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49ers’ Johnson makes game-saving play on Falcons’ Jones

Nov 8, 2015 at 7:15 PM--


The 49ers holding on to a 17-13 lead, the Falcons went for the lead. But CB Dontae Johnson made the play of the game to preserve the lead.
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