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Christian McCaffrey breaks another 49ers record: Key stats from the 31-13 win vs. Seahawks

Nov 23, 2023 at 10:49 PM--


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The San Francisco 49ers improved to 8-3 on the season after a 31-13 Week 12 win over the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field in Seattle, Washington.

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



With the Win...


  • San Francisco improved to 3-2-1 all-time when playing on Thanksgiving Day.
  • The 49ers have won each of the previous 3 regular season matchups against the Seahawks, including winning consecutive road games against the Seahawks for the first time in franchise history.
  • San Francisco has won 10-consecutive regular season games against NFC West opponents, which ties the Seattle Seahawks for the most consecutive division wins by an NFC West team since 2002 [vs. Arz. (12/26/04) – vs. StL (11/12/06)].
  • The Niners improved to 3-1 in primetime games in 2023, including 2-0 on Thursday Night Football and 15-12 under head coach Kyle Shanahan.

49ers Defense


  • The 49ers defense registered 6.0 sacks at Sea. (11/23/23), marking the first time the unit has registered 6.0-or-more sacks in a game since Week 5 of the 2022 season [6.0 sacks at Car. (10/9/22)].

Fast Starts


  • The 49ers scored a TD on their opening possession for the 7th time this season and have scored a league-high 52 points on the opening possession of games this season.
  • The team's 52 points on opening possessions this season is the 4th-most points scored by an NFL team on opening possessions through their first 11 games since at least 2000.

MOST POINTS SCORED ON OPENING DRIVE IN FIRST 11 GAMES OF A SEASON, SINCE 2000

Rank Team Season Points Scored
1. New England Patriots 2007 58
2. Kansas City Chiefs 2018 55
3. Baltimore Ravens 2019 54
4. San Francisco 49ers 2023 52
5. New Orleans Saints 2018 51

Run the Ball


  • The 49ers scored 3 rushing TDs in the first half at Sea. (11/23/23), which are the most rushing TDs the team has scored in a single half since they scored 3 rushing TDs in the second half against the Chicago Bears in 2021 [W, 33-22 at Chi. (10/31/21)].

Run Defense


  • The 49ers defense has held opposing offenses without a 100-yd. individual rusher in 38-consecutive games dating back to Week 9 of 2021 [vs. Arz. (11/7/21)].
  • San Francisco's 38-consecutive games without an opposing 100-yd. rusher marks the longest active streak in the NFL and the longest streak by an NFL team since the New Orleans Saints streak from 2017-2020 [50-consecutive games without an opposing 100-yd. individual rusher [at LAR (11/26/17) – at Atl. (12/6/20)].
  • It is also the 3rd-longest streak in the NFL since at least 2000.

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES WITHOUT AN OPPOSING 100-YD RUSHER, SINCE 2000

Rank TEAM GAMES Dates
1. New Orleans Saints 50 11/26/2017 - 12/6/2020
2. Baltimore Ravens 39 12/17/2006 - 10/4/2009
3. San Francisco 49ers 38* 11/7/2021 – 11/23/23
4t. Minnesota Vikings 36 11/18/2007-12/13/2009
San Francisco 49ers 36 11/29/2009 – 12/19/2011
5. Pittsburgh Steelers 32 12/20/2007 - 12/20/2009

Brock Purdy


  • QB Brock Purdy completed 21 of his 30 passing atts. for 209 yds. and 1 TD with a passer rating of 86.7.
  • His passing TD marked his 19th of the season and the 32nd of his career.

Christian McCaffrey


  • RB Christian McCaffrey registered 19 carries for 114 yds. and 2 TDs on the ground to go along with 5 catches for 25 yds. through the air.
  • His 114 yds. give him 4 games this season with 100-or-more rushing yds. and mark the 19th such game of his career.
  • McCaffrey's rush TDs marked his 11th of the season and gave him 49 in his career. It also marks his 2nd game this season with 2-or-more rush TDs and the 10th such game of his career.
  • McCaffrey's 11 rushing TDs and 5 TD recepts. through 11 games make him just the 5th player in NFL history and the first since 1975 to record 10-or-more rushing TDs and 5-or-more TD recepts. through a team's first 11 games of a season (HOF RB Jim Brown, 10 rush TDs, 5 TD recepts. – 1962; RB Abner Hayes, 12 rush TDs, 6 TD recepts. – 1962; RB Chuck Foreman, 11 rush TDs, 6 TD recepts. – 1975; HOF RB O.J. Simpson, 10 rush TDs, 5 TD recepts. – 1975).
  • McCaffrey's 11 rushing TDs this season are the most by a 49ers RB in a single season.

MOST RUSHING TDs SCORED BY A RB, FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank TEAM Season Rush TDs
1. RB Christian McCaffrey 2023 11
2t. RB Frank Gore 2009 10
RB Derek Loville 1995 10
RB Ricky Watters 1993 10
5t. RB Roger Craig 1985 & 1988 9
RB Frank Gore 2013 9
RB Ricky Watters 1992 9

  • McCaffrey's 16 total TDs this season are also the most by a 49ers RB in a single season.

MOST TOTAL TDs BY A RB, FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank TEAM Season TDs
1. RB Christian McCaffrey 2023 16
2. RB Roger Craig 1985 15
3t. RB Frank Gore 2009 13

RB Derek Loville 1995 13
5. RB Roger Craig 1983 12

Brandon Aiyuk


  • WR Brandon Aiyuk registered 2 recepts. for 50 yds. and 1 TD, marking his 5th TD recept. of the season and the 23rd of his career.
  • With 1 rec. TD at Jax. (11/12/23); 1 rec. TD vs. TB (11/19/23) and 1 rec. TD on the evening, it marked the second time in his career that he has scored 1-or-more rec. TDs in 3-consecutive games [1 rec. TD at Sea. (11/1/20); 1 rec. TD at NO (11/15/20); 1 rec. TD vs. Buf. (12/7/20)].

Deebo Samuel


  • WR Deebo Samuel tallied 7 recepts. for 79 yds. through the air to go along with 4 carries for 15 yds. and 1 TD on the ground. His rush TD marked his 3rd of the season and the 17th in his career.

Tashaun Gipson Sr.


  • S Tashaun Gipson Sr. registered 5 tackles and 1.0 sack of Seahawks QB Geno Smith.
  • The sack marked his first of the season and gave him 2.5 in his career.

Javon Hargrave


  • DL Javon Hargrave registered 7 tackles and 1.5 sacks of Smith, giving him 6.0 this season and 43.5 in his career.

Arik Armstead


  • DL Arik Armstead registered 5 tackles and two 0.5 sacks of Smith, giving him 5.0 this season and 33.5 in his career.

Kevin Givens


  • DL Kevin Givens registered 1 tackle and a 0.5 sack of Smith, giving him 1.5 this season and 4.5 in his career.

Nick Bosa


  • DL Nick Bosa notched 5 tackles and 2.0 sacks of Smith, giving him 8.0 on the season and 51.0 in his career, the 4th-most in 49ers franchise history.

MOST CAREER SACKS, FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player Sacks
1. DL Bryant Young 89.5
2. DL Charles Haley 66.5
3. LB Ahmad Brooks 51.5
4. DL Nick Bosa 51.0
5. DL Dana Stubblefield 46.5

Ambry Thomas


  • CB Ambry Thomas tallied 1 tackle and 1 INT of Smith, marking his 1st INT of the season and the 2nd of his career.

Jake Moody


  • K Jake Moody connected on a 32-yd. FGA and all 4 of his PATs.



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