San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa (97) is carted off the field after being injured during the first half of an NFL football game against the New York Jets, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

I was honestly interested to tune into Kyle Shanahan’s Zoom presser today. Last week, after a disappointing loss to Arizona, he seemed surprisingly nonchalant.

The vibe from him, as well as the players, seemed to be, “Yeah, it happens. We didn’t think we were going to win every game.”

So this week, after watching key players limp and stagger off the field with injuries, or in the case of Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas, wheeled away on a golf cart, it was a win that could have felt like a loss. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is iffy for next Sunday against the Giants, Raheem Mostert is out with a knee injury and the team probably won’t know until Wednesday about star tight end George Kittle or running back Tevin Coleman.

And that’s not to mention the roster list of injured players who didn’t even answer the bell: Debo Samuels, Dee Ford and Richard Sherman. Put it this way, Fox broadcasters were noting how beat up the 49ers were before the game.

That’s a lot of adversity. And you have to wonder if this is a moment. Every season has an iconic image, like that long Super Bowl pass sailing over Emmanuel Sanders hands. You just hope this year’s

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