EAST RUTHERFORD [url=http://www.authenticssanfrancisco49ers.com/cheap-dante-pettis-jersey]Cheap Dante Pettis Jersey[/url] , N.J. (AP) Janoris Jenkins isn’t apologizing for having a bad game against the San Francisco 49ers and he is not promising to make up for it this week by playing harder against the Kansas City Chiefs this weekend.

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Jenkins  had a game against the 49ers that had a lot of fans shaking their heads.

Coming off a one-week suspension for failing to attend a Monday practice after the bye week and not informing the coaches of his absence, Jenkins was a major part of the Giants’ 31-21 loss to the then-winless 49ers on Sunday.

The six-year veteran was beaten on an 83-yard touchdown pass from C.J. Beathard to Marquise Goodwin midway through the second quarter and a 47-yarder to Garrett Celek just before halftime on a play where it seemed he made little or no attempt to take the tight end around the 10-yard line.

Jenkins also missed a tackle on a 21-yard run by running back Carlos Hyde in the third quarter and he slipped covering a pass that probably should have been intercepted later in the game.

”I mean I’m a DB,” Jenkins said after practice Thursday. ”Every game is not going to be perfect. I know that [url=http://www.authenticssanfrancisco49ers.com/cheap-mike-mcglinchey-jersey]Che ap Mike McGlinchey Jersey[/url] , y’all know that. He came out, he took me deep. Nice caught ball. Just move on and keep playing football.”

Jenkins blamed the missed tackles on poor technique rather than a lack of effort. When pushed about his effort, he said he has had only one bad game as a Giant since joining the team last season and earning Pro Bowl honors.

Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo said h