San Francisco 49ers vs. New York Jets: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
The San Francisco 49ers route the New York Jets 34-0 in the 4th quarter
The 49ers moved to 3-1 after a commanding road win over the Jets at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands. San Francisco came in and took control of the ball game, and were not even terribly aggressive on offense. They did not expose the secondary, but won this game with ball control and an efficient ground attack.
The Jets were out-coached and out-played.
The team also might have lost their best offensive player in Santonio Holmes. The wide receiver suffered an eerie knee injury and left the game. The extent of his injury is unknown at this point but if the Jets lose Revis and Holmes in back-to-back weeks, they can just about call it a season.
The Jets fall to 2-2 and have some serious work ahead of them come Monday.
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Joe Staley (left) and Anthony Davis (right) holding down the tackle spots for San Francisco, Via
Klecko unhappy with Sanchez's leadership on SNY. Ray Lucas blasting Tannenbaum. It's a tire fire for the Jets.— Judy Battista (@judybattista) September 30, 2012
Rex: "we got our ass kicked"— Manish Mehta(@MMehtaNYDN) September 30, 2012
49ers linebacker Tavares Gooden after the win. Gooden recovered a special teams fumble today against the New York Jets. Via
If anyone thinks Tebow can save jets your nuts!! Tebow is personal protector on punt team, they means you help before you leave!— Merril Hoge (@merrilhoge) September 30, 2012
And that's the ball game...
The 49ers clobbered the Jets and the crowd is alive with "LET'S GO NINERS" chants. San Francisco dominated in all three phases, reclaiming the identity they lost a week ago today. It was great for one team, yet horrible for the other.
The Jets defense started well but could not endure a game with Mark Sanchez commanding the Jets offense. It inevitably went downhill and the 49ers capitalized like a lion pouncing an elk. There was never a moment during this one where the Niners did not have absolute control.
Wow ... Was that a mercy slide from Kaepernick?!?— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) September 30, 2012
A shot of MetLife stadium as time winds down, Via
Just sayin'--- Took 49ers as eliminator pick and as top pick in Blazin 5.You want no piece of an angry Harbaugh.— Colin Cowherd (@ESPN_Colin) September 30, 2012
Colin Kaepernick in at QB
So the 49ers turned to Colin Kaepernick before the Jets turned to Tim Tebow, interesting. The Niners backup QB is going to keep this offense going and run the clock out. A huge, huge win for San Francisco on the road. A dominant performance.
4:54 remaining in the 4th quarter...
The Jets are down 34-0 and punting back to San Francisco. One has to wonder, "Are you going to put Revis on IR yet, Rex? Or are you still thinking Super Bowl?" C'Mon Man!
And there's no reprieve in-sight. Revis out! Holmes out! Sanchez looks awful and even Tebow looks like he can't run. Pathetic!— Stephen A Smith (@stephenasmith) September 30, 2012
Kendall Hunter SCORES!!
The 49ers pound it in with Kendall Hunter, who shot right through a seam in the line and out the other side. The 49ers are now up 34-0 OVER THE HOME TEAM NEW YORK JETS.
THE PUNT IS BLOCKED!!
The Jets punt was blocked by Larry Grant! Recovered by Tavares Gooden inside the NYJ-5. Great special teams play by the 49ers. And the offense takes over.
Sticking With Sanchez, 7:50 remaining in the 4th quarter...
Mark Sanchez is 12-of-24 for under 100 yards passing and no touchdowns. The offense has also turned the ball over 3 times.
Aldon Smith's third sack of the day is wiped out by a holding call on Tarell Brown.— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) September 30, 2012
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