The San Francisco 49ers offense hadn't done much against the Arizona Cardinals. That changed when the unit took over with 9:03 remaining in the first half and the 49ers down 16-0 to the underdog Cardinals.

The drive started with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo hitting wide receiver Richie James for an impressive 57-yard gain. Four plays later, the 49ers signal-caller hit second-year tight end Ross Dwelley, whose role increased in the absence of Pro Bowl starter George Kittle, in the end zone to finally get the 49ers on the scoreboard.


The four-yard score was Dwelley's first of his NFL career, and San Francisco now trails 16-7.

Dwelley entered the game with 10 receptions for 52 yards this season.