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Key stats from the 49ers’ 33-17 Week 13 win vs. the Dolphins

Dec 4, 2022 at 8:12 PM--

The San Francisco 49ers improved to 8-4 on the season after a 33-17 Week 13 win over the Miami Dolphins 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…

  • San Francisco improved to 7-8 all-time against Miami, including a 4-4 mark at home.
  • The 49ers have won 5-consecutive games for the first time since 2019 (Weeks 5-9).
  • The Niners improved to 3-2 against the AFC East under head coach Kyle Shanahan.
  • San Francisco is 5-1 through its first 6 home games for the second time in the last four seasons (2019).

49ers Defense

  • The 49ers defense held the Dolphins to 17 total pts. on the day.
  • The Niners have now held their opponent to 17-or-fewer pts. in 5-consecutive games, the longest streak by the team allowing 17-or-fewer pts. in the same season since doing so in the team's final 6 games of the 1992 regular season.
  • The 49ers defense registered 3 INTs and 3.0 sacks against the Dolphins.
  • San Francisco's 3 INTs vs. Mia. were the most in a single game by the team since 10/25/20 at NE (4 INTs).
  • This marked the first time since 10/27/19 vs. Car. (3 INTs & 7.0 sacks) that the Niners registered at least 3 INTs and at least 3.0 sacks in a single game.
  • The 49ers defense registered 4 takeaways on the day (3 INTs & 1 FR), the most by the team in a single game since 11/29/20 at LAR (2 INTs & 2 FR).

Jimmie Ward

  • DB Jimmie Ward registered 5 tackles and 1 INT of Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa. The INT marked his 2ndof the season and the 6th of his career.

Deommodore Lenoir

  • DB Deommodore Lenoir intercepted Tagovailoa marking the first of his career. He finished with 1 tackle and 1 INT.

Fred Warner

  • LB Fred Warner registered 3 tackles, 2 PDs and 1 INT of Dolphins QB Skylar Thompson. The INT marked his 1st of the season, 4th of his career and his first since 10/25/20 at NE.

Nick Bosa

  • DL Nick Bosa registered 3 tackles, 3.0 sacks and 1 FF. He now has 14.5 on the season and 39.0 in his career, the 8th-most in franchise.
  • The 3.0 sacks marked Bosa's 2nd career game with 3.0-or-more sacks and his first since 10/27/19 vs. Car. (3.0; QB Kyle Allen).
  • His 9 games with 2.0-or-more sacks is the 4th-most recorded by a member of the 49ers since sacks became an official stat in 1982 [DL Bryant Young (22.0 sacks), DL Aldon Smith (13.0 sacks) & DL Charles Haley (13.0 sacks)].
  • His 39.0 sacks through his first four seasons as a member of the 49ers trails only DL Aldon Smith (44.0 sacks, 2011-14) since sacks became an official stat in 1982.

Dre Greenlaw

  • LB Dre Greenlaw finished the day with a team-high 8 tackles, 1 PD and 1 FR returned for a TD.
  • Greenlaw now has 2 career FRs (11/27/22 vs. NO) and 2 career TDs [INT returned for a TD at Det. (9/12/21)].
  • Greenlaw became the first member of the 49ers with at least 1 FR in back-to-back games since S Jaquiski Tartt accomplished the feat in Weeks 10-11 of 2019.
  • Greenlaw became the first member of the 49ers to return a FR for a TD since DB D.J. Reed Jr. vs. Arz. (11/17/19).

Brock Purdy

  • QB Brock Purdy completed 25 atts. for 210 yds. and 2 TDs.
  • Purdy registered the first TD pass of his NFL career on a 3-yd. TD pass to FB Kyle Juszczyk.

Christian McCaffrey

  • RB Christian McCaffrey registered 17 carries for a team-high 66 yds. on the ground and 8 recepts. for a team-high 80 yds. and 1 TD through the air. The rec. TD marked his 3rd of the season and the 20th of his career.
  • With 146 scrimmage yds., it gives McCaffrey 40 games with 100-or-more scrimmage yds. since entering the NFL in 2017, which is tied for the most in that time frame (New Orleans Saints RB Alvin Kamara – 40 games).
  • McCaffrey became the first member of the 49ers to lead the team in both rushing and receiving since RB Raheem Mostert on 9/13/20 vs. Arz. (56 rush yds. & 95 rec. yds.).
  • McCaffrey recorded his 20th career game with at least 8 recepts., becoming the 3rd RB in the Super Bowl era with at least 20 such career games [Larry Centers (21 games) & Marshall Faulk (21 games)].
  • McCaffrey has 16 career games with at least 75 rec. yds., tied for the 3rd-most such games by a RB in the Super Bowl era [(Marshall Faulk (23 games), Ronnie Harmon (19 games) & Keith Byars (16 games)].

Kyle Juszczyk

  • FB Kyle Juszczyk registered 3 recepts. for 12 yds. and 1 TD. The 3-yd. rec. TD marked his first of the season, the 14th of his career and his first since 9/26/21 (vs. GB).

Jordan Mason

  • RB Jordan Mason registered a career-high 51 rushing yds. including a career-long 19-yd. rush on the day.

Robbie Gould

  • K Robbie Gould connected on 36-yd., 43-yd., 47-yd. and 48-yd. FGs and his 3 PATs.
  • With 15 pts. on the day, Gould is now the 10th all-time point leader in NFL History. Gould is the only active player in the top 10.


Rank Player Points Years Active
1. K Adam Vinatieri 2,673 1996-2019
2. K Morten Andersen 2,544 1982-2007
3. K Gary Anderson 2,434 1982-2004
4. K Jason Hanson 2,150 1992-2012
5. K John Carney 2,062 1988-2010
6. K Matt Stover 2,004 1991-2009
7. K/QB George Blanda 2,002 1949-1975
8. K Jason Elam 1,983 1993-2009
9. K John Kasay 1,970 1991-2011
10. K Robbie Gould 1,919 2005-present

  • Gould is currently the only player in NFL history to be in the top-10 in total pts. scored, FG percentage and FGM.


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