MEXICO CITY — The 49ers’ is one the team who has to build a well-known position in the NFL but after San Francisco’s 38-10 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Monday night in Mexico City, the team had made a new historical record in the NFL seasons, which is never held before after 2005.
“The game on Monday night was a rematch of the NFL’s inaugural regular-season contest, which took place in Mexico City on October 2, 2005. The Cardinals defeated the Titans 31-14 in that match.”
Now San Francisco had 52 victories and shared the top spot in history with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Not only Jimmy Garoppolo but also all the team member players are kept company to thrashing with Jimmy G and making him unstoppable.
And all those who came, the visiting team and the crowding fans, gave so much energy that energized the 49ers teams.
While the 49ers’ offense started slowly with a three-play series followed by a four-and-out after that Kyle Shanahan coach of the 49ers told that Garoppolo and the rest of the unit are finding their stride.
But after the game ended, Shanahan told that “Jimmy is a good player, and he played well this season as well as all the other seasons. When Jimmy has been healthy out there and our guys have been healthy with him, he plays at a very high level and he did that today as well as he has. ”
Garoppolo got everyone involved, throwing two touchdowns to George Kittle and Brandon Aiyuk before handing the ball over to Brock Purdy halfway through the fourth quarter. The 31-year-old finished with a 131.9 rating after completing 20 of his 29 attempts for 228 yards and four touchdown passes.
Kittle was Garoppolo‘s top target, catching four of his six targets for 84 yards and two touchdowns. Aiyuk had the fewest receiving yards (20), but he did reach the end zone twice.
Christian McCaffrey was Jimmy’s second-most-targeted Wide receiver, catching all seven of his targets for 67 yards.
McCaffrey said, “It is very fun, and I really enjoyed this game” after the game ended.
I don’t think Jimmy, who is such a gifted quarterback, is given enough credit. It’s been fun to pick his brain and work with him because he’s a great leader, super smart, can make any throw, and is just a great guy to be around.
McCaffrey contributed significantly to the running game, carrying the ball seven times for 39 yards.
However, Elijah Mitchell led the team in rushing after entering the game with 2:16 remaining in the second quarter. They were able to take advantage of the fatigued Cardinals’ defence and stay fresh, according to the former Carolina Panthers star.
Perhaps the most encouraging statement from offensive players after the game was that there was still “meat on the bone.” After 21 unanswered points in the second half and five total touchdowns on the night, the team appears to be poised for a successful second half of the season.