The San Francisco 49ers look to end an 11-game losing streak on Sunday against the New York Jets.
The home matchup will feature a pair of teams looking to start the final quarter of the regular season with a victory.
Keep it locked here throughout the day for in-game updates.
Joe Staley and Quinton Dial are among the notable inactive players for the San Francisco 49ers in Week 14. Aaron Lynch is active for the first time since Week 5. The outside linebacker is up in place of Garrett Celek, who is among the team's inactive players.
Here's the full list:
Staley is inactive for the first time since 2010. The five-time Pro Bowl tackle had a streak of 92 consecutive games played before Sunday.
New York has shared its inactive players for Week 14:
Stay tuned for more updates.
One play. One interception.
One play. One touchdown.
Jimmie Ward's interception on Jets quarterback Bryce Petty put the 49ers in great field position at New York's 7-yard line. New York's first offensive snap resulted in San Francisco's first interception of the season by a 49ers cornerback. One play later, Colin Kaepernick tossed a short pass to Pierre Garçon, who dragged multiple defenders along for the ride for his second career touchdown catch.
The 49ers lead 7-0 with 13:57 left in the first quarterThe Jets were forced to punt on their second possession of the game. The 49ers took over at their own 19-yard line with 13:34 left in the quarter. Hyde pounded his way for a gain of 11 on first down. After a Quinton Patton reception of 19 yards, Hyde picked up a career-long run of 47 yards down to New York's 4-yard line. Shaun Draughn finished the drive on the next play with a 4-yard plunge.
I should mention that Zane Beadles is starting at left tackle in place of Staley. Marcus Martin is making his first start of the year at left guard.
San Francisco has scored two touchdowns on five plays from scrimmage. This is pretty good.
The 49ers lead 14-0 with 10:45 left in the first quarterThe Jets punted again. San Francisco is continuing to roll on offense. Blake Bell just picked up a 30-yard gain from Kaepernick. Patton was tackled short of the first-down marker on a third down crossing route. Daniel Kilgore was shaken up on the play and helped off the field by team doctors. On 4th-and-3 from New York's 26-yard line, Phil Dawson missed a 44-yard attempt.
New York crossed the 50-yard line, but DeForest Buckner's third-down sack (his fourth on the year) forced the Jets to punt for a third time.
The 49ers announced center Daniel Kilgore (leg) is out for the remainder of the game. Martin is now at center. Andrew Tiller has entered the game at left guard. Hyde just ripped off a 20-yard run. Kaepernick followed it with a 27-yard completion to end the first quarter.
The 49ers picked up 10 first downs in the opening quarter, while the Jets had one. San Francisco out-gained New York 193-31 in net yards.
View images from the Week 14 game between San Francisco and New York.
Matt Forte has been ruled out with a knee injury. Dawson missed a 48-yard field goal after Kaepernick took a sack on third down to push the 49ers further back.
New York takes over at their own 38-yard line with 13:21 left in the first half. New York put together its first scoring drive of the game with an 11-play matched capped by a 36-yard Nick Folk field goal.
The 49ers lead is now 14-3 with 7:28 left in the second quarter
Have yourself a day, Mr. Hyde. The 49ers running back ripped off a 43-yard run down the right sideline. He's now at 123 yards on SIX carries! Kaepernick, however, was unable to connect on third down to Jeremy Kerley.
Dawson connected on a 47-yard field goal to snap his two-miss streak. It was a 5-play, 56-yard scoring drive.
The 49ers lead is now 17-3 with 5:45 left in the second quarterWard continued his big game with a third-down sack on Petty to force a Jets punt. It was Ward's second career sack.
Garrett Celek (shoulder) was announced as questionable to return to the game.
With the ball back, Hyde rushed for a gain of 18, but the 49ers were forced to punt again at midfield. Hyde currently has rushed seven times for 141 yards. That's insane.
Ronald Blair III and Lynch combined to sack Petty on third down to force another Jets punt. It was San Francisco's fourth sack and New York's fifth punt of the first half.
The 49ers ran the ball out to end the first half. San Francisco leads 17-3 at halftime.
Hyde (147 rushing yards) needs 66 rushing yards to surpass Frank Gore's 212-yard mark in 2006 against the Seattle Seahawks as the franchise's best single-game rushing total.
McDonald (shoulder) is out for the remainder of the game. The 49ers punted on their opening drive of the second half.
Petty has the Jets moving after a couple of first downs, including a 9-yard strike to tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins down to San Francisco's 35-yard line. Buckner dropped Petty for a 9-yard loss, good for his second sack of the day and fifth by the 49ers.
Petty, however, was unfazed. He launched a deep ball to Robby Anderson, who came down with the 40-yard jump ball at San Francisco's 3-yard line. Following a false-start penalty on the Jets, safety Jaquiskit Tartt recorded the home team's sixth sack of the game and his first of the season. New York's drive ended with a 30-yard Folk field goal to cut into the 49ers lead.
The 49ers lead 17-6 with 6:28 left in the third quarter
New York swarmed Hyde's next two carries. On third down, Kaepernick's pass for Torrey Smith went incomplete. Making matters worse, Smith's head slammed down on the turf and he was knocked out and later carted off the field. Smith was ruled out with a concussion. The Jets did not respond. They, too, were forced to punt.
San Francisco will start its next drive at the 19-yard line. Hyde finished the first three quarters with 153 rushing yards. His single-game high is 168 yards (Week 1 of 2015 regular season).
Fourth QuarterHyde lost a fumble on the first play of the fourth quarter. Patton quickly pounced on the loose ball. Martin was also called for holding, adding insult to the error.
New York has crossed the 50-yard line. On 3rd-and-12, Petty completed a quick out to Brandon Marshall for a gain of 9, leaving the Jets to go for it on fourth down. Petty bought time in the pocket and completed a 10-yard pass to Charone Peak for a first down at San Francisco's 27-yard line.
Petty picked up another first down with his legs, rushing for four yards down to the 5-yard line. On 1st-and-goal, Powell scored from 5 yards out.
Oh, boy. Petty just found his way into the end zone to cash in a two-point conversion. This thing is far from over.
The 49ers lead 17-14 with 5:04 left in the game
San Francisco was forced to punt. Hyde did reach 168 yards on the day, tying his single-game record.
The Jets tied the game at 17 with a 50-yard Folk field goal.
The 49ers and Jets are now tied at 17 with :43 left in the game
San Francisco went three-and-out and Bradley Pinion's punt back to New York went for 40 yards. New York has enough time for a few deep shots from their own 32-yard line.
The Jets were unable to get the ball down the field, and we're going to overtime.
This is San Francisco's first overtime game of 2016. The 49ers will get the ball first.
Kaepernick began the drive with a 5-yard pass to Garrett Celek. Hyde added a 25-yard run to give him a career-high 193 yards on the day. But the Jets stuffed Hyde on a 4th-and-1 from New York's 37-yard line.
The next team to score wins.
Petty just scrambled to his left and somehow was able to locate Anderson down the field for a jump-ball completion. The 26-yard gain put the Jets in field goal range with 10:36 left in overtime.
With the ball at San Francisco's 25-yard line, New York drove down and won the game with a 19-yard Powell touchdown run.
Final score: Jets 23 - 49ers 17