49ers 2014 tickets go on sale

The first play
of the game was a sign of things to come.
Colin Kaepernick threw an interception the first time he touched the ball on Sunday, and it only got worse.

The San Francisco 49ers
fell to the Oakland Raiders, 24-13.
San Francisco (7-6) struggled on both sides of the ball, while Oakland (2-11) won over a O.co Coliseum crowd that was littered with red and gold.
The issues didn't start and end with Kaepernick and the offense. The 49ers defense, affected by injury in the backfield and by execution up front, was unable to contain Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr and Co.

This one will sting, but San Francisco's postseason hopes do remain alive.
Each of the 12 NFL experts we polled during the week picked the 49ers to win the game but by varying scores.

Second-year safety Eric Reid led the 49ers pregame huddle on the field.
 Dan Skuta, not veteran starter Ahmad Brooks, began the game at outside linebacker opposite of Aldon Smith.

 Wideout Anquan Boldin finally got his wish: a handoff from the backfield, which went for a 4-yard carry late in the first quarter. Two plays later, Boldin again motioned his way alongside Kaepernick before a fake handoff led to a seven-yard catch. Credit offensive coordinator Greg Roman for the setup and the payoff.

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