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Key stats from the 49ers’ 30-23 Week 13 loss to the Seahawks

Dec 5, 2021 at 6:57 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers fell to 6-6 on the season after their 30-23 Week 13 loss to the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field.

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



George Kittle


  • TE George Kittle finished with 9 recepts. for 181 yds. and 2 TDs. He now has 5 TDs on the season and 19 in his career. It marked his first career game with 2-or-more TD recepts.
  • Kittle's 181 rec. yds. are the 3rd-most in a single game in his career and the most since finishing with 183 rec. yds. vs. Phi. (10/4/20).
  • Kittle has gone over 100 rec. yds. in a game for the 12th time in his career, which is tied for the 5th-most in franchise history (WR John Taylor – 12 games).

Most 100-Yd. Receiving Games, Franchise History
Rank Player Games
1. Jerry Rice 66
2. Terrell Owens 25
3. Gene Washington 17
4. Dwight Clark 16
5t. George Kittle 12
John Taylor 12

  • With 121 rec. yds. in the first half, Kittle became the first 49ers TE with 100-or-more rec. yds. in a half since Kittle himself registered 120 rec. yds. in the 2nd half at LAR (12/30/18).

Elijah Mitchell


  • RB Elijah Mitchell finished with 22 carries for 66 yds. and 1 TD. He has now registered rushing TDs in back-to-back games for the second time this season.
  • Mitchell now has 5 rushing TDs on his rookie season. His 5 rushing TDs are the most by a 49ers rookie since RB William Floyd had 6 rushing TDs in 1994.
  • Mitchell now has 759 rushing yds. on season. His 759 rushing yds. are the most by a 49ers rookie since RB Vic Washington had 811 rushing yds. in 1971.

Most Rushing Yds. By A Rookie, Franchise History
Rank Player Season Yds.
1. RB Vic Washington 1971 811
2. RB Ken Willard 1965 778
3. RB Elijah Mitchell 2021 759
4. RB Roger Craig 1983 725
5. RB Wilbur Jackson 1980 720

Defense


  • The 49ers defense registered 4 FFs on the day, marking the most in a single game by the team since registering 5 FFs vs. Sea. (11/11/19).

D.J. Jones


  • DL D.J. Jones registered 7 tackles and 1 FF of Seahawks TE Gerald Everett on the day. The FF was his 2nd of the season and 3rd of his career. He now has 1 FF in both of the 49ers games against the Seahawks this season [1 FF vs. Sea. (10/3/21)]. The FF led to Kittle's 24-yd. TD recept.

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Dontae Johnson


  • CB Dontae Johnson finished with 2 tackles and 1 FR. The FR marks his 2nd of the season and the 4th of his career.

K'Waun Williams


  • CB K'Waun Williams registered 4 tackles, 1 INT, and 1 FF against the Seahawks.
  • Williams had his first INT of the season and fourth of his career, and his first FF on the season, 11th of his career, and first since at Arz. (12/26/20).

Pass Rush


  • The 49ers registered 4.0 sacks on the day of the Seahawks.
  • DL Nick Bosa notched 3 tackles, 1.0 sack, and 1 FF on the day. He leads the team with a single-season career-high 12.0 sacks on the season and has 21.0 sacks in his career.
  • Bosa now has 3 FFs on the season and 5 in his career.
  • Bosa has registered at least 1.0 sack in 4-consecutive games for the first time in his career. He is the first member of the 49ers to do so since LB Aldon Smith in Weeks 11-14 in 2012.
  • Bosa's 12.0 sacks on the season are the most in a single season by a member of the 49ers since DL DeForest Buckner had 12.0 sacks in 2018.
  • DL Arik Armstead registered 4 tackles and 1.0 sack of Seahawks QB Russell Wilson. He now has 3.0 sacks on the season and 25.5 in his career.
  • LB Azeez Al-Shaair and DL Arden Key combined to sack Wilson, marking the first 0.5 sack of Al-Shaair's career. Key now has 3.5 sacks on the season and 6.5 in his career.
  • Al-Shaair also registered a career-high 16 tackles and 1 FF of Everett. The FF marks the 2nd of his career and first since at NE (10/25/20).
  • DL Jordan Willis finished with 3 tackles and 1.0 sack of Wilson. He now has 1.0 sack on the season and 6.5 in his career.



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