Christian McCaffrey Believes An Old Rule Could Have Saved The 49ers’ Season

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49ers running back Christian McCaffrey believes that the NFL’s 2011 abolishment of the “emergency quarterback” rule cost his team a chance to go to the Super Bowl. After losing both Brock Purdy and Josh Johnson to injuries during the NFC Championship game, San Francisco’s offense stagnated badly in a 31-7 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. “You don’t want to make excuses, but it just sucks, because we wish we had a healthy quarterback for a full game and just kind of see how the game would have panned out,” McCaffrey said on FanDuel TV’s Up and Adams. “It’s a really good team that we played, but…

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