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49ers at Texans: By the Numbers

Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers delivered for the second-straight week in a 26-16 victory over the Houston Texans. San Francisco has now generated three wins in its last four contests as the team heads into the final stretch of the season.

Take a look at the breakdown of some key numbers and stats from Week 14.

2 consecutive wins for the 49ers, their first set of back-to-back wins since 2014.3 sacks on the day for the 49ers defense, courtesy of DeForest Buckner, Eli Harold and K'Waun Williams.

4 wins in Jimmy Garopppolo's first four NFL starts, joining Drew Brees (2002), Ben Roethlisberger (2004) and Trevor Siemian (2016) as the only active quarterbacks to win their first four starts.

6.3 average yards per play for San Francisco.

52 yard field goal by Robbie Gould tied his season long. Gould is now 3-for-3 on the season from 50 yards out and 26-of-34 for his career, ranking third in NFL history. (Matt Prater – 78.2% and Stephen Gostkowski – 76.7%).

61 yard pass by Garoppolo to Garrett Celek was a career-long for both players.

64 yards on three receptions for Kyle Juszczyk, a single-game career-high for the 49ers fullback.

334 passing yards, a career-high for Jimmy Garoppolo and the 49ers second-highest output of the season (vs. Indianapolis Colts; Brian Hoyer 336 yards).

416 yards of total offense, the 49ers third-largest output of the season.

627 passing yards over Garoppolo's first two starts with the 49ers, the most by a 49ers QB in his first two starts since the merger in 1970.

783 yards on the season for Marquise Goodwin, a career-high for the 49ers No. 1 receiver.

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