S3 W12: San Francisco 49ers vs New York Jets (CPU)

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    San Francisco Rallies to Victory
    scores 18 fourth quarter points to win 24-10

    The New York Jets led for the majority of their game against the visiting Niners, only for the Jet faithful to come away disappointed after San Francisco rallied to the tune for 18 fourth quarter points to win, 24-10.

    The Jets took an early 7-0 lead following a muffed punt recovery inside the San Francisco 10 yard line, which led to a short TD pass. San Francisco, though able to move the ball, was plagued by turnovers and sacks at the most pivotal moments. In doing so, the Niners settled for two field goals, trailing 7-6 at half.

    The third quarter was uneventful for both teams as defenses dominated the proceedings. However, a deep pass completion by New York, left them in position to score entering the fourth. A few later, New York would extend their lead to 10-6 with a mid range field goal. With plenty of time left in the game, the Niners continued to run their offense, but would again be forced to settle for a field goal, cutting the deficit to 10-9 in the process. After forcing a New York punt, the Niners' explosive WR Jameel Sommerfield caught a WR screen and raced untouched down the sideline for a 56 yard TD. A two-point conversion would put the Niners up seven, at 17-10.

    The Jets, now trailing, and having little success against the San Francisco defense, would turn the ball over in their possessions setting up San Francisco in good field position. San Francisco would cash in on a 33 yard TD run by HB Cedric Shepherd, to put the game away.

    Notable Stats
    QB Colin Kaepernick - 21/33, 320 yards, TD, 2 INT
    HB Cedric Shepherd - 22 car, 126 yards, TD, long 33
    WR Jameel Sommerfield - 6 rec, 176 yards, TD, long 56
    TE Vernon Davis - 6 rec, 88 yards, long 21
    OLB Aldon Smith - 4 tack, sack
     

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