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Sport 49ers rally past Cardinals 36-26 on 4 TD passes by Garoppolo

03:41  18 november  2019
03:41  18 november  2019 Source:   ap.org

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(AP) Jimmy Garoppolo threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Wilson Jr. with 31 seconds left for his fourth TD pass of the game and the San Francisco 49 ers rallied for a This marked the biggest deficit erased by the 49 ers in a win since rallying from 20 points down to beat Philadelphia on Oct. 2, 2011.

(AP) Jimmy Garoppolo threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Wilson Jr. with 31 seconds left for his fourth TD pass of the game and the San Francisco 49 ers rallied for a This marked the biggest deficit erased by the 49 ers in a win since rallying from 20 points down to beat Philadelphia on Oct. 2, 2011.

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -- Jimmy Garoppolo threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Wilson Jr. with 31 seconds left for his fourth TD pass of the game and the San Francisco 49ers rallied for a 36-26 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

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San Francisco 49 ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) throws against the Arizona Cardinals during the second half of an NFL football game Kenyan Drake - who was acquired by the Cardinals on Monday in a trade with the Miami Dolphins - ran for 36 yards on the first play of the game and capped

Garoppolo connected with Wilson over the middle for the go-ahead score one play after the Niners (9-1) narrowly converted on a third-and-3 pass that went to replay review.

BOX SCORE: 49ERS 36, CARDINALS 26

Instead of being ruled short and having to decide whether to kick a tying field goal or go for it on fourth down, San Francisco had a new set of downs and took advantage on Wilson's first career touchdown catch.

David Johnson fumbled on the next play for the Cardinals (3-7-1), who squandered a 16-0 lead and lost their fourth straight game. San Francisco added a fumble recovery for a touchdown by D.J. Reed on the final play after a botched lateral by Arizona.

This marked the biggest deficit erased by the 49ers in a win since rallying from 20 points down to beat Philadelphia on Oct. 2, 2011. San Francisco also overcame a 17-point deficit in the NFC title game at Atlanta following the 2012 season.

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Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 317 yards and four touchdowns on a night his team's vaunted defense wasn't at its best, and the San Francisco 49 ers reached the halfway point of their season undefeated, beating the Arizona Cardinals 28-25 on Thursday. For a quarterback who often gets the backhanded.

San Francisco 49 ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel can’t make the catch as Arizona Cardinals middle linebacker Jordan Hicks (58) defends during the first Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 317 yards and four touchdowns on a night his team’s vaunted defense wasn’t at its best, and the San Francisco 49 ers

Garoppolo threw for 425 yards and four touchdowns, but also threw two interceptions deep in Arizona territory that nearly doomed the 49ers. The first set up a field goal that put Arizona up 19-17 and the second came with San Francisco trailing by three late in the fourth quarter.

The defense responded by forcing a three-and-out on a sack by Arik Armstead. Garoppolo then went 6 of 7 for 58 yards on the game-winning drive.

Kyler Murray threw two TD passes and put the Cardinals ahead 26-23 on a 22-yard keeper with 6:30 to play but it wasn't enough to beat the 49ers.

The Cardinals scored on their first two drives to take a 9-0 lead when Murray found Larry Fitzgerald all alone for a 5-yard score that was his 19th career touchdown against San Francisco.

Arizona added to the lead in the second quarter on a 5-yard TD pass from Murray to Pharoh Cooper before the Niners mostly abandoned an ineffective running game to get back into the contest thanks to a series of underneath passes.

Seahawks knock 49ers from unbeaten ranks with 27-24 OT win

  Seahawks knock 49ers from unbeaten ranks with 27-24 OT win SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — Jason Myers kicked a 42-yard field goal after Chase McLaughlin missed a kick earlier in overtime, and the Seattle Seahawks handed the San Francisco 49ers their first loss of the season with a 27-24 victory on Monday night. Myers gave Seattle (8-2) its second straight overtime win after Russell Wilson got the Seahawks into positon with an 18-yard scramble on third-and-3. After being iced by a timeout, Myers delivered one week after missing two field goals and an extra point, putting Seattle right in the thick of the NFC West race with San Francisco (8-1).

Jimmy Garoppolo ’s first few snaps on his new team the 49 ers after Beathard goes down. Goes 2/2 and a touchdown.

Jimmy Garoppolo threw for 317 yards and four touchdowns and the San Francisco 49 ers reached Kenyan Drake — who was acquired by the Cardinals on Monday in a trade with the Miami Dolphins — ran for 36 yards The 49 ers converted on their second chance when Garoppolo hit Sanders for a

Richie James Jr. took a screen 57 yards to set up Garoppolo's first of two TD passes to backup tight end Ross Dwelley. San Francisco settled for a field goal at the end of the half before Garoppolo and Dwelley connected again on the opening drive of the third quarter to put the Niners up 17-16.

San Francisco looked poised to add to that lead with a drive down to the 12 before Garoppolo threw an interception right to linebacker Jordan Hicks, whose 48-yard return set up a go-ahead field goal by Zane Gonzalez.

INJURIES

49ers DE Dee Ford left in the first half with a hamstring injury.

FLAG DAY

The Cardinals won a rare challenge of a pass interference call set up an early score. Coach Kliff Kingsbury challenged a no-call on a deep pass to Christian Kirk and had it overturned to pass interference on Richard Sherman. The 41-yard penalty turned a fourth-and-7 into a first-and-goal from the 3.

The Cardinals had to settle for a field goal after an offensive pass interference on Christian Kirk wiped out an apparent TD pass to Charles Clay.

Sherman, who hadn't been penalized since the season opener, was called for two more pass interferences against Kirk in the first half.

UP NEXT

Cardinals: Week off before hosting the Los Angeles Rams on Dec. 1.

49ers: Host Green Bay on Sunday.

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