Sergio Estrada-USA TODAY Sports

Sergio Estrada-USA TODAY Sports

Key 49ers player stats from 24-13 loss to the Seahawks

Nov 27, 2017 at 7:31 AM--

The San Francisco 49ers followed up their first win of the season by losing their 10th game. The visiting Seattle Seahawks defeated the 49ers 24-13 at Levi's Stadium on Sunday afternoon. San Francisco drops to 1-10 while Seattle improves to 7-4.

The 49ers were also officially eliminated from playoff contention during Week 12.

Below is a mix of some key player stats provided by the 49ers Communications staff and Pro Football Focus.

Key Player Statistics

The 49ers opened the game with safety Eric Reid intercepting a pass by Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson on the first play from scrimmage. The pick was Reid's second of the season and 10th of his career. Reid allowed just 15 yards while in coverage.

Wilson was only under pressure during nine of his 39 dropbacks. On those plays, he was just two of eight for 20 yards.

Sunday's game wasn't a good outing for the 49ers offensive line. Quarterback C.J. Beathard was under pressure during 20 of his 43 dropbacks despite the Seahawks only blitzing him three times. He completed eight of his 17 pass attempts for 63 yards and a 32.2 passer rating while under pressure. The rest of the time, Beathard was 14 of 21 for 138 yards and an 85.0 passer rating.

Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, who entered the game in the closing seconds, threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Louis Murphy on the final play from scrimmage. It was the first touchdown pass of Garoppolo's career with the 49ers and his first since throwing three against the Miami Dolphins during Week 2 of 2016 as a member of the New England Patriots.

The touchdown was Murphy's first of the season and 11th of his career. His last was against the Baltimore Ravens while with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in October of 2014.

Carlos Hyde had two drops against the Seahawks, which increases his season total to eight – the most among NFL running backs. His backup, Matt Breida, is second with five drops. Hyde led the team with 11 targets against Seattle but only came away with 21 receiving yards.

Eric Magnuson, who was filling in for right tackle Trent Brown, allowed two sacks, a hit, and eight quarterback hurries.

Defensive tackle Sheldon Day, who was claimed off of waivers from the Jacksonville Jaguars last week, played 30 snaps, had a quarterback hurry, and a run stop.

More San Francisco 49ers News

Valuable stats from PFF's 49ers team preview

By David Bonilla
Aug 7, 2020

Pro Football Focus released the San Francisco 49ers edition of its 2020 NFL Team Preview Series. The feature by Steve Palazzolo evaluates each position group heading into the upcoming season. Below are some key statistics pointed out within the preview, which fans may find interesting. Quarterback Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo finished last season with the 13th-best overall Pro Football Focus grade (77.5, including playoffs) among quarterbacks. 55.1% of Garoppolo's passing yards came after the catch, which ranks No. 2 in the NFL. Running Backs Running back Raheem Mostert had the fourth-best

Read the Full Article

Adapting to 2020 challenges key to 49ers' Super Bowl aspirations, say Sherman and Warner

By David Bonilla
Aug 6, 2020

San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman sat down to speak with reporters on Tuesday. In front of him was an auditorium filled with empty seats, and a single video screen in the middle of them. That screen featured the media, like myself (they'll let anyone in there these days), sitting comfortably in our homes, speaking to the veteran defender virtually via Zoom video conference software. Sherman conducted the entire interview with a face covering on — just one of several precautions in place at the 49ers facility to ensure the safety of players, staff, and their families. It's a reminder of how different the upcoming NFL season will be, a reminder of the new normal amidst a pandemic. It's an adjustment. Sherman knows

Read the Full Article

Mike McGlinchey knows versatility key for 49ers earning jobs, looks to be more consistent

By David Bonilla
Aug 10, 2020

Proving one's versatility will be essential for any player looking to earn a roster spot with the San Francisco 49ers this season. It always has been. You never know when one or two injuries will force an offensive tackle to move inside or a tight end to play fullback. That requirement is heightened across the league this year because no one knows what impact COVID-19 will have on a roster or the NFL as a whole. What if the virus knocks out half of your starting offensive line before a game? "Versatility is going to be absolutely huge," offensive tackle Mike McGlinchey told reporters on Monday via a video conference call. "It's going to make or break guys having jobs, and make or break situations to fill our roster because we can get into any situation at any

Read the Full Article


More Featured Stories

Trending News

More News
Share 49erswebzone