Week 2 NFL Live Coverage
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BOOOOOOOOOO. Harbaugh's finishing move sucks now.— SportsPickle (@sportspickle) September 17, 2012
Just a friendly handshake between Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz. Kind of boring.
The 49ers Win! A great defensive performance was the difference for San Francisco. Alex Smith was impressive down the stretch and the 49ers are now 2-0 to start the season.
TOUCHDOWN Lions. Stafford finds TE Brandon Pettigrew on a 9-yard TD pass. Lions now need an onside kick.
Stafford hits Calvin Johnson for 22 yards. 1st & goal for Detroit.
The Lions are driving down 15 points with 2 minutes to go in the game. If Lions can get a quick score and recover an onside kick, they'll be in business.
Tonight's QB comparison: Matthew Stafford vs. Alex Smith
Another look at Alex Smith's bloody nose.
Touchdown Vernon Davis and he celebrates it with another jump shot. Pretty much seals this deal for the 49ers.
TOUCHDOWN 49ers! Alex Smith rolls to his right and finds TE Vernon Davis for his second TD on the night.
The 49ers peck you to death— Dan LeBatard Show (@LeBatardShow) September 17, 2012
49ers have converted on 3rd & 7, 3rd & 14, and 3 & 9 on this drive... ALL to WR Michael Crabtree.
Alex Smith takes a shot to the face and has some blood coming down from the bridge of his nose.
Crabtree with ANOTHER monster 1st-down pickup. 49ers are marching down the field, up 8 with 3:23 to go in the game.
Play action, downfield. Do it.— Jared Wade (@Jared_Wade) September 17, 2012
Crabtree picks up another 1st down, gaining 15 on 3rd and 14. Big time play.
Michael Crabtree picks a big 1st down on 3rd down. Got some help from the Lions' defender on that one.
With under 10 minutes left, the 49ers are holding on to an 8-point lead.
Jason Hanson hits a 48-yard field goal to make it a one score game again.
Do we value the real refs yet?— Todd McShay (@McShay13) September 17, 2012
Matt Stafford clearly down by contact on the 30-yard line. Lions challenge the play in order to save 6 yards. They will win this one.
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