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Momentum shifts ahead of 49ers-Cowboys tilt

The start of the 2016 season looked promising for the San Francisco 49ers as they opened up at Levi's Stadium with a huge win over a NFC West opponent, the Los Angeles Rams. The Dallas Cowboys entered the season missing their leader on offense, quarterback Tony Romo, and started two rookies in the offensive backfield. Then Dallas lost to NFC East rivals, the New York Giants, at home in the season opener.

How quickly momentum shifts in the NFL. Entering Week 4, the Cowboys head to the Bay area on a high to take on the 49ers in a late afternoon start. The Cowboys are riding a two-game win streak while the 49ers fortunes haven't been as good. San Francisco enters this contest on a two-game losing streak and issues at the quarterback position. The 49ers are 30th in passing yards per game (175.3) and only 16 of 46 on third downs, which equates to 34.8 percent.

Said 49ers head coach Chip Kelly, "I characterize the offense as OK. We need to convert. We had eight shots at third-and-five or less that we need to convert on third down so we can stay on the field and continue to keep drives alive.

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NFC West Division
TeamWLTPct
Los Angeles 210.667
Seattle 210.667
San Francisco 120.333
Arizona 120.333
Full Standings
Leaders
Pass Yds: B. Gabbert532
Pass TDs: B. Gabbert3
Rush Yds: C. Hyde225
Rush TDs: C. Hyde4
Rec Yds: J. Kerley114
Rec TDs: V. McDonald2
Int: R. Armstrong1
Sacks: A. Brooks2.0
Offense (Rank)
Yards: 876 (29)
Passing Yards: 532 (32)
Rushing Yards: 350 (11)
Points per game: 24.3 (14)
Yards per game: 292.0 (29)
Touchdowns: 9 (11)
Field Goals: 3 (30)
Defense (Rank)
Yards: 1132 (20)
Passing Yards: 791 (14)
Rushing Yards: 368 (23)
Points per game: 27.7 (24)
Yards per game: 377.3 (20)
Touchdowns: 8 (21)
Field Goals: 7 (28)
Transactions
Date Player Transactions
9/27 A. Davis retired
9/27 K. Martin signed Two-year contract (through 2017)
9/21 S. Skov active/prac. squad
9/21 C. Grant pract. squad add
9/21 R. Armstrong on IR chest
9/15 C. Harper pract. squad add
9/13 D. Harris signed
9/13 C. Harper cut
9/12 C. Harper active/prac. squad
9/12 D. Harris cut
Injuries
Date Player Status
9/25 M. Cromartie ankle (Questionable)
9/25 A. Davis concussion (Out)
9/25 J. Tartt knee (Questionable)
9/21 R. Armstrong chest (IR)
9/18 M. Cromartie ankle (Questionable)
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