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San Francisco 49ers (4-3)


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vs. KC
W 22-17
Box
@ StL
W 31-17
Box
@ Den
L 17-42
Box
vs. StL
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@ NO
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Kaepernick struggles, 49ers lose 42-17 to Broncos

DENVER (AP) Colin Kaepernick had a front-row seat for history.

Only, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback didn't exactly have much of a chance to appreciate the NFL record set by Peyton Manning, who broke Brett Favre's career mark for touchdown passes Sunday night during the Denver Broncos' 42-17 victory.

No, Kaepernick was way too busy trying to figure out how to spark a stagnant offense.

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Leaders
Pass Yds: C. Kaepernick1719
Pass TDs: C. Kaepernick11
Rush Yds: F. Gore423
Rush TDs: C. Hyde2
Rec Yds: A. Boldin447
Rec TDs: M. Crabtree3
Int: P. Cox3
Sacks: A. Brooks3.0
Offense (Rank)
Yards: 2502 (8)
Passing Yards: 1757 (13)
Rushing Yards: 876 (6)
Points per game: 22.6 (16)
Yards per game: 357.4 (14)
Touchdowns: 15 (19)
Field Goals: 13 (10)
NFC West Division
TeamWLTPct
Arizona 510.833
San Francisco 430.571
Seattle 330.500
St. Louis 240.333
Full Standings
Defense (Rank)
Yards: 2142 (7)
Passing Yards: 1618 (12)
Rushing Yards: 594 (6)
Points per game: 23.6 (20)
Yards per game: 306.0 (2)
Touchdowns: 18 (27)
Field Goals: 6 (2)
Transactions
Date Player Transactions
10/17 B. Ventrone signed
10/17 J. Johnson cut
10/14 B. Ventrone cut
10/14 J. Johnson signed
10/10 J. Johnson cut
10/10 K. Osgood signed
10/8 B. Ventrone signed
10/8 K. Osgood cut
10/7 A. Tiller practice squad addition
10/7 J. Fullington practice squad deletion
Injuries
Date Player Status
10/19 M. Iupati concussion (Out)
10/19 P. Willis toe (Out)
10/19 T. Brock toe (Questionable)
10/19 C. Culliver shoulder (Questionable)
10/19 A. Davis knee, ankle (Questionable)
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