49ers defeat formerly undefeated Eagles
Eagles-49ers in Week 4
The San Francisco 49ers (2-2) hosted the Philadelphia Eagles (3-1) at Levi's Stadium in Week 4. It was a struggle, but the 49ers put forth a spirited effort and pulled out a win. See how it went down...
Eagles draw first blood
The Eagles celebrate the first points scored in the game, after a defender got by 49ers protector Dan Skuta to block an Andy Lee punt, which was recovered for a touchdown.
Gore finds the end zone
49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick finds running back Frank Gore all alone across the field, lobs a pass and No. 21 is able to shed a tackler and take it the distance for a San Francisco touchdown.
Colin Kaepernick fired a ball to Brandon Lloyd on a slant, and the 49ers quarterback did not see the coverage, as it was picked by Eagles defensive back Malcom Jenkins and returned for a touchdown.
Anthony Davis goes down
49ers right tackle Anthony Davis was tangled awkwardly underneath a pile and had to leave to go to the locker room.
Sproles makes a house call
Eagles tailback and return specialist Darren Sproles takes a punt the distance in the second quarter, increasing Philadelphia's lead.
49ers defensive tackle Justin Smith recovers a fumble by Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper during the second quarter.
Stevie Johnson scores
The 49ers fight back, as Colin Kaepernick fires a rocket high and away to Stevie Johnson who makes a toe-tapping catching near the pylon for a touchdown.
49ers wideout Stevie Johnson gets fired up after providing San Francisco with a much-needed touchdown.