Deebo not satisfied with 49ers' play despite recent dominance

On Sunday at State Farm Stadium, the 49ers defeated the Arizona Cardinals 45-29 to share an NFL-best 11-3 record with the Ravens and win six straight.

On his weekly appearance Tuesday on "Up & Adams," fifth-year 49ers wideout Deebo Samuel told host Kay Adams that San Francisco isn't playing at optimal level.

We're still not playing at our best as we stack days, games, and wins "Samuel said. We keep leaving stuff on the pitch. 

San Francisco ranks third in points (30.4), second in points allowed (16.7), first in forced turnovers (25) and low in giveaways (12).

Samuel knows what his polished 49ers team needs to improve after blowout wins over probable playoff teams like the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, and Jacksonville Jaguars.

Just little things, Samuel told Adams. “One block here would free Christian [McCaffrey] three or four more times or give Brock [Purdy] more time in the pocket to throw another ball. 

San Francisco is unbeatable lately, but Week 16 can smooth Samuel's wrinkles before the NFC playoffs. On Christmas Day, Lamar Jackson's 11-3 Ravens play the 49ers at Levi's Stadium.

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