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The San Francisco 49ers will look to put an end to their eight-game losing streak in a Week 11 home game against the New England Patriots.
This contest will be Tom Brady's first career road game against the 49ers. The San Mateo native has been on a tear since returning from a four-game suspention to open the season and has 12 touchdown passes through five games.
Keep refreshing this page for updates throughout Sunday's contest.
Torrey Smith's streak of 89 consecutive games played is over. The veteran wideout had never missed a contest in his career, but a shoulder injury will keep him out in Week 11. Quinton Patton, Jeremy Kerley and Garrett Celek should all see increased roles in San Francisco's passing game. Rookie receiver Aaron Burbridge will start in place of Smith.
Rashard Robinson, on the other hand, is active for the first time after missing two games with a knee injury. He'll provide a boost to the 49ers secondary against Brady and New England's high-powered passing attack.
The Patriots most notable inactive is Rob Gronkowski. New England's start tight end is out with a chest injury. That means the 49ers will see plenty of No. 2 tight end Martellus Bennett, who is coming off of a 100-yard performance against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 10.
Here's the 49ers full list of inactives: Smith, John Theus, Christian Ponder, Mike Davis, Aaron Lynch, Je'Ron Hamm and Chris Jones.
And for the Patriots: Gronkowski, Chris Hogan, Woodrow Hamilton, Jabaal Sheard, Justin Coleman, LaAdrian Waddle and D.J. Foster.
San Francisco got the ball first and went three-and-out on the game's opening possession. Colin Kaepernick was sacked twice on the first three plays.
Danny Amendola returned the ensuing punt 30 yards to give New England great field position at the 49ers 27-yard line. A 9-yard completion to Dion Lewis helped the Patriots convert on 3rd-and-short. Brady followed with a scramble to the 4-yard line.
On 3rd-and-goal, Brady found Julian Edelman in the right corner of the end zone for a 4-yard touchdown to put the Patriots up 6-0.
Stephen Gostowski missed the point after try.
The 49ers got going on a third-down pass to Chris Harper for a gain of 19 yards. Kaepernick completed his next third-down pass to Shaun Draughn for 26 yards down the right sideline. The running back beat his man on a wheel route. Hyde followed with carries of 11 and 13 yards to set up 1st-and-goal.
San Francisco's drive stalled, but Phil Dawson was good from 33-yards out to make it, 6-3.
The field goal was Dawson's 400th career make, making him the 10th kicker in NFL history to reach the milestone.
Congrats @phildawson4! #UnclePhil just made his 400th career field goal to become the 10th @NFL player to reach that incredible mark. pic.twitter.com/shoKdtWdYK — San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) November 20, 2016
New England continued to roll. Lagarrette Blount broke free for a 44-yard run on the first play of the Patriots next drive.
Brady opened the second quarter with a 9-yard touchdown pass to James White to extend New England's lead to 13-3.
The touchown was Brady's 14th of the season.
Kaepernick completed his next pass to Vance McDonald for a gain of 11 yards, and Hyde followed with a 12-yard run. The possession fizzled from there, and the 49ers punted the ball back to New England.
A 35-yard touhdown run by Blount was nullified by a holding penalty on the Patriots next drive. The flag helped San Francisco's defense get its first stop of the game.
Hyde continued to roll. The running back turned two carries and one receptions into 25 yards. Kaepernick then scrambled for 17 yards and found Garrett Celek on a crossing route for a 19-yard gain to the Patriots 24-yard line. A defensive holding gave the 49ers another first down.
Kaepernick then found McDonald for an 18-yard touchdown to pull the 49ers closer, 13-10.
San Francisco's quarterback improved his first half passing line to 7-of-8 for 112 yards, one touchdown and a 158.3 quarterback rating. McDonald now has four touchdowns on the season.
Two incompletions and Deforest Buckner's fourth sack of the season forced the Patriots to punt the ball back to the 49ers.
The Patriots went three-and-out to start the second half. San Francisco's defense got its third straight stop of New England's offense.
The 49ers offense couldn't get anything going on their first possession, either.
San Francisco followed with its fourth consecutive stop of Brady & Co.
Kaepernick completed a 24-yard pass to McDonald on possibly his best throw of the season. The quarterback threaded the needle up the right seam to find his tight end in tight coverage. Unfortunately the drive sputtered from there, and the 49ers punted it back to New England.
A third-down pass from Brady to Malcolm Mitchell for 21 yards woke up the Patriots offense. Brady follwed with consecutive 14-yard passes to White and Bennett.
Fourth QuarterBrady capped the drive with a 5-yard touchdown pass to Amendola to put New England up 20-10.
The future Hall of Famer now has three touchdowns to three different receivers in the game.
San Francisco's offense continued to struggle in the second half, being kept scoreless with 12:00 remaining in the game.
Brady's fourth touchdown of the day came on a 56-yard pass to Mitchell to make it 27-10, Patriots.
On the play, the quarterback evaded pressure once again and got the pass off at the last second. He's been spectacular throughout the game at extending plays and avoiding potential sacks. San Francisco's one sack doesn't accurately represent the consistent pressure the group has had on Brady.
Gostowski made a 38-yard field goal to extend New England's lead, 30-10.
A Kaepernick scramble, Hyde run and Harper reception got the 49ers a trio of first downs. Harper's 16-yard gain came on third-down when the receiver won a jump ball against Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler. An 11-yard pass to Celek moved the chains once again.
Kaepernick then found Draughn for a 13-yard touchdown on a wheel route up the right sideline to make it 30-17, New England.
The score was Kaepernick's seventh touchdown pass of the season and his second to Draughn.
New England recovered the ensuing onside kick and drained the clock to seal the win.
San Francisco drops to 1-9 on the season and will travel to Miami in Week 12 to play the Dolphins.