The San Francisco 49ers and Philadelphia Eagles have a long history, going back to 1976.
PHILADELPHIA -- The San Francisco 49ers are looking for their first win of the season on the road in Week 8 against the Philadelphia Eagles. I'd bet it's going to be a wet one at Lincoln Financial Field as there is a 100 percent chance of rain throughout the entire contest.
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There are some big names on the 49ers inactives list. Reuben Foster will not play on Sunday. He was listed as questionable with an ankle/rib injury. Brock Coyle will get the start. Trent Brown is also out which means that Garry Gilliam will get his first start as a member of the 49ers.
Here's the full list: Foster, Brown, Pita Taumoepenu, K'Waun Williams, Victor Bolden Jr., Aaron Lynch and Dexter McCoil.
And for the Eagles: Shelton Gibson, Ronald Darby, Steven Means, Jordan Hicks, Justin Hamilton, Elijah Qualls and Taylor Hart.
Check out pregame photos from the Week 8 matchup between San Francisco and Philadelphia.
FIRST QUARTER ("--" denotes a new possession)
The 49ers offense got the ball to open the game. San Francisco went no-huddle on its first drive. C.J. Beathard hit Garrett Celek for a 24-yard gain up the right seam to midfield. Pierre Garçon couldn't corral the ensuing third-down pass which brought out the 49ers punt team. Beathard threw it slightly behind Hyde, but it was still a catchable ball.
There are plenty of lineup notes for the 49ers defense. Ahkello Witherspoon got his first-career start in place of Rashard Robinson. Eric Reid started at WILL linebacker in place of Ray-Ray Armstrong. Leon Hall started at nickel corner with Williams inactive.
Carson Wentz found Nelson Agholor for a 17-yard gain to midfield. San Francisco's defense held from there and forced a punt. The ball bounced into the end zone for a touchback.
San Francisco went three-and-out. A negative run on first down got the 49ers behind the sticks. Beathard's third-down pass to Matt Breida was well short of the line to gain.
Dontae Johnson broke up Wentz' pass on first down intended for Alshon Jeffrey. A six-yard keeper by Wentz and a 12-yard completion to Ertz moved the chains. The Eagles went no-huddle as an offsides penalty moved the ball across the 50 to San Francico's 45 yard-line. LeGarrette Blount followed with two short carries to set up 3rd-and-5. Wentz found Trey Burton over the middle for 15 yards and another Eagles first down.
Jimmie Ward was shaken up briefly before walking off the field under his own power. He returned to the 49ers locker room for further evaluation. It was announced that Ward is questionable to return with a forearm injury.
Solomon Thomas planted Wentz on third down as the quarterback's pass sailed over Jeffrey's head.
Jake Elliott made a 40-yard field goal to put the Eagles up 3-0. (2:36)
The 49ers went three-and-out again. Hyde found some running room and gained eight yards but then dropped Beathard's third-down pass. That was the second time Beathard and Hyde have failed to connect on third down. Both passes were catchable, but thrown a bit behind Hyde.
Earl Mitchell sacked Wentz on second down and the quarterback's third-down pass sailed incomplete as the first quarter came to a close. The 49ers sent extra pressure to get another hit on Wentz.
The ensuing punt wasn't a good one as San Francisco set up with great field position at the Eagles 44-yard line.
Hyde lost two yards on first down but then caught short pass and took it for a 7-yard gain on second down. A third-down run went nowhere as the 49ers punted it away once again. San Francisco is 0-for-4 on third down. Garry Gilliam went down briefly but walked off under his own power.
Bradley Pinion's punt was downed at the 2-yard line.
It was announced that Ward will not return with a forearm injury. San Francisco's defense continued to play well. The 49ers stuffed LeGarrette Blount on third-and-short to force another Eagles punt.
A block in the back penalty against Rashard Robinson cost the 49ers great field position. They set up from their own 36-yard line. Gilliam is out with a knee injury.
Zane Beadles stepped in at right guard in place of Gilliam. Kyle Juszczyk opened the drive with an emphatic 14-yard run where he ran over a defender to pick up a few extra yards. Beathard's ensuing pass was thrown behind Aldrick Robinson and intercepted by Rodney McLeod.
Philadelphia took over at their own 46-yard line. Leger Douzable sacked Wentz on first down as the 49ers forced another three-and-out. Trent Taylor fair caught the punt at the 49ers 13-yard line.
Hyde gained 12 yards on a run up the middle. Fletcher Cox ended the drive with a sack on the ensuing third down. The 49ers have just 70 total yards. Pinion's punt went just 35 yards to the Eagles 44-yard line.
A 24-yard pass to Mack Hollins got Philadelphia into San Francisco territory. Leger Douzable's second sack of the day moved the Eagles back seven yards. A pass interference penalty in the end zone against Dontae Johnson put the ball at the 1-yard line. Wentz was looking deep down the left seam for Torrey Smith.
Wentz found Ertz for a 1-yard touchdown to make it 9-0, Eagles. (1:51)
Elliott missed the PAT.
Jalen Mills intercepted Beathard and returned it 37 yards for a touchdown. Wentz completed a pass to Jeffrey for the two-point conversion to make it 17-0. (1:24)
Joe Staley went down following a block on the return. He sustained a gash under his left eye and went into the locker room.
Erik Magnuson entered at right tackle, marking his NFL debut. Beadles moved to left tackle. The 49ers now have no healthy offensive linemen remaining on the bench. Beathard's hail mary pass fell incomplete as the second quarter came to a close.
The 49ers forced a three-and-out to open the third quarter. Eric Reid got a quarterback hit on third down. Thomas went down before walking off the field slowly. The hits keep coming for the 49ers.
San Francisco went three-and-out on its first possession as well.
Brock Coyle got a QB hit as the 49ers forced another three-and-out. Philadelphia downed the ensuing punt at the 49ers 3-yard line.
San Francisco went three-and-out with Beathard facing heavy pressure on all three plays. The 49ers avoided a safety and punted it back to the Eagles.
Wentz found Ertz for a 14-yard gain to set up a field-goal try.
Elliott made the 51-yarder to make it 20-0, Eagles. (8:01)
San Francisco couldn't get anything going on its drive and punted it away.
It was announced that Solomon Thomas is out with a knee injury. Blount went backwards for a 4-yard loss on first down. On 3rd-and-14, Witherspoon intercepted Wentz and returend the ball to Philadelphia's 21-yard line. That was Witherspoon's first-career interception.
Two plays later, Matt Breida scored his first-career touchdown on a shovel pass from Beathard from 21 yards out to make it 20-7. (4:29)
That was a well-designed play by Kyle Shanahan to get Breida into open space.
The Eagles wasted no time and responded with a three-play, 75-yard scoring drive that lasted just 52 seconds.
Jeffery hauled in a deep ball down the right sideline for a 53-yard touchdown catch to put Philadelphia up 27-7. (3:37)
Jeffery beat Witherspoon on the play. The rookie had tight coverage, but Jeffery just went over the top of him to make the catch.
Beathard began to find a rhythm. A 13-yard pass to Trent Taylor was followed by a 22-yard completion to George Kittle. The rookie tight end made an impressive catch in tight coverage to the Eagles 20-yard line.
A 10-yard pass to Cole Hikutini opened the fourth quarter. The drive stalled from there as three-straight passes fell incomplete.
Robbie Gould's 27-yard field goal attempt was blocked. Philadelphia recovered at their own 38-yard line.
Philadelphia promptly drove back down the field and scored another touchdown. A 14-yard pass to Brent Celek, a 15-yard personal foul against the 49ers and an 11-yard run by Blount set up the score.
Blounth ran it in from 12 yards out to make it 33-7. (10:22)
Elliott missed another PAT following the touchdown.
A few completions to Trent Taylor and a personal foul against the Eagles got the 49ers into scoring range. A sack by Vinnie Curry pushed San Francisco back nine yards, and the drive stopped there.
Robbie Gould made a 50-yard field goal to make it 33-10. (5:20)
Nick Foles replaced Wentz. The Eagles bled the clock and won the game, 33-10. The 49ers drop to 0-8.