49ers vs. Jaguars: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
Riding a five-game winning streak, the San Francisco 49ers move to 6-2 heading into the Week 9 bye.
Granted, this game was what it was—a Super Bowl contender versus the worst team in professional football—but the 49ers still took care of business. Colin Kaepernick and Frank Gore helped this offense drop 42 points on the Jacksonville Jaguars defense, winning by a 32-point margin.
The defense also played lights-out again, even without key contributors like Aldon Smith, Chris Culliver and Ian Williams.
The 49ers are looking like one of the NFL’s best teams, alongside the Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos. They’re only going to get stronger after the bye week, getting players back from their injury lists.
This is a team to keep an eye on going forward.
49ers 42, Jaguars 10
Five-Game Winning Streak
The 49ers will close this one out, 42-10.
This is a huge victory going into the bye week, even though it was against the Jaguars. This was a statement game because of the dominance displayed by the 49ers.
#49ers beat Jaguars in London, 42-10. Who's got it better than us?— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) October 27, 2013
4th Quarter, 3:40 Remaining
Kendall Hunter and Colt McCoy are in at running back and quarterback, while Daniel Kilgore and Adam Snyder have come in on the offensive line.
Vance McDonald is also playing at tight end.
It's safe to say that the 49ers are going into the bye week at 6-2, looking to get Mario Manningham, Eric Wright and possibly Tank Carradine when they return.
Turnover on Downs
Quarterback Colt McCoy will take over with 5:03 remaining in the game and a 32-point lead.
49ers Need to Start Using Second- and Third-Stringers
A bit surprised that Patrick Willis, Justin Smith, et al. are still on the field right now. A garbage-time injury would sully trip.— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) October 27, 2013
4th Quarter, 5:10 Remaining
The Jags are inside the 10-yard line, threatening to punch it. Still, the 49ers are up by 32 points and a score here would not mean a whole lot. The 49ers have been able to score at will and the Jags have been taking too long to score when they have.
Chad Henne just ran a QB keeper play. Ummmm, ok….— Niners Nation (@NinersNation) October 27, 2013
Dan Skuta's Defensive Touchdown from Earlier
49ers Not Winning London Over
Steelers-Vikings game trumped 49ers-Jags by a mile. Apart from the on-field product, there was atmosphere. Crowd is quiet & can't blame them— Paul Logothetis (@PaulLogoAP) October 27, 2013
4th Quarter, 12:10 Remaining
We're seeing a lot of effort from the Jaguars still. It is clear that they just don't match up with the 49ers talent-wise. The gap is huge.
Henne bowled over by Dan Skuta for the pick-6 as Jaguars fail to build off momentum of a 4th-down conversion. Rain spitting down now.— Paul Logothetis (@PaulLogoAP) October 27, 2013
There's a 49ers takeaway (now 13 in last 5 games) and of course a Dan Skuta TD.— Tim Kawakami (@timkawakami) October 27, 2013
Big-play defense by the 49ers defense makes it 42-10.
The 49ers have now scored as many points on the Jaguars as the Seattle Seahawks did, and there is still 13:24 remaining in the game.
WR Kyle Williams Serves No Purpose on the 49ers Anymore
The thing that kept Kyle Williams as the 49ers' punt returner was he was simply catching the football. Today, he couldn't even do that.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) October 27, 2013
What An Unbelievable Career for Frank Gore
And he's still going strong.
49ers RB Frank Gore has 9,457 yards rushing in his career to pass Earl Campbell and Shaun Alexander to move into 30th place all-time.— Matt Maiocco (@MaioccoCSN) October 27, 2013
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