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Key stats from the 49ers’ 28-16 Week 14 win vs. the Seahawks

Dec 10, 2023 at 7:53 PM--


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The San Francisco 49ers improved to 10-3 on the season after a 28-16 Week 14 win over the Seattle Seahawks 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 have swept the season series against the Seahawks in back-to-back seasons for the first time in franchise history.
  • San Francisco has won 5-consecutive games (postseason included) against Seattle, marking the team's longest winning streak in series history.
  • San Francisco has won 11-consecutive regular season games against NFC West opponents, which is the most consecutive division wins by an NFC West team since 2002.
  • The Niners improved to 22-18 against the NFC West, including 4-0 in 2023 under head coach Kyle Shanahan.

49ers Offense


  • The 49ers offense registered 527 total yards on the day, marking the most yards in a single game this season by the team and the most yards that the Niners have registered since 2019 [W, 48-46 at NO (12/8/19 – 516 total net yds.)].
  • The 49ers offense averaged 9.9 yds. per play vs. Sea. (12/10/23), marking the team's highest average yds. per play in a single game since averaging 9.9 yds. per play against the Buffalo Bills in 2012 [W, 45-3 vs. Buf. (10/7/12)].

Offensive Weapons


  • In QB Brock Purdy (368 passing yds.), WR Brandon Aiyuk (126 rec. yds.), WR Deebo Samuel (149 rec. yds.) and RB Christian McCaffrey (145 rush yds.), the 49ers became the first team to have at least 1 player with 300-or-more passing yds., 2 players with 100-or-more rec. yds. and 1 player with 100-or-more rush yds. in the same game since the Baltimore Ravens in 2022 [QB Lamar Jackson (318 passing yds.); TE Mark Andrews (104 rec. yds.); WR Rashod Bateman (108 rec. yds.); QB Lamar Jackson (119 rush yds.) vs. Mia. (9/18/22)].
  • It also marked the first time the team has accomplished the feat in a single game since 10/7/12 vs. Buf. [QB Alex Smith (303 passing yds.); TE Vernon Davis (106 rec. yds.); WR Michael Crabtree (113 rec. yds.); RB Frank Gore (106 rush yds.)].

Opening Drives


  • The 49ers scored a TD on their opening possession for the 8th time this season and have scored a NFL-high 59 points on the opening possession of games this season.
  • The team's 59 points on opening possessions this season is the 2nd-most points scored by an NFL team on opening possessions through their first 13 games since at least 2000.

MOST POINTS SCORED ON OPENING POSSESSION IN FIRST 13 GAMES OF A SEASON, SINCE 2000

Rank Team Season Points Scored
1. New England Patriots 2007 61
2. San Francisco 49ers 2023 59
3t. Indianapolis Colts 2005 56
Philadelphia Eagles 2022 56
5t. Indianapolis Colts 2004 55
Kansas City Chiefs 2018 55

Run Defense


  • The 49ers defense has held opposing offenses without a 100-yd. individual rusher in 40-consecutive games dating back to Week 9 of 2021 [vs. Arz. (11/7/21)].
  • San Francisco's 40-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 2nd-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. San Francisco 49ers 40 11/7/2021 – 12/10/23
3. Baltimore Ravens 39 12/17/2006 - 10/4/2009
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 19 of his 27 passing atts. for a career-high 368 yds. and 2 TDs with a passer rating of 122.1. His 2 passing TDs gave him 25 this season and 38 in his career.
  • Purdy's 70.4% completion percentage marks his 7th-consecutive game with a completion percentage of 70%-or-higher, which is the longest streak of games with a completion percentage of 70%-or-higher by a 49ers QB since QB Joe Montana in the 1989 season.
  • Purdy is also just the 4th QB in NFL history to register a completion percentage 70%-or-higher in 7-consecutive games.

NFL QBs TO REGISTER A COMPLETION PERCENTAGE OF 70%-OR-MORE IN 7-CONSECUTIVE GAMES, NFL HISTORY

Player Team Games Season
QB Joe Montana San Francisco 49ers 8 1989
QB Brock Purdy San Francisco 49ers 7 2023
QB Drew Brees New Orleans Saints 7 2016
QB Sam Bradford Minnesota Vikings 7 2016

  • With a passer rating of 122.1, Purdy has now registered 12 games in his first two seasons with a passer rating of 110.0-or-more, which ties HOF Miami Dolphins QB Dan Marino for the 3rd-most such games in a player's first two seasons in NFL history.

MOST GAMES WITH A PASSER RATING OF 110.0-OR-MORE IN A PLAYERS FIRST TWO SEASONS, NFL HISTORY

Rank Player Team Games
1. QB Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks 14
2. QB Justin Herbert Los Angeles Chargers 13
3t. QB Brock Purdy San Francisco 49ers 12
QB Dan Marino Miami Dolphins 12
5. QB Dak Prescott Dallas Cowboys 11

Christian McCaffrey


  • RB Christian McCaffrey registered 16 carries for 145 yds. on the ground to go along with 1 recept. for 8 yds. through the air.
  • McCaffrey opened the game with a 72-yd. rush, which marked the team's longest rushing play of the season and the 3rd-longest rush of his career [84-yd. rush vs. Jax. (10/6/19); 76-yd. rush at Arz. (9/22/19)]. His 72-yd. rush was the longest by a member of the 49ers since RB Raheem Mostert had an 80-yd. TD run at NYJ (9/20/20).
  • McCaffrey's 145 yds. give him 5 games this season with 100-or-more rushing yds., the most in the NFL, and mark the 20th such game of his career, giving him the 5th-most games with 100-or-more rushing yds. among active NFL RBs.

MOST GAMES WITH 100-OR-MORE RUSHING YDS., ACTIVE NFL RBs

Rank Player Games
1. RB Derrick Henry, Ten. 37
2t. RB Nick Chubb, Cle. 30
RB Ezekiel Elliott, NE/Dal. 30
4. RB Dalvin Cook, NYJ/Min. 21
5. RB Christian McCaffrey, SF/Car. 20

  • With 153 yds. from scrimmage on the day, McCaffrey reached 10,000 yds. from scrimmage in his career (10,071 yds. from scrimmage).
  • In 88 career games, McCaffrey has totaled 10,071 yds. from scrimmage and 77 total TDs, making him the 7th player in NFL history to register 10,000-or-more yds. from scrimmage and 75-or-more total TDs in his first 90 career games (HOF RB Marcus Allen, HOF RB Jim Brown, HOF RB Eric Dickerson, HOF RB Emmitt Smith, HOF RB LaDainian Tomlinson, RB Adrian Peterson).

Deebo Samuel


  • WR Deebo Samuel hauled in 7 recepts. for 149 yds. and 1 TD through the air to go along with 1 carry for 1 TD on the ground. His rec. TD marked his 4th of the season and the 16th of his career, while his rush TD marked his 5th of the season and the 19th of his career.
  • With 116 rec. yds., 2 rec. TDs and 1 rushing TD last week at Phi. (12/3/23) and 149 rec. yds., 1 rec. TD and 1 rushing TD on the day, Samuel became just the 2nd player in NFL history to register 100-or-more rec. yds., 1-or-more rec. TD and 1-or-more rush TD in back-to-back games (RB Timmy Brown, Phi. – 1960).
  • With 1 rush TD and 1 rec. TD on the day, it marked the 3rd time in Samuel's career that he has registered 1-or-more rush TD and 1-or-more rec. TD in a single game and the first time that he has done so in back-to-back games.
  • Samuel's 3 career games with 1-or-more rush TD and 1-or-more rec. TD are tied for the 4th-most in franchise history.

MOST GAMES WITH 1+ RUSHING TD AND 1+ RECEIVING TD, FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player Games
1t. RB Roger Craig 5
RB Christian McCaffrey 5
WR Jerry Rice 5
4t. WR Deebo Samuel 3
RB Ricky Watters 3

  • With 116 rec. yds. last week at Phi. (12/3/23) and 149 rec. yds. this week vs. Sea. (12/10/23), it marked the 3rd time in Samuel's career that he has registered 100-or-more rec. yds. in back-to-back games and the first time he's accomplished the feat since 2021 [100 rec. yds. vs. Ind. (10/24/21); 171 rec. yds. at Chi. (10/31/21)].
  • With 2 rec. TDs last week at Phi. (12/3/23) and 1 rec. TD on the day, it marked the 3rd time in Samuel's career that he has registered 1-or-more rec. TD in back-to-back games.
  • Samuel's 19 career rush TDs are the most by a player whose primary position is WR since at least 1960.

MOST RUSHING TDs BY A WR, SINCE 1960

Rank Player Rush TDs
1. WR Deebo Samuel, SF 19
2. WR Bobby Mitchell, Cle./Was. 18
3. WR Eric Metcalf, Cle./Atl. 12

George Kittle


  • TE George Kittle tallied 3 recepts. for 76 yds. and 1 TD, marking his 6th TD on the season and the 37th of his career.
  • With 76 rec. yds. on the day, Kittle now has 6,065 rec. yds. in 95 career games, which is the 4th-fewest amount of games to reach 6,000 career rec. yds. by an NFL TE since at least 1970.

FEWEST AMOUNT OF GAMES BY A NFL TE TO REACH 6,000 CAREER REC. YDS., SINCE 1970

Rank Player Games
1. TE Rob Gronkowski 86
2. TE Travis Kelce 91
3. TE Kellen Winslow 94
4. TE George Kittle 95

  • Kittle also became the fastest 49ers TE to reach 6,000 career rec. yds. and the 3rd-fastest 49ers player to reach 6,000 career rec. yds.

FEWEST AMOUNT OF GAMES BY A 49ERS PLAYER TO REACH 6,000 CAREER REC. YDS., FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player Games
1. WR Jerry Rice 71
2. WR Terrell Owens 91
3. TE George Kittle 95

  • Kittle is also the 5th tight end in NFL history to register 6,000-or-more rec. yds. in the first 7 seasons of his career (TE Travis Kelce; TE Jimmy Graham; TE Antonio Gates; TE Rob Gronkowski).

Jordan Mason


  • RB Jordan Mason added 4 carries for 20 yds. and 1 TD, marking his 3rd rushing TD of the season and the 4th of his career.

Brandon Aiyuk


  • WR Brandon Aiyuk registered 6 recepts. for 126 yds., giving him a career-high 1,053 rec. yds. on the season and marking the 2nd season of his career with 1,000-or-more rec. yds.
  • With 1,015 rec. yds. in 2022 and 1,053 rec. yds. this season, Aiyuk became the 4th WR and 5th player in franchise history to register back-to-back seasons with 1,000-or-more rec. yds (WR Jerry Rice – 1986-96; WR Terrell Owens – 2000-03; WR Anquan Boldin – 2013-14; TE George Kittle – 2018-19).
  • Aiyuk is the first 49ers WR to accomplish the feat since WR Anquan Boldin in the 2013-14 seasons (1,179 rec. yds. in 2013 & 1,062 rec. yds. in 2014) and the first 49ers player to do so since TE George Kittle in the 2018-19 seasons (1,377 rec. yds. in 2018 & 1,053 rec. yds. in 2019).

Fred Warner


  • LB Fred Warner registered 8 tackles and 1 INT of Seahawks QB Drew Lock, marking his 4th INT of the season and the 8th of his career.
  • Warner's 4 INTs this season are tied for the most by a non-DB in franchise history.

MOST INTs IN A SEASON BY A NON-DB, FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player INTs
1t. LB Fred Warner 4
LB Jim Fahnhorst 4
LB Keena Turner 4
LB Frank Nunley 4
5t. Seven Players 3

  • Warner's 8 tackles give him 107 tackles this season, marking his 6th-consecutive season with 100-or-more tackles.
  • Warner's 6-consecutive seasons with 100-or-more tackles surpass former LB Derek Smith for the most by a 49ers player in franchise history.

MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH 100-OR-MORE TACKLES, FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player Seasons
1. LB Fred Warner 6
2. LB Derek Smith 5
3t. LB NaVorro Bowman 4
LB Patrick Willis 4
5. LB Patrick Willis 4

  • Warner also became the 5th active NFL player to post 100-or-more tackles in 6-consecutive seasons (LB Demario Davis, NO – 6 seasons; LB Erik Kendricks, LAC – 7 seasons; LB Roquan Smith, Bal. – 6 seasons; LB Bobby Wagner, Sea. – 12 seasons).

Nick Bosa


  • DL Nick Bosa registered 6 tackles and 1.5 sacks of Lock, giving him 9.5 on the season and 52.5 in his career, which surpasses LB Ahmad Brooks for the 3rd-most sacks in franchise history.

MOST CAREER SACKS, FRANCHISE HISTORY

Rank Player Sacks
1. DL Bryant Young 89.5
2. DL Charles Haley 66.5
3. DL Nick Bosa 52.5
4. LB Ahmad Brooks 51.5
5. DL Dana Stubblefield 46.5

Clelin Ferrell


  • DL Clelin Ferrell registered 4 tackles and 1.0 sack of Lock, giving him 2.5 sacks on the season and 12.5 in his career.

Randy Gregory


  • DL Randy Gregory registered 1 tackle and 1.0 sack of Lock, giving him 3.0 on the season and 21.5 in his career.

Javon Kinlaw


  • DL Javon Kinlaw registered 3 tackles and a 0.5 sack of Lock, giving him 2.5 on the season and 4.0 sacks in his career.

Ji'Ayir Brown


  • S Ji'Ayir Brown registered 6 tackles and 1 INT of Lock, marking the 2nd INT of his career.



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