San Francisco 49ers players Pro Bowl statistics

Jan 31, 2010 at 8:14 PM--


With linebacker Patrick Willis sitting out the game on the sideline due to a minor injury, four other players represented the San Francisco 49ers on the field Sunday. The AFC won 41-34 over the NFC. Below is a list of the statistics gathered by each player.

TE Vernon Davis
3 receptions for 67 yards

RB Frank Gore
2 carries for 4 yards
2 receptions for 11 yards

DT Justin Smith
3 tackles and 1 sack

P Andy Lee
2 punts for an average of 12.5 yards with a long of 54 yards

Full AFC and NFC statistics can be found here on NFL.com's site.





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