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Key stats from the 49ers’ 23-15 Week 14 loss to Washington

Dec 13, 2020 at 7:53 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers dropped to 5-8 after a 23-15 loss to Washington on Sunday. The team has now lost five of its last six games and is on the brink of playoff elimination.

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



Nowhere To Run, Nowhere to Throw


  • The 49ers defense held the Washington Football Team to 193 total net yds. of offense on the day, marking the fewest net yds. allowed by the team this season.
  • San Francisco's defense held Washington to 95 net yds. passing, the fewest allowed by the team this season.
  • The 49ers defense held the Washington Football Team to 12 total 1st downs, the fewest allowed by the team this season.

Gimme That


  • CB Jason Verrett intercepted Washington Football Team QB Alex Smith late in the 1st half, marking his 2nd INT of the season and 7th of his career.
  • Verrett's 2 INTs this season are the most in a season by him since 2015 (3 INTs).

This Is What Willis Is Talking About


  • DL Jordan Willis brought down Smith for a 5-yd. sack. He now has a career-high 2.5 sacks on the season and 5.5 in his career.

Air Jordan 3.0s


  • DL Dion Jordan sacked Washington Football Team QB Dwayne Haskins Jr. and now has 3.0 sacks on the season and 13.5 in his career.
  • With 1.0 sack last week vs. Buf. (12/7/20), Jordan has recorded at least 1.0 sack in consecutive games for the first time since the 2017 season [1.0 at Dal. (12/24/17) & 1.0 vs. Arz. (12/31/17)] as a member of the Seattle Seahawks.

Great Company


  • QB Nick Mullens finished the game completing 25 of 45 atts. for 260 yds. and 1 TD. With 4,186 yds. in his first 15 career starts, Mullens ranks 3rd among all QBs for the most passing yards in their first 15 career starts in the Super Bowl era.

Most Passing Yds. In First 15 Career Starts, Super Bowl Era
Rank Player Atts. Comps. Yds. TDs
1. Patrick Mahomes 551 368 4,827 45
2. Kurt Warner 475 313 4,212 39
3. Nick Mullens 528 340 4,186 21
4. Andrew Luck 599 325 4,183 21
5. Tony Romo 481 305 4,149 29

Climbin', Climblin', Climbin' Up The Charts


  • WR Brandon Aiyuk finished with a career-highs in recepts. (10) and rec. yds. (119), marking his 2nd career game with 100-or-more rec. yds.
  • Aiyuk's 10 recepts. tied the franchise's rookie single-game record for most recepts. [WR Jerry Rice – 10 recepts. vs. LAR (12/9/85); RB Earl Cooper – 10 recepts. at NO (9/7/80)].
  • With 660 rec. yds. on the season, Aiyuk ranks 5th in franchise history for the most rec. yds. by a rookie.

Most Rec. Yds. By A 49ers Rookie, Franchise History
Rank Player Season Rec. Yds.
1. Jerry Rice 1985 927
2. Deebo Samuel 2019 802
3. Gene Washington 1969 711
4. Dave Parks 1964 703
5. Brandon Aiyuk 2020 660

  • Aiyuk's 50 recepts. this season ranks 4th in franchise history for the most recepts. by a rookie.

Most Recepts. By A 49ers Rookie, Franchise History
Rank Player Season Recepts.
1. Earl Cooper 1980 83
2. Deebo Samuel 2019 57
3. Gene Washington 1969 51
4. Brandon Aiyuk 2020 50
5. Jerry Rice 1985 49

Wilson Sporting Goods


  • RB Jeff Wilson Jr. registered 11 carries for 31 yds. and a 1-yd. TD run, marking his career-high 5th TD of the season and 9th of his career.

The Juice Is Worth The Squeeze


  • FB Kyle Juszczyk finished with 2 recepts. for 15 yds., including a 6-yd. TD recept., marking his 2nd TD recept. of the season and 10th of his career.
  • With 1 rec. TD last week vs. Buf. (12/7/20), Juszczyk has recorded at least 1 rec. TD in back-to-back games for the first time in his career.
  • Juszczyk's 4 total TDs on the season (2 rushing & 2 rec.) are tied for a career-high (2015 – 4 rec. TDs. as a member of the Baltimore Ravens).





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