The San Francisco 49erswith a robust defense, a Christian McCaffrey and Deebo Samuel as references in attack, they disarmed the New York Giants by marker 30-12 and remain undefeated in this season of the NFL after three meetings.
The Californian franchise, one of the great contenders for the ring superbowlhas started this new NFL season on the right foot and is 3-0 after its victories against Pittsburgh SteelersLos Angeles Rams and the New Yorkers.
Those from New York, on the other hand, wear a 1-2 and this afternoon in this demanding duel at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara they accused the significant loss of running back Saquon Barkley due to an ankle injury.
McCaffrey was a headache for the Giants defense in the first half and finished the game with a score and 85 yards.
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In addition, the RB scored 12 consecutive games (including Playoffs) with at least one touchdown, tying Jerry Rice for the best streak in this section in the history of the 49ers.
For his part, Samuel, who gave a scare without consequences in the last quarter when he felt pain after a fall, finished the duel with 129 yards and a score.
Brock Purdy, of the 49erswon the quarterback duel and got 310 yards (25 of 37 passing) with two touchdown passes without interceptions while Giants quarterback Daniel Jones had 137 yards (22 of 32) and was intercepted on one occasion.
“CMC” began to crush the Giants from the long first drive, but the New York defense, which failed miserably in Week 1 against the Dallas Cowboys (0-40), knew how to rally in the red zone and San Francisco had to settle for a field goal (3-0).
Brian Daboll’s men also added three in their first turn of attack (3-3), but from then on until halftime the Giants’ offense was ineffective against the imposing defense of the 49ers, undoubtedly one of the best in the league.
Thus, the Giants They gained 49 yards on their first drive and only two total on the next two.
Nick Bosa stroked a safety by capturing Jones and in attack Samuel joined the runs of a McCaffrey who seemed unstoppable.
Thus, a note from Ronnie Bell and another from McCaffrey They created a notable advantage for the home team that the Giants could only counteract with another field goal just before halftime (17-6).
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The Giants They did not lower their arms at the restart. Matt Breida scored on the ground when only five minutes of the third quarter had been played and the New Yorkers dared to convert two points without achieving it (17-12).
In addition, the visiting defense managed to stop some hesitant 49ers in the final yards in the red zone again (field goal to make it 20-12 with which the third quarter closed).
San Francisco still had work ahead of it but the team led by Kyle Shanahan solved the last quarter with authority, relying on its robust defense – Talanoa Hufanga intercepted Jones – and with a new field goal and a touchdown from Samuel after a wonderful pass to the corner of 27 yards from Purdy.