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

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Bills vs. 49ers: Final Game Grades, Analysis for San Francisco
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It's a 45-3 final as the 49ers scored touchdowns on their final five possessions, with the last one a run by Anthony Dixon, and accumulated 621 yards of offense, going past the 300-yard mark both rushing and passing in their humiliation of the Bills

They've broken a franchise record for yards, with the previous best (598) also coming, oddly enough, against the Bills, in 1992 in a game where neither team punted. 

The effort level of the Bills' defenders was an embarrassment to pro football, but otherwise it was a fine game. 

Alex Smith set several career records, the defense held firm and forced two turnovers and the second half was as one-sided as any in NFL history. 

The 49ers are tied for the NFC West at 4-1 while the Bills, at 2-3, have allowed 97 points the past two games (and 48 to the Jets in Week, remember). 

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