49ers Crush Jaguars 34-3 in a One-Sided Affair


The San Francisco 49ers dominated the Jacksonville Jaguars 34-3 on Sunday, ending their three-game losing streak and looking like Super Bowl contenders again. The 49ers scored touchdowns on their first two drives and never looked back, while the Jaguars committed four turnovers and struggled to move the ball.


Purdy and Kittle Shine for the 49ers

The 49ers’ offense was led by quarterback Brock Purdy, who threw three touchdown passes and completed 21 of 28 passes for 264 yards. Purdy connected with wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk for a 12-yard score on the opening drive and then found tight end George Kittle for a 66-yard bomb on the first play of the third quarter. Kittle finished with six catches for 129 yards and two touchdowns, including a 10-yarder in the fourth quarter.

The 49ers also ran the ball effectively, with running back Raheem Mostert rushing for 86 yards on 19 carries and scoring a 1-yard touchdown in the second quarter. The 49ers had 381 total yards and 23 first downs and converted 8 of 13 third downs. They also controlled the time of possession, holding the ball for 36:15.

Jaguars’ Offense Falters Against 49ers’ Defense

The Jaguars’ offense, on the other hand, had a dismal performance against the 49ers’ defense. Quarterback Trevor Lawrence was sacked five times, lost a fumble, and threw two interceptions. He completed 17 of 29 passes for 185 yards and no touchdowns. The Jaguars also had trouble running the ball, with running back James Robinson gaining only 29 yards on 12 carries.

The Jaguars’ only points came from a 52-yard field goal by kicker Josh Lambo in the second quarter. They had 200 total yards and 11 first downs and converted only 4 of 13 third downs. They also had four turnovers, with wide receiver Christian Kirk losing a fumble in the third quarter. The Jaguars’ offense was booed by the home crowd several times, and Lawrence called it “one of the worst games I’ve played in my career.”

49ers Snap Losing Streak, Jaguars End Winning Streak

The 49ers improved to 6-3 with the win and moved into a tie with the Los Angeles Rams for second place in the NFC West. They also snapped their three-game losing streak, which included losses to the Arizona Cardinals, the Seattle Seahawks, and the Green Bay Packers. The 49ers will face the New Orleans Saints next week, hoping to maintain their momentum and challenge the Rams for the division title.

The Jaguars fell to 6-3 with the loss and dropped to second place in the AFC South behind the Tennessee Titans. They also ended their five-game winning streak, which was the longest in the NFL. The Jaguars will face the Houston Texans next week, looking to bounce back and stay in the playoff hunt.

By Kane Wilson

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