The San Francisco 49ers grabbed their second-straight victory in the 26-16 win over the Houston Texans. This is the first time the 49ers have won two consecutive games since Nov. of 2014. The 49ers have now won three of their last four contests.
Take a look at some of the top plays from the Week 14 victory.Marquise Goodwin's 32-yard catch-and-run
In the second quarter on 1st-and-10, Garoppolo threw a dart to Goodwin on a deep-crossing route. Goodwin avoided traffic for a 32-yard catch-and-run that led to a 49ers field goal.
Kyle Juszczyk's 31-yard reception
Kyle Juszczyk proved why he is the 49ers "offensive weapon." Following his own 29-yard reception, Juszczyk followed with a 31-yard catch-and-run that set up the 49ers first touchdown of the game. Jusczcyk finished the contest with a career-high 64 yards on three receptions.
Pierre Garçon's 2-yard touchdown
After Juszczyk's 31-yard catch, Carlos Hyde bounced off of defenders to the outside for San Francisco's first touchdown of the game. Hyde's score marked his fifth touchdown of the season.
Garrett Celek finds the open field
On 3rd-and-6 in the third quarter, Garoppolo found a wide-open Garrett Celek up the middle for a 61-yard gain, the longest play of the game and the longest reception of his career. Celek shook off multiple defenders before being brought down at the Texans 20-yard line. Kyle Shanahan said postgame that the play was designed to be a first down, and Celek got much more than that.
Celek's 6-yard touchdown
Five plays after Celek's long catch, Garoppolo found the tight end for a 6-yard touchdown. Celek's score marked his third touchdown of the season and Garoppolo's first passing TD since being named the 49ers starter.