49ers’ Coach Wilks Owns Up to Zero-Blitz Decision Against Vikings

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49ers’ Wilks takes responsibility for zero-blitz call vs. Vikings originally appeared on NBC Sports Bay Area

SANTA CLARA — In the wake of the San Francisco 49ers’ Week 7 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, defensive coordinator Steve Wilks faced scrutiny for his zero-blitz call that resulted in a touchdown. Taking full responsibility, Wilks admitted he can do better in putting his players in the best position to succeed. Despite the mistake, he expressed confidence in the team’s talent and his coaching abilities moving forward.

Wilks, known for his experience as a defensive backs coach, has been adjusting to his role as the 49ers’ defensive coordinator. Despite the defensive line’s lackluster performance in the loss against the Vikings, Wilks maintains confidence in his coaching staff and the team’s personnel. With the Cincinnati Bengals up next, Wilks understands the importance of cleaning up defensive errors and preparing for quarterback Joe Burrow and wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase, who have been key offensive threats for the Bengals this season. As Wilks continues to learn and adapt, he remains committed to improving the team’s defensive performance.

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