NFL podcast with Jeremy Kahn: As opposed to critics opinion 49ers show no signs of improvements; Raiders Mack is a machine

AP file photo: Chicago Bears quarterback Mark Barkley gets tuned up for their game against the Tennessee Titans last Sunday as Barkley and the Bears host the San Francisco 49ers this coming Sunday

On the NFL podcast with Jeremy Kahn filling in this week for Tony Renteria:

San Francisco 49ers (1-10): It was a close attempt at coming back for the 49ers last Sunday in Miami last Sunday. The 49ers made an effort in the end but lost their ninth straight game. 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick was stopped at the goal line twice first when he went to throw in the end zone for Torrey Smith who ran a slant as the ball was thrown slightly behind Smith.

The next attempt Kaepernick ran a keeper but was stopped at the goal line by linebacker Kiko Alsono and lineman Ndomukong Suh. The 49ers have now lost a franchise record ten straight games. Do the 49ers in spite of last week’s loss look better than in recent weeks JJ says no improvement and where? Also expect more of the same when they play the Bears (2-9) at Soldier Field this Sunday.

Oakland Raiders (9-2): How surprising was it to beat Cam Newton and the NFL Champs Carolina Panthers (4-7). Derrek Carr Raiders quarterback went 26-38 with two touchdowns and an interception. Jeremy also talks about Khalil Mack the AFC defensive player of the week. They win big in Mexico City against Houston (6-5) and at the Oakland Coliseum against the Panthers. The Raiders host the Buffalo Bills this weekend at the Oakland Coliseum.

Jeremy Kahn is filling in for Tony Renteria for this week’s edition of the NFL podcast at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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