|Sep. 17, 2017 4:57 PM PT5:57 PM MT6:57 PM CT7:57 PM ET23:57 GMT7:57 4:57 PM MST6:57 PM EST6:57 PM CT3:57 UAE (+1)19:57 ETNaN:� - Brian Hoyer was 15 of 27 for 99 yards and didn't throw a touchdown pass Sunday in the San Francisco 49ers' 12-9 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. He threw one interception, didn't fumble and was sacked two times.|
|Sep. 10, 2017 6:05 PM PT7:05 PM MT8:05 PM CT9:05 PM ET1:05 GMT9:05 6:05 PM MST8:05 PM EST8:05 PM CT5:05 UAE (+1)21:05 ETNaN:� - Hoyer went 24 of 35 for 193 yards with one interception, one fumble lost and was sacked four times Sunday in a season-opening loss to Carolina.
Analysis: Hoyer had some decent moments in this one and his pass to Marquise Goodwin should have a been a long gain in the first half, but Goodwin dropped it. Hoyer likely won't find much success next week in Seattle.
|Aug. 12, 2017 11:24 AM PT12:24 PM MT1:24 PM CT2:24 PM ET18:24 GMT2:24 11:24 AM MST1:24 PM EST1:24 PM CT22:24 UAE14:24 ETNaN:� - The 49ers' first-team offense struggled behind starting quarterback Brian Hoyer in Friday's preseason opener, mustering just 3 yards in two drives. Hoyer finished 1-of-4 passing for 3 yards.
Analysis: Hoyer failed to make new 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan feel good about giving the longtime NFL journeyman the starting job early in training camp. Matt Barkley was next in line and performed well as he led San Francisco to two field goals in roughly two quarters while finishing 10 of 17 for 168 yards without any major mistakes. "You worry about what you can control," Hoyer said. "Go back and watch the film and make the corrections."
|Mar. 8, 2017 2:10 PM PT3:10 PM MT4:10 PM CT5:10 PM ET22:10 GMT6:10 3:10 PM MST5:10 PM EST4:10 PM CT2:10 UAE (+1)17:10 ETNaN:� - Hoyer agreed Wednesday to a two-year deal with the 49ers, reuniting with new Niners head coach Kyle Shanahan.
Analysis: Hoyer resisted what was classified by NFL Network as a "very strong offer" from the Jets, and he also reportedly had talks with the Bills. Hoyer and Shanahan worked together in 2014 with the Browns. Shanahan was the offensive coordinator as Hoyer made 13 starts, going 7-6. Hoyer agreed to a deal for around $6 million per season with the understanding that he will get a chance to start, according to ESPN.