Packers vs. 49ers final score: San Francisco crushes Green Bay on Sunday night

first_imgThe 49ers passed another test Sunday night with a 37-8 beatdown of the Packers that helped them maintain a narrow lead atop the NFC West.Green Bay was just the latest team stymied by San Francisco’s defense, which held quarterback Aaron Rodgers’ offense to 198 total yards and one score. On their first offensive snap… Tevin Coleman finds the end zone! #GoNiners @Teco_Raww📺: #GBvsSF on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oTTol2dlYz pic.twitter.com/ggCXmU24Ra— NFL (@NFL) November 25, 2019If San Francisco continues to have an average starting field position inside GB’s 5, Jimmy Garoppolo will probably have a pretty easy night.— Dan Bernstein (@dan_bernstein_) November 25, 20198:28 p.m.: STRIP SACK, 49ers. San Francisco brings an extra rusher on third-and-10, and Fred Warner gets to Aaron Rodgers. The ball comes out, and Joey Bosa falls on it at the 2-yard line. The 49ers are on the doorstep early.STRIP SACK.The @49ers defense swarms and Nick Bosa recovers! #GoNiners📺: #GBvsSF on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oTTol2dlYz pic.twitter.com/XV25bmx5TF— NFL (@NFL) November 25, 20198:23 p.m.: The Packers open with the ball on the 25 following a touchdback.8:08 p.m.: Your inactives. Notable, though not super surprising, that 49ers TE George Kittle is not among them.With only 52 players on the roster, only 6 inactive #Packers vs. 49ers. Here they are:11 WR Ryan Grant22 RB Dexter Williams25 S Will Redmond29 CB Ka’dar Hollman67 G/T Adam Pankey87 TE Jace Sternberger— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) November 24, 2019#49ers inactives:3 QB C.J. Beathard9 K Robbie Gould11 WR Marquise Goodwin22 RB Matt Breida55 DE Dee Ford74 OL Joe Staley83 TE Levine ToiloloThat means George Kittle is active.— Jason B. Hirschhorn (@by_JBH) November 24, 2019 On the fifth play of the game, San Francisco defensive end Fred Warner got to Rodgers in the pocket and forced a fumble, which Nick Bosa fell on at the Green Bay 2. Running back Tevin Coleman scored on the next play for an early 7-0 lead.Later, with the Packers unable to move the ball, San Francisco pulled away with 13 points in the final three minutes of the first half. A 41-yard catch-and-run touchdown from wide receiver Deebo Samuel was the highlight, one of two long TD passes from quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo on the night.MORE: 49ers flaunt growing passing attack during takedown of PackersGaroppolo finished 14 for 20 for 253 yards through the air, with two scores and no interceptions. Rodgers had a respectable 20-for-33 completion mark but earned a paltry 104 yards on those completions.Green Bay got on the board late in the third quarter, only for San Francisco to answer emphatically. Niners tight end George Kittle broke wide open over the middle for a 61-yard score, which accounting for almost half of his 129 receiving yards.The second half was mercifully brief; each team had three possessions after halftime. The Packers’ schedule eases up considerably going forward, with games against the Giants and Redskins over the next two weeks. The 49ers’ slate offers no respite, though, with trips to Baltimore and New Orleans on the horizon.Sporting News tracked live scores, updates and highlights from the Week 12 “Sunday Night Football” game between the 49ers and Packers. Follow along below (all times Eastern).Packers vs. 49ers score Q1Q2Q3Q4FinalPackers0080849ers10137737Packers vs. 49ers: Live updates, highlightsFinal: 49ers 37, Packers 811:01 p.m.: Rodgers has called it a night. The final five minutes or so will be quarterbacked by Tim Boyle.10:59 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, 49ers. San Francisco got a turnover on downs, and took 6:31 off the clock going 69 yards. Raheem Mostert, on the eighth run play of the drive, scores from 15 yards out. 49ers 37, Packers 8.Count the broken tackles on Raheem Mostert’s TD run 😯 #GoNiners📺: #GBvsSF on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oTTol2dlYz pic.twitter.com/PgjdvRD8xc— NFL (@NFL) November 25, 2019End third quarter: 49ers 30, Packers 810:32 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, 49ers. Well, that’s a good way to answer a touchdown. Garoppolo hits an extremely open George Kittle over the middle for a 61-yard score. 49ers 30, Packers 8.The @49ers answer right back with a 61-yard TOUCHDOWN. @JimmyG_10 on the mark to @GKittle46 ! #GoNiners📺: #GBvsSF on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oTTol2dlYz pic.twitter.com/NPX0xKx6Vv— NFL (@NFL) November 25, 201910:26 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, Packers. Green Bay gets on the board, but it takes more than 8 minutes. A couple of 49ers penalties late extended the drive, and Davonte Adams eventually scores from a couple of yards out. He catches the 2-point conversion, too. 49ers 23, Packers 8.. @AaronRodgers12 flips to @Tae15Adams for the TD!Adams’ first of the year. #GoPackGo📺: #GBvsSF on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oTTol2dlYz pic.twitter.com/n3LZxWTSQ8— NFL (@NFL) November 25, 201910:08 p.m.: San Francisco starts the second half with the ball.Halftime: 49ers 23, Packers 09:53 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, 49ers. A 48-yard field goal from Chase McLaughlin sends us to halftime. An utterly dominant performance from San Francisco. 49ers 23, Packers 0.9:52 p.m.: San Francisco sacks Rodgers for the third time, and now the 49ers have enough time to try to add onto the lead.9:45 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, 49ers. The Packers punt it away at the 2-minute warning, and Deebo Samuel makes them pay with a 42-yard catch-and-run three plays later. San Francisco blows it wide open, but Green Bay has about a minute left to try to answer. 49ers 20, Packers 0.DEEBO IS A PLAYMAKER.41-yard TD for the rookie WR to put the @49ers up 20-0. #GoNiners @19problemz📺: #GBvsSF on NBC📱: NFL app // Yahoo Sports appWatch free on mobile: https://t.co/oTTol2dlYz pic.twitter.com/ktIYPk774E— NFL (@NFL) November 25, 20199:38 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, 49ers. San Francisco stalls again in the red zone but widens the lead. At this point, 13 points seems like a tough ask for the Packers. 49ers 13, Packers 0.9:34 p.m.: Bulaga won’t return, which is very bad news as Green Bay tries to deal with San Francisco’s vaunted pass rush.#Packers RT Bryan Bulaga is out rest of this game with a knee injury. Ruh-roh.— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) November 25, 20199:31 p.m.: Unsurprisingly, the Packers can’t take advantage of the second chance granted by the penalty. Though had Matt LaFleur challenged a long incompletion to Jimmy Graham, it may have been overturned to a catch.9:24 p.m.: San Francisco’s defense is absolutely smothering the Packers, but a personal foul penalty on a third-and-35(!) stop will extend Green Bay’s drive.End first quarter: 49ers 10, Packers 08:56 p.m.: Would be a significant loss for the Packers offensive line.#Packers OT Bryan Bulaga is questionable to return with a knee injury.— Nick Wagoner (@nwagoner) November 25, 20198:54 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, 49ers. Green Bay is losing the field position battle early, and it’s hurting. San Francisco takes over at its own 49 and gets to the 11 before settling for a field goal. 49ers 10, Packers 0.8:41 p.m.: The teams trade punts.8:31 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, 49ers. Wasting no time, Tevin Coleman scores from 2 yards out and takes advantage of the (very) short field. 49ers 7, Packers 0.last_img

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