49ers vs. Jets: Final Game Grades, Analysis for San Francisco

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49ers vs. Jets: Final Game Grades, Analysis for San Francisco
Note: All grades completely subjective and arbitrary.

The 49ers are 3-1, having beaten the Jets 34-0, dominating in every facet of the game except the "forward pass" and completing their first road shutout since Jan. 6, 1991 at New Orleans, when they won 38-0. 

The game was only 10-0 at half and 17-0 through three quarters, but got ugly in the fourth, when a freak injury to Jets receiver Santonio Holmes caused a fumble return touchdown by CB Carlos Rogers. 

A blocked punt led to another score.

For the game the 49ers ran for 245 yards and dominated a Jets team that takes pride in its physicality, and truly in the later stages it appeared that New York just quit competing. 

The papers will have a field day with the Jets after this one, while all the Bay Area media will have to chew on is whether the Niners can get anything out of Randy Moss

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