Preseason Week 1: 49ers vs. Chiefs live updates

Rohan Chakravarthi
Aug 14, 2021 at 4:41 PM--


Catch what we learned from game one here

Catch the Postgame Recap here

Fourth Quarter

GAME ALERT: The Chiefs beat the 49ers 19-16 after an illegal shift penalty prompting the ten second runoff on the last snap for the 49ers. Game 1 for the 49ers are in the wraps.

SCORE ALERT: Chiefs quarterback Shane Buechele scores on a quarterback keeper on third and goal to give the Chiefs the lead 19-16 with 1:14 remaining in the 4th. Harrison Butker missed the extra point.

REDZONE ALERT: The Chiefs are inside the 49ers 20 with under two minutes left down only three points.

SCORE ALERT: JaMycal Hasty muscles into the endzone to give the 49ers the lead 16-13 with 2:37 to play after a challenge overturns the original call.

Nsimba Magic has arrived in the preseason. The lightning-quick returner/wideout gets a couple electrifying pickups to start the 49ers drive with a 43-yard punt return and 34-yard rush on an end around.

SCORE ALERT: Chiefs get a field goal after the 49ers get a third-down sack. They lead the 49ers 13-9 with 4:32 left in the fourth.

SACK ALERT: Shilique Calhoun and Eddie Vanderdoes stop the Chiefs on 3rd down for a sack.

TURNOVER ALERT: JaMycal Hasty fumbles the football on a promising drive at Kansas City's 43 yard line.

Third Quarter

SCORE ALERT: The Chiefs lead the 49ers heading into the 4th with a score of 10-9.

TURNOVER ALERT: Josh Rosen throws a redzone interception to Armani Watts on a pass intended to Travis Benjamin at the KC 2 with 1:04 left in the 3rd.

INJURY ALERT: Aaron Banks is questionable to return with a shoulder injury.

SCORE ALERT: Harrison Butker makes a 52-yard field goal to give the Chiefs the lead 10-9 with 8:49 left in the third.

Trey Lance exits his NFL debut after one series in the second half. Josh Rosen, not Nate Sudfeld, will come in, likely to finish the game

Lance ends 5/14, with 128 passing yards and one 80-yard touchdown in his NFL preseason debut.

Trey Lance enters the second half as the starter still. Many key reps for the rookie in his first NFL action.

Second Quarter

SCORE ALERT: 49ers lead at halftime against the Chiefs with a score of 9-7.

Trey Lance's first challenge is a success. After being on his own 1-yard line, Lance throws a gem to tight end Charlie Woerner off a play-action to get out of the jam. Great throw.

SCORE ALERT: After the interception by Deommodore Lenoir, the 49ers reach the redzone and pick up a Field Goal.

First Quarter

INJURY ALERT: Trey Sermon seems to have hurt his hand on a fumble, but the 49ers recover. Little scary for a running back who likes running inside the tackles.

Welcome to the NFL, Deommodore Lenoir. The rookie gets his first NFL interception.

SCORE ALERT: Trey Lance gets his FIRST NFL touchdown. Let the Trey Lance hype begin. Beautiful 80-yard touchdown pass to Trent Sherfield.

The defense gets a stop against Mahomes and the Chiefs 1st team

Some more good news on the 49ers youngsters, via David Lombardi.

Drive one ends in a punt. It was a great drive by Jimmy Garoppolo, who didn't throw a single incompletion.

Trey Sermon gets his first NFL first down in the NFL.

Jimmy Garoppolo time has arrived. He completes his first pass to Deebo Samuel.


The Faithful have arrived at Levi's. What a beautiful sight.

Welcome to the Bay, Trey Lance.

A total of 22 49ers will not suit up for the 49ers first preseason game Saturday vs the Kansas City Chiefs in the first matchup between the teams since the 2019 Super Bowl, per Nick Wagoner.

THE PRESEASON HAS ARRIVED. Jimmy Garoppolo has started warming up, per 95.7 The Game.

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