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49ers vs. Giants By the Numbers

The San Francisco 49ers finally put their first win of the season on the board following a 31-21 victory over the New York Giants. There were many highlights to take away from the 49ers performance in a game that featured several firsts.

Here's a break down of some key numbers from Sunday's contest.

2 touchdown passes for quarterback C.J. Beathard. He became the first rookie quarterback in franchise history to complete two touchdowns of 45 yards or more in a single game. It was also Beathard's first-career multi-touchdown performance.3 rushing touchdowns for Beathard so far this season, another franchise record for a 49ers rookie quarterback.

3 sacks on quarterback Eli Manning, two from Ronald Blair III who was recently reinstated from Injured Reserve with a thumb injury.

4 total touchdowns on the day, the most since Week 3 against the Los Angeles Rams.

4.5 sacks on the season for veteran pass rusher Elvis Dumervil.

33 yard touchdown for rookie running back Matt Breida – his longest-career run and first-career rushing touchdown.

47 yard touchdown catch from Garrett Celek marked his second score of the season and eighth of his career. It was also the longest reception of his career.

186 rushing yards on the day, a season high and the most by the 49ers since Dec. 11, 2016 against the New York Jets (248 yards).

66.7% third-down conversion rate, the 49ers highest of the season and highest since converting 6-of-9 attempts against the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2013.

83 yard touchdown from C.J. Beathard to Marquise Goodwin – Goodwin's first touchdown of the season and the longest pass play by a member of the 49ers since Oct. 13, 2014 against the St. Louis Rams (Colin Kaepernick to Brandon Lloyd for an 83-yard touchdown).

157.8 quarterback rating in the first half for rookie quarterback C.J. Beathard. It was the highest rating by a 49ers quarterback in the first half (min. 10 attempts) since Alex Smith against the Bills in 2012.

101 completions this season for Beathard. That's a rookie franchise record for most passes completed by a rookie quarterback, passing quarterback Tom Owen in 1974 (88).

186 rushing yards, the 49ers highest production on the ground this season.

288 passing yards for Beathard, the second-highest total of his career (294 yards in Week 9 vs. the Arizona Cardinals).

474 yards of total offense, the most productive game for the 49ers this season.

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