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NFL Week 2: 49ers at Eagles live updates

Rohan Chakravarthi
Sep 19, 2021 at 9:53 AM--

4th Quarter

FINAL ALERT: The 49ers defeat the Eagles in Week 2 to the tune of 17-11 behind an impressive defensive performance and good clock management on offense.

On 3rd & 1 with 2:30 left in the game, Jimmy Garoppolo scrambles for a three-yard gain and a first down, so the 49ers need to just kneel three times to win the game.

With four minutes left in the game and the Eagles without any timeouts, they need a stop to get the ball back and have a chance to win.

SCORE ALERT: After a 14-yard completion to Dallas Goedert, Jalen Hurts rushes it in for a 1-yard touchdown, and the two-point conversion is completed to make the score 17-11 in favor of San Francisco.

REDZONE ALERT: After a Jalen Hurts scramble for 27 yards and an unneccessary roughness penalty on Jimmie Ward, the Eagles have a 1st & 10 at the SF 15.

SCORE ALERT: Robbie Gould drills a 46-yard field goal, his first of the day, making the score 17-3 SF with 5:07 remaining in the 4th quarter.

SACK ALERT: Nick Bosa gets to the quarterback once again, bull-rushing through LT Jordan Mailata to get his second sack of the day.

Jalen Hurts continues to test the 49ers secondary as he targets Jalen Reagor down the field with Jimmie Ward in coverage. Once again, the pass is well defended and is incomplete.

SCORE ALERT: Jimmy Garoppolo caps off the 49ers 16-play, 92-yard drive with a quarterback sneak for the touchdown as the 49ers now lead 14-3 with 10:52 remaining in the 4th quarter.

Elijah Mitchell burrows through for the 1-yard touchdown on 1st & Goal after Mohammed Sanu caused a defensive pass interference on the previous play. However, after review, Mitchell was ruled down before the plane, giving the 49ers 2nd & Goal.

REDZONE ALERT: JaMycal Hasty speeds through for a 21-yard gain to the PHI 5 to set up a 1st & Goal inside the redzone.

To begin the fourth quarter, Jimmy Garoppolo completes over the middle to Deebo Samuel on 3rd & 7 once again to convert on a crucial third down.

3rd Quarter

QUARTER ALERT: At the end of the third quarter, San Francisco leads Philadelphia 7-3 and has the ball at their own 41 on 3rd & 7.

Brandon Aiyuk gets his first catch of the season on a crucial third down conversion for six yards. Let's see if he's more active down the stretch.

After a promising Eagles drive, the 49ers force multiple Jalen Hurts incompletions to stop the Eagles at the SF 40. Philadelphia's punt puts the ball at the SF 9.

INJURY ALERT: Eagles DE Brandon Graham(ankle) and G Brandon Brooks(chest) are both out for the game.

After the Nick Bosa sack and nice coverage from Deommodore Lenoir and Jimmie Ward on third down, the 49ers force a 3-and-out to start the 2nd half.

SACK ALERT: Nick Bosa gets to Jalen Hurts for the first SF sack of the game, as Bosa punched the football out as well. However, the Eagles recovered the fumble.

The Eagles get the ball at their own 25-yard line to start the second half with the 49ers leading 7-3.

2nd Quarter

SCORE ALERT: Jauan Jennings catches a pass from Jimmy Garoppolo for the 11-yard touchdown for his first ever NFL completion and the 49ers now lead 7-3.

REDZONE ALERT: Jimmy Garoppolo fires a pass between two defenders to Deebo Samuel for a 40-yard completion to the PHI 11 with 17 seconds remaining.

INJURY ALERT: After an 8-yard completion by Jimmy Garoppolo to George Kittle, Eagles DE Brandon Graham is down with 1:51 left in the second quarter. The Eagles use their first timeout as a result.

QUARTER ALERT: At the 2-minute warning, the Eagles lead the 49ers 3-0, while San Francisco has the ball at their own 17-yard line on 2nd & 8.

The 49ers absolutely foil the Eagles 4th-and-goal play to stop yet another score from happening after an impressive goal-line stand. The score remains 3-0 Philadelphia.

Josh Norman is flagged for his second pass interference of the game, this time holding the rookie DeVonta Smith in coverage.

Jalen Hurts delivers a bomb from his own three-yard line on first down to Quez Watkins for a 91-yard gain to the SF 6.

On the 49ers first promising drive, they fail to convert on third down once again and punt from the PHI 38. Mitch Wishnowsky nails the punt down to the PHI 3.

Jimmy Garoppolo converts the 4th-and-1 with a quarterback sneak up the middle. The 49ers have failed to convert on 3rd down yet, but stay aggressive at midfield.

INJURY ALERT: Eagles G Brandon Brooks was being looked at in the tent for a shoulder injury and now is heading to the locker room.

San Francisco BLOCKS the Jake Elliott 47-yard field goal to keep the score at 3-0. Javon Kinlaw was the one who got his hands on the football.

D.J. Jones gets in the gap and stops Miles Sanders on 3rd-and-1 to force a field goal attempt.

1st Quarter

QUARTER ALERT: At the end of the first quarter, the Eagles lead the 49ers 3-0 and have the ball at the SF 27 with a 3rd-and-1.

Jalen Hurts completes a 36-yard touchdown pass to Jalen Reagor, but it is brought back on an illegal touching penalty, as Reagor stepped out of bounds while running his route at the 5-yard line. Deommodore Lenoir had great coverage on the play.

The 49ers have mightily struggled on offense with their third straight 3-and-out. Philadelphia has gotten constant pressure and has shut down the run game behind DT Javon Hargrave.

SCORE ALERT: K Jason Sanders gives the Eagles the lead with a 45-yard field goal. It's now 3-0 Philadelphia with 4:49 left in the first quarter.

INJURY ALERT: DT Kevin Givens was down after the play on a six-yard run from Eagles RB Kenneth Gainwell. He walked off the field himself and is being looked at by trainers.

The 49ers interior presence has shown up so far, with only four yards off the first three rushes. That was a struggle against Detroit last week.

Josh Norman is flagged for defensive pass interference on the first pass thrown his way in tight man coverage.

The 49ers first drive ends in a punt after a quick 3-and-out following a loss of four yards by Elijah Mitchell on first down. The Eagles take over at their own 32-yard line.

Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel are the starting receivers this week after the buzz surrounding Aiyuk and Trent Sherfield this week.

RB Trenton Cannon, who was picked up off waivers earlier this week, is the returner on the opening kickoff, which ensues in a touchback.


Josh Norman is expected to start opposite of Deommodore Lenoir. In addition, Marcell Harris might get the start today at the strong-side linebacker.

The 49ers have listed their four inactives for the game: CB Emmanuel Moseley, CB Ambry Thomas, G Aaron Banks, and DE Zach Kerr. This means that newly-signed CB Dre Kirkpatrick and RB Trenton Cannon are both on the active gameday roster, and DL's Javon Kinlaw and Arik Armstead are available today. Trey Sermon, a healthy inactive last week, is also available today.

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