falls on general manager Ryan Pace, who ultimately has control of the 53-man roster.

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