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Aldrick Robinson (11), was probably the only wide receiver to emerge with any credit.
Pierre Garcon continues to struggle to convince people that he is a legitimate No. 1 receiver. He dropped a pair of first-half passes that should have been caught, and he was quiet for most of the first two quarters.
To his credit, Garcon did come to life in the second half, particularly late in the fourth. He made a vital catch to convert a third down on the game-winning drive.
Still, more consistency is needed from the former Indianapolis Colt.
He has been anonymous for much of the season, but Aldrick Robinson re-emerged on Sunday to remind everyone that he has not lost his flair for the big play.
Robinson made only two catches, but both of those grabs produced a big impact. A 30-yard reception set up one score, and Robinson followed that by hauling in a 45-yarder for his first touchdown of the year.
Based on this showing, offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan has to work on getting his one true vertical threat more involved.
Leonard Hankerson's production continues to fall far short of his actual talent. He made only one catch for 26 yards, and was again guilty of some drops.
Santana Moss and Joshua Morgan
Joshua Morgan's only contribution to the game came when he was flagged for holding, which wiped out a big gain on a long run. Santana Moss, meanwhile, dropped a pass that he should have caught on the final drive.