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Preseason Week 3: 49ers vs. Raiders live updates

Rohan Chakravarthi
Aug 29, 2021 at 12:12 PM--


4th Quarter


GAME ALERT: The 49ers win 34-10 against the Raiders in a dominant preseason performance and now put their focus towards the Lions for their Week 1 matchup.

Wayne Gallman is stopped on 4th and Goal at the 2-yard line and the 49ers are denied of another touchdown.


REDZONE ALERT: JaMycal Hasty rushes for five yards and gets into the redzone to the LV 16 after a couple impressive runs by Wayne Gallman.


SACK ALERT: Zach Kerr muscles through the offensive line to get a 49ers third-down sack and force a Raiders punt.


3rd Quarter


QUARTER ALERT: The 49ers lead the Raiders 34-10 at the end of the 3rd quarter. The Raiders currently have the ball at the LV 38.

TOUCHDOWN ALERT: 49ers RB JaMycal Hasty gets his second touchdown just after the interception. San Francisco now leads 34-10.


TURNOVER ALERT: 49ers S Haha Clinton-Dix intercepts Nathan Peterman and returns the play 36 yards to the LV11.



SCORE ALERT: 49ers RB JaMycal Hasty delivers on a huge 35-yard rush for a TD, giving the 49ers a 27-10 lead.


Elijah Mitchell gets a 45-yard return off the kickoff on a great run back with good vision.


SCORE ALERT: Nathan Peterman connects with Nick Bowers for a 16-yard touchdown. The Raiders now trail 20-10.


After punting, the 49ers force a Raiders punt. Nate Sudfeld will now get the opportunity to close this game out.


The 49ers have to punt on their first drive after incompletions to Hurd and Jennings. Hurd dropped another pass today. 49ers P Mitch Wishnowsky had a great 62-yard punt, nailing the Raiders at their 5-yard line.


2nd Quarter


SCORE ALERT/QUARTER ALERT: The 49ers get a field goal on a successful two-minute drive to lead 20-3 going into halftime.



After forcing the punt, the 49ers will get a 2-minute opportunity with Trey Lance, who excelled in it last week.


SCORE ALERT: Jauan Jennings drops a potential touchdown, causing the 49ers to setttle for a Robbie Gould 21-yard FG. They now lead 17-3.


QUARTER ALERT: At the 2-minute warning, the 49ers lead 14-7 and have control of the ball at the LV 13.


Well, right after, Jalen Hurd catches a pass off a Trey Lance bootleg for a first down. Good play on both sides.


Jalen Hurd drops a dime from Trey Lance on a good route run with great touch. Key day for Hurd, who needs to show more.


The 49ers will punt on Lance's first drive. Miscommunication on first down leads to a sack. Completion to Hurd on for a short gain on second and a ball behind Hurd for no gain on third down.

Jalen Hurd gets his first 49er catch on a nice pass from Lance.


It doesn't seem that Jimmy Garoppolo will play more today. Trey Lance is back in, and likely will be for the rest of the half.


SCORE ALERT: Raiders K Daniel Carlson nails a 51-yard field goal to put the Raiders on the board. They now trail 14-3. 49ers S Talanoa Hufanga got a quarterback pressure on the last play to force the field goal.


SCORE ALERT: QB Trey Lance takes the read-option for the 2-yard score. The 49ers now lead 14-0 against the Raiders.


1st Quarter


QUARTER ALERT: Jimmy Garoppolo converts a 4th-and-1 to end the 1st quarter. After the first, the 49ers lead the Raiders 7-0. SF has the ball at the LV 3.

REDZONE ALERT: Jimmy Garoppolo delivers a strike to Trent Sherfield on 3rd and 13 to get a 1st inside the redzone at the LV 16-yard line.


After two straight completions moving the football, Jimmy Garoppolo is substituted for Trey Lance in their two-quarterback system.


The 49ers force another punt with some good pressure and a poor throw by Raiders QB Nathan Peterman on third down. They get the ball at their 25 for Drive #2.


SCORE ALERT: QB Jimmy Garoppolo rushes off a play-action for a 1-yard touchdown. The 49ers lead 7-0.



Trey Lance has entered the game for one play in the redzone.


REDZONE ALERT: Raheem Mostert rushes for two first downs to get the 49ers into the redzone at the LV 6-yard line.


The 49ers force a 3-and-out on the Raiders first possession. They start at their own 32 after a 19-yard return by Nsimba Webster.

Pregame


LT Trent Williams is suited up and also expected to play. Many of the health concerns are active today and suited up.

Other news. RB Elijah Mitchell is healthy and making his 49ers debut. This will certainly be a crucial game for the running back group. In addition, C Alex Mack(and his sweat problems) and TE George Kittle are playing.


DE Nick Bosa is expected to sit out Sunday's game after there was some speculation that he could see some action. Fellow DE Dee Ford is also expected to sit out, although both should be ready for Week 1.

49ers WR Jalen Hurd is dressed and seems set to play today, which is a huge sign for the 49ers, as Kyle Shanahan originally said that if Hurd was healthy, he'd make the 53-man roster.


49ers running back Raheem Mostert is set to play today as he's been named a captain for the team ahead of their Sunday game.


Week three of the preseason has finally arrived and the 49ers are back at home to face the Raiders for their final preseason match.

Stay tuned for live updates throughout the game.



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