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Head Coach Jason Garrett QB Dak Prescott RB Ezekiel Elliott S Jeff Heath DE David Irving DE DeMarcus Lawrence LB Sean Lee TE Jason Witten Attendance: 70,133 | Weather: Sunny - 68 degrees | Time: 2:59 Head Coach Kyle Shanahan QB C.J. Beathard DL DeForest Buckner LB Reuben Foster WR Marquise Goodwin C Daniel Kilgore S Eric Reid CB Rashard Robinson WR Trent Taylor SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS GAME NOTES GAME NOTES GAME BOOK CUMULATIVE STATISTICS TRANSCRIPTS DAllas cowboys san francisco 49ers ( 40 ) ( 10 ) SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2017 | 1:05 PM PT | LEVI’S® STADIUM | SANTA CLARA, CA | FOX v

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Page 1: SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS GAME NOTESSan Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys Game Notes Sunday, October 22, 2017 Beathard Makes His First Start Making his first career NFL start, QB C.J. Beathard

Head Coach Jason Garrett

QB Dak Prescott

RB Ezekiel Elliott

S Jeff Heath

DE David Irving

DE DeMarcus Lawrence

LB Sean Lee

TE Jason Witten

Attendance: 70,133 | Weather: Sunny - 68 degrees | Time: 2:59

Head Coach Kyle Shanahan

QB C.J. Beathard

DL DeForest Buckner

LB Reuben Foster

WR Marquise Goodwin

C Daniel Kilgore

S Eric Reid

CB Rashard Robinson

WR Trent Taylor

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERSGAME NOTES

GAME NOTES

GAME BOOK

CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

TRANSCRIPTS

DAllas cowboys san franc isco 49ers( 40 ) ( 10 )

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2017 | 1:05 PM PT | LEVI’S® STADIUM | SANTA CLARA, CA | FOX

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San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys Game Notes

Sunday, October 22, 2017 Beathard Makes His First Start

Making his first career NFL start, QB C.J. Beathard completed 22 of 38 passing atts. for

235 yds. His 235 passing yds. are the most by a 49ers rookie quarterback in their first career start.

Most Passing Yards By A Rookie QB In His First Start In Franchise History

Player Date Opponent Atts. Comps. Yds. TDs INTs QB Rating

C.J. Beathard 10/22/17 vs. Dallas 38 22 235 0 0 76.1

Tom Owen 10/27/74 vs. Oakland 26 15 206 2 2 76.8

Earl Morrall 10/28/56 vs. Chicago 12 7 148 1 1 95.1

Jim Druckenmiller 9/7/97 at St. Louis Rams 28 10 102 1 3 19.3

George Mira 11/15/64 vs. Green Bay 17 10 82 0 0 71.2

Beathard also rushed 5 times for 30 yds. and his first career rushing TD. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Beathard became the third 49ers rookie quarterback to register a rushing TD since the merger in 1970 and the first since 1976 (QB Tom Owen – 1974; QB Scott Bull – 1976).

Garçon Snags Number 600

With 5 recepts. for 49 yds. on the day, WR Pierre Garçon went over 600 recepts. and

now has 602 recepts. for his career.

Garçon’s 602 recepts. ranks 7th among all active players. Staley Reaches Milestone

T Joe Staley registered his 150th career start as a member of the 49ers.

Hikutini Hauls In His First

TE Cole Hikutini notched his first career recept. on a 5-yd. pass from QB C.J. Beathard.

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49ers Head Coach Kyle Shanahan Press Conference – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys You were able to take away the positives of recent losses. Anything positive in this loss?

“No, not right now. It was disappointing. I think all three phases, players and coaches, we’ve got to play better than that, a lot better to give ourselves a chance to win.” Did you see any questions about the competitive level of your guys at any point during this game?

“I didn’t. I could answer that better when I watch the tape. I felt there was a time there late in the fourth quarter, I think when things were going real bad, guys were close. I thought a few guys pulled the guys together and I thought they finished. But based on the result on the field, I’m not going to question effort, but we definitely didn’t play well.” It was 20-3, you had fourth-and-four at the 28. You didn’t kick a field goal. What went into the thinking there?

“I thought the game was getting away from us. I thought we needed to get a first down there and go and score a touchdown. Ran the ball the play before that. I was expecting to have two calls. That’s why I ran it there on third-and-four I believe it was, then came up short. I think they had a screen the next play that got all the way down there. Went the distance. Obviously, a big turning point in the game.” Was WR Kendrick Bourne the primary target?

“Yes. Yeah.” It seemed like both offensive line and defensive line got physically dominated this game. What’d you see there?

“Yeah it looked like we struggled. I know from an offensive standpoint, we had a few key plays in that game, especially at the end of the second quarter. We had a guy alone in the end zone with a chance to score and they beat us off the ball protection-wise. Just from what I saw, the defense too, it looked like they were running the ball pretty well versus us and got some pretty good push on their O-Line.” The outburst on the bench, did you talk to the players about that? Did you address that afterwards?

“Outburst with who?” Just little tempers flaring. Throwing their helmets down. Did you talk to them at all about that afterward?

“No, I actually didn’t see it, but it’s kind of expected when things go like that. As long as you don’t lose your composure on the field and guys end up talking it out and staying on the same page. I know the guys were frustrated. They’ve been putting a lot into this and definitely we’re extremely disappointed today.” It’s a rationalization, but at some point do you and [GM] John [Lynch] take starting a rookie quarterback for the first time, have a rookie middle linebacker who hasn’t played a full game in the NFL. Something like this might happen to you here and there along the way. “Every single team in the league, there’s a very fine line between being in a game, winning a game and getting your butt kicked. It’s not as big of a distance between all three of those as sometimes it seems. Thought we came out pretty strong and I thought we had a chance early in that game. I thought our defense did a great job on the first three-and-out. Sent a punt, we fumbled the punt on the return and they went in and scored, 7-0. I know they held us in our first series and the next one I thought we

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stopped them. I think we stopped them. Ended up getting a defensive PI call, which kept them going. They got up 14-0, got in a little bit of a hole. I thought we had a chance to recover on offense. Especially there at the end of the half and missed that opportunity when we got inside the 10, which I thought should have made it 20-10 going into the half and then we come out and get the ball. We came up short. That’s why it’s 20-3. Started with the ball. Moved it pretty good. Came up short on third-and-four and then fourth-and-four and then it got out of hand after that. So, I know it doesn’t look good, but it’s a very fine line between all that stuff. When you turn the ball over like that and you miss opportunities, whether you have a young team, a rookie quarterback, a rookie, regardless when you turn the ball over like that and you miss those opportunities, that is the result in the NFL.” How do you evaluate QB C.J. Beathard even though he was under so much pressure in that first half before everything was out of control? “Yeah, good or bad, playing, C.J. will learn from it. He’s a tough kid. By no means was he perfect. He did make some plays in the game and there were some he missed too. It was similar to last week. I think he’ll learn from those. I think he came out early, got settled down a little bit as we got going. Unfortunately, we didn’t keep the score close to keep them in it and stick with some of the stuff we wanted to. But the type of kid C.J. is, the type of competitor he is, it’s going to be good tomorrow to get to sit down and watch the tape with him and really coach him up.” What did you see from LB Reuben Foster today, maybe the shorten version on his return? Is there any update on the rib injury?

“No, there’s no update on the rib injury. I know he wanted to go back in the game and he was cleared to go back in the game late in the fourth, but that was me. I held him out just at the end. It was too important. I wanted to make sure we have him next week. The fact that he was good to go there, I’m assuming he’ll be good to go next week. But, you never know. We’ll see what happens tomorrow when he wakes up.” Did he have an X-Ray on the rib?

“I’m not sure if he did or not.” It’s not broken?

“Yeah, I’m not sure. I didn’t get the details. I just know he was good to go at the end of the game.”

49ers QB C.J. Beathard Press Conference – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys On the play where you were stripped at the end of the first half near the end zone, you had a receiver who might have been open in the back of the end zone. Is that what you saw? “Yeah. It would’ve been a touchdown. [WR] Marquise [Goodwin] was streaking in the back of the end zone. That was just like we practiced it all week. Got the right look, had everything. Marquise did a great job getting open.” How do you think the day went for you overall?

“Obviously, according to the score, it didn’t go very well at all. You never want to lose a game 40-10. Just as a whole, as a team, we didn’t play very well. Didn’t play the three phases of the game. Offense, defense, special teams just didn’t play very well. We’ve just got to take a look at ourselves, each and every one of us. And try to get better. Got a lot of things to improve on obviously. Come tomorrow we got to put it behind us and move towards Philly.” Something you feel like you can improve on from today?

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“Yeah. I’m going to have to watch the film and see it first. There’s a ton of things. Whether it be good things that you can do better or bad things that you just need to be better at. In every play, you can look at something and critique it a little bit. That’s what I’ll do.” From your film study this week compared to what you saw today did you feel like Dallas threw some new stuff at you that maybe they hadn’t put on film? “Yeah. They brought a lot of pressure, SAM, MIKE. I guess that was one of their game plan things. Their deal was to bring a lot of pressure which we hadn’t seen them do much of.” Is that something you just have to expect? Especially as a rookie quarterback?

“Yeah, I guess so. When you’re a rookie, obviously, you’re new to a system. Trying to see what you know. Puts you on your heels a little bit. After we realized that was kind of their deal, I think we settled in. You just never know what you’re going to get. You just got to be ready and prepare for anything.” There was a play early, it was kind of funky. It looked like two deep cross from WR Pierre Garçon and WR Marquise Goodwin. You ended up completing it to Goodwin. Was that by design?

“Yeah, that was by design.” There was some shuffling on the offensive line due to injuries. How hard does that take to adjust to?

“Like I said, I’ll have to watch tape and see. When I’m in there I don’t really focus on who’s in at offensive line. I’m just trying to do the best I can. I trust the guys up there blocking to protect me and block well, no matter who it is. That’s what you’d expect.” You’ve had close games these previous five losses. Getting blown out by 30, maybe you guys lose sight of the positives. How do you feel the morale is at 0-7 right now?

“After a game, losing like that it’s tough. A 40-10 loss, that’s tough. I think we’ve got the guys here, leaders on this team to move past that. Yeah we are 0-7. There’s only one way to go, and that’s up. I think we’ve got a lot of season left ahead of us to get better and really turn the season around and make something out of it, just do our best. I think that’s what we’ll do. We’ll go back to work tomorrow, watch the film, improve. Really, you got to put this one behind us like we’ve done with the six other games and look forward.” Your eyes get pretty big on the touchdown? It looked like that was a pretty nice hole for you.

“Yeah, it did. It was a quarterback draw. It’s a play we worked on all week in practice. I was excited to get the call. I like running when I can, especially in that area. I just knew I was going to get in one way or another.” Longer first down run earlier in the game. Was that an option? Where you have an option to handoff or, you chose to sprint on that one.

“Yeah, that one was. That was a little read-action. It was fourth and really short. It was just an option to read that.” They were crashing in I think. Was it RB Carlos Hyde or RB Matt Breida?

“I think it was Carlos. Yeah, so I can get outside. The line did a good job blocking.” You mentioned last week it took maybe one or two plays before you got the nerves out. Did you have any more coming into today just because it was the first start? “Obviously, you’re nervous, for your first start ever. Same thing, once play one goes by you really don’t have those nerves anymore. You really settle down and can just focus on the game.”

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Did you talk to Joe Montana or Steve Young while they were here? “I did not. No, unfortunately.” On 4th and 4, in the first drive of the third quarter Head Coach Kyle Shanahan said WR Kendrick Bourne was the first target. Were you looking elsewhere or you were looking at him all the way? “On the one where he fell? I mean, we had him. As I was throwing the ball he tripped. If he hadn’t tripped on a DB’s feet or whatever happened there, it would’ve been a big play. Obviously, had I known he was falling I wouldn’t have thrown it there.”

49ers DL DeForest Buckner Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

That first series started pretty well, especially for you.

“Watching film, we noticed that if we couldn’t get there or he was doing a quick three-step drop, he’s going to let the ball out fast. We noticed that he had a lot of tipped balls by defenders. My whole thing was if I couldn’t get there, then put my hand up. That’s what I did the first drive. I got lucky and got back-to-back bats.” It’s tough when you get in a big hole, especially as a young team. That just puts you behind the eight ball, doesn’t it? “Yeah, definitely. We want to start off fast and the first half of the season, we haven’t been able to start off fast, we always have to try and catch up.” People are looking at this team and saying this is a young team that has some talent. How do you keep going in the right direction even though it’s not showing up in the win column yet?

“We’ve just got to stick together. When stuff gets tough like that, we’ve got to come closer as a unit and just keep grinding away. In the previous five weeks, we’ve been so close. Like I’ve been saying before, it’s just one play away. There’s no excuse for what happened today. We all didn’t play as well as we could in all three phases.” How do you stay positive when you’re in this situation? “The previous five weeks we’ve been so close. We’re right there. Like I was saying, we’ve got to come closer as a unit, and just put in that extra work on the off days. Whether it’s watching extra film or getting your body right or any of that, we just have to keep moving forward as a team.”

49ers LB Reuben Foster Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

What hurts? Everything?

“My feelings are hurt. We lost, but we have to own up to it, be a man about it and correct everything that we messed up on.” Was the hole just so deep that it was tough to dig out of? “It was deep, but a lot of people are not healthy. We have to take that into consideration. It is what it is but the important thing is that we need to move forward and not think about the last play because we have another game ahead of us.”

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You gave Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott a nice welcome to Santa Clara shot. How was that dealing with him today? He had over 200 all-purpose yards today. “It was alright. Zeke is a phenomenal player. You have to watch out for which gaps that he goes to. He is all around, he can go to the A gap, B gap or C gap, it doesn’t matter what type of schemes that you run. He is just a freakish player about finding gaps and really playing good football.” How comfortable did you feel calling the plays?

“It was just like Alabama, calling the plays and getting everybody lined up, but you are not going to have a 100-percent game so you have to just do a good job and if you mess up you have to go on to the next play and not dwell on the play that you messed up on. It was comfortable.” The Dallas Cowboys had a lot of big linemen who seemed to be getting out in space and blocking in open space. Was that one of the big challenges today?

“Yes it was a big challenge. The Cowboys are great. They have a phenomenal running back. We just have to go back into the playing board and get our X’s and O’s up.” Did you say anything or did Ezekiel say anything to you about that big hit?

“No I didn’t exchange any words with him. I just hit him hard, got the cheers and got up and tried to turn up.”

49ers WR Marquise Goodwin Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

You guys have been so close, so close, so close. Does this feel like a step back?

“It feels like a loss. The effort is there. We work our butts off every day. Great staff. Great organization. Great teammates. It’s hard to win in this league. When you shoot yourself in the foot with turnovers, offensively, it just can’t happen. It’s nobody’s fault but it just can’t happen.” San Francisco 49ers QB C.J. Beathard was sacked five times. How do you feel like he held in?

“He kept his composure. I talked to him before the game and just let him know that win, lose or draw, remember who you’re playing for. You’re playing for God. Don’t get caught up in the people in the stands, whether you make a bad pass or bad play. Focus on what you can control. That’s you and how you handle stuff that comes your way. I feel like he did an unbelievable job being a young guy, being in his first game starting in the NFL. It’s not just college, it’s not high school, it’s the NFL. It’s the elite or the elite. We’ve just got to play better as a whole and help him out so we can help the team out.” You had a couple of turnovers early. How much did that throw you out of whack or affect staying with what you were planning to do? “Turnovers are always bad, but you’ve just got to stay poised. You can’t let it bother you. If you do, you’re defeated already. It’s just one play. Like I’ve said before, one play will not determine a win or a loss. I love this team, I love everything about it and I know everybody will come back prepared to play next week.” They weren’t doing anything unusual out there, were they? It was just a matter of execution?

“Just executing and not turning the ball over. When you turn the ball over, you decrease your chances of winning by so many percent. When you have multiple of those, then obviously the chances increase even more.”

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49ers C Daniel Kilgore Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

Thoughts on the offensive lines performance in protecting a rookie quarterback?

“Overall, we just have to protect better. There could be different things. It could’ve been coverage sacks or just getting beaten man on man. We’ll look at it.” How did San Francisco 49ers QB C.J. Beathard do today in his first start? “Your first start against anybody in the National Football League is going to be pretty nerve-wracking, especially for a quarterback who, in this league, is a position that is held in very high regard. I’m sure there are things that C.J. will look at and want to correct and get better at. That’s the same for everybody.”

49ers S Eric Reid

Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017 San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

You guys have been so close the previous five games, obviously today wasn’t like that. Was that frustrating?

“It’s extremely frustrating. When you work as hard as I know we have, and you don’t get the results that you want. All we can do is keep going, watch this film and get back at it on Monday.” Were they doing anything out there today that was unusual? Or was it pretty much what you expected?

“I wouldn’t say anything was too unusual. We’ve just got to make more plays.” What was the offensive line doing that was giving you problems in particular?

“I don’t think they were doing anything extraordinary. We’ve just got to get in our gaps, get off blocks, and make tackles. We didn’t do that well enough.” Just how tough is it to deal with Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott out there? He had over 200 all-purpose yards. Any comments on just how much of a handful he is? “I don’t know the exact number but he got a chunk of that on one play. We’ve just got to do a better job tackling. Better job of executing. We’ve got to put this one behind.” Guys in this locker room were very much of the glass half-full philosophy. How do you stay positive during tough times?

“That’s all you can do. If you start getting a bad mindset then it will start effecting who you are and how you play. We’re going through a rough patch, there’s no doubt about that. We’ve just got to keep going and try to figure this thing out.”

49ers CB Rashard Robinson

Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017 San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

How frustrating is it for you guys to have to fight from behind?

“It’s frustrating, but at the end of the day it’s football. We have to just go out there and make a team play and get the offense back the ball. That’s the most important thing. We have to get turnovers and get the offense back the ball so that they can put up some points.”

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What were the challenges with Dallas’s passing game today?

“They just made plays on the ball. There really wasn’t anything that stood out. They just made plays when they needed to make plays.” On Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant’s last touchdown, was there any kind of miscommunication? “That’s just something we’re going to have to go over in the DB room. It was a crazy p lay. We just have to be better as a whole group.” What did it mean to have San Francisco 49ers LB Reuben Foster back in the lineup?

“It meant a lot. He’s a force on the field, somebody who can stop the run. He’s a great team player. Playing Mike Linebacker, he’s going to be the quarterback of the defense, so it’s good to get him back out here after missing however many games that he missed.”

49ers WR Trent Taylor Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

It seems like the Dallas Cowboys had such a quick start after the fumble on the punt. “It was a little bit of a momentum swing. As a punt returner, you can’t let that happen.” What were your thoughts on San Francisco 49ers QB C.J. Beathard and how he looked in his first start?

“C.J. is doing great back there. He’s a great competitor. He’s a guy that we all love to play for and we all trust back there. Obviously it’s not what we wanted today, but I think it will just take some time to get everything rolling. We’ll see what we can do.” Does this game feel like a step back?

“Not really. We got whooped today. That’s all we can say about that. I wouldn’t call it a step back. We’re 0-7, but with the fight that this team has, we’ll continue to fight and go back to work next week just like we do every other week.” Are you eager to look at the film after a game like this? “It’s tough to watch film like that, but you have to learn from your mistakes and make sure they don’t happen again.” So much of this game is about confidence, so the next time that something like that punt return happens to you, do you just block it out?

“That’s what you have to do as a football player, because that’s going to happen to you at some point in your career. If you’re not a guy who can shake back from something like that, you’re not going to be at this level. It’s part of the game and you have to move on.”

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Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett Press Conference – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys Can you start by talking about the performance Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott had today and the lift that gave you offensively? “Yeah, obviously he played well. You know, we’re at our best when we’re able to run the football. He’s a big part of that running game. You know, starts up front with the guys controlling the line of scrimmage. I thought [Dallas Cowboys offensive line coach] Frank Pollack and [Dallas Cowboys offensive coordinator] Scott Linehan did a great job getting to different runs against them. It allowed us to attack in different ways, and we wanted to be persistent against some of their looks when they’re around the line of scrimmage, and continue to find ways to run it. And I thought our guys did a great job up front and Zeke obviously ran the ball very well.” Did you feel you were kind of building to this point with him? I mean, you look what he did in the Green Bay Packers game, especially late, that you were kind of moving toward this--? “Yeah, obviously you want to grow. You want to get better each week as a football team in all different areas, and you want to get better in the running game. You know, [former Dallas Cowboys offensive line coach] Hudson Houck, who used to be the offensive line coach here for a long time, he used to say you practice your running game in the game. And early on in the season, because of how we practiced in training camp and how we were able to practice during the week, your best opportunity to get work at it is during games. So, you want to improve in all parts of your football team. I think you have your best chance to improve in the running game and we certainly did that today.” What did you think of Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott? Third straight game with three touchdowns and score run on the ground. “Yeah, I thought he played really well, obviously. One of the things we wanted to do was control the line of scrimmage and run the football, and when you do that you get so many things off of that. You get favorable coverage to throw at. Your naked game, your play-action game comes alive. I think he’s just done a really good job making plays down in the red zone to cash in on some of these long drives that we’ve had. And he’s playing, obviously, at a very high level.” You stressed turnovers. This is a group that had 213 snaps going in or something, just talk about their performance today.

“Yeah, the biggest thing was just to somehow take the ball away from them, and it started in the kicking game. Then, we did a good job pressuring the quarterback, and creating some sack-fumble situations and cashing in on those. We did a good job on our side protecting the football. Whenever you win the turnover ratio three to nothing, you have a great chance of winning the ballgame.” Dallas Cowboys S Jeff Heath, I mean can you talk about his day and then also, an update on K Dan Bailey’s injury?

“Yeah, Dan hurt his groin as he was kicking and getting ready during one of our drives, and he became unavailable to us. And so, Heath is the backup kicker and we hadn’t worked on any snap, hold and kicks with him. So, in the first half we decided that we were going to go for it. We went for the two point conversion in order to avoid putting him in a situation where he had to kick a field goal or kick an extra point. At halftime we worked with him and we felt more comfortable that we could try to execute those, and I think for the most part he did a really good job. That’s not an easy thing to do, obviously. He talks a lot about this game-winning kick that he made in high school, but the footage is very grey and murky. But, apparently he won some championship game with a 49-yarder. So, we had a lot of confidence based on his past. Obviously, for a guy like that to step up and do that, knock a couple of them through, kick-off as well as he did, he’s an awfully good football player. ”

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Did you call him over and tell him, and/or what did he say, and how did he respond, and how did that go him being informed?

“Well, [Dallas Cowboys assistant head coach/special teams coordinator] Rich Bisaccia hit him first and just said, ‘you’re up’ and he knows he’s the backup. As you can tell he’s obviously got a good leg, but that operation is something that’s, it takes a lot of technique, it takes a lot of time to get the snap, hold, kick right, the timing of it all. So, obviously he hasn’t had that much work doing it, but again, I thought he handled himself really well. He’s a great competitor.” So, Bailey got hurt on the sidelines while he was practicing after that initial--?

“That’s my understanding. He was kicking the ball into the net and he felt it in his groin on one of those kicks. He tried to kick again and he wasn’t able to function. So, we had to go to the next option.” Did you consider going for a field goal there late in the fourth?

“You know, I think the biggest thing once we were way up, you know you want to be careful about going for a field goal, the potential block, because the operation’s not quite as experienced and clean. They’ll block and then they run it back for a touchdown. So, we’ll air on the side of going for it in the fourth quarter in those situations, and then we’re going to give them a chance to kick the extra points.” Do you have a feel for his availability going forward?

“We don’t. We’ll see how he is tomorrow and we’ll make some decisions accordingly.” You said that it allowed y’all to attack in different ways. What did you mean by that in the running game?

“Well, that’s always what we want to do. You want to attack opposing defenses in a lot of different ways. You want to attack them with personnel. You want to attack them with formation. It starts with run and pass, and if you can run it different ways, run it inside, run it outside, zone runs, gap runs, perimeter runs, misdirection runs, all of those things make it more difficult on the defense. And then obviously when you’re throwing the ball you want to throw it different ways, short, intermediate and deep, you want to throw it to different guys, drop back, play action, quick game, all of that. So, the more you can do, the more you can be efficient at, the more difficult it is for the defense to slow you down.” You talked before about how Elliott has done a good job of focusing on what he needs to do on the field and not letting everything that’s swirling around him bother him. Was this an example of him applying himself?

“He’s done an excellent job really all offseason, training camp and through the regular season just coming to work every day and staying locked-in on what he needs to do. And I’m quite sure it’s not easy for him. There are some things going on in his life outside of what we’re doing over at The Star every day, but he comes to work and football’s important to him. This team is important to him. He’s a professional, and he practices and prepares the right way, and he certainly gets his mind right to play the right way, and I think today was a great indication of that.” Can you talk about some of the pregame moves going Dallas Cowboys QB Rush Cooper as the backup and then Dallas Cowboys DE Benson Mayowa and Dallas Cowboys DE Damontre’ Moore kind of going short on the D-end?

“Yeah, we just felt like those were the right moves for our team right now. You know, Cooper did a really nice job in the preseason and throughout training camp, and we wanted to move him to this point. And we gave him some extra snaps during the bye-week, and we gave him this opportunity. Thought he handled himself well in the ballgame. Had good command of what we’re asking him to do, and I thought he had poise and composure you know, handling those drives at the end of the ballgame. With regards to the defensive line, we just felt like you know, having the extra linebacker up was going to

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help us on special teams, and having the extra receiver up was going to help us not only on offense but on special teams. So, those were the decisions we made.” Were some of those too wanting emphasis your run defense has not been where it wanted to be, keep a couple extra tackles in there and concentrate on that, and you felt you had the rotation? “Well, we’ve been going with eight defensive linemen up, and typically it’s been five defensive ends and three defensive tackles. So, we wanted to make sure we got an extra defensive tackle up. We want to be strong inside, and then we liked what we had with our rotation, with our defensive ends. [Dallas Cowboys LB] Kyle Wilber gave us some snaps at defensive end at the end of the ballgame as well.” How did Dallas Cowboys LB Sean Lee hold up coming back off that? “It looks like he did well. He was moving around and it seemed like he was around the ball a lot. He certainly does an excellent job leading our defense, and getting everybody lined up and ready to go.” How did it look, it’s probably difficult to tell from the sideline, but did you feel like the offensive line played as well in this game as they have all year?

“Yeah, we’ll go back and watch the tape, and look at it play-by-play and player-by-player. But, there certainly was a feeling that we’re able to run the ball the way we wanted to. And again, it’s a defense that wanted to have a lot of guys around the line of scrimmage. So, we had to be persistent with it and I thought our guys came off the ball well and allowed us to run in a lot of different ways with some success.”

Cowboys QB Dak Prescott Press Conference – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys Is this more like ya’ll?

“Yeah, definitely. All around as a team. We did start off that first series going three-and-out and then, obviously, special teams made a great play. Gave us the ball back, got that touchdown, and then from there we were rolling. We all fueled off of each other. Played within ourselves. Encouraged each other throughout the game and that was definitely to our standard.” Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott’s performance? “To his standard. I mean, that’s his expectations, the expectations we have of him. He went out there and played a great game and just let the offensive line open up holes. He made guys miss and did great on the screen again. Making, I guess, my second longest passing touchdown, so now he has both of them. So, he played his game tonight.” Was this still going off of what you started in the fourth quarter against Green Bay? I mean you got the running game going and kind of built on that tonight.

“I think offensively it goes back even further than that. I mean we have had some good quarters and some good games and great halves going back to the Denver game. Moving forward it was just going in the same direction. We took this bye week and figured out things that we needed to tune up and get better in and we did that and executed it well tonight.” Offensive line has some stability now and Dallas Cowboys G Jonathan Cooper has been in there three straight games?

“They are just getting comfortable. [Dallas Cowboys RT La’el Collins] LC, it’s still his first year at right tackle. They are just getting comfortable with each other. Getting comfortable making calls and blocks. It’s starting to come together.”

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What were you thinking when you saw your starting safety having to line up for extra points?

“I knew he was going to nail it. We’ve seen it before. He’s done it at practice. We had him ready for an emergency at times. We all were excited. I think that brought another energy, just boost to our sideline.” How much do you think it meant for Elliott to have a game like this with all he’s been going though? “All I can say is he just went out there and played the game, put everything behind him. Stayed within himself. Stayed within the game. Stayed within each and every play and did what he does best.” The importance of the win like this after two losses and the bye week?

“It’s exactly what we wanted. Those were two close losses. Losing in two minute fashion and then having the bye week and time to adjust and moving forward, we did everything we needed to do.” Looking back, the stuff you had in the bye week, Zeke’s out and now he’s back. Can you talk about how tough mentally that was on the team and pull out this win to start fresh after the bye?

“It wasn’t that tough. We know a lot of that is out of our control. We are just sticking together. We’re just staying tight no matter what happens, no matter what decisions are being thrown at us. We know that is out of our control. That’s out of his control, so we’re just supporting him, supporting each other. We’re just trying to get better each and every day.” When you hear three touchdowns in three straight games, that is something that former Dallas Cowboys QBs Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman never did. When you hear that kind of comparison what does that mean to you and where that ranks?

“We didn’t win three games in a row, so it really doesn’t mean that much. For me it’s about the wins at the end of the day. Touchdowns are great and they obviously help us win, but three wins to me sounds better than three touchdown games.” What can you say about Dallas Cowboys TE Jason Witten’s catch on that play and it also passed former Dallas Cowboys WR Michael Irving for third most touchdown catches in a career?

“It was just a great route, for one, by Witten and then a great job with letting the ball kind of fall. I think that is an underrated trait of not necessarily going back and not going to early, not going back to the ball, but trusting it and letting it fall and using his body and he did a great job on that.”

Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott

Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017 San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

How close was that to being as complete of a game you guys have played in a while? Offense, defense, everything.

“I think it was a complete game. I think we came out and executed the way we should have executed. That is why we were so successful.” With all of the things you have going on, how much of a release was it to go play an actual game?

“I put that all aside when I get with these guys. These guys do a good job of giving something else to think about, keeping me up no matter what is going on out there. I am just happy to be out here and be able to play and go get another win.” Is it safe to say with everything you have been through that you will never take this game for granted?

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“Yes.” Productivity-wise, this game looked a lot like 2016 for you individually. Do you think this is the closest that you have been compared to last season?

“I think it was. We saw in the Packer’s game before the bye, the offense start clicking in the fourth quarter, and the running game starting to open up. We definitely carried it over to this game. We came out from play one and the offensive line executed and did a great job making creases for me to go out and run the ball.” What did you see in that 72-yard touchdown?

“It is actually funny, that is the same screen play we scored on last year in Pittsburgh. I had a good feeling it was going to pop again. I tell [Dallas Cowboys QB] Dak [Prescott] that every time, that I have the longest receptions of his career so if he wants to throw a long touchdown, just throw the ball.” It is funny you have never had a run of 70 yards or longer, but you have had two touchdowns of that length. “Those screen plays are tough, those offensive linemen, they are so athletic they get out there running and get the blocks down field.”

Cowboys S Jeff Heath

Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017 San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

How did you find out [referring to kicking the ball for Dan Bailey Dallas Cowboys kicker]?

“I just found during the game. I didn’t know what happened. Dan was warming up, and messed up his groin or quad. They just pulled me I didn’t really have time to think about, and just kick it.” First non-kicker, non-punter to have multiple extra points in a game since 1980. What is it like to make history. “It was fun. It was cool, obviously I think we would like for Dan[kicker Dan Bailey] can to do the job from here on out. I’ll just be ready if it were to happen again.” What did Dan [Dan Bailey Dallas Cowboys kicker] say to you about your performance. “He said good job. He actually apologized to me at first, obviously that happens. He was just warming up, and he had a freak pain. He kind of felt bad. I let him know it is what it is. All the guys are pretty supportive of me, and all the coaches are pretty supportive. They did a great job picking me up.” Were you hoping to get another field goal chance at the end.

“Yes, I was hoping for it. It was fun.” When was the last time you kicked a point or anything?

“In practice I kicked, I kicked a little in training camp, and little bit last year. In a game, it was 2008 my senior year in high school that was the last time I kicked off.” That was the game winner that Garrett says you talk about.

“ I don’t talk about it he likes talking about it all the time. It was 2008.”

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Cowboys DE David Irving Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

Talk about the defensive mentality today.

“We were focused on stopping the run. Making it one-dimensional, and stopping the quarterback. Good rush lanes, reading the pass protection well, and finishing out.” The offense was efficient. It seemed liked they had a faster tempo. Is that something you were looking to do?

“We were just looking to come out and make sure we had a good tempo and make sure that we were out there running plays.” Was there a certain feel that this team had coming into this game? This was a chance to reset. Hitting that button, and going after it--?

“They came out hard. They were running the ball pretty hard. We decided to stay in the gaps, and shutting that down.”

Cowboys DE DeMarcus Lawrence Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

Was this the most dominant performance of the season for the D-line?

“We could’ve played better. For myself, especially. We’re still getting better.” You’re on pace right now for 25 sacks. Is there something you feel like you’ve learned after a couple of seasons in the league and now you’re more comfortable?

“No. I just feel like if you do your job and understand the talent you’re going against, you can handle it. They [San Francisco 49ers] had 30 attempts today, so I should get one out of 30.” This is a close group. How excited are you about the potential for this group you have up front?

“It’s great. All of us are a group of brothers going after one common goal and that’s the quarterback. We’re racing to get to him. I’m just happy for everybody getting after the quarterback today.” Knowing that you’re taking on a rookie quarterback today, can you talk about the attack-style mindset you bring into the game? “I didn’t even know he was a rookie. We have to beat the O-line first. That’s the main thing. We can’t sit here and worry about the quarterback. If we sit here and look for the quarterback, we’re going to ge t our butts killed. We have to worry about the O-line we’re facing, get our keys from them and get to the quarterback.”

Cowboys LB Sean Lee Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys

Do you feel any sense of responsibility or pressure to play, even if you’re not at 100 percent? “I do feel like I’m letting the team down when I’ve missed time. I’ve had issues with durability and I’ve worked hard on improving those. It’s something I constantly try to work on. No question, I feel like I’m letting guys down. Getting all of our guys back on defense and getting guys healthy with a couple of weeks of practice under their belts shows the type of defense we can be.”

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The D-line seemed so dominating today. Was it the way they played or was it because you were scheming into favorable matchups? “It was them playing great and winning 1-on-1s and great schemes from coach. We challenge ourselves as a unit and we had to find a way to step up. We have to stop the run and cause more turnovers. I think we accomplished that today.” You stopped the San Francisco 49ers on the first drive, forced a fumbled punt and took that for a score. It was about getting that quick momentum shift.

“If you look at us last year when we went on a streak and won a bunch of games, we played complimentary football where we were able to get turnovers and they [offense] were able to make a lot of plays. We have to get back to that and defensively, we have to continue to cause turnovers and get the ball to them.” What about your defensive mate Cowboys S Jeff Heath stepping up and kicking and making two of three PATs?

“It was unbelievable. We know how good of an athlete he is. We knew he could kick. To go out and kick, and he hasn’t kicked in a long time, and make two of three. And his kickoffs were even more impressive by how deep he kicked them and the hang time. He was kicking them into the end zone or close and he was causing problems.” Was he bragging more about his kicks or about how he played on defense?

“He was humble about it. But he should be bragging. He was unbelievable.”

Cowboys TE Jason Witten Postgame Quotes – October 22, 2017

San Francisco 49ers vs. Dallas Cowboys How good was Dallas Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott?

“The last two games I felt like we have been getting our run game going. I just felt like he was so powerful today after contact. Really getting good stretching, good speed out of the backfield, and attacking from the outside. That screen play was huge for us. I felt like he was in the zone. Offensively, although there are areas to get a lot better in, I felt like we were attacking and in control of down and distance. What we talk about being our identity, I thought it showed up.” How important is it to get a win like this after the Bye week?

“It was huge. We went into the Bye and didn’t expect to be 2-3. The best thing we did was to go back and be accountable. We watched those games. Oftentimes you don’t want that Bye in the beginning of the season if you have your rathers. I think it came at a perfect time for us coming off two tough losses. It forced us to go back and watch. We talked about building on the good and learning from the bad and improving. I thought it showed up today and to get some momentum going forward.”

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Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers Start Time: 1:05 PM PDT

at Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara, CA

Played Outdoor on Turf: Natural Grass

Game Weather: Sunny Temp: 68° F (20.0° C) Humidity: 60%, Wind: NW 10 mph

Outdoor Weather: Sunny,

Officials

Referee:

Line Judge:

Down Judge:

Side Judge:

Umpire:

Field Judge:

Back Judge:

Torbert, Ronald (62)

Steinkerchner, Mark (84)

Thomas, Sarah (53)

Santi, Aaron (50)

King, Paul (121)

Edwards, Scott (3)

Yette, Greg (38)

Lineups

VISITOR: Dallas Cowboys 14 6 13 7 0 40

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

1 2 3 4 OT Total

Replay Official: Spyksma, Bill (0)

Game Day Weather

Field Goals (made ( ) & missed)

Scoring Plays

Paid Attendance: 70,133 Time: 2:59

Date: Sunday, 10/22/2017

San Francisco 49ersDallas Cowboys

Offense Defense Offense Defense

WR 88 D.Bryant DE 98 T.Crawford WR 15 P.Garcon LDE 92 L.Douzable

LT 77 T.Smith DT 96 M.Collins LT 74 J.Staley LDT 90 E.Mitchell

LG 64 J.Cooper DT 95 D.Irving LG 75 L.Tomlinson RDT 99 D.Buckner

C 72 T.Frederick DE 90 D.Lawrence C 67 D.Kilgore RDE 94 S.Thomas

RG 70 Z.Martin SLB 57 D.Wilson RG 63 B.Fusco MIKE 56 R.Foster

RT 71 L.Collins MLB 59 A.Hitchens RT 77 T.Brown S 29 J.Tartt

TE 82 J.Witten WLB 50 S.Lee TE 85 G.Kittle S 35 E.Reid

WR 11 C.Beasley CB 30 A.Brown TE 88 G.Celek LCB 33 R.Robinson

WR 83 T.Williams CB 32 O.Scandrick WR 11 M.Goodwin RCB 36 D.Johnson

QB 4 D.Prescott SS 38 J.Heath RB 28 C.Hyde NB 24 K.Williams

RB 21 E.Elliott FS 31 B.Jones QB 3 C.Beathard FS 25 J.Ward

Substitutions Substitutions

K 5 D.Bailey, P 6 C.Jones, QB 7 C.Rush, WR 10 R.Switzer, WR 19 B.Butler, CB23 B.Benwikere, S 25 X.Woods, CB 27 J.Lewis, S 35 K.Frazier, FB 41 K.Smith,RB 45 R.Smith, RB 46 A.Morris, LB 51 K.Wilber, LB 53 J.March-Lillard, LB 54J.Smith, C 73 J.Looney, NT 76 R.Ash, G/T 79 C.Green, TE 84 J.Hanna, WR 85N.Brown, TE 87 G.Swaim, LS 91 L.Ladouceur, DT 92 B.Price, DE 97 T.Charlton

P 5 B.Pinion, K 9 R.Gould, WR 10 K.Bourne, WR 19 A.Robinson, RB 22M.Breida, CB 23 A.Witherspoon, RB 31 R.Mostert, DB 38 A.Colbert, LB 47E.Lee, LB 50 B.Coyle, LB 54 R.Armstrong, LB 57 E.Harold, LB 58 E.Dumervil, G68 Z.Beadles, DE 69 T.McDaniel, OL 76 G.Gilliam, WR 81 T.Taylor, TE 82L.Paulsen, TE 83 C.Hikutini, TE/LS 86 K.Nelson, DL 93 D.Jones, DL 96X.Cooper, LB 97 D.Watson

Did Not Play Did Not Play

QB 2 B.Hoyer

Not Active Not Active

QB 17 K.Moore, RB 20 D.McFadden, CB 33 C.Awuzie, OLB 52 J.Durant, DE 58D.Moore, T 75 B.Bell, DE 93 B.Mayowa

WR 17 V.Bolden, DB 27 D.McCoil, FB 44 K.Juszczyk, LB 46 M.Nzeocha, LB 55P.Taumoepenu, DL 59 A.Lynch, OL 62 E.Magnuson

R.Gould (42)

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

Cowboys E.Elliott 1 yd. run (D.Bailey kick) (3-20, 1:18) 7 01 12:42

Cowboys E.Elliott 25 yd. run (D.Bailey kick) (7-74, 3:28) 14 01 7:56

49ers R.Gould 42 yd. Field Goal (9-53, 3:28) 14 31 4:28

Cowboys J.Witten 18 yd. pass from D.Prescott (pass failed) (12-86, 5:03) 20 32 10:26

Cowboys E.Elliott 72 yd. pass from D.Prescott (J.Heath kick) (1-72, 0:14) 27 33 10:58

Cowboys D.Prescott 2 yd. run (kick failed, wr) (13-80, 7:44) 33 33 0:43

Cowboys D.Bryant 2 yd. pass from D.Prescott (J.Heath kick) (8-29, 4:11) 40 34 10:49

49ers C.Beathard 4 yd. run (R.Gould kick) (12-75, 4:35) 40 104 6:14

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REGULAR SEASON - WEEK 7, GAME 7

Updated: 10/22/2017

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Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ersRUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG RUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG

E.Elliott 147 5.7 226 25 C.Hyde 68 4.9 014 16

R.Smith 61 7.6 08 45 C.Beathard 30 6.0 15 16

D.Prescott 26 6.5 14 13 M.Breida 5 1.7 03 5

A.Morris 15 7.5 02 14

C.Rush 13 6.5 02 15

R.Switzer 3 3.0 01 3

43 265 6.2 45 3Total 22 103 4.7 16 1Total

PASSING ATT YDS LGTDSK/YDCMP IN RT PASSING ATT YDS LGTDSK/YDCMP IN RT

D.Prescott 234 325 16 0/0 0 134.0 C.Beathard 235 038 22 5/48 0 76.14872

C.Rush 2 02 1 0/0 0 56.22

38 235 022 5/48 0 76.117 236 327 0/0 0 128.0Total Total 4872

PASS RECEIVING REC YDS LG TDAVGTAR PASS RECEIVING REC YDS LG TDAVGTAR

D.Bryant 63 9.0 1710 P.Garcon 49 9.8 057 1927

J.Witten 54 13.5 144 T.Taylor 39 7.8 055 1318

E.Elliott 72 72.0 113 M.Goodwin 80 20.0 048 4872

C.Beasley 24 24.0 012 C.Hyde 20 5.0 048 1124

A.Morris 9 9.0 011 G.Kittle 16 16.0 012 169

G.Swaim 7 7.0 011 A.Robinson 15 15.0 011 157

R.Smith 5 5.0 012 G.Celek 11 11.0 011 115

R.Switzer 2 2.0 011 C.Hikutini 5 5.0 012 52

T.Williams 0 0.0 003 K.Bourne 0 0.0 002 00

M.Breida 0 0.0 001 0

17 236 13.9 72 3Total 27 22 235 10.7 48 0Total 37

INTERCEPTIONS NO YDS LG TDAVG INTERCEPTIONS NO YDS LG TDAVG

Total 0 0 0 00 Total 0 0 0 00

PUNTING YDS LGNO AVG TB IN20NETPUNTING YDS LGNO AVG TB IN20NET

C.Jones 142 563 47.3 0 144.0 B.Pinion 180 484 45.0 0 245.0

Total 142 563 47.3 0 144.0 Total 180 484 45.0 0 245.0

PUNT RETURNS NO YDS LG TDAVG PUNT RETURNS NO YDS LG TDAVGFC FC

R.Switzer 0 0.0 01 T.Taylor 10 10.0 01 11 100

[OUT OF BOUNDS] 0 0.0 02 [OUT OF BOUNDS] 0 0.0 01 00 00

Total 0 0.0 0 01 Total 10 10.0 10 01 11

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS LG TDAVG KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS LG TDAVGFC FC

C.Beasley 0 0.0 00 R.Mostert 63 15.8 04 01 210

[TOUCHBACK] 0 0.0 02 [TOUCHBACK] 0 0.0 03 00 00

Total 0 0.0 0 00 Total 63 15.8 21 04 01

FUMBLES FUM YDS FORCEDTDOWN-REC OPP-REC YDS TD OUT-BDS

Dallas Cowboys

LOST

D.Lawrence 0 000 0 00 1 10

K.Frazier 0 000 0 00 1 00

D.Irving 0 000 0 00 1 00

J.Smith 0 000 0 00 1 00

T.Crawford 0 000 0 00 0 10

X.Woods 0 000 6 00 0 10

Total 0 000 6 00 4 30

FUMBLES FUM YDS FORCEDTDOWN-REC OPP-REC YDS TD OUT-BDS

San Francisco 49ers

LOST

C.Beathard 0 002 0 00 0 02

M.Breida 0 001 0 01 0 00

T.Taylor 0 001 0 00 0 01

Final Individual Statistics

Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers

10/22/2017 at Levi's Stadium

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Final Individual Statistics

Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers

10/22/2017 at Levi's Stadium

Total 0 004 0 01 0 03

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Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers

10/22/2017 at Levi's Stadium

Final Team StatisticsHomeVisitor

Cowboys 49ers

27 23TOTAL FIRST DOWNS

14 9By Rushing

12 12By Passing

1 2By Penalty

7-11-64% 6-13-46%THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY

0-1-0% 0-2-0%FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY

501 290TOTAL NET YARDS

70 65Total Offensive Plays (inc. times thrown passing)

7.2 4.5Average gain per offensive play

265 103NET YARDS RUSHING

43 22Total Rushing Plays

6.2 4.7Average gain per rushing play

3-4 5-11Tackles for a loss-number and yards

236 187NET YARDS PASSING

0-0 5-48Times thrown - yards lost attempting to pass

236 235Gross yards passing

27-17-0 38-22-0PASS ATTEMPTS-COMPLETIONS-HAD INTERCEPTED

8.7 4.3Avg gain per pass play (inc.# thrown passing)

7-4-3 3-2-2KICKOFFS Number-In End Zone-Touchbacks

3-47.3 4-45.0PUNTS Number and Average

0 0Had Blocked

0-0 0-0FGs - PATs Had Blocked

44.0 45.0Net Punting Average

0 10TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE (Not Including Kickoffs)

1-0 1-10No. and Yards Punt Returns

0-0 4-63No. and Yards Kickoff Returns

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

5-36 2-22PENALTIES Number and Yards

0-0 4-3FUMBLES Number and Lost

6 1TOUCHDOWNS

3 1Rushing

3 0Passing

4-6 1-1EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts

4-5 1-1Kicking Made-Attempts

0-1 0-0Passing Made-Attempts

0-0 1-1FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts

4-6-67% 1-2-50%RED ZONE EFFICIENCY

3-3-100% 1-2-50%GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY

0 0SAFETIES

40 10FINAL SCORE

32:50 27:10TIME OF POSSESSION

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* inside opponent's 20

Time of Possession by Quarter

Home

Visitor

Kickoff Drive No.-Start Average

1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total

8:28

6:32

6:43 7:58 9:41 32:50

8:17 7:02 5:19 27:10

Cowboys: 3 - DAL 23 49ers: 7 - SF 24

(409) Average DAL 34

(230) Average SF 23

Dallas Cowboys

San Francisco 49ers

TimeRecd

TimeLost

TimePoss

How BallObtained

DriveBegan

#Play

YdsPen

NetYds

YdsGain

1stDown

LastScrm

How GivenUp

#

Dallas Cowboys

1 15:00 1:0014:00 Kickoff DAL 25 3 5 0 5 0 DAL 30 Punt

2 14:00 1:1812:42 Fumble SF 20 3 20 0 20 2 SF 1* Touchdown

3 11:24 3:287:56 Punt DAL 26 7 57 17 74 4 SF 25 Touchdown

4 4:28 2:132:15 Kickoff DAL 25 4 30 0 30 1 SF 45 Punt

5 0:29 5:0310:26 Punt DAL 14 12 96 -10 86 5 SF 18* Touchdown

6 5:49 1:334:16 Punt DAL 6 3 3 0 3 0 DAL 9 Punt

7 0:36 0:360:00 Fumble DAL 19 4 23 5 28 2 DAL 45 End of Half

8 11:12 0:1410:58 Downs DAL 28 1 72 0 72 1 DAL 28 Touchdown

9 8:27 7:440:43 Punt DAL 20 13 90 -10 80 6 SF 2* Touchdown

10 15:00 4:1110:49 Fumble SF 29 8 29 0 29 3 SF 2* Touchdown

11 6:14 3:172:57 Kickoff DAL 19 8 66 0 66 2 SF 15* Downs

12 2:13 2:130:00 Downs SF 24 4 10 0 10 1 SF 12* End of Game

TimeRecd

TimeLost

TimePoss

How BallObtained

DriveBegan

#Play

YdsPen

NetYds

YdsGain

1stDown

LastScrm

How GivenUp

#

San Francisco 49ers

1 12:42 1:1811:24 Kickoff SF 25 3 1 0 1 0 SF 26 Punt

2 7:56 3:284:28 Kickoff SF 23 9 53 0 53 3 DAL 24 Field Goal

3 2:15 1:460:29 Punt SF 10 4 35 0 35 1 SF 45 Punt

4 10:26 4:375:49 Kickoff SF 14 7 28 0 28 2 SF 42 Punt

5 4:16 3:400:36 Punt SF 40 9 41 0 41 4 DAL 5* Fumble

6 15:00 3:4811:12 Kickoff SF 25 9 47 0 47 3 DAL 28 Downs

7 10:58 2:318:27 Kickoff SF 28 6 7 0 7 1 SF 35 Punt

8 0:43 0:430:00 Kickoff SF 25 3 4 0 4 1 SF 42 Fumble

9 10:49 4:356:14 Kickoff SF 25 12 65 10 75 8 DAL 4* Touchdown

10 2:57 0:442:13 Downs SF 15 4 9 0 9 0 SF 24 Downs

Ball Possession And Drive Chart

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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 MiscDallas Cowboys

IN PD FF FR TKL AST FF FR BL TKL AST FF FRQTKL AST COMB SK / YDS TFL

8 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Hitchens 03

5 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0B.Jones 10

6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Heath 01

5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0S.Lee 02

5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Brown 00

4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Lewis 00

2 1 3 1 12 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Irving 11

2 1 3 1 14 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Lawrence 00

2 1 3 1 13 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Smith 00

2 0 2 1 8 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.Crawford 11

2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Wilson 11

1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0M.Collins 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.Charlton 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0K.Frazier 00

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

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0O.Scandrick 00

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0B.Price 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Ash 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0X.Woods 00

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.March-Lillard 00

Total 48 6 54 5 48 0 4 3 2 5 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 069

TKL AST COMB SK / YDS IN PD FF FR TKL AST FF FR BL TKL AST FF FRQHTFL

Special Teams MiscSan Francisco 49ers Regular Defensive Plays

6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Johnson 00

6 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Ward 00

5 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Tartt 00

5 0 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Buckner 10

5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Armstrong 00

2 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Foster 01

4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Jones 01

3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E.Reid 00

3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Witherspoon 00

3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0T.McDaniel 00

2 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Colbert 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0X.Cooper 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Watson 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Robinson 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0S.Thomas 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0L.Douzable 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E.Harold 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0B.Coyle 00

1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0E.Dumervil 01

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

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0B.Fusco 00

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0C.Beathard 00

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

Total 52 6 58 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 113

Final Defensive Statistics

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10/22/2017 at Levi's Stadium

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Scoring Plays

Regular Defensive Plays Special Teams MiscDallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ers

Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ers

TIME OF POSSESSIONPERIOD SCORES

14 6 = 20

3 0 = 3

15:11

14:49

Cowboys

49ers

Cowboys

49ers

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

Cowboys E.Elliott 1 yd. run (D.Bailey kick) (3-20, 1:18) 7 01 12:42

Cowboys E.Elliott 25 yd. run (D.Bailey kick) (7-74, 3:28) 14 01 7:56

49ers R.Gould 42 yd. Field Goal (9-53, 3:28) 14 31 4:28

Cowboys J.Witten 18 yd. pass from D.Prescott (pass failed) (12-86, 5:03) 20 32 10:26

14 10TOTAL FIRST DOWNS

6 - 7 - 1 5 - 5 - 0First Downs Rushing-Passing-by Penalty

1-4-25% 3-7-43%THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY

234 158TOTAL NET YARDS

36 31Total Offensive Plays

114 68NET YARDS RUSHING

120 90NET YARDS PASSING

120 125Gross Yards Passing

0-0 4-35Times thrown-yards lost attempting to pass

17 - 9 - 0 14 - 9 - 0Pass Attempts-Completions-Had Intercepted

3 - 47.3 3 - 45Punts-Number and Average

2 - 16 2 - 22Penalties-Number and Yards

0 - 0 3 - 2Fumbles-Number and Lost

2-2-100% 0-1-0%Red Zone Efficiency

DAL 28 SF 22Average Drive Start

RUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG RUSHING ATT YDS LG TDAVG

E.Elliott 89 5.9 215 25 C.Hyde 43 5.4 08 16

D.Prescott 21 10.5 02 13 C.Beathard 20 10.0 02 16

R.Switzer 3 3.0 01 3 M.Breida 5 1.7 03 5

A.Morris 1 1.0 01 1

19 114 6.0 25 2Total 13 68 5.2 16 0Total

PASSING ATT YDS LGTDSK/YDCMP IN RT PASSING ATT YDS LGTDSK/YDCMP IN RT

D.Prescott 120 117 9 0/0 0 95.2 C.Beathard 125 014 9 4/35 0 92.94827

14 125 09 4/35 0 92.99 120 117 0/0 0 95.2Total Total 4827

PASS RECEIVING REC YDS LG TDAVGTAR PASS RECEIVING REC YDS LG TDAVGTAR

D.Bryant 53 13.3 047 P.Garcon 30 7.5 045 1427

J.Witten 29 14.5 122 M.Goodwin 73 24.3 035 4818

C.Beasley 24 24.0 012 G.Kittle 16 16.0 012 1624

A.Morris 9 9.0 011 C.Hyde 6 6.0 012 69

R.Smith 5 5.0 011 5

E.Elliott 0 0.0 002 0

T.Williams 0 0.0 002 0

9 120 13.3 27 1Total 17 9 125 13.9 48 0Total 14

IN PD FF FR TKL AST FF FR BL TKL AST FF FRQTKL AST COMB SK / YDS TFL

4 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Lewis 00

2 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0B.Jones 00

3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0J.Heath 01

3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0A.Hitchens 01

Total 12 2 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 002

First Half Summary

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First Half Summary

Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers

10/22/2017 at Levi's Stadium

TKL AST COMB SK / YDS IN PD FF FR TKL AST FF FR BL TKL AST FF FRQHTFL

Special Teams MiscSan Francisco 49ers Regular Defensive Plays

5 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Johnson 00

1 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Foster 01

3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0R.Armstrong 00

2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0D.Buckner 10

Total 11 3 14 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 011

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First QuarterPlay By Play 10/22/2017

SF wins the coin toss and elects to defer. DAL elects to Receive, and SF elects to defend the north goal.

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

Dallas Cowboys at 15:00

(15:00) E.Elliott right end to DAL 30 for 5 yards (E.Mitchell; R.Foster).1-10-DAL 25

(14:22) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass incomplete short left to T.Williams (D.Buckner).2-5-DAL 30

(14:19) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass incomplete short right to D.Bryant (D.Buckner).3-5-DAL 30

(14:15) C.Jones punts 56 yards to SF 14, Center-L.Ladouceur. T.Taylor to SF 24 for 10 yards (K.Frazier). FUMBLES (K.Frazier), RECOVEREDby DAL-X.Woods at SF 26. X.Woods to SF 20 for 6 yards (D.Johnson). SF-D.Johnson was injured during the play. His return is Probable. Two(2) yards of loose ball yardage.

4-5-DAL 30

Dallas Cowboys at 14:00

(14:00) E.Elliott left guard to SF 6 for 14 yards (R.Armstrong).1-10-SF 20 R1

(13:23) E.Elliott left guard to SF 1 for 5 yards (D.Buckner).1-6-SF 6

(12:46) E.Elliott up the middle for 1 yard, TOUCHDOWN.2-1-SF 1 R2

D.Bailey extra point is GOOD, Center-L.Ladouceur, Holder-C.Jones.

DAL 7 SF 0, 3 plays, 20 yards, 1:18 drive, 2:18 elapsed

D.Bailey kicks 65 yards from DAL 35 to end zone, Touchback.

San Francisco 49ers at 12:42

(12:42) C.Hyde up the middle to SF 27 for 2 yards (T.Crawford).1-10-SF 25

(12:19) C.Beathard sacked at SF 26 for -1 yards (D.Wilson).2-8-SF 27

(11:40) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass incomplete deep left to P.Garcon.3-9-SF 26

(11:34) B.Pinion punts 48 yards to DAL 26, Center-K.Nelson, out of bounds. Deflected by #85 N.Brown.4-9-SF 26

Dallas Cowboys at 11:24

(11:24) E.Elliott up the middle to DAL 30 for 4 yards (R.Armstrong).1-10-DAL 26

(10:51) D.Prescott pass short left to D.Bryant to DAL 39 for 9 yards (D.Johnson). Caught at DAL 37, YAC 2 yds2-6-DAL 30 P3

(10:11) R.Switzer left end pushed ob at DAL 42 for 3 yards (J.Tartt).1-10-DAL 39

(9:39) D.Prescott pass incomplete short middle to E.Elliott.2-7-DAL 42

(9:33) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass incomplete deep right to B.Butler.3-7-DAL 42

PENALTY on SF-R.Robinson, Defensive Pass Interference, 17 yards, enforced at DAL 42 - No Play. X4

(9:27) E.Elliott left tackle to SF 36 for 5 yards (X.Cooper).1-10-SF 41

(8:49) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass short right to J.Witten to SF 25 for 11 yards (E.Reid). Caught at SF30, YAC-5 yds.2-5-SF 36 P5

(8:12) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass incomplete short middle [T.McDaniel].1-10-SF 25

Penalty on SF-R.Robinson, Illegal Contact, offsetting, enforced at SF 25 - No Play.Penalty on DAL-D.Prescott, Intentional Grounding, offsetting.(7:57) E.Elliott right guard for 25 yards, TOUCHDOWN.1-10-SF 25 R6

D.Bailey extra point is GOOD, Center-L.Ladouceur, Holder-C.Jones.

DAL 14 SF 0, 7 plays, 74 yards, 1 penalty, 3:28 drive, 7:04 elapsed

D.Bailey kicks 55 yards from DAL 35 to SF 10. R.Mostert to SF 23 for 13 yards (X.Woods).

San Francisco 49ers at 7:56, (1st play from scrimmage 7:52)

(7:52) C.Hyde left tackle to SF 35 for 12 yards (J.Heath).1-10-SF 23 R1

(7:24) C.Beathard pass short right to M.Goodwin to SF 49 for 14 yards (J.Lewis). Caught at SF47, YAC - 2 yds1-10-SF 35 P2

(6:58) (No Huddle) C.Beathard scrambles left end pushed ob at DAL 47 for 4 yards (A.Hitchens).1-10-SF 49

(6:33) M.Breida right guard to DAL 42 for 5 yards (S.Lee).2-6-DAL 47

(5:46) (Shotgun) C.Beathard left end pushed ob at DAL 26 for 16 yards (J.Lewis).3-1-DAL 42 R3

(5:28) C.Beathard pass incomplete short left to C.Hyde.1-10-DAL 26

(5:23) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short right to P.Garcon to DAL 24 for 2 yards (B.Jones). Caught at DAL 29,YAC-5 yds2-10-DAL 26

(4:38) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass incomplete deep left to G.Kittle.3-8-DAL 24

(4:33) R.Gould 42 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-K.Nelson, Holder-B.Pinion.4-8-DAL 24

DAL 14 SF 3, 9 plays, 53 yards, 3:28 drive, 10:32 elapsed

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

Dallas Cowboys at 4:28

(4:28) D.Prescott pass short left to C.Beasley pushed ob at DAL 49 for 24 yards (D.Johnson). Caught at DAL 31, YAC-18 yds1-10-DAL 25 P7

(3:51) A.Morris right tackle to 50 for 1 yard (R.Armstrong).1-10-DAL 49

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(3:08) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass incomplete short left to T.Williams.2-9-50

(3:02) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass short right to R.Smith to SF 45 for 5 yards (D.Watson). Caught at SF49, YAC-4yds3-9-50

(2:25) C.Jones punts 35 yards to SF 10, Center-L.Ladouceur, fair catch by T.Taylor.4-4-SF 45

San Francisco 49ers at 2:15

(2:15) C.Beathard pass deep middle to M.Goodwin to DAL 42 for 48 yards (A.Brown). Caught at SF34, YAC-24yds1-10-SF 10 P4

(1:44) (No Huddle) C.Hyde right end to DAL 43 for -1 yards (S.Lee).1-10-DAL 42

(1:17) (No Huddle) C.Beathard pass incomplete short left to M.Goodwin.2-11-DAL 43

(1:14) (Shotgun) C.Beathard sacked at SF 45 for -12 yards (D.Irving).3-11-DAL 43

(:37) B.Pinion punts 41 yards to DAL 14, Center-K.Nelson, fair catch by R.Switzer.4-23-SF 45

Dallas Cowboys at 0:29

(:29) D.Prescott pass deep right to D.Bryant to DAL 31 for 17 yards (R.Robinson). SF-R.Robinson was injured during the play. Caught atDAL31, YAC-0ydsSan Francisco challenged the incomplete pass ruling, and the play was REVERSED.D.Prescott pass incomplete deep right to D.Bryant. SF-R.Robinson was injured during the play. His return is Questionable.

1-10-DAL 14

(:24) (Shotgun) D.Prescott left end pushed ob at DAL 27 for 13 yards (D.Johnson).2-10-DAL 14 R8

END OF QUARTER

Dallas Cowboys 14 8:28 4 3 1 8 0/2 0/0

San Francisco 49ers 3 6:32 2 2 0 4 1/4 0/0

Score

TimePoss

First Downs

R P X T

Efficiencies

3 Down 4 Down

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Second QuarterPlay By Play 10/22/2017

Dallas Cowboys continued.

(15:00) E.Elliott right guard to DAL 26 for -1 yards (R.Foster).1-10-DAL 27

(14:23) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass short left to D.Bryant to DAL 38 for 12 yards (J.Ward). Caught at DAL 35, YAC-3yds2-11-DAL 26 P9

(13:42) E.Elliott left tackle to DAL 44 for 6 yards (D.Jones).1-10-DAL 38

(13:04) D.Prescott pass incomplete short left to E.Elliott.2-4-DAL 44

(12:58) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass short right to D.Bryant to DAL 49 for 5 yards (A.Witherspoon). Caught at DAL49, YAC-0yds3-4-DAL 44 P10

(12:20) E.Elliott right tackle to SF 48 for 3 yards (D.Buckner, R.Foster).1-10-DAL 49

(11:34) (No Huddle, Shotgun) D.Prescott pass short right to D.Bryant to SF 21 for 27 yards (A.Witherspoon). SF-K.Williams was injured duringthe play. Caught at SF38, YAC-17yds

2-7-SF 48 P11

Penalty on SF-L.Douzable, Defensive Offside, declined.

(11:17) E.Elliott right end pushed ob at SF 17 for 4 yards (J.Ward).1-10-SF 21

PENALTY on DAL-J.Hanna, Offensive Holding, 10 yards, enforced at SF 17.

(11:10) D.Prescott pass short right to A.Morris to SF 18 for 9 yards (R.Robinson). Caught at SF29, YAC-11yds1-16-SF 27

(10:33) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass deep right to J.Witten for 18 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Caught in EndZone, YAC-0yds2-7-SF 18 P12

TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. D.Prescott pass to B.Butler is incomplete. ATTEMPT FAILS. Knocked down by #33 R.Robinson

DAL 20 SF 3, 12 plays, 86 yards, 5:03 drive, 4:34 elapsed

J.Heath kicks 65 yards from DAL 35 to SF 0. R.Mostert to SF 14 for 14 yards (K.Wilber).

San Francisco 49ers at 10:26, (1st play from scrimmage 10:19)

(10:19) C.Beathard pass short left to M.Goodwin to SF 25 for 11 yards (J.Lewis). Caught at SF21, YAC-4yds1-10-SF 14 P5

(9:43) M.Breida left end pushed ob at SF 22 for -3 yards (J.Heath).1-10-SF 25

(9:14) C.Beathard pass short middle to P.Garcon to SF 30 for 8 yards (A.Hitchens). Caught at SF26, YAC-4yds2-13-SF 22

(8:34) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short middle to G.Kittle to SF 46 for 16 yards (B.Jones). Caught at SF37, YAC-9yds3-5-SF 30 P6

(7:58) C.Hyde right end to SF 44 for -2 yards (A.Hitchens, B.Jones).1-10-SF 46

(7:18) C.Beathard sacked at SF 36 for -8 yards (T.Crawford).2-12-SF 44

(6:35) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short left to C.Hyde to SF 42 for 6 yards (S.Lee). Caught at SF37, YAC-5yds3-20-SF 36

(6:00) B.Pinion punts 46 yards to DAL 12, Center-K.Nelson. R.Switzer pushed ob at DAL 25 for 13 yards (E.Reid).4-14-SF 42

PENALTY on DAL-A.Brown, Offensive Holding, 6 yards, enforced at DAL 12.

Dallas Cowboys at 5:49

(5:49) E.Elliott left tackle to DAL 8 for 2 yards (D.Jones).1-10-DAL 6

(5:13) E.Elliott left end to DAL 9 for 1 yard (D.Johnson).2-8-DAL 8

(4:31) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass incomplete short right to C.Beasley [D.Buckner].3-7-DAL 9

(4:23) C.Jones punts 51 yards to SF 40, Center-L.Ladouceur, out of bounds.4-7-DAL 9

San Francisco 49ers at 4:16

(4:16) C.Beathard pass incomplete short middle to M.Goodwin [B.Price].1-10-SF 40

(4:10) C.Hyde right guard to DAL 48 for 12 yards (D.Wilson, B.Jones).2-10-SF 40 R7

(3:39) C.Beathard pass short right to P.Garcon pushed ob at DAL 34 for 14 yards (J.Lewis). Caught at DAL40, YAC-6yds1-10-DAL 48 P8

Timeout #1 by DAL at 03:20.

(3:20) M.Breida left guard to DAL 34 for no gain (D.Irving). FUMBLES (D.Irving), and recovers at DAL 31. M.Breida to DAL 31 for no gain(T.Charlton). #22 M.Breida gets credit for a 3-yd. rush.

1-10-DAL 34

(2:39) C.Beathard pass short right to P.Garcon to DAL 25 for 6 yards (A.Brown). Caught at DAL25, YAC-0yds2-7-DAL 31

(2:17) C.Hyde up the middle to DAL 23 for 2 yards (D.Lawrence).3-1-DAL 25 R9

Two-Minute Warning

(2:00) (Shotgun) C.Hyde up the middle to DAL 7 for 16 yards (J.Heath).1-10-DAL 23 R10

(1:20) (Shotgun) C.Hyde up the middle to DAL 5 for 2 yards (J.Smith).1-7-DAL 7

(:46) (Shotgun) C.Beathard sacked at DAL 14 for -9 yards (D.Lawrence). FUMBLES (D.Lawrence), RECOVERED by DAL-D.Lawrence at DAL19. D.Lawrence to DAL 19 for no gain (B.Fusco). Sack for a loss of 14-yds.

2-5-DAL 5

Dallas Cowboys at 0:36

(:36) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass incomplete short left to D.Bryant.1-10-DAL 19

(:31) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass incomplete short right to C.Beasley.2-10-DAL 19

PENALTY on SF-D.Watson, Defensive Offside, 5 yards, enforced at DAL 19 - No Play.

(:28) (Shotgun) D.Prescott scrambles up the middle to DAL 32 for 8 yards (D.Johnson, R.Foster).2-5-DAL 24 R13

Timeout #2 by DAL at 00:20.

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(:20) (Shotgun) E.Elliott up the middle to DAL 45 for 13 yards (J.Tartt).1-10-DAL 32 R14

Timeout #3 by DAL at 00:11.

(:11) (Shotgun) E.Elliott up the middle to DAL 47 for 2 yards (S.Thomas).1-10-DAL 45

END OF QUARTER

Dallas Cowboys 20 6:43 2 4 0 6 1/2 0/0

San Francisco 49ers 3 8:17 3 3 0 6 2/3 0/0

Score

TimePoss

First Downs

R P X T

Efficiencies

3 Down 4 Down

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Third QuarterPlay By Play 10/22/2017

SF elects to Receive, and DAL elects to defend the South goal.

J.Heath kicks 61 yards from DAL 35 to SF 4. R.Mostert to SF 25 for 21 yards (D.Wilson, B.Jones).

San Francisco 49ers at 15:00, (1st play from scrimmage 14:53)

(14:53) C.Beathard pass short middle to P.Garcon to SF 44 for 19 yards (J.Heath). Caught at SF39, YAC-5yds1-10-SF 25 P11

(14:18) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass incomplete short right.1-10-SF 44

(14:11) C.Hyde left tackle to DAL 47 for 9 yards (B.Jones).2-10-SF 44

(13:34) C.Beathard up the middle to DAL 45 for 2 yards (K.Wilber).3-1-DAL 47 R12

(13:05) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short right to G.Celek to DAL 34 for 11 yards (A.Brown). Caught at CAL39, YAC-5yds1-10-DAL 45 P13

(12:41) C.Beathard pass incomplete short left to K.Bourne.1-10-DAL 34

(12:36) C.Hyde up the middle to DAL 27 for 7 yards (A.Brown, D.Lawrence).2-10-DAL 34

(12:00) (Shotgun) C.Hyde left guard to DAL 28 for -1 yards (S.Lee).3-3-DAL 27

(11:16) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass incomplete short middle to K.Bourne.4-4-DAL 28

Dallas Cowboys at 11:12

(11:12) D.Prescott pass short right to E.Elliott for 72 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Caught at DAL24, YAC-76yds1-10-DAL 28 P15

J.Heath extra point is GOOD, Center-L.Ladouceur, Holder-C.Jones.

DAL 27 SF 3, 1 plays, 72 yards, 0:14 drive, 4:02 elapsed

J.Heath kicks 52 yards from DAL 35 to SF 13. R.Mostert to SF 28 for 15 yards (J.March-Lillard, D.Wilson).

San Francisco 49ers at 10:58, (1st play from scrimmage 10:51)

(10:51) (Shotgun) C.Hyde right guard to SF 28 for no gain (O.Scandrick).1-10-SF 28

(10:09) C.Beathard pass incomplete short right to M.Goodwin (B.Price).2-10-SF 28

(10:05) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short right to C.Hyde to SF 39 for 11 yards (M.Collins). Caught at SF27, YAC-12yds3-10-SF 28 P14

(9:33) C.Hyde right end to SF 35 for -4 yards (A.Hitchens, M.Collins).1-10-SF 39

(8:49) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass incomplete short right to P.Garcon (D.Irving).2-14-SF 35

(8:43) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass incomplete short right to M.Breida.3-14-SF 35

(8:34) B.Pinion punts 45 yards to DAL 20, Center-K.Nelson, out of bounds.4-14-SF 35

Dallas Cowboys at 8:27

(8:27) E.Elliott right tackle to DAL 27 for 7 yards (J.Tartt).1-10-DAL 20

(7:51) D.Prescott pass short left to J.Witten pushed ob at DAL 39 for 12 yards (J.Ward). Caught at DAL33, YAC-6yds2-3-DAL 27 P16

(7:15) E.Elliott left tackle to DAL 44 for 5 yards (R.Foster). SF-R.Foster was injured during the play. His return is Probable.1-10-DAL 39

(6:51) D.Prescott pass short right to E.Elliott to DAL 47 for 3 yards (E.Harold).2-5-DAL 44

PENALTY on DAL-J.Cooper, Offensive Holding, 10 yards, enforced at DAL 44 - No Play.

(6:39) (Shotgun) A.Morris up the middle to DAL 48 for 14 yards (A.Colbert).2-15-DAL 34

(5:55) D.Prescott pass short right to G.Swaim to SF 45 for 7 yards (J.Tartt). Caught at DAL49, YAC-6yds3-1-DAL 48 P17

(5:12) E.Elliott left end pushed ob at SF 31 for 14 yards (R.Armstrong).1-10-SF 45 R18

(4:44) E.Elliott up the middle to SF 28 for 3 yards (D.Jones).1-10-SF 31

(4:00) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass short left to J.Witten to SF 15 for 13 yards (J.Tartt).2-7-SF 28 P19

Penalty on SF-X.Cooper, Defensive Offside, declined. Caught at SF15, YAC-0yds

(3:34) D.Prescott pass short left to D.Bryant to SF 8 for 7 yards (E.Reid, A.Colbert). Caught at SF16, YAC-8yds1-10-SF 15

(2:54) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass short left to D.Bryant to SF 7 for 1 yard (D.Johnson, J.Tartt). Caught at SF11, YAC-4yds2-3-SF 8

(2:09) (Shotgun) D.Prescott left guard to SF 4 for 3 yards (E.Reid).3-2-SF 7 R20

(1:30) E.Elliott up the middle to SF 2 for 2 yards (L.Douzable).1-4-SF 4

(:46) (Shotgun) D.Prescott up the middle for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. SF-R.Foster was injured during the play.2-2-SF 2 R21

J.Heath extra point is No Good, Wide Right, Center-L.Ladouceur, Holder-C.Jones.

DAL 33 SF 3, 13 plays, 80 yards, 7:44 drive, 14:17 elapsed

J.Heath kicks 65 yards from DAL 35 to end zone, Touchback.

San Francisco 49ers at 0:43

(:43) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short right to T.Taylor to SF 36 for 11 yards (B.Jones). Caught at SF31, YAC-5yds1-10-SF 25 P15

(:23) (No Huddle) C.Beathard pass short middle to T.Taylor to SF 42 for 6 yards (S.Lee). Caught at SF41, YAC-1yds1-10-SF 36

(:03) (No Huddle) C.Beathard sacked at SF 36 for -6 yards (J.Smith). FUMBLES (J.Smith), RECOVERED by DAL-T.Crawford at SF 29.T.Crawford to SF 29 for no gain (C.Beathard). Sacked for a loss of 13 yds.

2-4-SF 42

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Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

END OF QUARTER

Dallas Cowboys 33 7:58 3 4 0 7 2/2 0/0

San Francisco 49ers 3 7:02 1 4 0 5 2/4 0/1

Score

TimePoss

First Downs

R P X T

Efficiencies

3 Down 4 Down

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Fourth QuarterPlay By Play 10/22/2017

Dallas Cowboys continued.

Dallas Cowboys at 15:00

(15:00) E.Elliott right tackle to SF 25 for 4 yards (T.McDaniel).1-10-SF 29

(14:17) (Shotgun) E.Elliott left end to SF 15 for 10 yards (J.Ward).2-6-SF 25 R22

(13:41) E.Elliott right guard to SF 12 for 3 yards (T.McDaniel).1-10-SF 15

(13:00) (Shotgun) E.Elliott up the middle to SF 6 for 6 yards (D.Buckner).2-7-SF 12

(12:18) E.Elliott right guard to SF 5 for 1 yard (D.Buckner).3-1-SF 6 R23

(11:39) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass incomplete short right to T.Williams.1-5-SF 5

(11:33) E.Elliott right guard to SF 2 for 3 yards (D.Buckner).2-5-SF 5

(10:54) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass short right to D.Bryant for 2 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Caught in EndZone, YAC-0yds3-2-SF 2 P24

J.Heath extra point is GOOD, Center-L.Ladouceur, Holder-C.Jones.

DAL 40 SF 3, 8 plays, 29 yards, 4:11 drive, 4:11 elapsed

J.Heath kicks 65 yards from DAL 35 to end zone, Touchback.

San Francisco 49ers at 10:49

(10:49) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short right to C.Hyde to SF 23 for -2 yards (A.Hitchens, D.Irving). Caught at SF23, YAC-0yds1-10-SF 25

(10:12) (Shotgun) C.Hyde up the middle to SF 37 for 14 yards (J.Heath, J.Smith).2-12-SF 23 R16

PENALTY on DAL-D.Lawrence, Illegal Use of Hands, 5 yards, enforced at SF 37. X17

(9:52) C.Beathard pass deep right intended for K.Bourne INTERCEPTED by A.Brown at DAL 41. A.Brown to DAL 44 for 3 yards (C.Hikutini).1-10-SF 42

PENALTY on DAL-A.Brown, Defensive Holding, 5 yards, enforced at SF 42 - No Play. X18

(9:51) C.Beathard pass incomplete short right to C.Hikutini [R.Ash].1-10-SF 47

(9:47) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short right to T.Taylor to DAL 40 for 13 yards (A.Hitchens) [B.Jones]. Caught at DAL44, YAC-4yds2-10-SF 47 P19

(9:18) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short left to A.Robinson ran ob at DAL 25 for 15 yards. Caught at DAL32, YAC-7yds1-10-DAL 40 P20

(8:56) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass incomplete short left to C.Hyde.1-10-DAL 25

(8:54) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short right to T.Taylor to DAL 20 for 5 yards (B.Jones). Caught at DAL30, YAC-10yds2-10-DAL 25

(8:11) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short left to C.Hikutini to DAL 15 for 5 yards (A.Hitchens). Caught at DAL16, YAC-1yds3-5-DAL 20 P21

Timeout #1 by DAL at 07:29.

(7:29) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short middle to M.Goodwin to DAL 8 for 7 yards (A.Hitchens). Caught at DAL10, YAC-2yds1-10-DAL 15

(6:48) C.Beathard scrambles left end pushed ob at DAL 4 for 4 yards (J.Heath).2-3-DAL 8 R22

(6:22) C.Beathard pass incomplete short left to M.Goodwin.1-4-DAL 4

(6:19) (Shotgun) C.Beathard left tackle for 4 yards, TOUCHDOWN.2-4-DAL 4 R23

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

DAL 40 SF 10, 12 plays, 75 yards, 2 penalties, 4:35 drive, 8:46 elapsed

B.Pinion kicks 46 yards from SF 35 to DAL 19, fair catch by C.Beasley.

Dallas Cowboys at 6:14

(6:14) #7 C.Rush in at QB. R.Smith up the middle to DAL 22 for 3 yards (R.Armstrong).1-10-DAL 19

(5:32) R.Smith left tackle to DAL 26 for 4 yards (E.Harold).2-7-DAL 22

(4:48) (Shotgun) C.Rush left tackle to DAL 41 for 15 yards (A.Colbert).3-3-DAL 26 R25

(4:02) R.Smith right tackle pushed ob at SF 14 for 45 yards (J.Ward).1-10-DAL 41 R26

(3:52) R.Smith right end to SF 16 for -2 yards (D.Jones).1-10-SF 14

(3:12) (Shotgun) C.Rush pass short left to R.Switzer to SF 14 for 2 yards (B.Coyle). Caught at SF20, YAC-6yds2-12-SF 16

Timeout #1 by SF at 03:06.

(3:06) R.Smith up the middle to SF 15 for -1 yards (E.Dumervil).3-10-SF 14

Timeout #2 by SF at 03:02.

(3:02) (Shotgun) C.Rush pass incomplete short left to R.Smith.4-11-SF 15

San Francisco 49ers at 2:57

(2:57) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short right to C.Hyde pushed ob at SF 20 for 5 yards (K.Frazier). Caught at SF17, YAC-3yds1-10-SF 15

(2:51) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass incomplete short middle to C.Hyde (R.Ash).2-5-SF 20

(2:44) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short left to T.Taylor to SF 24 for 4 yards (A.Brown). Caught at SF24, YAC-0yds3-5-SF 20

(2:18) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Beathard pass incomplete short left to C.Hyde (T.Charlton).4-1-SF 24

Dallas Cowboys at 2:13

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(2:13) R.Smith up the middle to SF 19 for 5 yards (A.Witherspoon).1-10-SF 24

Two-Minute Warning

Timeout #2 by DAL at 02:00.

(2:00) R.Smith up the middle to SF 19 for no gain (T.McDaniel).2-5-SF 19

(1:20) R.Smith right end to SF 12 for 7 yards (J.Ward).3-5-SF 19 R27

(:35) C.Rush kneels to SF 14 for -2 yards.1-10-SF 12

END OF QUARTER

Dallas Cowboys 40 9:41 5 1 0 6 4/5 0/1

San Francisco 49ers 10 5:19 3 3 2 8 1/2 0/1

Score

TimePoss

First Downs

R P X T

Efficiencies

3 Down 4 Down

Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

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Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers

10/22/2017 at Levi's Stadium

Miscellaneous Statistics Report

Ten Longest Plays for Dallas Cowboys

Ten Longest Plays for San Francisco 49ers

VISITOR Dallas Cowboys 6 0 0

HOME San Francisco 49ers 1 0 0

Offense Defense Special TeamsTouchdown Scoring Information

Player Scoring Information

Play Start Play DescriptionQtrYards

1-10-DAL 28 (11:12) D.Prescott pass short right to E.Elliott for 72 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Caught at DAL24, YAC-76yds372

1-10-DAL 41 (4:02) R.Smith right tackle pushed ob at SF 14 for 45 yards (J.Ward).445

2-7-SF 48 (11:34) (No Huddle, Shotgun) D.Prescott pass short right to D.Bryant to SF 21 for 27 yards (A.Witherspoon). SF-K.Williamswas injured during the play. Caught at SF38, YAC-17ydsPenalty on SF-L.Douzable, Defensive Offside, declined.

227

1-10-SF 25 (7:57) E.Elliott right guard for 25 yards, TOUCHDOWN.125

1-10-DAL 25 (4:28) D.Prescott pass short left to C.Beasley pushed ob at DAL 49 for 24 yards (D.Johnson). Caught at DAL 31, YAC-18 yds124

2-7-SF 18 (10:33) (Shotgun) D.Prescott pass deep right to J.Witten for 18 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Caught in EndZone, YAC-0yds218

3-3-DAL 26 (4:48) (Shotgun) C.Rush left tackle to DAL 41 for 15 yards (A.Colbert).415

1-10-SF 20 (14:00) E.Elliott left guard to SF 6 for 14 yards (R.Armstrong).114

2-15-DAL 34 (6:39) (Shotgun) A.Morris up the middle to DAL 48 for 14 yards (A.Colbert).314

1-10-SF 45 (5:12) E.Elliott left end pushed ob at SF 31 for 14 yards (R.Armstrong).314

Play Start Play DescriptionQtrYards

1-10-SF 10 (2:15) C.Beathard pass deep middle to M.Goodwin to DAL 42 for 48 yards (A.Brown). Caught at SF34, YAC-24yds148

1-10-SF 25 (14:53) C.Beathard pass short middle to P.Garcon to SF 44 for 19 yards (J.Heath). Caught at SF39, YAC-5yds319

2-12-SF 23 (10:12) (Shotgun) C.Hyde up the middle to SF 37 for 14 yards (J.Heath, J.Smith).PENALTY on DAL-D.Lawrence, Illegal Use of Hands, 5 yards, enforced at SF 37.

419

3-1-DAL 42 (5:46) (Shotgun) C.Beathard left end pushed ob at DAL 26 for 16 yards (J.Lewis).116

3-5-SF 30 (8:34) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short middle to G.Kittle to SF 46 for 16 yards (B.Jones). Caught at SF37, YAC-9yds216

1-10-DAL 23 (2:00) (Shotgun) C.Hyde up the middle to DAL 7 for 16 yards (J.Heath).216

1-10-DAL 40 (9:18) (No Huddle, Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short left to A.Robinson ran ob at DAL 25 for 15 yards. Caught at DAL32, YAC-7yds

415

1-10-SF 35 (7:24) C.Beathard pass short right to M.Goodwin to SF 49 for 14 yards (J.Lewis). Caught at SF47, YAC - 2 yds114

1-10-DAL 48 (3:39) C.Beathard pass short right to P.Garcon pushed ob at DAL 34 for 14 yards (J.Lewis). Caught at DAL40, YAC-6yds214

2-10-SF 47 (9:47) (Shotgun) C.Beathard pass short right to T.Taylor to DAL 40 for 13 yards (A.Hitchens) [B.Jones]. Caught at DAL44,YAC-4yds

413

Club Player TD RushTD

RecTD

KO TD PuntTD

Int TD FumTD

MiscTD

FG XP 2PtRush

2PtRec

PointsSfty

DAL E.Elliott 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 180

DAL D.Prescott 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60

DAL D.Bryant 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60

DAL J.Witten 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60

DAL D.Bailey 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 20

DAL J.Heath 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 20

SF C.Beathard 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 60

SF R.Gould 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 40

Possession Detail First Half Second Half Game

Largest Lead

Largest Deficit

Drives Leading

Drives Trailing

Time of Possession Leading

Time of Possession Trailing

Times Score Tied Up

Lead Changes

Visitor Home Visitor Home Visitor Home

17

5

12:53

0

0

0:00

0

0

0:00

-17

5

14:49

37

5

17:39

0

0

0:00

0

0

0:00

-37

5

12:21

37

10

30:32

0

0

0:00

0

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0:00

-37

10

27:10

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Playtime Percentage

Dallas Cowboys San Francisco 49ers

Percent of playtime per player on offense, defense and special teams

Offense Defense Special TeamsOffense Defense Special Teams

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10/22/2017 NFL GameStats Live: SF Weekly Report

http://www.nflgsis.com/weeklyreports/WeeklyRpt.asp?Season=2017&SeasonType=Reg&ClubCode=SF&NewWindow=1 1/1

San Francisco 49ers / Week 7 / Through Sunday, October 22, 2017 / Regular Season  

Won 0, Lost 7

9/10/2017 L 3­ 23 Carolina Panthers9/17/2017 L 9­ 12 at Seattle Seahawks9/21/2017 L 39­ 41 Los Angeles Rams10/1/2017 L 15­ 18 at Arizona Cardinals10/8/2017 L 23­ 26 at Indianapolis Colts10/15/2017 L 24­ 26 at Washington Redskins10/22/2017 L 10­ 40 Dallas Cowboys

SanFrancisco Opponent

Total First Downs 136 169Rushing 39 59Passing 85 92Penalty 12 183rd Down: Made/Att 34/104 50/1013rd Down Pct. 32.7% 49.5%4th Down: Made/Att 7/14 1/24th Down Pct. 50.0% 50.0%Possession Avg. 26:32 33:28Total Net Yards 2218 2752Avg. Per Game 316.9 393.1Total Plays 460 495Avg. Per Play 4.8 5.6Net Yards Rushing 672 942Avg. Per Game 96.0 134.6Total Rushes 158 240Net Yards Passing 1546 1810Avg. Per Game 220.9 258.6Sacked/Yards Lost 23/179 14/88Gross Yards 1725 1898Attempts/Completions 279/160 241/156Completion Pct. 57.3% 64.7%Had Intercepted 5 4Punts/Average 36/44.8 29/47.7Net Punting Avg. 44.1 41.9Penalties/Yards 58/447 48/384Fumbles/Ball Lost 9/5 12/4Touchdowns 11 20Rushing 6 8Passing 5 12Returns 0 0Score By Periods Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PtsTeam 16 25 26 53 3 123Opponents 51 41 46 39 9 186Scoring TD Ru Pa Rt PAT FG 2Pt PtsR.Gould 0 0 0 0 9/10 16/17 0 57C.Hyde 4 4 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 24G.Kittle 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6T.Taylor 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6C.Beathard 1 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6B.Hoyer 1 1 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 6A.Robinson 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6G.Celek 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6K.Juszczyk 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6Team 11 6 5 0 9/10 16/17 0 123Opponents 20 8 12 0 15/18 17/17 0 1862­Pt. Conversions: Team 0/ 1, Opponents: 0/ 1Sacks: E.Dumervil 3.5, S.Thomas 2.0, D.Buckner 1.5, A.Armstead1.5, C.Carradine 1.0, E.Harold 1.0, R.Armstrong 1.0, A.Lynch 1.0,J.Tartt 0.5, X.Cooper 0.5, B.Coyle 0.5 Team: 14.0, Opponents:23.0

Rushing No. Yds Avg Long TDC.Hyde 100 428 4.3 61 4M.Breida 37 146 3.9 14 0C.Beathard 6 44 7.3 16 1R.Mostert 6 30 5.0 16 0K.Juszczyk 3 11 3.7 8 0B.Hoyer 5 7 1.4 9t 1M.Goodwin 1 6 6.0 6 0Team 158 672 4.3 61 6Opponents 240 942 3.9 45 8

Receiving No. Yds Avg Long TDP.Garcon 38 483 12.7 59 0C.Hyde 27 162 6.0 12 0G.Kittle 22 228 10.4 31 1M.Goodwin 20 349 17.5 51 0T.Taylor 19 149 7.8 18 1A.Robinson 10 168 16.8 45t 1M.Breida 10 64 6.4 12 0K.Juszczyk 8 80 10.0 34 1G.Celek 5 37 7.4 13 1C.Hikutini 1 5 5.0 5 0L.Paulsen 0 0 0 0 0K.Bourne 0 0 0 0 0Team 160 1725 10.8 59 5Opponents 156 1898 12.2 72t 12

Interceptions No. Yds Avg Long TDR.Armstrong 2 29 14.5 29 0J.Tartt 1 37 37.0 37 0R.Robinson 1 0 0.0 0 0Team 4 66 16.5 37 0Opponents 5 74 14.8 25 0

Punting No Yds Avg Net TB In Lg BB.Pinion 36 1612 44.8 44.1 0 17 59 0Team 36 1612 44.8 44.1 0 17 59 0Opponents 29 1384 47.7 41.9 1 12 64 0

Punt Returns Ret FC Yds Avg Long TDT.Taylor 12 8 148 12.3 39 0V.Bolden 1 0 0 0.0 0 0Team 13 8 148 11.4 39 0Opponents 15 13 24 1.6 13 0

Kickoff Returns No. Yds Avg Long TDV.Bolden 12 242 20.2 34 0R.Mostert 5 83 16.6 21 0Team 17 325 19.1 34 0Opponents 5 129 25.8 28 0

Field Goals 1­19 20­29 30­39 40­49 50+R.Gould 0/ 0 2/ 2 4/ 4 9/ 10 1/ 1Team 0/ 0 2/ 2 4/ 4 9/ 10 1/ 1Opponents 1/ 1 6/ 6 4/ 4 3/ 3 3/ 3

Fumbles Lost: C.Beathard 2, B.Hoyer 1, R.Mostert 1, T.Taylor 1Total: 5Opponent Fumble Recoveries: A.Robinson 1, K.Nelson 1, J.Ward1, R.Robinson 1 Total: 4

Passing Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack Lost RatingB.Hoyer 205 119 1245 58.0% 6.1 4 2.0% 4 2.0% 59 16/ 112 74.1C.Beathard 74 41 480 55.4% 6.5 1 1.4% 1 1.4% 48 7/ 67 74.1Team 279 160 1725 57.3% 6.2 5 1.8% 5 1.8% 59 23/ 179 74.1Opponents 241 156 1898 64.7% 7.9 12 5.0% 4 1.7% 72t 14/ 88 98.5

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10/22/2017 NFL GameStats Live: DAL Weekly Report

http://www.nflgsis.com/weeklyreports/WeeklyRpt.asp?Season=2017&SeasonType=Reg&ClubCode=DAL&NewWindow=1 1/1

Dallas Cowboys / Week 7 / Through Sunday, October 22, 2017 / Regular Season  

Won 3, Lost 3

9/10/2017 W 19­ 3 New York Giants9/17/2017 L 17­ 42 at Denver Broncos9/25/2017 W 28­ 17 at Arizona Cardinals10/1/2017 L 30­ 35 Los Angeles Rams10/8/2017 L 31­ 35 Green Bay Packers10/22/2017 W 40­ 10 at San Francisco 49ers

Dallas OpponentTotal First Downs 128 133Rushing 49 42Passing 70 76Penalty 9 153rd Down: Made/Att 34/75 35/783rd Down Pct. 45.3% 44.9%4th Down: Made/Att 6/11 2/54th Down Pct. 54.5% 40.0%Possession Avg. 30:16 29:45Total Net Yards 2282 1989Avg. Per Game 380.3 331.5Total Plays 389 392Avg. Per Play 5.9 5.1Net Yards Rushing 885 693Avg. Per Game 147.5 115.5Total Rushes 176 150Net Yards Passing 1397 1296Avg. Per Game 232.8 216.0Sacked/Yards Lost 7/31 21/191Gross Yards 1428 1487Attempts/Completions 206/129 221/142Completion Pct. 62.6% 64.3%Had Intercepted 4 2Punts/Average 23/44.3 23/45.8Net Punting Avg. 41.1 42.3Penalties/Yards 38/346 35/267Fumbles/Ball Lost 4/3 9/5Touchdowns 21 16Rushing 7 3Passing 14 11Returns 0 2Score By Periods Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PtsTeam 27 71 20 47 0 165Opponents 26 33 37 46 0 142Scoring TD Ru Pa Rt PAT FG 2Pt PtsD.Bailey 0 0 0 0 16/16 7/7 0 37E.Elliott 6 4 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 36D.Bryant 4 0 4 0 0/0 0/0 0 24J.Witten 3 0 3 0 0/0 0/0 0 18D.Prescott 3 3 0 0 0/0 0/0 0 18C.Beasley 2 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12B.Butler 2 0 2 0 0/0 0/0 0 12J.Hanna 1 0 1 0 0/0 0/0 0 6J.Heath 0 0 0 0 2/3 0/0 0 2Team 21 7 14 0 18/19 7/7 0 165Opponents 16 3 11 2 13/15 11/13 0 1422­Pt. Conversions: Team 0/ 2, Opponents: 0/ 1Sacks: D.Lawrence 9.5, D.Irving 3.0, T.Crawford 3.0, M.Collins2.5, J.Smith 1.0, C.Tapper 1.0, D.Wilson 1.0 Team: 21.0,Opponents: 7.0

Rushing No. Yds Avg Long TDE.Elliott 131 540 4.1 30 4D.Prescott 20 152 7.6 21 3A.Morris 10 102 10.2 70 0R.Smith 10 69 6.9 45 0C.Rush 2 13 6.5 15 0R.Switzer 3 9 3.0 3 0Team 176 885 5.0 70 7Opponents 150 693 4.6 28 3

Receiving No. Yds Avg Long TDJ.Witten 31 283 9.1 28t 3D.Bryant 28 327 11.7 36 4T.Williams 19 180 9.5 23 0E.Elliott 18 206 11.4 72t 2C.Beasley 16 133 8.3 24 2B.Butler 8 207 25.9 53 2R.Smith 2 23 11.5 18 0K.Smith 2 10 5.0 6 0J.Hanna 1 28 28.0 28t 1N.Brown 1 13 13.0 13 0A.Morris 1 9 9.0 9 0G.Swaim 1 7 7.0 7 0R.Switzer 1 2 2.0 2 0D.Prescott 0 0 0 3 0Team 129 1428 11.1 72t 14Opponents 142 1487 10.5 53t 11

Interceptions No. Yds Avg Long TDJ.Lewis 1 25 25.0 25 0A.Brown 1 0 0.0 0 0Team 2 25 12.5 25 0Opponents 4 151 37.8 103t 2

Punting No Yds Avg Net TB In Lg BC.Jones 23 1020 44.3 41.1 1 13 62 0Team 23 1020 44.3 41.1 1 13 62 0Opponents 23 1054 45.8 42.3 1 8 62 0

Punt Returns Ret FC Yds Avg Long TDR.Switzer 9 5 61 6.8 21 0Team 9 5 61 6.8 21 0Opponents 9 6 55 6.1 20 0

Kickoff Returns No. Yds Avg Long TDR.Switzer 7 163 23.3 28 0C.Beasley 0 0 0 0 0Team 7 163 23.3 28 0Opponents 14 310 22.1 66 0

Field Goals 1­19 20­29 30­39 40­49 50+D.Bailey 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 3/ 3 1/ 1Team 0/ 0 1/ 1 2/ 2 3/ 3 1/ 1Opponents 0/ 0 3/ 3 3/ 4 5/ 6 0/ 0

Fumbles Lost: J.Witten 1, T.Frederick 1, R.Switzer 1 Total: 3Opponent Fumble Recoveries: T.Crawford 1, T.Frederick 1,D.Lawrence 1, M.Collins 1, X.Woods 1 Total: 5

Passing Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD TD% Int Int% Long Sack Lost RatingD.Prescott 204 128 1426 62.7% 7.0 14 6.9% 4 2.0% 72t 7/ 31 98.2C.Rush 2 1 2 50.0% 1.0 0 0.0% 0 0.0% 2 0/ 0 56.3Team 206 129 1428 62.6% 6.9 14 6.8% 4 1.9% 72t 7/ 31 97.7Opponents 221 142 1487 64.3% 6.7 11 5.0% 2 0.9% 53t 21/ 191 96.5