3. On San Francisco’s ensuing series, the 49ers drove down the field with the aid of back-to-back penalties on Arizona’s defense, a 23-yard completion to Deebo Samuel and a 14-yard pickup by Emmanuel Sanders. Garoppolo found Dwelley in the end zone again, however the score was nullified due to an offensive holding call. The 49ers settled for a field goal to cut the lead to 16-10 going into the half.
4. Tevin Coleman opened up the second half with a 37-yard catch-and-run. Under pressure, Garoppolo lobbed the ball to Coleman as the running back made his way up the left sideline to midfield. The drive capped off with a 5-yard touchdown, again, to Dwelley, his second of the game and his career.
5. On San Francisco’s ensuing drive, Garoppolo was intercepted by Arizona linebacker Jordan Hicks. San Francisco’s defense managed to hold Arizona to a field goal, as the Cardinals regained the lead, 19-17.
6. San Francisco responded with a 10-play 75-yard drive that culminated in a 2-yard touchdown reception by Kendrick Bourne. Samuel highlighted the drive with a bobbled 26-yard pickup in double coverage. Juszczyk caught back-to-back receptions for a gain of nine and seven yards, respectively, to move the 49ers inside their own 10. On the next play, Garoppolo connected with Bourne in the back of the endzone to regain the lead.
Juszczyk caught all seven of his targets in Week 11, a career-high.
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Author: San Francisco 49ers