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With the San Francisco 49ers training the Washington Reskins 14-0 in the second quarter, rookie quarterback C.J. Beathard replaced an ineffective Brian Hoyer. Beathard helped to engineer a comeback that came just short of the 49ers' first win of the season. Washington ended up with a 26-24 victory, handing the 49ers their fifth-straight loss of three-or-fewer points.

Beathard ended the game completing 19 of his 36 pass attempts for 245 yards, a touchdown, and the interception that ended the game.

With the 49ers training 26-17 late against Washington, Beathard sends a pass deep downfield to a wide open Aldrick Robinson, who avoided a defender and headed into the end zone.

You can watch that line touchdown, which is the first of Beathard's NFL career, below.