Nick Bosa hilariously admits he forgot routine after 49ers losses – NBC Sports Bay Area & California

SANTA CLARA — Nick Bosa, the standout defensive end for the 49ers, humorously admitted that his memory might not be the greatest. He revealed that it had been so long since the team’s last regular-season loss, which occurred on October 23, 2022, during Week 7 of the 2022 season, that he had forgotten the routine they followed after a defeat.

On Thursday, Bosa was quoted saying, “It’s been a long time since we lost. Actually forgot what the routine was when it comes to team meetings and all that stuff. It was tough, we kind of had to eat it for an extra day. We were kind of dreading coming in here for meetings. Regular season last year we didn’t have one for a long time, and it happens, so we got to bounce back.”

Interestingly, it had been almost a year since Bosa returned to the team headquarters after a regular-season loss, and even longer since the 49ers’ defense allowed an opponent to rush for over 150 yards. In their recent game against the Cleveland Browns, the 49ers’ defense, known for its stinginess in rushing yards allowed, gave up 160 yards on the ground. However, in the last 26 games, including the playoffs, Bosa and the defense have only permitted eight teams to gain 100 or more rushing yards.

The only two teams that managed to achieve 150 or more rushing yards during this period were the Atlanta Falcons in Week 6 of the 2023 NFL season and the Cleveland Browns in the recent game.

Although the entire 49ers locker room wasn’t particularly excited about watching the game film of their loss to the Browns, they treated the film sessions as valuable teaching moments for improvement. The team’s goal is to learn from their mistakes and avoid repeating them.

Bosa wisely stated, “When you think you played bad, they are never as bad as you think. And when you played great, it’s the same thing — you weren’t as good as you thought. It wasn’t quite as bad but definitely not ideal.”

The 49ers have an extended time to prepare for their upcoming game against the Minnesota Vikings’ run game on “Monday Night Football” at U.S. Bank Stadium. Bosa and his teammates will be working hard to ensure a victory that will once again allow them to forget what follows a regular-season loss.

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