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The 1943 and 1990 New York Giants, and 1959
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49ers win!The San Francisco 49ers improved to 3-10 with a win over the Denver Broncos. The Broncos tried to put a scare into the 49ers late https://www.49ersfanshop.com/Brock-Coyle-Jersey , but San Francisco held on for a 20-14 victory. George Kittle was the offensive player of the game, but the defense deserves credit for a solid effort for 3.5 quarters. The Broncos scored a touchdown late, but the 49ers defense did a strong job the rest of the day to contain their strong ground game.49ers dominate the first halfThe 49ers took a 20-0 lead into the half thanks to a big half from George Kittle. He has 210 yards receiving and a touchdown. Dante Pettis added a touchdown near the end of the second quarter following a strong defensive drive. The 49ers defense rolled through the first half, giving up three rushing yards to Lindsay and giving Case Keenum problems.Score updateThe 49ers have gotten on the board first, converting a pair of field goals to take a 6-0 lead. San Francisco had the ball inside the Broncos 5, but could not convert. One of the offensive highlights today is George Kittle setting the franchise record for receiving yards by a tight end. He has 94 receiving yards so far today.Inactives49ers inactives: WR Pierre Gar莽on, RB Matt Breida, CB K?Waun Williams, SS Jaquiski Tartt, OL Erik Magnuson, OL Shon Coleman, DL Sheldon DayBroncos inactives: CB Tramaine Brock, CB Chris Harris, OLB Jeff Holland, OLB Shaquil Barrett, LB Brandon Marshall, DE Demarcus Walker, OL Nico FalahPreviewThere are only four more weeks of football for the San Francisco 49ers and the first of those games kicks off today against the Denver Broncos. The Broncos are caught in .500 hell and playing to maybe save coach Vance Joseph?s job while the 49ers having nothing but evaluations on players for the next year.This will be an afternoon game kicking off at 1:05 PM. The game will air on CBS and you can see who gets it by looking at our broadcast map. Andrew Catalon https://www.49ersfanshop.com , and James Lofton will be calling the game. The 49ers got stomped by the Seattle Seahawks in Week 13 to the tune of 43-16. The takeaways from the game involved over 400 yards passing for quarterback Nick Mullens and two touchdowns for wide receiver Dante Pettis. Beyond that, the 49ers allowed ridiculous numbers to the Seahawk special teams, running backs and pass game while the 49ers offense couldn?t finish a drive. The Broncos on the other hand are trying to get out of .500 and play for Vance Joseph?s job.They hit a bad four-game losing streak with losses to the likes of the New York Jets but also against more superior teams such as the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Rams. They?ve managed to get some nice wins against tougher teams like the Los Angeles Chargers, but something seems definitely off with the offense. . They have a running back of the future in Phillip Lindsay, a UDFA that has shined, as well as wide receiver Courtland Sutton. For Week 14, the Broncos will be without cornerbacks Tramaine Brock and Chris Harris Sr.,as well as linebacker Shaq Barrett. Linebacker Brandon Marshall has been limited all week and is now listed as questionable. The 49ers meanwhile will be without running back Matt Breida, wide receiver Pierre Garcon and safety Jacquiski Tartt. Cornerback K?Waun Williams is questionable.Nuts and boltsLocation: Levi?s Stadium, Santa Clara, CaliforniaGame time: Sunday, December 9th, 01:05P.M. PTTV channel: CBS Online streaming: NFL GamepassLocal Radio: 810-AM, 107.7 (Ted Robinson, Tim Ryan) | Full listingsSports USA national radio: Bob Fitzgerald, Hank BauerSpanish Radio: KTRB 860-AM (Jes煤s Z谩rate, Gabriel Sotelo)Matchup history: 20-20Announcers: Andrew Catalon, James Lofton Enemy blog: Mile High ReportTwitter: @ninersnationFacebook: Go ahead and give us a like!Instagram: @ninersnationsbnRegular season scheduleWeek 1: @ Minnesota Vikings ? 24-16 LossWeek 2: vs. Detroit Lions San Francisco 49ers Customized Jerseys , ? 30-27 WinWeek 3: @ Kansas City Chiefs, 10:00 a.m., FOX, Sunday, September 23 ? 38-27 LossWeek 4: @ Los Angeles Chargers, 1:25 p.m., CBS, Sunday, September 30 ? 29-27 LossWeek 5: vs. Arizona Cardinals, 1:25 p.m., FOX, Sunday, October 7 ? 28-18 LossWeek 6: @ Green Bay Packers, 5:15 p.m., ESPN, Monday, October 15 ? 33-30 LossWeek 7: vs. Los Angeles Rams, 5:20 p.m. San Francisco 49ers T-Shirts , NBC, Sunday, October 21 ? 39-10 LossWeek 8: @ Arizona Cardinals, 1:25 p.m., FOX, Sunday, October 28 ? 18-15 LossWeek 9: vs. Oakland Raiders, 5:20 p.m., NFL Network, Thursday, November 1 ? 34-3 WinWeek 10: vs. New York Giants, 5:15 p.m., ESPN, Monday, November 12 ? 27-23 LossWeek 11: BYEWeek 12: @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 10:00 a.m., FOX, Sunday https://www.49ersfanshop.com/hats , November 25 ? 27-9 LossWeek 13: @ Seattle Seahawks, 1:25 p.m., FOX, Sunday, December 2 ? 43-16 LossWeek 14: vs. Denver Broncos, 1:05 p.m., CBS, Sunday, December 9Week 15: vs. Seattle Seahawks, 1:05 p.m., FOX, Sunday, December 16Week 16: vs. Chicago Bears, 1:05 p.m., FOX, Sunday, December 23Week 17: @ Los Angeles Rams, 1:25 p.m. San Francisco 49ers Hoodie , FOX, Sunday, December 30 The Seattle Seahawks have given away the football just 10 times through 15 games this season. If they can get through another 60 minutes of football Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals without a turnover, they?ll equal the league record for fewest turnovers in a season.The record of 10 turnovers in a season is shared by the 2010 New England Patriots and 2011 San Francisco 49ers.Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll can be like a broken record to his players emphasizing his belief ?it?s all about the ball.? Turnovers are perhaps the single thing he harps on most as a coach, so the thought of potentially matching the league record for fewest turnovers is music to his ears.?It?s the No. 1 thing that we emphasize and we?ve been doing it for a long time,? Carroll said on Wednesday. ?What our challenge is, is how well can we emphasize it? And how well can we transfer than emphasis so they adopt that as part of their play? The mentality of it; there is a constancy that just goes away if you don?t. You have to be on it because there are unnatural aspects of it when you play the things that you have to do. You have to train and drill with the highest of expectations to get it done.?It is such a big deal around here that guys get put on the screen and they get hammered and they get whatever ? they get hooted out or whatever if they?re even loose with the ball a little bit.?Much like the increases in completion percentage and passer rating in recent years, teams have become far more adept at not giving the ball away. As recently as a decade ago, the best turnover seasons in league history had been somewhat dated. The 1982 Kansas City Chiefs held the record with just 12 turnovers. The 1943 and 1990 New York Giants, and 1959 Cleveland Browns were tied for next on the list with 14 turnovers.However, the top of the list has been flooded in the past few seasons. Assuming the Seahawks don?t turn the ball over more than twice on Sunday, eight of the nine best turnover seasons in history will have come since 2010 with six of those coming in the last three years.The 2016 Atlanta Falcons (11), 2016 New England Patriots (11), 2017 Kansas City Chiefs (11), 2016 Buffalo Bills (12) and 2017 New England Patriots (12) all have joined the top of the list. The 1982 Chiefs are the only team outside of the last decade still in the conversation.The Seahawks had five turnovers in their first two games ? three interceptions from Russell Wilson and lost fumbles by Wilson and Chris Carson. They?ve turned the ball over just once in their last five games.Seattle also leads the league in turnover margin at plus-14. The Chicago Bears and Houston Texans, both at plus-12, are the only other teams with a turnover margin of at least plus-10.