By By Ron Kroichick GREEN BAY, Wis. — This was all set up for C.J. Beathard.
He played splendidly in the first half, matching artistic spirals and gaudy numbers with Aaron Rodgers. Even as the 49ers nursed their lead into the fourth quarter, Beathard avoided those deflating mistakes he made the previous two weeks, after he replaced Jimmy Garoppolo.
And then he fluttered one regrettable pass downfield. Interception. Rodgers suddenly had the ball back, with 1:07 left and the game tied at 30-30. That was enough, as it turned out.
Rodgers authored another dramatic comeback, setting up Mason Crosby’s field goal on the final play. Just like [READ MORE HERE]
Source: SF Gate Sports