49ers hit no road blocks on first drive to take 7-0 lead

NFC Wild Card Playoffs - San Francisco 49ers v Dallas Cowboys
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The 49ers had no problem with the Dallas defense on their first drive. They needed only seven plays and 4:06 to go 75 yards for an opening touchdown.

San Francisco faced no third downs.

Elijah Mitchell ran for a 4-yard touchdown to cap the drive, and Robbie Gould‘s PAT handed the 49ers an early 7-0 lead.

Jimmy Garoppolo went 3-for-3 for 43 yards.

All-Pro receiver Deebo Samuel had one catch for 15 yards and two runs for 10 yards.

Travis Benjamin caught a 17-yard pass.

The 49ers easy trip down the field has quieted the crowd at AT&T Stadium.

7 responses to “49ers hit no road blocks on first drive to take 7-0 lead

  1. Never thought I’d see a Dallas playoff home game look so red…. Dallas season ticket holder clearly took the money and sold out.

  2. Belicek drafted N’Keal Harry over Deebo Samuels and A.J. Brown (despite objections from his scouts) and traded away the pick Seattle used on DK Metcalf at pick 64.

  3. I’m lickin’ my chops hoping the Niners come to Lambeau. I’ll show ’em what the MVO, the best QB in the league, looks like when we DECIMATE them.

  4. Aside from Tampa, the Niners are probably the worst NFC matchup for the Packers. Come on, Cowboys!

  5. Think Quinn was focusing on HC interviews, cause he clearly didn’t have the defense ready

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