(Opening statement…) "I don't have a lot to say. We had our opportunities today. But we did not capitalize on them. The opportunities I speak about are primarily in the second half, down 17-0. We got in the red zone. We went for it on fourth down and came away with nothing. So, onside kick, we have it in our hands, lose it- things like that. So when I speak of opportunities, those are opportunities we had. We had several dropped balls in the game. Again, we didn't capitalize on any opportunities we had.
Defensively, the same thing. We stopped them three times in the second half. And the fourth time, we come out and don't execute. We let them go down and get the touchdown."
(Did the loss of your father, have an effect on the football team today…) "I appreciate the question. I don't want to make this about me, because it is not. Our football team lost for an entirely different reason. So if you don't mind, I respect your question, but if you would respect mine, I would rather just rather keep it on the team level."
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(What needs to be done differently…) "We still have a lot of work do to. We still have a lot of football left as well. In some ways you can look at that and say yea and some ways, my god. But hopefully we look at it and make strides and good ones."
(What can you do to change things up or the attitude of the team…) "I would say is that during the week there is nothing I would want to change. The attitude is great, plus they work hard. But when we show up for the game, I don't even think the attitude is bad in the game. But when opportunity strikes and where you can make a play, it just doesn't go. I don't know how many balls we dropped today, but even that onside kick. That's just like clockwork. When the ball in your hands. It was like the only guy who knew the ball was coming was the guy that had the ball in his hands. They (Seattle) had no idea. Therefore we should make that play. There are several plays in there, tipped a ball, there's no one around to intercept it. A fumbled ball, nobody's around to pick it up. It's little things like that, that are frustrating. The one thing I will say, is that they (49ers) are looking consistently the same, it's missed opportunities more than anything else. So it's not as if we have had none.