Kittle blew by the Broncos defense on an 85-yard touchdown.
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Kittle capped his historic season with a record-breaking 43-yard touchdown catch.
Bourne hauled in the pass from Nick Mullens despite tight coverage for a 2-yard touchdown.
Kittle caught his 83rd pass of the season, a new single-season franchise record for receptions by a 49ers tight end.
Morris found pay dirt in the third quarter for his second touchdown of the season.
Mullens delivered a dart to James for a 9-yard touchdown against the Rams.
Morris weaved his way into Rams territory on a 51-yard run to set up a Robbie Gould field goal in the first quarter.
Moore knocked ball out of Allen Robinson's hands, and Greg Mabin recovered it for the defense's second takeaway of the game.
Mullens evaded the pass rush and hit George Kittle in stride for a 35-yard gain.
Mullens found Taylor deep down the left sideline to help set up a Robbie Gould field goal before halftime.
Buckner took advantage of Trubisky's miscue and jumped on the loss ball for a much-needed takeaway.
Gould drilled his fourth field goal of the game in the 49ers the Week 15 victory against the Seattle Seahawks in overtime.
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Pettis hauled in a perfect pass from Mullens to begin a drive that lead to Robbie Gould's go-ahead field goal.
Bourne made a big leaping catch for 12 yards to pick up a first down, a play that led to Celek's long touchdown.
The Seattle defense lost "Celek Time" in coverage, leading to a long 49ers touchdown.
James recorded the 49ers first special teams touchdown since 2011 with this 97-yard kick return.
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Harris corralled Lindsay for a huge fourth-down stop late in the fourth quarter.
Nick Mullens found an open Dante Pettis on 3rd-and-7 for 31 yards to seal the game.
Pettis ran a perfect fade route to break away from the defender and haul in a touchdown pass from Nick Mullens.
Staley got a kick out of his third career reception. He lost five yards, but that's beside the point.
Nick Mullens hit Kittle in stride and the tight end picked up 52 yards to set a new 49ers franchise record for single-season receiving yards by a tight end.