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Key stats from the 49ers’ 34-24 Week 13 loss to the Bills

Dec 7, 2020 at 11:05 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers dropped to 5-7 after a 34-24 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Monday night. The team has now lost four of its last five games.

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



Aiyuk-an Do It


  • Following a LB Fred Warner FR, WR Brandon Aiyuk's registered his 4th rec. TD of the season on a 2-yd. TD pass from QB Nick Mullens.
  • Aiyuk finished the game with 5 recepts. for 95 yds. and 1 TD. His 95 rec. yds. are the most by a 49ers rookie on Monday Night Football since WR Deebo Samuel in 2019 [vs. Sea. (11/11/19)].
  • With 6 total TDs on the season (4 rec. & 2 rush), Aiyuk ranks t-3rd by a 49ers rookie since 1970 in total TDs scored in their rookie season.

Most Total TDs Scored By A 49ers Rookie, Since 1970
Rank Player Season Total TDs Rec. TDs Rush TDs
1. RB Roger Craig 1983 12 4 8
2. RB Earl Cooper 1980 9 4 5
3t. WR Brandon Aiyuk 2020 6 4 2
WR Deebo Samuel 2019 6 3 3
RB William Floyd 1994 6 0 6

Air Jordan


  • TE Jordan Reed finished the game with 3 recepts. for 32 yds. and 1 TD, his 3rd rec. TD of the season and 27th of his career.

Juice Squeezes In


  • FB Kyle Juszczyk notched a 6-yd. TD recept. late in the 3rd Qtr., his 1st rec. TD of the season and 9th of his career.

All-Pro Fred


  • LB Fred Warner recovered a Bills QB Josh Allen fumble, marking the 2nd FR of his career and 1st since 10/28/18 at Arz.

Dion Jordan


  • DL Dion Jordan brought down Allen for a 7-yd. loss and a FF, his first FF since 12/23/18 vs. KC, as a member of the Seattle Seahawks.
  • Jordan now has 2.0 sacks on the season and 12.5 in his career and now has 3 career FFs.





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