Cardinals vs. 49ers: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
The 49ers Pro Bowl tight end absolutely lit it up, reaching unstoppable proportions and posting a career-high in receiving yards. Davis accounted for 71.42 percent of Colin Kaepernick's aerial production on the day, and hauled in the quarterback's only two touchdowns.
Running back Frank Gore also had himself a day, carrying 25 times for 101 yards against a stingy Arizona run defense.
Outside of that offensive production, San Francisco's defense continued to build on its hot streak by getting after the quarterback and forcing turnovers. With linebacker Patrick Willis returning to the lineup from a groin injury, the unit played inspired football.
They accounted for two interceptions, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one safety and did not allow a 100-yard rusher (not even cumulatively between Andre Ellington and Rashard Mendenhall). All in all, it was a solid showing by the 49ers, who are near the top of their division.
49ers 32, Cardinals 20
Stats for Kap
Colin Kaepernick looks like he'll finish 16-of-29 for 252 yards, two touchdowns and an interception (one pick that was not totally on him). It was an aggressive and ultimately productive day by the 49ers quarterback. He certainly took another step in the right direction this week.
Calais Campbell has numbness and tingling but movement in his extremities, press box announcer says. Will receive further testing.— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) October 13, 2013
4th Quarter, 4:15 Remaining
Phil Dawson boots it through to extend San Francisco's lead to 12.
Carson Palmer will try to put something together here, but with the way this game has gone, it looks doubtful. The 49ers defense has been rock solid.
Calais Campbell was carted off the field, waving to the crowd, which was received by an applause.
Calais Campbell down for several minutes in San Francisco. Stretcher is out.— Bill Barnwell (@billbarnwell) October 13, 2013
Fans at Candlestick should NOT be doing the Wave while a player is being put on a stretcher.— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) October 13, 2013
Calais Campbell Still Down
Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell is still down on the field being tended to by medics in what looks to be a head or neck injury. It appears serious, as he got caught awkwardly under a pile. Some motion has been visible in his upper body.
49ers Take It Away On Defense
Corey Lemonier comes through again, whacking the running back and knocking the ball loose.
Matthieu slammed Hunter well after he had crossed the goal line. Boone, Boldin and Matthieu all hit with unnecessary roughness/fouls offset.— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) October 13, 2013
49ers go up by 9, two-possession game, and THAT is why you don't chase 2-point conversions in the third quarter.— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) October 13, 2013
Touchdown, Kendall Hunter!
The 49ers No. 2 tailback scores, pushing the 49ers lead to two nine points. Fantastic drive by San Francisco. Arizona missing on the two-point conversion earlier may come back to bite them.
Mike Iupati has his helmet on and he looks ready to go back into the game.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) October 13, 2013
Frank Gore Steamrolling On This Drive
Gore is six yards shy of 100 yards.
Cardinals DE Calais Campbell has to step off the field.
Campbell comes out, looks like left arm, hand. Drs looking at it.— Kent Somers (@kentsomers) October 13, 2013
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