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Key stats from the 49ers’ 27-13 Week 10 loss to the Saints

Nov 15, 2020 at 6:32 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers fell to 4-6 following the team's third consecutive loss. The home-team New Orleans Saints knocked off Kyle Shanahan's squad 27-13 on Sunday.

Below are several statistics and notes from Sunday's game, which were provided by the 49ers Communications staff.



You're In Good Hands With Aiyuk


  • WR Brandon Aiyuk hauled in 7 recepts. for 75 yds. and 1 TD, marking his 3rd TD recept. of the season.

Mook Dawg


  • DT Javon Kinlaw registered his first career sack as he brought down Saints QB Taysom Hill. He also tallied a 0.5 sack of Saints QB Jameis Winston, marking his first career multi-sack game.
  • Kinlaw finished the game with 3 tackles and 1.5 sacks.

Hyder & Seek


  • DL Kerry Hyder Jr. sacked Saints QB Jameis Winston. He now has a team-high 5.5 sacks on the season.

Where There's A Willis, There's A Way


  • DL Jordan Willis combined with Kinlaw to bring down Winston for 0.5 sack. He now has a career-high 1.5 sacks on the season.
  • Willis has registered at least 0.5 sack in consecutive games (1.0 sack vs. GB – 11/5/20) for the first time in his career.

Two Scoops


  • S Marcell Harris recovered a fumble by Saints QB Taysom Hill, marking his first FR of the season and 2nd of his career.
  • Harris also recovered a fumble by Saints WR Deonte Harris on special teams, marking his first career special teams fumble recovery.

Punch Out


  • DB Tarvarius Moore forced a fumble by Saints QB Taysom Hill, marking his 1st FF of the season and 2nd of his career.
  • CB Ken Webster forced a fumble by Saints WR Deonte Harris on special teams, his 1st career special teams forced fumble.

Gould Gets To 1,700


  • K Robbie Gould connected on both of his FGAs on the day (32 & 40 yds.) and his one PAT.
  • Gould now has 1,702 career points and is the 12th player in NFL history to reach 1,700 career points.





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