Anthony Armstrong didn’t catch any passes against Dallas last Sunday despite starting the game. However, he believes the positive impact he had on the offense was unmistakable.
His vertical route in the third quarter cleared two defenders from the left side of the field, allowing space for WR Jabar Gaffney’s 28-yard completion near the left sideline.
“I was able to help, not necessarily production-wise, but just the fact being out there … take some safeties off the top and be able to hit Jabar and Fred [Davis] underneath, things like that,” Armstrong said. “I think I was helpful.”
Polumbus not the problem
Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan indicated that left guard Tyler Polumbus will get another chance to start this week after debuting against Dallas last Sunday.
“He did not cost us the game at all,” Shanahan said. “That was really what I was hoping, what I was going to be happy with. He had been here for a week, and he’s not truly a guard, anyways. He’s a tall tackle.
“But for him to go in there versus the people he was going against — he got beat; it cost us a couple plays, but he was definitely not the difference in us losing.”
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