Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Key stats from the 49ers’ 13-0 Week 12 win vs. the Saints

Nov 27, 2022 at 8:03 PM--

The San Francisco 49ers improved to 7-4 on the season after a 13-0 Week 12 win over the New Orleans Saints at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

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

With the Win…

  • The 49ers are now 50-27-2 all-time against the Saints, including a 24-12-2 record at home.
  • San Francisco improves to 2-1 against the NFC South this season and 6-5 under head coach Kyle Shanahan.
  • The Niners have won four-consecutive games for the first time since 2019.
  • The 49ers are now 4-1 at Levi's Stadium in 2022.


  • San Francisco held the Saints to 0 pts. on the day, marking the team's first shutout since 2019 [W, 9-0 at Was. (10/20/19)].
  • The 49ers have held their opponents to 0 pts. in the 2nd half in 4-consectutive games, marking the first time since at least 1970 that the team accomplished the feat.
  • According to the Elias Sports Bureau, San Francisco is now 1 of 8 teams since the NFL merger to hold their opponent scoreless in 4-consecutive games within a single season.


Season Team Date Range
2022 San Francisco 49ers 10/30/22-11/27/22
2021 New England Patriots 11/7/21-1/28/21
2009 Denver Broncos 9/20/09-10/11/09
2000 Pittsburgh Steelers 10/8/00-10/29/00
1989 Washington Redskins 11/12/89-12/3/89
1980 Detroit Lions 9/7/80-9/28/80
1973 Miami Dolphins 10/28/73-11/18/73
1970 St. Louis Cardinals 11/1/70-11/22/70

  • The 49ers defense has held its opponents scoreless for an entire half an NFL-high 6 times in 2022.
  • The Niners have also prevented its opponents from scoring a TD for an entire half 11 times, which the most in the NFL in 2022.
  • The Niners defense held the Saints to 63 rushing yds. on the day.
  • San Francisco has now kept their opponent under 100 rushing yds. in 8 of the team's 11 games, tied for the most in the NFL this season (Ten. - 8 games).

Jimmy Garoppolo

  • QB Jimmy Garoppolo completed 26 of 37 passing atts. for 222 yds. and 1 TD for a passer rating of 94.7.
  • Garoppolo has not thrown an INT in 4-consecutive games as a starter, marking the longest such streak of his career.

Jauan Jennings

  • WR Jauan Jennings hauled in 6 recepts. for 49 yds. and 1 TD on the day. The 5-yd. TD recept. marked his first TD of the season and the 6th of his career.

Jordan Mason

  • RB Jordan Mason registered career highs in rushing atts. (5) and rushing yds. (25), including a career-long 9-yd. carry.

Nick Bosa

  • DL Nick Bosa recorded 3 tackles and brought down Saints QB Andy Dalton for a 7-yd. sack. The sack gives Bosa 11.5 on the season and 36.0 in his career.
  • Bosa has registered 1.0-or-more sacks in 9 of his first 10 games this sea­son, becoming the 5th player since 2000 to record 1.0-or-more sacks in 9 of his first 10 games of a season (DL Everson Griffin, Min. - 2017, LB De­Marcus Ware, Dal. - 2008, DL Robert Mathis, Ind. - 2005 & DL Hugh Douglas, Phi. - 2000).

Fred Warner

  • LB Fred Warner forced a Saints RB Alvin Kamara fumble, marking the 7th FF of his career and first since 1/2/22 vs. Hou. Warner finished with 7 tackles, 2 PDs and 1 FF.

Samson Ebukam

  • DL Samson Ebukam recovered Kamara's fumble, marking the 5th FR of his career and 1st since 12/29/19 vs. Arz., as a member of the Los Angeles Rams. Ebukam finished with 2 tackles and 1 FR.

Talanoa Hufanga

  • S Talanoa Hufanga also forced a Kamara fumble, marking the first FF of his career. Hufanga finished with a team-high 9 tackles and 1 FF.

Dre Greenlaw

  • LB Dre Greenlaw recovered Kamara's fumble, marking the first of his career. Greenlaw finished with 5 tackles, 1 PD and 1 FR.

Robbie Gould

  • K Robbie Gould connected on a 24-yd. and 46-yd. FG and his 1 PAT.
  • With 2 FGM, Gould (436) matched K Jason Elam and K Sebastian Janikowski for the 9th-most FGM in NFL history.
  • With 7 pts., Gould (647) passed WR/K Gordy Soltau (644) as the 5th all-time scoring leader in franchise history.


Rank Player Points Years Active
1. K Adam Vinatieri 599 1996-2019
2. K Morten Andersen 565 1982-2007
3. K Gary Anderson 538 1982-2004
4. K Jason Hanson 495 1992-2012
5. K John Carney 478 1988-2010
6. K Matt Stover 471 1991-2009
7. K John Kasay 461 1991-2011
8. K Phil Dawson 441 1999-2018
9t. K Robbie Gould 436 2005-present
K Jason Elam 436 1993-2009
K Sebastian Janikowski 436 2000-2018

Related News


Facebook Comments

More San Francisco 49ers News

Key stats from the 49ers' 31-7 NFC Championship Game loss vs. the Eagles

By Site Staff
Jan 29

The San Francisco 49ers lost 31-7 to the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship Game at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Below are several statistics and notes from Sunday's game, which were provided by the 49ers Communications staff. Christian McCaffrey RB Christian McCaffrey registered 14 carries for 84 yds. and 1 TD to go along with 4 recepts. for 22 yds. He has now registered at least 50 scrimmage yds. and 1 TD in all 4 of his career postseason games. He is the 8th player and 6th RB since 1970 to accomplish the feat in at least each of his first 4 postseason games (RB Marcus Allen, LAA/KC - 7 games, RB Terrell Davis, Den. - 7, RB Curtis Martin, NE/NYJ - 5, WR Randy

49ers 'starving' for Super Bowl win, say George Kittle and Trent Williams

By David Bonilla
Jan 26

The San Francisco 49ers held a light practice on Wednesday. According to tight end George Kittle, you probably couldn't tell by how he and his teammates were flying around. The 49ers are eager to get to Sunday and are doing everything they can to ensure they are sufficiently prepared for their NFC Championship Game matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles. One more win sets the stage. During the 2019 season, the 49ers just missed their opportunity to earn the franchise's sixth Lombardi trophy. Here they are again, on the doorstep of another chance to redeem that heartbreaking loss. "It's what you dreamt about since you were a kid," Kittle told reporters on Thursday. "You dream about it when you're in high school and college. You dream about it when you're in the

20 quick observations from the 49ers' playoff win over the Cowboys

By Marc Adams
Jan 23

We started the season asking if Trey Lance could lead the San Francisco 49ers deep into the playoffs in his first season as the starting quarterback. Yet here we are watching Brock Purdy do that very thing, but as a rookie. And now Purdy has a chance to be the first rookie QB in NFL history to lead his team to the Super Bowl. Here are my quick observations from the 49ers' 19-12 Divisional Round win over the Dallas Cowboys. Do punters get nervous, too? Mitch Wishnowsky had two bad punts to start the game. He settled down and finished strong, though. Stop talking bad about Deommodore Lenoir. He's made big plays in back-to-back weeks. Brandon Aiyuk is such a smooth route runner. Can we ban QB draws for 49ers

5 Keys to a 49ers Win Over the Eagles in the NFC Championship Game

By Wayne P. Brown
Jan 28

The NFC Championship game is here. It's number one against number two, and the San Francisco 49ers are the underdogs on the road. It seems the 49ers have to play a perfect game to beat the number-one team in football. If the 49ers want a trip to the Super Bowl, they must stick to these keys to victory against the Philadelphia Eagles. Attack with the Run The Eagles' run defense is ranked 17th in the league allowing, on average, 121.6 yards per game. As ferocious as their pass rush is, the Eagles struggle to stop the run. Good thing the 49ers like to run the ball with their plethora of running backs. Expect running backs Christian McCaffrey and Elijah Mitchell (assuming he plays; Mitchell is questionable due to a groin injury) to lead the way. Head coach Kyle


Trending News

Share 49ersWebzone