First, he leaped above the outstretched arms of Rams cornerback Derion Kendrick on the 48-yard line after which stepped out of the clasp Los Angeles security Taylor Rapp had on his ft. And then, Deebo Samuel was off.
A lower in the direction of the center of the sphere on the Rams’ 45 rotated L.A. defensive again Grant Haley and negated linebacker Bobby Wagner’s pursuit from behind. And as soon as George Kittle crushed Rams security Nick Scott on the Los Angeles 32, Samuel was in open house. The turf at Levi’s Stadium morphed into a luxurious inexperienced park in Inman, South Carolina, and Tyshun was free and operating.
The ball in his arms, and room to run, have been the particular substances that turned Samuel into an NFL star. When he’s free and operating, the 49ers are hovering.
“Get the ball in his hands,” Jimmy Garoppolo stated, “and let him get some space, good things are going to happen.”
To the 30. To the 25. The 6-foot, 215-pound Samuel shifted gears and had the wind at his again.