San Francisco 49ers tight end Ross Dwelley had to look around after hauling in his second touchdown of the game against the Arizona Cardinals and the second of his two-year NFL career. That's because he wanted to make sure there weren't any flags lying on the ground.

Dwelley had a 16-yard touchdown reception nullified earlier in the game thanks to a questionable holding penalty against center Weston Richburg.

This score, which was a five-yard touchdown and put San Francisco on top for the first time in the game, counted, and Dwelley now has three receptions on three targets for 11 yards and the two touchdowns.


The 49ers currently lead 17-16.

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

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