49ers vs. Titans: By the Numbers

The San Francisco 49ers returned home to Levi’s® Stadium last Sunday and pulled off their third-straight win. The 25-23 victory over the Tennessee Titans came down to the final seconds of the contest as Robbie Gould kicked his second game-winning field goal of the season. San Francisco has now registered its fourth win in its last five contests.

Here’s a numerical breakdown of some key stats and milestones from the 49ers Week 15 victory.

1:07 left on the clock when the 49ers started their game-winning drive.* 3* straight wins for the 49ers, the team's longest streak since 2014.

6 field goals made by Robbie Gould, tying for the most in a single game in franchise history (Jeff Wilkins vs. Atlanta Falcons in 1996).

10 receptions for Marquise Goodwin, his first career game with double-digit receptions.

*13 *scoring drives in the 49ers last 16 possessions dating back to Week 14.

*17 *plays ran during the 49ers touchdown drive against the Titans in the second quarter. The possession spanned 17 plays, 80 yards and chewed 8:36 off the clock. San Francisco also achieved eight first downs on the drive. By comparison, the 49ers achieved just 11 first downs in a Week 2 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.

20 consecutive field goals made by Gould, the longest active streak in the NFL and the second-longest streak in franchise history.

31 completions on the day for Jimmy Garoppolo, the first 49ers quarterback to have 30 or more completions in a game since Blaine Gabbert in 2015. (30-of-50 completions vs. Cincinnati Bengals).

72.1 completion percentage, a career high for Garoppolo (31-of-43).

94 rushing yards allowed by the 49ers defense which marked the fourth-straight game allowing fewer than 100 yards on the ground.

114 receiving yards for Goodwin, his first set of back-to-back 100-plus yard games in his career (106 vs. Houston in Week 14). He is the first member of the 49ers with consecutive 100-yard receiving games since Anquan Boldin vs. New York Giants in 2015 (107 and 102 yards).

381 passing yards, a career-high for Garoppolo, breaking the previous career high set in Week 14 vs. Houston (334).

414 yards of total offense. The 49ers have registered 400 or more total yards in three of their last five games.

1,008 passing yards over Garoppolo’s first three starts with the 49ers. He is the first 49ers quarterback to record 1,000 or more passing yards his first three starts in franchise history.

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