Week 10 Niners 52 Bears 31

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    Week 10 Niners 52 Bears 31

    This game's 1st quarter saw 5 total TDs as both defenses struggles out of the gate. Last years rookie of the year RB Devonte Sanders led the game off with a 66yd TD run, which was quickly answered by a RB Matt Forte 18yd score. Almost less than a minute later, SF responded with a 42yd TD pass to WR Mike Thomas. TE Greg Olsen was able to score on a 20yd pass with the next possession, while RB Donald Brown was in the endzone less than a minute later after a 20yd run.

    To begin the 2nd quarter, Chicago put together a solid drive ending on a 3yd run by Forte. With the score tied at 21, SF's defense finally stepped up the rest of the half, allowing the Niners to score three separate times. First on another great run by Sanders for 48yds, a FG, then with 3 seconds left in the half, a 9yd run by RB Glenn Coffee. Halftime score 38-21

    With SF finally figuring out the Bears offense, the second half was basically all Niners and their run game. Chicago scored in garbage time, but other than that it was dominated by Sanders\Coffee. GG

    Niners:

    QB Nate Davis 8\12 147yd 1 TD
    RB Devonte Sanders 7atts 135yds 3 TDs (Player of the Game)
    RB Glenn Coffee 10atts 78yds 2 TDs
    LB Patrick Willis 6tkls, 1int, 1sack

    Bears:

    QB Jay Cutler 19\38 386yds 2 TDs 1int
    RB Matt Forte 10atts 48yds 2 TDs
    TE Greg Olsen 5rec 105yds 1 TD
     

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