Davis: 'It's almost like we didn't even play a game'
With tight end Vernon Davis and and really. How do you title game like this are all those games in NFL history as strange names mean screeners first time since 1986. -- overtime mean what sticks out about this. It's almost as if we didn't play games mentally. Because you don't get a win you know you don't take that take take a loss. Just keep your record and really keep pushing. Industry and Alex Smith. And Hoffman started out a little this things get rolling with a touchdown pass to Michael Crabtree and -- -- goes out. How did things change or not change the cap earning Kaman had this offense suggests a different quarterback. We just had to adjust on the fly. But I was took some of the other reporters. We quite have the timing. Down -- with Colin but we were able to adapt. And make it happen. It certainly turned to you more eyes on Michael Crabtree as well talking him on the sidelines you have to say anything to him. Not -- -- I just wonder and let them know that you know I'm -- room I'm on the same page as him. You know depend on what their the route was to play. When to have that communication with them. -- was emotions like that then on the sideline this team have been down the entire game so little more than eight minutes left. And then francs 2010 yard touchdown irony that young -- you're tied tenured advertisers are the emotions that last quarter and a half. We just we just kept them believe. We can do a -- we had to keep that because I mean these guys can play today. I knew that you know it was a chance that they will come and bring everything that they had in and they did does that mean this is in a bit. Mean just as you see it. A team with a that record is not like viewers don't mean they can't come and bring it and they did just that today. That's something that you instead lesson for you before the bye week you can are concerned if you want only is lamenting the team that. Rams came off the bye week they certainly seen -- more sense of urgency of -- and did you feel the same point it's. Yeah that's -- I don't I don't really. Support that we -- It kind of takes the team out of there an element you know that stigma of the zone but. I'm not gonna blame this game you know for the about a week. I'm not -- blame it because we had numerous days -- to get things corrected it included a great game plan together. It was so it just wasn't. The day for us -- 62 in one sound strange to say kind of like a hockey record. It does this -- and I think you are humans through time what kind of get back here.
Vernon Davis talks about the feeling after a tie game and the team's mindset heading into next week's game vs. the Bears.