By the Numbers: George Kittle's Record-breaking Performance

It was a tough finish for the San Francisco 49ers, who fell just short to the Los Angeles Chargers, 29-27. Despite the unfavorable outcome, there were a number of positive takeaways from Sunday's contest. Here's a breakdown of some of the 49ers key stats and numbers from Week 4.

2nd career touchdown by Kendrick Bourne

10 total tackles for Fred Wanrer, his fourth consecutive game with 10 or more tackles.

10:44 off the clock in the 49ers 21-play drive in the second quarter. The 49ers 10-minute, 44-second drive was the longest by the team since 2002 against the St. Louis Rams (20-play, 81-yard drive lasting 12:07 resulting in a K Jeff Chandler 19-yard field goal), according to The Elias Sports Bureau.

21 play drive by the 49ers was the longest in a single drive in the NFL since the Cleveland Browns registered a 21-play drive against the Kansas City Chiefs in 2015.

32 yard interception by Antone Exum Jr. marked his first pick and touchdown of his career. It was also the 49ers first interception returned for a touchdown since Dontae Johnson's 50-yard pick-six against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 16 of 2017.

33 consecutive field goals made by Robbie Gould extended the franchise record for most consecutive made field goals. Gould has made at least one field goal in 24 consecutive games, dating back to Dec. 11, 2016.

82 yard touchdown reception by George Kittle marked the longest score by a tight end in franchise history.

125 receiving yards by Kittle are the most in a single game in his career.

218 yards after catch for Kittle through four weeks of the season. His 218 yards are third-most in the league behind Alvin Kamara of the New Orleans Saints and Saquon Barkley of the New York Giants.

298 passing yards for C.J. Beathard. His 298 yards through the air marked a career high for the second-year quarterback.

364 total net yards by San Francisco (288 passing, 76 rushing).

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