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  • Head Coach Jon Gruden

    QB Derek Carr

    TE Jared Cook

    WR Brandon LaFell

    S Reggie Nelson

    G/T Kelechi Osemele

    RB Jalen Richard

    DT Frostee Rucker

    Attendance: 69,592 | Weather: Clear - 82 degrees | Time: 2:50

    Head Coach Kyle Shanahan

    QB Nick Mullens

    RB Matt Breida

    DL DeForest Buckner

    FB Kyle Juszczyk

    TE George Kittle

    DL Cassius Marsh

    T Mike McGlinchey

    G/C Weston Richburg

    CB Richard Sherman

    T Joe Staley








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  • San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders

    Thursday, November 1, 2018 With The Win…

    • The 49ers tied the all-time series against the two teams at 7 wins apiece. • San Francisco finished the “Battle of the Bay” series as winners of four of the final five

    matchups. • San Francisco’s 31-point margin of victory was the largest by the team since 10/27/13 (42-

    10 at Jax.). The Offense Shines Under The Lights

    • The 49ers offense registered 405 total net yds. on 54 plays (7.50 avg). The 7.50 avg. yds. per play were the highest by the team in a single game since 11/12/17 vs. NYG (8.17 yds. per play).

    • The 49ers offense did not allow a sack on 22 passing atts. by QB Nick Mullens. It marked the first time the team did not allow a sack since 12/31/17 at LAR (33 atts. – QB Jimmy Garoppolo).

    Mullen Em Over

    • In his NFL debut, QB Nick Mullens completed 16 of 22 atts. (72.7 pct.) for 262 yds., 3 TDs and QB rating of 151.9. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Mullens is the first player, making his NFL debut with the 49ers, to throw for 2-or-more TDs in that game.

    • With 3 TD passes, Mullens tied the franchise record for the most TD passes by a player in his first start with the 49ers [QB Tim Rattay vs. StL (11/2/03); QB Ty Detmer vs. Car. (11/8/98); QB Matt Cavanaugh at Phi. (9/23/84)]. He also set the franchise record for highest QB rating (min. 10 atts.) in his first start with the team (151.9) and ranks 3rd for the most passing yds. (262).

    Most Passing Yards In First Start In Franchise History Rank Name Opp. Date Atts. Comps. Yds. TDs INTs QB Rating 1 Jimmy Garoppolo at Chi. 12/3/17 37 26 293 0 1 82.4 2 Ty Detmer vs. Car. 11/8/98 36 22 276 3 3 78.0 3 Nick Mullens vs. Oak. 11/1/18 22 16 262 3 0 151.9 4t. Matt Cavanaugh at Phi. 9/23/84 34 17 252 3 0 104.0 Jeff Kemp at LAR 9/14/86 24 19 252 1 2 89.6

    • Mullens’ 151.9 QB rating was the highest QB rating in a single-game by a 49ers QB since 10/29/12 vs. Arz. (QB Alex Smith – 157.1).

    • Mullens avg. 11.9 yds. per att., the highest avg. yds. per att. by a 49ers QB in a single-game since 10/18/15 vs. Bal. (QB Colin Kaepernick – 12.9 yds. per att.).

  • • On the 49ers first possession of the game, QB Nick Mullens engineered a 6-play, 75-yd. drive that resulted in a 24-yd. TD pass to WR Pierre Garçon. He completed each of his 3 passes for 41 yds., including his first-career TD pass.

    • With 3 TD passes on the night, Mullens became the first member of the 49ers to throw for 3-or-more TDs in a game since QB Colin Kaepernick on 11/27/16 at Mia. (3 TD passes).

    Stone Cold Kittle

    • TE George Kittle registered 4 recepts. for 108 yds. and 1 TD. This marked his 2nd 100-yd. game of the season (125 yds. at LAC) and 3rd of his career.

    • Kittle is the first 49ers TE to have multiple 100-yd. games in a single season since TE Vernon Davis in 2011 [118 yds. at StL (1/1/12); 114 at Cin. (9/25/11)].

    • With his 71-yd. recept. today, along with his 82-yd. TD recept. at LAC, Kittle is the first TE in the NFL to have 2 recepts. of 70 yds.-or-more in a single season since 1972 (NYJ TE Rich Caster).

    Surfin’ USA

    • RB Raheem Mostert registered 7 carries for 86 yds. including a career-long 52-yd.TD run, marking the first TD of his career.

    KB, Do You Love Me

    • WR Kendrick Bourne registered 2 recepts. for 6 yds. and 1 TD, his 3rd TD recept. of the season.

    Richie Rich

    • WR Richie James Jr. registered career highs in both recepts. (2) and rec. yds. (60). Gimme 8

    • The 49ers defense finished the game with 8.0 sacks. It marked the 10th time since 1982 and the first time since 1/3/10 at StL (8.0 sacks) the team has registered 8.0-or-more sacks in a game. Five different players registered a sack and the defense was also credited with 1.0 team sack.

    • The 49ers defense held the Raiders to 140 net yds. passing, the fewest allowed in a single-game by the team since 12/3/17 at Chi. (85 net yds. passing).

    Cassius Kwondo

    • DL Cassius Marsh registered a single game career-high 2.5 sacks on the night. He now has 3.5 sacks on the season and 9.5 in his career.

    Sack Dekoda

    • Making his season debut, LB Dekoda Watson registered 1.5 sacks on the night. His 1.5 sacks are a single-game career high. He now has 5.5 sacks in his career.

    Buck In Here

    • DL DeForest Buckner brought down Raiders QB Derek Carr for a 5-yd. sack. He now has 5.5 sacks on the season and 14.5 for his career.

    Rockin’ Ronnie

    • DL Ronald Blair III registered 1.0 sack of Carr. Along with his 1.0 sack last week at Arz. (10/28/18), Blair has registered 1.0 sacks in consecutive games for the first time in his career.

    • Blair III now has a career-high 3.5 sacks on the season.

  • Solly Is Jolly

    • DL Solomon Thomas was credited with 1.0 sack on the night, marking his first on the season and 4th of his career.


    ***MEDIA ALERT***


    What: Fans and members of local Silicon Valley businesses will team up with 49ers players, alumni and local sports celebrities to compete in a bowling tournament that will raise money for Bay Area youth in need. The event will also have complimentary food, drinks and fan gifts, while attendees can take photos with all five of the franchise’s Lombardi Trophies. All funds raised at this event will support the charitable programs of the 49ers Foundation.

    When: Monday, November 5, 2018 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Who: 49ers players and alumni, including 49ers Foundation Honorary Chairman and Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, as well as local sports celebrities, representatives from the 49ers Foundation and members of the Faithful Where: Bowlmore Cupertino 10123 N Wolfe Road #20 Cupertino, CA 95014 Other: For more information visit www.49ers.com/bowling. All media must RSVP to 49ers Contact: Emily Lucas – (408) 986-4891 – [email protected]


  • 49ers Head Coach Kyle Shanahan Press Conference – November 1, 2018

    San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders Opening comments: “[CB Emmanuel] Moseley had a shoulder, didn’t return. [RB Raheem] Mostert broke his arm, didn’t return, obviously. And, [TE George] Kittle, chest.” Mostert out for the season? “They didn’t tell me, but I would assume so with a broken arm.” Where have you been hiding this quarterback? “We’ve just been keeping our secret weapon ready to go. He did an awesome job today. The guys played real well around him. There’s a lot on his plate coming in and being his first time in a real NFL game, non-preseason, started off real well, was very poised. Got the guys in and out of the huddle and did a helluva job.” Did QB Nick Mullens, did he surprise you at all? “You never know until you see someone. He didn’t surprise us in terms of, the game’s not too big for Nick. He’s very poised. He is always locked in. The guys, they respect him. He earned a lot of respect in the preseason, them watching him play. Both years, last year and this year. The way he handles himself in practice each week. He didn’t really know for sure whether he was going to start today, until today, and just the way he handled the two days of long walk-troughs and stuff. He’s a machine in there and I was happy for him.” What do you mean a machine? “Just how locked in he is, just his detail and how he prepares for a game each week. There was no difference in him knowing the game plan this week than last year when he didn’t have a chance of playing. That’s what I mean by a machine. He’s always working. He’s always studying. He’s always acting like he’s going to be the starter and today he got his opportunity and it paid off.” You called a pass on the first play. Was the idea to be aggressive from the outset and just let him air it out? “No, I didn’t plan on running it every down all game. We liked the pass and we liked starting out that way and we have confidence in Nick. That’s why he’s here and he did a very good job. But, no, that was nothing different.” Winning the final Battle of the Bay, how does the eternal bragging rights that you guys are going to get feel, for your team? “I’m not sure about that right now. I grew up a huge Niners fan. I also grew up a Raiders hater from growing up mainly in the AFC West also, and also having a history with them. It feels good definitely. It feels good to win and I’m definitely happy for our fans.” Piggybacking off of that, how do you feel about how the Niners are about to become the Bay Area’s only NFL franchise? “I feel like it’s kind of always been like that too. I don’t mean it in that way, but they’ve been here the longest and they’ve never left.” What was the process today, getting to make the decision on Mullens and how close was QB C.J. Beathard?

  • “The main thing was whether C.J. could just be the backup or not. Kind of yesterday we had a pretty good idea that we were going to go with Nick. We just wanted to make sure that C.J. could be out there and at least be healthy enough to be the backup. So, we had to go through that this morning with him. Once we confirmed that we were good to go.” Sorry you can’t enjoy this longer before you get this question. “It’s alright. I expect it from you. Just joking.” Will you consider Nick to remain the starter for the Giants game? “Yeah, definitely we’ll consider it. Definitely not thinking about that right now, but our whole team played very well. Nick definitely did. I thought our guys upfront played well. I thought the entire offense did. I thought the defense played their tail off. I thought the pass rush was there. I thought we tackled well. I thought our punter and kicker did well. It was a very good all-around win. I was real happy for our guys. We’ve been through a lot here and we’re not done. We’re trying to get our way out of this. It’s good to get a win today and hopefully it can lead to some others.” Did Nick have the full breadth offense at his disposal? “Yeah, Nick knows the offense as well as anyone. He’s been here since day one.” How much, obviously, does that help with everybody else sort of being on the same page the fact that you don’t have to make those kinds of changes for a guy in his situation? “It’s huge. It’s always tough. You go through a lot of work with guys in the offseason and OTAs and training camp. You try to build a foundation of your verbiage and how to use guys. It takes a lot of work for everyone, That’s why it’s a huge challenge during the year to change quarterbacks and sometimes when you go through some unfortunate situations, bringing in someone who hasn’t been in, you have to limit it, which helps that guy have a chance, but it makes it a lot tougher on everyone else. Just the fact that Nick has been here for the entire time, you don’t have to limit anything offensively with the play calls and everything and I think it makes everyone else’s job a lot easier.” Considering how well Nick played tonight and the struggles C.J. had the past few weeks, why not make the switch sooner? “Because I don’t put all those struggles on just C.J. I think people make a huge mistake just saying, ‘If you win it’s the quarterback, if you lose it’s the quarterback.’ There are 11 guys on offense. There are 53 guys on our team. I thought our team had probably our best game of the year so far. That’s nothing against C.J. I think C.J. would have played well tonight too if he played.” It looked like Nick was doing really well on the play action fakes, especially on third down. Was there one throw that really stood out to you or a move that he did? I know he had a long pass to WR Richie James Jr., Kittle made the one hander and the three touchdown passes. Do any of those stand out? “Yeah, the one to Kittle was very impressive. He got to the number two guy in his read, and from what I saw, it didn’t look like he had a very good window. He did a good job getting around someone and then Kittle made a helluva play catching that. I thought one down on the redzone was an RPO play, just getting it to [TE Ross] Dwelley. That was his first catch. I thought that was a helluva throw. Just the way he hung in there and was very efficient and ran the offense very well.” Will you make sure all your quarterbacks watch the YouTube video Nick Mullens did to learn how to take snaps from a center? “Yeah, I think we need to show that more. Obviously, it’s helped him.”

  • Why was the pass rush able to get going tonight? “I’m not sure exactly. It looked like we got after them from the times I saw. I’ll watch on the film to see if there’s anything different. I thought Saleh did a good job mixing up his calls. I thought we did a good job mixing up our stunts. I thought our guys won the one-on-one battles. It’s not just the rush, I think our guys held up in coverage well and when people aren’t open right away and you make that quarterback take a couple of hitches, it’s just tying both those guys together up front and in back. I think they had an all-around good game.” How much do you think having a lead contributes to that? “I think having a lead is huge. The more you can have a lead, the more one dimensional you can make people. It seems like they were fairly balanced with it, but that’s something that the better you can do on offense, always the more that helps the defense. And, the better the defense can do, the more that helps the offense. It’s a huge team win. I think when all three facets were playing well, it’s not a coincidence that helps all three facets.” Is there anything in particular that’s been clicking for DL Cassius Marsh lately? “Cassius goes hard every play. He’s done it all year. He’s done it his whole career. I’ve played against him a number of times and since he’s been here, Cassius has a motor that never stops. When you have a motor like that and you’re always working, it’s usually a matter of time before something good happens.” When you think of year two George Kittle, impressing you? “Everything. He impressed me a lot last year. I think he’s only gotten better. You only get better or worse and he’s a guy who’s gotten a lot better after playing at a pretty high-level last year. George, I think people underestimate or don’t talk enough about how good he is for us in the run game. He’s a very good run blocker. He’s a very physical player. I think everyone is starting to see how good he is in the pass game. What’s been the most impressive is, when you get the ball in his hands you guys can just see that he has a certain attitude to him that he’s trying to score every time he touches the ball, whether he’s 80 yards away or two yards away.” You’ve talked about Mullens’ poise, but even so, did you feel the need to talk to him at all and say, ‘Hey be yourself,’ or just give him a special message because it was his first game? “I try not to make too big a deal about that type of stuff. I don’t think I have some magical words that’s going to take someone’s nerves away. I think I can pretend like that and go sit there and over talk to him, but Nick is prepared for this moment. I just tell him to go out there, be yourself, you deserve this moment. Go out there, play your hardest and see what happens, because Nick has prepared a long time for this, he deserved this and I was happy he got the results.”

    49ers QB Nick Mullens Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

    San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders You got verified tonight – mid-game. What’s that like, man? How’s that feel? “I guess pretty cool. It’s cool.” When did you find out about that? Right in the locker room afterwards, or what? “Yeah. I think somebody told me after the game. I was really excited about a lot more things than that.” You prepare, obviously, like you’re going to be a starter every week. But, was it different this week preparing?

  • “The feeling, obviously, knowing that you’re going to start puts some more emphasis on it I guess you guys could say. But, you know, my preparation stayed pretty consistent. Studied the plan. Always going to be ready when my name is called, and it was called. I just tried to do the best that I could. The team did the best that we could. We played great, sound football all three phases of the game.” Was it difficult? You didn’t really have practices. It was your first week going in as a starter, but you didn’t have those real practice time reps. How did you kind of replicate that? Did you do extra work? “You just study your progressions, really. Just know where to go with the football based on the look that you get. That was the biggest thing. I knew as long as I could just stick to my progressions, then I would have a chance. It definitely helped that the O-Line protected their butts off tonight. They did a great job, definitely.” What’s it like getting the phone call from Brett Favre after the game? “It was pretty cool. Definitely an honor. It’s cool to see Southern Miss alumni stay in-tune with the program and support each other. So, I’m definitely appreciative of that, and definitely have the most respect for Brett.” What’d he say to you? “He just told me how proud of me he was. He sent me a message before the game. He said, ‘No pressure. Just be yourself,’ and that’s what I tried to do before the game and during the game. So, just tried to stay calm out there and lead the offense. Obviously, we got some veterans on the O-Line, so it was just a very collective effort.” How’d you sleep last night? “I slept good, except I woke up about every hour. But, those hour periods were great. No, I slept pretty good. No, the Marriott – spent plenty of nights there.” When did you have an idea? I assume it was yesterday that you had a good idea that you were going to start. “Yeah, I had an idea. I found out yesterday, and I was just ready to go. Very excited, and the opportunity was in front of me.” When did you feel like you truly settled in? Did it feel like after that first touchdown drive, or were you pretty confident at the beginning of the game? “I don’t know if I did. I was on edge until the clock hit zero, to be honest. I was just ready to win. Ready to just keep going. The O-Line, we worked together with the skill guys. I thought we just worked well as a unit in the huddle. We were all banded together and just ready to go. We were excited. We were ready to attack. I thought we did that well tonight.” What was your most challenging throw? Was it the one to TE George Kittle that he made one-handed? “Yeah, probably. Yeah, you could say that. I just tried to leave it a little inside for him. I still haven’t seen his catch, but they said it was sick. So, I can’t wait to see it. But, yeah, I just tried to leave it inside and he made a great play like he has all year.” Because you were undrafted, you hadn’t taken a snap in a regular season game before tonight, I think the expectations publicly were very modest. Did you view this as like, ‘Now, I can finally show people what I can do?’ “To an extent. I keep some of it in the back of my mind, but not all of it. I think I’m here for a reason and this was my opportunity to prove that I can play. Talked about that a couple times since I’ve been here.

  • So, a little bit. But, the biggest thing is just attack your job and worry about what matters. What mattered most tonight was the team and how we played.” Before you came out here, you were sitting in your locker and head coach Kyle Shanahan came over and said something. What did he say? “We were talking about Kittle’s catch, actually. That was a pretty cool play. Other than that, he was just proud of me and obviously, I’m very appreciative that he put me in great situations and put the whole offense in great situations to succeed.” George shared that you would blast your headphones to simulate crowd noise. “Yeah. I don’t know how he found that out because I only do that at my house. But, yeah, it’s a good way to prepare.” Where do you get crowd noise? “Apple music.” Do you just search for crowd noise? “Yeah.” CB Richard Sherman said he told you to give the pre-game speech. What were your thoughts when he asked you to do that? How did that process go? “I was ready to go, to be honest. Yeah, I love doing that stuff. I’m pretty, I guess, I don’t know what guys would describe me as, chill in the locker room I guess. On game day, I love to compete and that’s what it’s all about. So, yeah, I was ready to go. The whole team was. We brought great energy, played with great energy on offense, defense and special teams.” What was the message you wanted to get across to your teammates? “It was a four-round fight. The whole week we talked about finishing, finding a way to finish. You know, tonight, we did. It’s a four-round fight. Even in the fourth quarter, foot on the gas. It was the last round of the fight. Let’s finish this thing. So, that was kind of the emphasis for us tonight.” Obviously, the team needs to have confidence in their quarterback. Did you feel that confidence form your teammates in you? “Yeah, I believe so. I just appreciated that they listened in the huddle. I’m probably pretty annoying sometimes, to be honest. But, appreciate that they listened, respected me and gave me a chance to lead the offense. Everybody worked well tonight. I think we said we distributed the ball well, we ran the ball well and they blocked their butts off up front. So, I thought everybody worked well together.” You’re happy they listened to you because you’re annoying? Is that what you said? “Yeah. I’m always talking through the game, just trying to encourage guys, trying to keep them up. I’m sure sometimes, I don’t know if they’re listening to me or not. But, I’m talking.” Back to the Apple music crowd noise, is that something you did in college, as well? “Not really, because in college you didn’t have to worry about the play calls as much. So, in the NFL, play calls, I should be able to hear those and repeat those. The crowd noise, it’s a good way to simulate the game to prepare.” How does it feel to be the last winning quarterback of the Battle of the Bay? “Yeah, that’s an incredible honor. I grew up watching the Niners, even from Alabama. It’s an incredible honor. I knew it was a big game for the people around this area, and I’m glad I can represent the Niners the right way. Glad we got a win, for sure.”

  • 49ers RB Matt Brieda

    Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018 San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders

    From the opening kickoff you guys just took it to them and dominated this game from start to finish. “We wanted to come out and prove to everyone on national television that we are not a joke. It doesn’t matter what our record says, we are going to play hard every game.” What were the adjustments you guys made going into this game? Everything clicked, it just seemed you had different energy from past weeks. “We just eliminated turnovers and penalties and just playing better football. We emphasized this week that everyone do their own job. Just do your job and things will get done. I believe that is what we did tonight.” Are you surprised by the performance of San Francisco 49ers QB Nick Mullens? “No. No. I tried to tell you guys earlier in the week that he is just a baller. He comes to work every day and he is just in his book. If you guys come in and see him, he is at his locker in his book every week and now it is finally paying off for him.” Why is he so prepared for this moment and seize like he did? “Because he is Nick Mullens. That is what he does. He is ready for big moments anytime. He is going to be a great quarterback in this league when he gets his shot.” Did you expect him to be as flawless as he was? “Yes. I have seen it all week in practice making all the right reads and making the correct passes. It showed today in the game.” What kind of confidence was he exuding leading up to this game with you guys? “So much confidence even in the huddle telling the guys ‘Hey watch out for this blitz.’ or ‘watch out for this play, we are going to check this.’ He had got a lot of confidence and I think that is what is makes him a great quarterback.”

    49ers DL DeForest Buckner Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

    San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders It seemed like from the outset you guys were determined to go after Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr? ”Definitely, this week as a D line we knew we had to get after it. I am just happy the way everybody played and responded to the task at hand. The sacks were spread around today.” Even though it was a short week, you guys looked energized and you guys looked fast. Did it feel that way? “Most definitely. [Head Coach] Kyle [Shanahan] did a really good job of taking care of the team physically. He challenged us mentally all week. We had some long days. The guys stepped to the plate and took advantage of that week. We knew it was going to be a short week but we didn’t want to make any excuses being sore because the Raiders had the same short week we had.” What was clicking as far as the pass rush today?

  • “I think guys were just going out there and feeding off each other. I think everyone was just energized. We came out with a lot of energy today. We had [LB] Dekoda [Watson] back and he had some action today. It was fun just seeing him out there playing. He has been wanting to get out there all year. [LB Ronald Blair III] Ronnie had a couple, [DL] Cassius [Marsh] had a couple. Everyone was just feeding off each other and having fun out there.”

    49ers FB Kyle Juszczyk Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

    San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders

    What do you make of 49ers QB Nick Mullens tonight and how he approached the game? “He was phenomenal. From the first snap he took command of the huddle. I can’t tell you how many times that he told us to quiet down. It was impressive. He studied his butt off all week and he was prepared and ready to go. He went out there and executed and killed it.” He didn’t have any real reps, you guys just did walk-throughs all week right? “Yes, walk-throughs all week. The dude is a gamer. We saw it all in the preseason. When he gets an opportunity he goes out there and makes the most of it. He did a good job of that today.” What was he like in the pregame speech? We saw him get that duty today, what was the message? “He always preaches focus and to do your job and be ready. It’s funny because you can just see him flip that switch and become serious, when he is in charge. The guys respond well to it and he did an awesome job with that.”

    49ers TE George Kittle Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

    San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders Can you take us through the long catch there, how you pulled that off? “I closed my eyes, 100-percent.” Seriously? “Yep. I just kind of stuck an arm out there and it fell in my hand.” You still managed to run after the catch though. “Trust me, as soon as I kept running, I was like, ‘I cannot believe I’m still up right now.’ It’s crazy.” You knew you were going to make it into the end zone? “I looked up at the screen and I think it was [Raiders CB Gareon Conley] 21 following me and I was like, ‘he’s faster than me so I just have to protect the ball.’ [Head coach Kyle] Coach Shanahan rewarded me like two plays later so that’s pretty fun.” Were you surprised at all by 49ers QB Nick Mullens’ performance? “Not at all. He’s a guy that he is more prepared than coach Shanahan, I swear, for our games. It doesn’t matter if he’s second string, third string, he is a guy that prepares every week like he is the starter and the guy. That’s completely on him. That’s not anyone telling him he should study more, but that’s just him being 100-percent prepared.” How does he go about preparing?

  • “My favorite story that I’ve heard so far is that when we have away games, he puts on his headphones super loud, crowd noise, and then he calls the plays out loud so he gets used to calling them with noise all around him. That’s the best thing I’ve seen so far.” This is during the week? “Yeah, that’s what he does. He does that. I know coach Shanahan will record the calls for him and he’ll listen to them and he’ll re-call them out. I’m pretty sure last year he was a guy that took the script after the game and he’d go out on the field after the game and run the plays by himself. That’s just Nick Mullens in a nut shell.” Last Battle of the Bay. How does it feel to get those across town bragging rights against the Raiders? “It’s my first one and the last one so it’s pretty awesome because I’m 1-0.” How big was it for you guys to get this win? You guys have lost six straight, you have been in some close, though losses. You guys were able to get a start to finish, convincing win. “It’s fun. Football is easier when you’re having fun.” How much does it help to have the full breadth of the offense at your disposal when you have the third string quarterback in there? “He just hops in like nothing happened. You couldn’t tell there was a difference if he was first string or third string. He just played like a baller.” We saw him giving a pregame speech there to you guys. What’s his message in there and how fiery is he in that situation? “He’s so fiery, it is awesome. He’s kind of a quiet guy, keeps to himself, but he rose to the occasion tonight and he did all week during practice. Like I said, that’s all on him. He’s a fantastic player and a great guy and he put himself in this situation.” This is another 100-yard game for you receiving. You’re on pace to eclipse 1,000 yards and be the first 49ers tight end to do so. What’s clicking for you this year? “That’s on the whole team. Coach Shanahan puts me in positions to get open and he tells the quarterback to throw me the ball. He has the offensive line blocking for him the whole time which gives me time to run my route. That’s really, coach Shanahan gave me the opportunities and I just have to make the most of them.” What was Nick like on the sidelines? “Cool, calm and confident.” Did he say anything to you specifically after the touchdown? “No, the dude doesn’t change. It’s unreal, absolutely unreal. He’s just a gunslinger.”

    49ers DL Cassius Marsh Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

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    It was obviously a big night for you guys. “Everybody played their butts off. Everybody on the defensive line was eating. Linebackers were running and the defensive backs were covering. The offense was honestly the biggest part. They got up and let the defensive line go eat. [San Francisco 49ers QB] Nick Mullens, that’s the story of the night for me. Nick Mullens killed it.”

  • Who is Nick Mullens? “He’s the man. What do you mean? Every single time he steps on the field he does this stuff. It’s nothing new to us. I had nothing but faith that he would go out there and execute. You all can see what he did.” Is there anything Nick Mullens did to impress you? “Is there anything he didn’t do that didn’t impress me? He did everything tonight. He made good decisions, he kept the ball in our hands, no turnovers, executed and threw dimes. It was beautiful. Offense, defense and special teams, everybody did their thing tonight.” Did you have a feeling that you guys were imposing your will from the opening kickoff and never let up? “We finished today. That’s what coach was talking about all week, just finishing. We had a great first half, but we came out in the second half and finished the game. I think that was the biggest part for us, and the biggest accomplishment for us tonight was to come out and finish the game.” Can you build off of this sort of performance? “Absolutely. We take it one game at a time, but this is a great ‘W’ for us. We’re going to enjoy it and then come back and get ready for New York.” What about the bragging rights for the last Battle of the Bay Area? “It’s big time. It’s beautiful being a part of history. We won handsomely so the Raiders can’t say much from here on out, but it was a great game. Everybody is happy. We’re excited to get that ‘W.’” What about yourself, personally? You led the charge with two-and-a-half sacks. “I just go out there and play as hard as I can. I didn’t really think about it. We were all just racing to the quarterback. I know [San Francisco 49ers DL Ronald Blair III] Ronnie had two, [San Francisco 49ers DL DeForest Buckner] DeFo had one early. Everyone was getting there. [San Francisco 49ers LB] Dekoda [Watson] was wreaking havoc all night. The defensive line is always a group effort.”

    49ers T Mike McGlinchey Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

    San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders How good was San Francisco 49ers QB Nick Mullens tonight? “Nick was awesome tonight. It was no surprise to any of us. He is a guy that comes into work every single day and takes a lot of pride in knowing his stuff and being one of the most prepared guys in our building. He has just been a guy that has been grinding and grinding quietly and waiting for his shot. He got it tonight and just ran with it, and I couldn’t be more proud of him and the way that he played.” Anything about his play surprise you at all? “No not at all. He played an awesome game tonight. He comes into practice every day, he comes into meetings every day, he is just a pro. He showed it tonight. It shows by how he was completing passes. He was anticipating throws. He knew where the ball was supposed to be and where it needed to be. It makes our job a lot easier protecting that way and he certainly lights up scoreboards a little bit better. It was just awesome, and nothing surprises us about that. Nick played his butt off and I just couldn’t be more excited for him.”

  • 49ers G/C Weston Richburg Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

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    It seemed pretty seamless between you and San Francisco 49ers QB Nick Mullens, was it? “He did a great job. I was very happy with how he came in. He came in all week super prepared. It was a short week but he was ready to go, and it showed for him.” Have you ever seen anything like that? A guy that was undrafted free agent, practice squad all last year and first start does this. “No. It was really cool and he deserves that because he works really hard.” Who is Nick Mullens? “A young guy that works really hard. He came in this week ready to go out and play well and it paid off for him.” He has some pedigree right being from Southern Mississippi? “Yes. There is another guy from Southern Miss, that was a quarterback and Nick holds all of his records there, so, it shows because he is a good player.”

    49ers CB Richard Sherman Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

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    You have gone against San Francisco 49ers QB Nick Mullens in practice as a scout team quarterback, I’m guessing that you are not too surprised by that performance? “No. I’m not surprised at all. It was cool that he didn’t change in the big lights under the circumstances. He gets out in practice and we will be in a walk through and obviously he is the scout team quarterback of the walk through and he will get upset when we pick the ball off. It’s like well this is a walk through and we are the starting defense so we are supposed to know the plays and pick the ball off. He is like, ‘I’m getting judged off these interceptions so no.’ He is trying to shred us in a walk-thru 7-on-7. He is a really competitive guy. He really cares and he is really about the details so obviously we are not surprised. We have seen him do it in practice. He plays with a lot of confidence even when he, is running other team’s plays. He is not like, ‘I’ll just throw it up and let the defense intercept it.’ He is like, ‘No I’m going to find the hole and drill it in and make you guys feel like these plays are unstoppable.”’ You guys had your best performance of the season on defense. How did it feel to have everything clicking? “It felt great. [DB] Tyvis Powell deserves a lot of credit. Last week he came in after not practicing safety for four or five weeks and did an admirable job this week. Another short week, he only had a couple days to prepare, and played a great game outside of a dropped pick, missed opp. We will talk about that later. He did a great job. [DB] Jimmie Ward obviously has been asked to play a ton of positions this year. He played his best game of the season just playing sound discipline football. [San Francisco 49ers LBs] Elijah Lee and Malcom Smith came in for [San Francisco 49ers LB] Ruben [Foster] and played sound football. [LB] Mark Nzeocha played good. The D-line was hunting. [DE] Cassius [Marsh] was hunting. [DE] Ronnie [Ronald] Blair he gets limited reps and comes in and makes an impact. Obviously [DT DeForest Buckner] DeFo and Arik [Armstead] were making impacts. I didn’t get a chance to be a part of the pass rush this week. I am kind of upset about that but I was happy with the way we performed. [DB] Ahkello Witherspoon, obviously this is his fourth good game in a row and he stacked them. A lot is made when he is having a bad game but when he is locking guys down and not

  • giving up a lot of catches and playing soundly there is not a lot of noise being made. Obviously, corner is one of those positions that gets under appreciated when you are playing great.”

    49ers T Joe Staley Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

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    Everyone has talked about San Francisco 49ers QB Nick Mullens’ preparation. Were you able to see that? “Yes, for sure. He’s been working very, very hard for the last two years. Obviously, since he got here as an undrafted quarterback just trying to make the roster as a rookie, his work ethic has shown every single day since he’s been here. I knew, and everyone in this locker room knew, that he was ready for this moment because he prepared for it. Guys would feel differently if he acted different, but he’s been in here for the last two years, knew the offense, knew the gameplan and was ready to take advantage of it.” What was Mullens like in the huddle? “He was assertive. He was confident. He was exactly what you would want. He did well. I just reminded him during the game it’s just one play at a time. I think that first drive was really big for him just to get the momentum. We were moving the chains, we go down there and score on the first series. That was big for his confidence, and it went up from there.” In terms of protection, what can you take from this game? “We really did a good job. The last couple of weeks in particular have been a struggle for us up front as far as protecting the quarterback. I thought we did a good job today. We just have to try to keep that moving forward. We have a long weekend and we have a lot of guys banged up, especially up front. So, it will be nice to have this long weekend and get healthy.” Was there anything about the play of Mullens that surprised you? “Not really. I kind of knew him and his personality. It’s one of those feel-good stories of this guy that works hard consistently and doesn’t complain about the lack of opportunities that he’s had. He’s just always ready for his moment, and his moment came up today on national television. He came up in a big way.” How much does it help to have a third-string quarterback that can run the full breadth of the offense? “It’s huge. All three guys have been here for two years – well [49ers QB] Jimmy Garoppolo hasn’t – but [49ers QB] C.J. Beathard and Nick have been here for two years and completely understand this offense. [Head coach] Kyle [Shanahan]’s offense is pretty complex, especially for quarterbacks. I think Nick will tell you it wasn’t flawless today. There were some communication issues and stuff that we can improve on, but overall it was an unbelievable job. I’m just really happy for him.”

    Oakland Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

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    Opening comments: “I would just like to say that it wasn’t good enough tonight. I thought we got off to a good start. We lost some linemen on offense which really restricted a lot of things that we could do. Again, we struggled defensively, we gave up too many big plays. We fell behind and given the circumstances, it was tough. I take full responsibility for it and I’ll answer any questions I can.”

  • You praised their effort the last couple of weeks. Can you do that again after tonight? “I don’t think so. I’m not going to say anything about the effort. I know there were some big plays and I thought the guys fought until the end. Offensively, I know we were depleted up front, had some guys playing out of position. Defensively, I thought they hung in there under some dire situations late in the game. But, I’ll take a look at the tape.” How is Oakland Raiders T Kolton Miller doing? “I don’t know. He got hurt on the first series of the game. We had a nice series to start the game. We moved into the red zone and he got hurt. He tried to come back. He couldn’t push off. We tried [Oakland Raiders OL Ian] Silberman at left tackle and then we put [Oakland Raiders G/T Kelechi Osemele] KO at left tackle and KO tweaked his knee again. [Oakland Raiders T] Brandon Parker had some issues early in the game. He finished, but it was tough.” Was Oakland Raiders QB Derek Carr healthy when he was removed? “Yeah. Really there’s nothing to that. We had a hard time protecting. The play selection was limited at that time. We were clearly behind and we wanted to make sure that we took care of Derek and we played a conservative football game with [Oakland Raiders QB] A.J. [McCarron] in the game at the end.” You’ve worked with a lot of quarterbacks through the years. Does it take a toll on a guy when he’s constantly under pressure? “Yeah, it does. We had a very good week of protection last week and I thought we started off the game protecting quite well. We’re already missing [Oakland Raiders T] Donald Penn at right tackle. You move your left tackle out of the lineup and then [Oakland Raiders T] T.J. Clemmings, our third swing tackle was hurt last week. So, we’ve been playing a lot of different people. It’s tough no matter how you slice it.” Did 49ers QB Nick Mullens surprise you? “No, he’s a guy who’s athletic and he can throw the ball. He had a couple of wide-open receivers early and inexcusable errors by us. But, when you can run the ball like the 49ers ran it tonight, it makes playing quarterback a whole lot easier.” You said you’d take responsibility, but do you think you had this team prepared to play today? “A short week is tough. Like I said, I think we took the opening kickoff right down the field and I think we were ready to go. I’m not going to make excuses about the injuries on the line, but those are very difficult to overcome, the kinds that we had tonight. Defensively, we have to find a way to start games better. We have to eliminate the big plays, stop the run somehow. We have to stop the bleeding defensively and we’re going to continue to take a look at it. But, it wasn’t good enough tonight.” You told former Raiders DE and current FOX announcer Howie Long that there were players texting you all the time. “I see players after every game we play that want to be Raiders. That’s been the case my whole life and I think the brand of the Raiders is an exciting one. I think a lot of players, no doubt, do want to play for us in the future. I’m not going to speculate any farther than that.” Are those top-end players? “I’m not going to get into who calls me and who texts me. I’ve made a lot of friends in this business over the years.”

  • Do you think when you say that, you’re somehow telling your current players that they’re not good? “No, I’m just trying to get people excited about the Oakland Raiders. The Oakland Raiders is a great organization. I know it’s not looking pretty right now, but I’ve heard a lot of negativity over the last six or seven months and rightfully so. But, we’re going to build a championship football team here and I know a lot of people, as players, as fans and just in general want to be a part of this.” If you’re going to salvage anything for this season going on the rest of the way, where does it start? What do you have to get better at? “Obviously, we have to take a good look at the health of our football team. We have to get some guys on the offensive line that are healthy that can do the things that we need to do to allow our offense to function and do some of the things that we want to be good at. That’ll be something that we look at here over the weekend. Secondly, we have to find a way to stop the run. We have to continue to develop our young players and that’s something that we’re going to continue to do.” The season is now halfway over. What do you hope to see in the second half? “Like I said, just want to see some improvement. Want guys to continue to work hard and develop. I’d like to see some guys get healthy so we can be all we can be.” The early touchdown to 49ers WR Pierre Garçon, he was wide open. Do you know what happened on that play? “When you get into man coverage and you get caught up with some bad eyes, you’re seeing too much, perhaps, I don’t know. We blew a coverage there and like I said, I’ll take responsibility for that.” What was the message at halftime? Was it like, “let’s survive,” or was it trying to get this thing turned around? “No, we knew the defense was up. We needed a three-and-out. We needed the ball back. It’s been a similar message in a lot of the games this year. We just don’t come out of the locker room and generate stops. You don’t need to say a lot. We have to come out of the locker room and when we’re on defense, we have to get a stop. We have to create some momentum and we weren’t able to do that again tonight.”

    Raiders QB Derek Carr

    Press Conference – November 1, 2018 San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders

    The offense, generally you in particular, really seemed to turn a corner last game. Are you frustrated that you weren’t able to sustain that coming into this one? “Yeah. Very, very frustrating. A very frustrating night. I mean, that was terrible. That’s not good, and I wish I had more to tell you about the details of things, but I’ve got to watch it. Wish I had more for you, but very, very frustrating. To go out there the first drive, move the ball, see what they’re doing, blitzes, throwing hots, doing all that stuff. Then, for stuff to not go that way anymore, that hurts.” You’re 1-7. No one in that locker room, I’m sure, anticipated this. How do you prevent or stop doubt from creeping in, in terms of the rest of the season? You’ve still got eight games to play. “No doubt, right? There’s still eight games and you’ve got to hope that [Head] Coach [Jon Gruden] and [Oakland Raiders GM Reggie] Mr. McKenzie have brought in the right people, because everyone’s human. You go through hard things, especially now a days, a lot of people just give up. I believe that talking to our guys, talking to our leaders, no one’s giving up. No one’s giving in. Something I just kept saying was we’ve still got to compete as men. We’re down thirty in the fourth quarter, we still got to compete. You still got to give it your all and I think that as we continue to go forward that’s all we can

  • do. We can’t control the outcome in certain aspects of our lives, but when it comes to football you can prepare your tail off. You can go out there and compete your tail off also. I think that we have the right group of guys, and it’s going to be up to the older guys to show the young guys what it looks like.” When you do go out there, and after what coaches have talked about the past couple weeks of pretty decent practice sessions, and then it still doesn’t work out, doesn’t that make any doubt in the process? “I see where you’re trying to go with the doubt thing, and I’m not someone that doubts anything. You know that. We’ve been around each other a long time, and the guys that we have around us, we watch the film and everyone, coach Gruden is open about all the mistakes, you know what I mean? We all sit in the same room together as a collective and we all see, hey this needs be better, that needs be better, this needs to be better. So, we all see it, and so that way there’s no other voice saying, ‘oh but if he would have done this, or if he would have done that.’ It’s up there on the screen for everybody to see. I say it that way, because every man sitting in that chair knows, and is accountable in front of everyone, yeah I should have done better. You know what I mean?” Was there a similar reaction to Gruden taking you out as when he was going to do that in London? “The same. I told him the same thing, ‘Really?’ Just because, I’ve been in some games when we’ve lost like this before and the worst part is not being able to just finish it. I think KO [Oakland Raiders G/T Kelechi Osemele] had gotten hurt or taken out, or whatever, and he came up to me and said, ‘That’s enough.’ He just said, ‘I don’t want to see you get hit anymore.’ Obviously, I said some things and he said, ‘No, it’s alright.’ So, it’s the same kind of deal.” What becomes a realistic goal for this team? Eight more games, what do you want to see this team accomplish and build into the offseason? “I think just that dog inside of you. When things suck, just to still fight. I know a group of guys, I’ve got some guys I want to put in the fox hole with me. You know what I mean? And there’s a lot of them. So, we got to make sure going forward, when I look at each man in the eye, I tell them before the game that they’re going to get everything that I have. I yell at our guys. You’re going to get everything I got. That’s not a thing, and I want to make sure when I look in everybody’s eyes that’s the same thing. I think going forward, we build that trust and see who really wants to be a part of this. You see who really wants to be here. Who really wants to turn this thing around? Who really wants to do the hard things that nobody else wants to do? It’s easy to say, ‘Mmm, I’ll go do it somewhere else.’ That’s easy. I think we figure that out, and I think that going forward we find out who’s a Raider, honestly. Because, I love this place and I’m not going anywhere. I’m in it for the long haul. I want to be here, and I want to see the men who step up and say, ‘I want to do that too.’ And just listening to some of our vets talk, it encouraged me a lot. I’m not going to lie, I didn’t say a word when we came in here after the game. I just listened and we’ve got some of those guys.” When there’s so much turnover at a high level, can you understand if guys maybe in the bottom third of the roster are wondering if they’re going to be here, if they should be here? “Oh, absolutely. That’s natural. That’s normal, because with this business, I’ll never forget [former Oakland Raiders WR] James Jones, [former Oakland Raiders FB] Marcel Reece, [former Oakland Raiders CB Charles Woodson] C-Wood, [former Oakland Raiders DE] Justin Tuck, they would always tell me you’ve got to bring it all the time, because in this league they will cut anybody. We know that. There’s always a sense of having to show up. So, the thing I think that we’re at right now is who is going to continue to want to show up? Who’s going to continue to fight? Because, those are the kind of men that you want on the team when it starts going well. You know what I mean? Those are the kind of guys that when coach is around, or our leader’s not around, one of our leaders you know that everyone

  • in the locker room, the conversations they’re having, are only building us forward. Because, the ones that pull you away you don’t want any of those guys.” Are you as confident as a quarterback right now going into games as you were two years ago? “Yeah. Oh, absolutely. I think, obviously with Coach Gruden I feel more prepared than I ever have in my life, and we’ve had some good seasons. Obviously, we’re not as efficient and things like that. A lot of things are going to our whole team playing well, but every year you’re in this year you only get smarter if you keep working at it. Every year you’re in this league you only get more confident and things like that. So, every time I go into the game, [former Oakland Raiders QB] Rich Gannon told me, he said, ‘Derek, I know that you’ve had great coaches,’ because he would have conversations with those guys, ‘I know you’ve had great coaches.’ With Coach Gruden, he said, ‘It just goes to another level. You’re going to be so prepared and confident for each game.’ And I give Rich credit, because he’s been dead on. Every game I’ve walked into I know the issues, I know what needs to happen for us to win. I mean, to a tee, so if those things aren’t going you kind of try to figure out some things during the game to get it right, but Rich hit it dead on. I feel very confident when I take the field with Coach Gruden.” Based on your expectations in the beginning of the season, where do you think the gaps are to get you to where you want to be? “I think the expectation every year for me, is I know a lot of our guys, we don’t wake up early, and are not around our families all the time, I don’t get to take my kids to school every day, we don’t do that to go 1-7. Or whatever we are, 1-7. That’s not why I do this, I promise. So, the expectation was every time I take the field I believe with everything in me we’re going to win the game. There is never a doubt, almost to a fault, honestly. So, the fact that that’s not happening, that’s up to coaches and general managers to figure out, why isn’t that happening, right? Those gaps that I think we’re talking about. My job is to play quarterback. My job is to lead those guys, to bring us more together, throw completions. That’s what Coach Gruden tells me to do, throw completions. And so, that’s what I’m trying to do. Number one thing, he said don’t turn the ball over and I let the ball slip out of my hands today. That’s where I need to be better, and so for me I just look at it for me. I can’t talk about gaps for anybody else, but for me I can’t fumble the ball in that situation. It’s third down, trying to let a play happen, and he rips it out of my hand, can’t happen.” What was it like today in the pocket and when complications arise when you have so many moving pieces upfront? “Those guys will tell you when they’re in their spots and they’ve seen the games and the blitzes all from that spot, it makes it harder on those guys when they got to go to a new spot because of an injury. And that’s not a knock on anybody. If somebody gets banged up or things like that, they have to move and that makes it harder. Again, we don’t make excuses but it does make it harder. He takes every rep, I’m not saying anybody, I’m talking about left guard, and now he has to go out to right tackle. Even left guard to right guard, the difference is so drastic that it’s not even funny. So, I felt that obviously they were trying to do their best and a couple times we got edgy, I was able to get outside the pocket and hit some plays and those kinds of things. But, when those kinds of things are happening and they’re shuffling, we’re just trying to figure out the right thing to win the game. I give credit to the coaches. They just said, ‘Hey we’re going to figure out how to protect you,’ but they know what they’re doing. I know that. It’s not easy for them either, whenever they have to keep shifting guys that haven’t even taken a rep, not even one rep in one spot, let alone a couple of guys.”

  • Raiders TE Jared Cook Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

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    What happened out there? “We just got outplayed. Period. Offensively, we didn’t put up enough points. We didn’t stay on the field long enough. Time of possession was clearly in their favor. A bad game offensively.” What was the game plan going in? “A lot of these defenses we’re playing against right now are very similar. I felt like we had a good game plan going into it. It’s just on us as players to be able to execute the game plan and we did not.” You look frustrated out there by not getting the ball. How frustrating is it? “It’s very frustrating. I never quit. I never gave up. It’s a frustrating thing to be sitting on the record you have, be going through some of the things we’re going through as an offense and still not being able to put points on the board. It’s definitely frustrating because we know the talent we have in this room is way better than that and way better than what we portray on the field.”

    Raiders WR Brandon LaFell Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

    San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders Do you think you’re being coached up well during the week and coming into a game? “Yeah, we’re definitely being coached up pretty good. At the end of the day, coaches can only do so much. On game day, coaches will give us the plays and players have got to execute. As players, we haven’t been executing.” Can you talk about having to go back to the drawing board? How hard is that to do this deep into the season? “It’s tough. If we want to get good, if we want to get better now. We have to. We’ve got to find a way. In this league, you’re either going to find a way or fade away. We’ve got to find a way soon to put some wins together.”

    Raiders S Reggie Nelson Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

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    Is seeing guys not giving up a positive you can take away from tonight’s game? “Right. Nobody gave up in my eyes. We kept playing. We’ll watch the film tomorrow and see what’s going on. In my eyes, everybody kept playing for their brother and that’s all we ask.” How do you assess San Francisco 49ers QB Nick Mullens? “Whatever game plan they put in for him, they made it easy for him. He made his plays and that’s that.”

  • Raiders G/T Kelechi Osemele Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

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    Do you think this is the toughest loss you’ve had this year so far? “They’re all tough. Losing is tough. It’s not fun at all. We have to go back to work, watch the film, see what we can fix and do better. All you can do is keep fighting and swinging. We have great guys in here and no one’s going to quit. We have to go back to work.” Everything seemed to be going downhill today. Did it just build upon itself after a while? “That’s how it is. It’s life. Sometimes, things just don’t go your way. We didn’t get any breaks this game. We have to make our own opportunities and we didn’t do that. We hurt ourselves and gave up some pressures. We just weren’t creating anything on offense and we had penalties. We just really hurt ourselves.” Back to the drawing board. Is it as simple as that? “That’s all you can do is go back to the drawing board. Watch the film and see where you can get better, be critical, see the technique that you have to get down, get into the training room and get as healthy as possible.” You’ve had some tough games this year. Can you remember the last time you guys had it handed to you like that? “I really can’t. This is a great time to have a short memory. On to the next one.” Everyone is coming in and out of the offensive line. It’s hard to be cohesive, isn’t it? “It’s tough. Guys are playing positions they haven’t played the entire year. It’s football. There are no excuses in football. It’s live bullets out there. You have to make it work anyway you can. We’re going to go back to the drawing board and do the best that we can.”

    Raiders RB Jalen Richard Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

    San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders Obviously this is a tough loss tonight with a lopsided affair. How do you bounce back from something like this and stay levelheaded with all the outside noise and what was an embarrassing performance? “We’ve got to just keep fighting. We’ve got to go get that dog. Go out there and keep fighting and fighting and fighting. Just go out there and show people that we still deserve to be in this league. Personally, team-wise, and everything, we’ve got to go out there and give forth the effort and show everybody that we’re players too. That’s the best that we can do.” Was the fight there tonight? “I think the fight was there. I think we maybe just needed more. We didn’t get any breaks, didn’t have any big plays, didn’t get any turnovers. They literally just came out and beat us to a pulp. It’s hard to stay levelheaded about this whole situation with losing every game. There’s hope. We’re still in the league. We’re still NFL players. Anybody can get beat any weekend. We’ve just got to come in and do our jobs personally and everything else will take care of itself.” What did you think of your ex-college teammate, San Francisco 49ers QB Nick Mullens? “I hated that he had to do it to us. I’m proud of that guy. He worked hard. I’ve seen him, I played with him for three years. He worked hard every single day. I knew he was going to come out here and

  • perform well. I was just hoping it wasn’t good enough to get him the dub and that we walked out of here with the win. We were supposed to trade jerseys, but we talked after the game and I told him, ‘Bro, you’ve got to keep that one!’ First start, first dub. I’m happy for him. It’s a next-man-up type league, and for him to come in as a third string quarterback with the injuries they’ve had and give them the performance that he gave, I’m pretty sure that organization is going to want to keep him around for a good while.”

    Raiders DT Frostee Rucker Postgame Quotes – November 1, 2018

    San Francisco 49ers vs. Oakland Raiders It seems like the easy thing would be to pack it in, but you guys are professionals. How is the team dealing right now? “It would be easy to pack it in. Maybe some of the noise from the outside has gotten in. Maybe all this writing on social media has taken its toll and some guys are listening to it. I’m a little older and I don’t pay attention to it. I’ve been in this league long enough. We’ve got to figure it out. Soon.” Did you hear Oakland Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden’s interview where he said that he’s getting a lot of calls from other players and that they’re dying to come play for the Raiders? “No, I didn’t. Absolutely, I’m sure there are players. You have an opportunity to come play for this storied franchise. That’s why I came, for Coach Gruden. I came here for [Oakland Raiders defensive coordinator] Paul Guenther. I came to put that skull on my helmet. I’m still fighting every day and I’m still loving being a Raider. We’ll get it figured out.” If there is anything encouraging about all this, is it that there are a lot of people who still want to work? “Absolutely. We’ve just got to figure out what we’re doing. It’s like, ‘Execute.’ Our execution is just not there. Do you feel like what you signed up for, what you were promised, is what you ended up finding? “Well, I know being this is my 13th year in the league, there’s so many highs and lows in football. Coming out of training camp, did I think the first half of the season would be like this? No, I didn’t. I do know that guys work their tails off. I do know that there are guys that do care and are passionate about their job. If we can string some wins together, it would be a little different. That didn’t happen tonight, and I’m sure we’re going to hear about it tomorrow. No one is packing it in. Coach hasn’t quit. It’s not about next year. It’s not about that. We’re trying to win. It’s just not happening right now.”

  • Oakland Raiders at San Francisco 49ers Start Time: 5:23 PM PDT

    at Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA

    Played Outdoor on Turf: Natural Grass

    Game Weather: Clear Temp: 82° F (27.8° C) Humidity: 28%, Wind: NW 8 mph

    Outdoor Weather: Clear with High Wispy Clouds,



    Line Judge:

    Down Judge:

    Side Judge:


    Field Judge:

    Back Judge:

    Cheffers, Carl (51)

    Arthur, Gary (108)

    Spanier, Michael (90)

    Clark, V. Land (130)

    Anderson, Barry (20)

    Hall, Eugene (103)

    Meyer, Greg (78)


    VISITOR: Oakland Raiders 3 0 0 0 0 3

    HOME: San Francisco 49ers 7 10 14 3 0 34

    1 2 3 4 OT Total

    Replay Official: Stewart, Charles (0)

    Game Day Weather

    Field Goals (made ( ) & missed)

    Scoring Plays

    Paid Attendance: 69,592 Time: 2:50

    Date: Thursday, 11/1/2018

    San Francisco 49ersOakland Raiders

    Offense Defense Offense Defense

    WR 82 J.Nelson DE 98 F.Rucker WR 15 P.Garcon LDE 54 C.Marsh

    LT 77 K.Miller DT 73 M.Hurst LT 74 J.Staley LDT 90 E.Mitchell

    LG 70 K.Osemele DT 90 J.Hankins LG 75 L.Tomlinson RDT 99 D.Buckner

    C 61 R.Hudson DE 97 C.McDonald C 58 W.Richburg RDE 91 A.Armstead

    RG 66 G.Jackson SLB 54 E.Lamur RG 68 M.Person NB 24 K.Williams

    RT 75 B.Parker MLB 55 M.Lee RT 69 M.McGlinchey MIKE 48 F.Warner

    TE 87 J.Cook WLB 59 T.Whitehead TE 85 G.Kittle WILL 51 M.Smith

    WR 19 B.LaFell CB 20 D.Worley WR 11 M.Goodwin LCB 25 R.Sherman

    QB 4 D.Carr CB 21 G.Conley RB 22 M.Breida RCB 23 A.Witherspoon

    RB 30 J.Richard S 31 M.Gilchrist FB 44 K.Juszczyk SS 30 T.Powell

    WR 10 S.Roberts S 27 R.Nelson QB 4 N.Mullens FS 20 J.Ward

    Substitutions Substitutions

    QB 2 A.McCarron, P 5 J.Townsend, K 8 D.Carlson, WR 12 M.Bryant, WR/RS 17D.Harris, CB 23 N.Nelson, S 25 E.Harris, RB 28 D.Martin, CB 29 L.Hall, RB 33D.Washington, FB 41 K.Smith, S 42 K.Joseph, LS 47 T.Sieg, LB 50 N.Morrow,DE 51 B.Irvin, LB 53 J.Cabinda, LB 58 K.Wilber, T 67 I.Silberman, G/C 76J.Feliciano, TE 85 D.Carrier, TE 86 L.Smith, DT 92 P.Hall, DE 95 F.Brown, DE99 A.Key

    P 5 B.Pinion, K 9 R.Gould, WR 13 R.James, WR 18 D.Pettis, RB 31 R.Mostert,DB 32 D.Reed, DB 33 T.Moore, S 36 M.Harris, DB 41 E.Moseley, RB 46A.Morris, LB 47 E.Lee, LB 53 M.Nzeocha, G 65 J.Garnett, OL 76 G.Gilliam, TE82 R.Dwelley, WR 84 K.Bourne, LS 86 K.Nelson, TE 88 G.Celek, DL 93 D.Jones,DL 94 S.Thomas, DL 96 S.Day, OLB 97 D.Watson, DL 98 R.Blair

    Did Not Play Did Not Play

    QB 3 C.Beathard

    Not Active Not Active

    CB 22 R.Melvin, DE 49 J.Cowser, T 71 J.Murray, T 74 T.Clemmings, G 79D.Kirkland, WR 88 M.Ateman, LB 91 S.Calhoun

    S 29 J.Tartt, DB 38 A.Exum, LB 56 R.Foster, OL 62 E.Magnuson, DT 77J.Taylor, T 78 S.Coleman, WR 81 T.Taylor

    D.Carlson (37) 45RU R.Gould (39) (25)

    Play Description (Extra Point) (Drive Info)Team Qtr Time Visitor Home

    Raiders D.Carlson 37 yd. Field Goal (10-56, 5:30) 3 01 9:30

    49ers P.Garcon 24 yd. pass from N.Mullens (R.Gould kick) (6-75, 2:43) 3 71 6:47

    49ers K.Bourne 4 yd. pass from N.Mullens (R.Gould kick) (13-66, 7:24) 3 142 12:40

    49ers R.Gould 39 yd. Field Goal (7-59, 1:38) 3 172 0:16

    49ers G.Kittle 5 yd. pass from N.Mullens (R.Gould kick) (4-75, 2:24) 3 243 12:36

    49ers R.Mostert 52 yd. run (R.Gould kick) (3-68, 1:16) 3 313 9:17

    49ers R.Gould 25 yd. Field Goal (8-22, 5:32) 3 344 3:59

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    Updated: 11/1/2018

  • Oakland Raiders San Francisco 49ersRUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG RUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG

    D.Martin 49 4.5 011 10 R.Mostert 86 12.3 17 52

    D.Washington 27 5.4 05 13 M.Breida 44 3.7 012 18

    M.Bryant 17 17.0 01 17 A.Morris 13 1.9 07 11

    D.Carr 5 1.7 03 4 M.Goodwin 2 2.0 01 2

    J.Richard 4 2.0 02 4 K.Juszczyk 1 1.0 01 1

    A.McCarron 0 0.0 01 0 N.Mullens -3 -0.8 04 0

    23 102 4.4 17 0Total 32 143 4.5 52 1Total


    D.Carr 171 021 16 7/32 0 99.5 N.Mullens 262 322 16 0/0 0 151.97125

    A.McCarron 8 03 1 1/7 0 42.48

    22 262 316 0/0 0 151.917 179 024 8/39 0 92.2Total Total 7125


    J.Richard 45 11.3 044 G.Kittle 108 27.0 144 7125

    B.LaFell 20 6.7 033 P.Garcon 56 18.7 135 2514

    M.Bryant 29 14.5 022 R.James 60 30.0 023 5323

    J.Cook 20 10.0 022 K.Juszczyk 10 5.0 022 611

    J.Nelson 16 8.0 023 K.Bourne 6 3.0 122 410

    D.Martin 20 20.0 012 M.Goodwin 11 11.0 014 1120

    D.Harris 13 13.0 011 R.Dwelley 8 8.0 011 813

    D.Carrier 8 8.0 012 M.Breida 3 3.0 011 38

    S.Roberts 8 8.0 012 8

    17 179 10.5 25 0Total 21 16 262 16.4 71 3Total 22


    Total 0 0 0 00 Total 0 0 0 00


    J.Townsend 225 486 37.5 0 236.5 B.Pinion 164 643 54.7 1 148.0

    Total 225 486 37.5 0 236.5 Total 164 643 54.7 1 148.0


    D.Harris 0 0.0 00 R.James 6 6.0 01 21 60

    [DOWNED] 0 0.0 01 D.Pettis 0 0.0 01 00 00

    [TOUCHBACK] 0 0.0 01 [DOWNED] 0 0.0 02 00 00

    Total 0 0.0 0 00 Total 6 3.0 6 02 21


    D.Harris 51 25.5 02 [TOUCHBACK] 0 0.0 02 00 028

    [TOUCHBACK] 0 0.0 05 0 0

    Total 51 25.5 28 02 Total 0 0.0 0 00 00


    Oakland Raiders


    A.McCarron 0 001 0 01 0 00

    D.Carr 0 001 0 00 0 00

    G.Jackson 0 000 0 01 0 00

    Total 0 002 0 02 0 00


    San Francisco 49ers


    N.Mullens -2 001 0 00 0 00

    M.Breida 0 000 0 01 0 00

    Total -2 001 0 01 0 00

    Final Individual Statistics

    Oakland Raiders vs San Francisco 49ers

    11/1/2018 at Levi's Stadium

  • Oakland Raiders vs San Francisco 49ers

    11/1/2018 at Levi's Stadium

    Final Team StatisticsHomeVisitor

    Raiders 49ers


    5 6By Rushing

    9 10By Passing

    0 2By Penalty

    3-12-25% 5-12-42%THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY


    242 405TOTAL NET YARDS

    55 54Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing)

    4.4 7.5Average gain per offensive play


    23 32Total Rushing Plays

    4.4 4.5Average gain per rushing play

    1-1 6-18Tackles for a loss-number and yards


    8-39 0-0Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass

    179 262Gross yards passing


    4.4 11.9Avg gain per pass play (inc.# thrown passing)

    2-2-2 7-5-5KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks

    6-37.5 3-54.7PUNTS Number and Average

    0 0Had Blocked

    0-0 0-0FGs - PATs Had Blocked

    36.5 48.0Net Punting Average

    0 6TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including Kickoffs)

    0-0 2-6No. and Yards Punt Returns

    2-51 0-0No. and Yards Kickoff Returns

    0-0 0-0No. and Yards Interception Returns

    6-40 3-23PENALTIES Number and Yards

    2-0 1-0FUMBLES Number and Lost


    0 1Rushing

    0 3Passing

    0-0 4-4EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts

    0-0 4-4Kicking Made-Attempts

    1-2 2-2FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts

    0-1-0% 2-4-50%RED ZONE EFFICIENCY

    0-0-0% 2-3-67%GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY



    31:26 28:34TIME OF POSSESSION

  • * inside opponent's 20

    Time of Possession by Quarter



    Kickoff Drive No.-Start Average

    1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total



    9:22 8:49 6:02 31:26

    5:38 6:11 8:58 28:34

    Raiders: 7 - OAK 26 49ers: 2 - SF 25

    (236) Average OAK 24

    (289) Average SF 29

    Oakland Raiders

    San Francisco 49ers




    How BallObtained








    How GivenUp


    Oakland Raiders

    1 15:00 5:309:30 Kickoff OAK 25 10 71 -15 56 4 SF 19* Field Goal

    2 6:47 1:435:04 Kickoff OAK 28 3 4 0 4 0 OAK 32 Punt

    3 12:40 5:147:26 Kickoff OAK 25 8 38 -10 28 3 SF 47 Punt

    4 5:46 3:521:54 Punt OAK 6 7 38 0 38 2 OAK 44 Punt

    5 0:16 0:160:00 Kickoff OAK 25 1 -1 0 -1 0 OAK 25 End of Half

    6 12:36 2:0310:33 Kickoff OAK 25 3 6 0 6 0 OAK 31 Punt

    7 9:17 2:316:46 Kickoff OAK 25 5 11 0 11 1 OAK 36 Punt

    8 4:15 5:4913:26 Punt OAK 27 10 47 0 47 3 SF 26 Missed FG

    9 11:45 2:149:31 Punt OAK 20 4 9 0 9 0 OAK 29 Downs

    10 3:59 2:141:45 Kickoff OAK 30 6 19 0 19 1 OAK 49 Punt




    How BallObtained








    How GivenUp


    San Francisco 49ers

    1 9:30 2:436:47 Kickoff SF 25 6 75 0 75 4 OAK 24 Touchdown

    2 5:04 7:2412:40 Punt SF 34 13 66 0 66 5 OAK 4* Touchdown

    3 7:26 1:405:46 Punt SF 24 4 1 5 6 1 SF 30 Punt

    4 1:54 1:380:16 Punt SF 20 7 64 -5 59 1 OAK 21* Field Goal

    5 15:00 2:2412:36 Kickoff SF 25 4 75 0 75 2 OAK 5* Touchdown

    6 10:33 1:169:17 Punt SF 32 3 68 0 68 2 SF 48 Touchdown

    7 6:46 2:314:15 Punt SF 8 5 31 -10 21 1 SF 29 Punt

    8 13:26 1:4111:45 Missed FG SF 35 3 9 0 9 0 SF 44 Punt

    9 9:31 5:323:59 Downs OAK 29 8 17 5 22 2 OAK 7* Field Goal

    10 1:45 1:450:00 Punt SF 15 3 -3 0 -3 0 SF 13 End of Game

    Ball Possession And Drive Chart

    Oakland Raiders vs San Francisco 49ers

    11/1/2018 at Levi's Stadium

  • TKL = Tackle AST = Assist COMB = Combined QH=QB Hit IN = Interception PD = Pass Defense FF = Forced Fumble FR = Fumble Recovery

    Regular Defensive Plays Special Teams MiscOakland Raiders


    6 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.Whitehead 04

    4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Nelson 00

    2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Hankins 02

    2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Cabinda 00

    3 0 3 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Worley 00

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Hurst 00

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0C.McDonald 00

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E.Harris 00

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0P.Hall 01

    2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Gilchrist 00

    2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E.Lamur 00

    2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0F.Rucker 00

    2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0G.Conley 00

    1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Lee 10

    1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0F.Brown 10

    1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0N.Morrow 00

    0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0K.Joseph 00

    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0K.Wilber 00

    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1G.Jackson 00

    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1A.McCarron 00

    Total 40 8 48 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 227


    Special Teams MiscSan Francisco 49ers Regular Defensive Plays

    7 0 7 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0F.Warner 00

    3 1 4 2.5 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0C.Marsh 32

    3 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0S.Thomas 01

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Ward 00

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.Powell 00

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0K.Williams 00

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Sherman 00

    2 1 3 1.5 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Watson 31

    2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Nzeocha 01

    2 0 2 1 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Buckner 11

    2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Smith 10

    2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Harris 00

    2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Armstead 00

    2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E.Lee 00

    1 0 1 1 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Blair 11

    1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0S.Day 00

    1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E.Mitchell 00

    1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Witherspoon 00

    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E.Moseley 00

    0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1M.Breida 00

    1 0 0 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Team Sacks

    Total 44 3 46 8 39 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 197

    Final Defensive Statistics

    Oakland Raiders vs San Francisco 49ers

    11/1/2018 at Levi's Stadium

  • Scoring Plays

    Regular Defensive Plays Special Teams MiscOakland Raiders

    Oakland Raiders San Francisco 49ers

    Oakland Raiders San Francisco 49ers


    3 0 = 3

    7 10 = 17







    Play Description (Extra Point) (Drive Info)Team Qtr Time Visitor Home

    Raiders D.Carlson 37 yd. Field Goal (10-56, 5:30) 3 01 9:30

    49ers P.Garcon 24 yd. pass from N.Mullens (R.Gould kick) (6-75, 2:43) 3 71 6:47

    49ers K.Bourne 4 yd. pass from N.Mullens (R.Gould kick) (13-66, 7:24) 3 142 12:40

    49ers R.Gould 39 yd. Field Goal (7-59, 1:38) 3 172 0:16


    2 - 7 - 0 3 - 7 - 1First Downs Rushing-Passing-by Penalty

    1-5-20% 5-7-71%THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY

    150 206TOTAL NET YARDS

    28 29Total Offensive Plays



    116 167Gross Yards Passing

    4-16 0-0Times thrown-yards lost attempting to pass

    15 - 11 - 0 17 - 12 - 0Pass Attempts-Completions-Had Intercepted

    3 - 33 1 - 64Punts-Number and Average

    4 - 30 1 - 5Penalties-Number and Yards

    0 - 0 0 - 0Fumbles-Number and Lost

    0-1-0% 1-2-50%Red Zone Efficiency

    OAK 22 SF 26Average Drive Start


    D.Martin 30 6.0 05 10 M.Breida 24 3.0 08 18

    M.Bryant 17 17.0 01 17 R.Mostert 15 7.5 02 14

    J.Richard 4 2.0 02 4 M.Goodwin 2 2.0 01 2

    D.Carr -1 -1.0 01 -1 A.Morris -2 -2.0 01 -2

    9 50 5.6 17 0Total 12 39 3.3 18 0Total


    D.Carr 116 015 11 4/16 0 95.4 N.Mullens 167 217 12 0/0 0 141.15325

    17 167 212 0/0 0 141.111 116 015 4/16 0 95.4Total Total 5325


    B.LaFell 20 6.7 033 P.Garcon 56 18.7 135 2514

    J.Richard 27 13.5 022 R.James 60 30.0 023 5325

    J.Cook 20 10.0 022 K.Juszczyk 10 5.0 022 611

    J.Nelson 16 8.0 023 G.Kittle 15 15.0 011 1510

    D.Martin 20 20.0 011 M.Goodwin 11 11.0 013 1120

    D.Harris 13 13.0 011 R.Dwelley 8 8.0 011 813

    D.Carrier 0 0.0 001 K.Bourne 4 4.0 111 40

    S.Roberts 0 0.0 001 M.Breida 3 3.0 011 30

    11 116 10.5 25 0Total 14 12 167 13.9 53 2Total 17


    3 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.Whitehead 01

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Nelson 00

    2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Gilchrist 00

    2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Hurst 00

    Total 10 2 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001

    First Half Summary

    Oakland Raiders vs San Francisco 49ers

    11/1/2018 at Levi's Stadium

  • First Half Summary

    Oakland Raiders vs San Francisco 49ers

    11/1/2018 at Levi's Stadium


    Special Teams MiscSan Francisco 49ers Regular Defensive Plays

    4 0 4 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0F.Warner 00

    3 0 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0S.Thomas 01

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Ward 00

    3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0K.Williams 00

    Total 13 0 13 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 001

  • First QuarterPlay By Play 11/1/2018SF wins the coin toss and elects to defer. OAK elects to Receive, and SF elects to defend the south goal.

    B.Pinion kicks 65 yards from SF 35 to end zone, Touchback.

    Oakland Raiders at 15:00

    (15:00) D.Carr pass short right to J.Cook pushed ob at OAK 36 for 11 yards (T.Powell). Caught at Oak 27. 9-YAC1-10-OAK 25 P1

    (14:40) (No Huddle, Shotgun) D.Carr pass short left to J.Richard to OAK 38 for 2 yards (M.Smith). Caught at Oak 36. 2-YAC1-10-OAK 36

    (14:08) PENALTY on OAK-B.Parker, False Start, 5 yards, enforced at OAK 38 - No Play.2-8-OAK 38

    (13:44) D.Carr pass short left to D.Harris pushed ob at OAK 46 for 13 yards (K.Williams) [M.Smith]. Caught at Oak 34. 12-YAC2-13-OAK 33 P2

    (13:05) D.Martin right end to 50 for 4 yards (F.Warner).1-10-OAK 46

    (12:21) (Shotgun) D.Carr pass short right to D.Martin to SF 30 for 20 yards (J.Ward). Caught at SF 48. 18-YAC2-6-50 P3

    (11:37) M.Bryant right end to SF 13 for 17 yards (J.Ward). OAK-K.Miller was injured during the play.1-10-SF 30 R4

    (11:15) D.Carr sacked ob at SF 15 for -2 yards (S.Thomas).1-10-SF 13

    (10:43) J.Richard right tackle to SF 13 for 2 yards (K.Williams).2-12-SF 15

    PENALTY on OAK-B.Parker, Offensive Holding, 10 yards, enforced at SF 15 - No Play.

    (10:17) (Shotgun) D.Carr pass incomplete short right.2-22-SF 25

    (10:14) (Shotgun) D.Carr pass short right to J.Nelson to SF 19 for 6 yards (R.Sherman). Caught at SF 22. 3-YAC3-22-SF 25

    (9:34) D.Carlson 37 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-T.Sieg, Holder-J.Townsend.4-16-SF 19

    OAK 3 SF 0, 10 plays, 56 yards, 5:30 drive, 5:30 elapsed

    D.Carlson kicks 65 yards from OAK 35 to end zone, Touchback.

    San Francisco 49ers at 9:30

    (9:30) (Shotgun) N.Mullens pass short right to M.Goodwin pushed ob at SF 36 for 11 yards (M.Gilchrist). Caught at SF 31. 5-YAC1-10-SF 25 P1

    (9:03) M.Breida left end pushed ob at OAK 46 for 18 yards (R.Nelson).1-10-SF 36 R2

    (8:34) R.Mostert up the middle to OAK 32 for 14 yards (R.Nelson, M.Gilchrist).1-10-OAK 46 R3

    (7:54) N.Mullens pass short right to K.Juszczyk pushed ob at OAK 26 for 6 yards (M.Lee). Caught at Oak 29. 3-YAC1-10-OAK 32

    (7:17) M.Goodwin left end pushed ob at OAK 24 for 2 yards (E.Lamur).2-4-OAK 26

    (6:53) N.Mullens pass short right to P.Garcon for 24 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Caught at Oak 9. 9-YAC3-2-OAK 24 P4

    R.Gould extra point is GOOD, Center-K.Nelson, Holder-B.Pinion.

    OAK 3 SF 7, 6 plays, 75 yards, 2:43 drive, 8:13 elapsed

    B.Pinion kicks 60 yards from SF 35 to OAK 5. D.Harris to OAK 28 for 23 yards (E.Moseley, M.Harris).

    Oakland Raiders at 6:47, (1st play from scrimmage 6:38)

    (6:38) D.Martin up the middle to OAK 37 for 9 yards (F.Warner).1-10-OAK 28

    (6:01) D.Carr sacked at OAK 32 for -5 yards (D.Buckner).2-1-OAK 37

    (5:17) (Shotgun) D.Carr pass incomplete deep left to J.Nelson.3-6-OAK 32

    Penalty on OAK-B.Parker, Illegal Formation, declined.

    (5:12) J.Townsend punts 40 yards to SF 28, Center-T.Sieg. R.James pushed ob at SF 34 for 6 yards (M.Lee).4-6-OAK 32

    San Francisco 49ers at 5:04

    (5:04) M.Breida left tackle to SF 37 for 3 yards (M.Hurst).1-10-SF 34

    (4:22) (Shotgun) N.Mullens pass short left to M.Breida to SF 40 for 3 yards (C.McDonald). Caught at SF 32. 8-YAC2-7-SF 37

    (3:40) (Shotgun) N.Mullens pass short right to P.Garcon to SF 47 for 7 yards (D.Worley). Caught at SF 47. 0-YAC3-4-SF 40 P5

    (2:55) R.Mostert right tackle to SF 48 for 1 yard (F.Rucker).1-10-SF 47

    (2:15) N.Mullens pass deep middle to P.Garcon to OAK 27 for 25 yards (D.Worley, T.Whitehead). Caught at Oak 32. 5-YAC2-9-SF 48 P6

    (1:30) N.Mullens pass incomplete short left to M.Goodwin.1-10-OAK 27

    (1:24) N.Mullens pass short right to G.Kittle to OAK 12 for 15 yards (E.Harris) [F.Brown]. SF-G.Kittle was injured during the play. Caught atOak 29. 17-YAC

    2-10-OAK 27 P7

    (:46) M.Breida right tackle to OAK 11 for 1 yard (F.Rucker).1-10-OAK 12


    Oakland Raiders 3 7:13 1 3 0 4 0/2 0/0

    San Francisco 49ers 7 7:47 2 5 0 7 2/2 0/0



    First Downs

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    Oakland Raiders vs San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

  • Second QuarterPlay By Play 11/1/2018San Francisco 49ers continued.

    (15:00) (Shotgun) N.Mullens pass short middle to R.Dwelley to OAK 3 for 8 yards (M.Gilchrist). Caught at Oak 3. 0-YAC2-9-OAK 11

    (14:20) M.Breida left guard to OAK 2 for 1 yard (M.Hurst).3-1-OAK 3 R8

    (13:33) E.Mitchell reported in as eligible. A.Morris up the middle to OAK 4 for -2 yards (J.Hankins).1-2-OAK 2

    (12:49) (Shotgun) N.Mullens pass incomplete short right to M.Goodwin (D.Worley).2-4-OAK 4

    (12:44) (Shotgun) N.Mullens pass short middle to K.Bourne for 4 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Caught in end zone. 0-YAC3-4-OAK 4 P9

    R.Gould extra point is GOOD, Center-K.Nelson, Holder-B.Pinion.

    OAK 3 SF 14, 13 plays, 66 yards, 7:24 drive, 2:20 elapsed

    B.Pinion kicks 65 yards from SF 35 to end zone, Touchback.

    Oakland Raiders at 12:40

    (12:40) D.Carr pass incomplete deep right to D.Carrier.1-10-OAK 25

    (12:36) D.Martin left tackle to OAK 35 for 10 yards (F.Warner).2-10-OAK 25 R5

    (11:57) D.Martin up the middle to OAK 38 for 3 yards (S.Thomas).1-10-OAK 35

    (11:19) D.Carr pass short left to B.LaFell to SF 48 for 14 yards (J.Ward). Caught at Oak 46. 6-YAC2-7-OAK 38 P6

    (10:43) D.Carr pass short left to J.Nelson pushed ob at SF 38 for 10 yards (K.Williams). Caught at SF 38. 0-YAC1-10-SF 48 P7

    (10:02) D.Martin right end to SF 39 for -1 yards (E.Lee).1-10-SF 38

    PENALTY on OAK-S.Roberts, Offensive Holding, 10 yards, enforced at SF 38 - No Play.

    (9:34) (Shotgun) D.Carr pass short left to B.LaFell to SF 46 for 2 yards (T.Powell). Caught at SF 46. 0-YAC1-20-SF 48

    (8:54) (Shotgun) D.Carr sacked at OAK 49 for -5 yards (C.Marsh).2-18-SF 46

    Timeout #1 by OAK at 08:16.