The 49ers lost to the Cardinals 47-7, but that's only the tip of the iceberg.
Colin Kaepernick probably had the worst game of all, throwing a career-worst four interceptions. After the game, that fact was hard to ignore. Carlos Hyde told reporters that he didn't think the game plan needed to change, but did have some comments about some of the passes Kaepernick was making.
"I mean, it's not that you can't throw that," Hyde said. "It's just that you can't make that turnover. There was guys open. The ball just dropped down to the other person."
Things definitely looked a bit off with Kaepernick and San Francisco, and Cardinals safety Tyrann Mathieu was overall unimpressed with the offensive scheme of 49ers. It was like a walk in the park.
Arizona's Tyrann Mathieu, postgame: "Their passing game has been simplified so much, it was easy for us to anticipate routes."— Bruce Jenkins (@Bruce_Jenkins1) September 28, 2015