Gallery: 49ers finish strong in Harbaugh sendoff
49ers finish strong in Harbaugh sendoff
The San Francisco 49ers (8-8) took down the Cardinals (11-5) 20-17 at Levi's Stadium.
Cardinals get on the board first
Cardinals wide receiver Michael Floyd catches a touchdown pass during the first quarter against 49ers cornerback Dontae Johnson to give Arizona a 7-0 lead.
Boldin evens game up
Colin Kaepernick found Anquan Boldin over the middle for a 76-yard touchdown pass to even the score at 7 with 9:24 to go in the first quarter. With that reception, Boldin went over the 1,000 mark in receiving yards on the year and reached the 1,000-yard milestone for the second time in two seasons.
Dawson kicks 49ers ahead
Phil Dawson kicked two field goals from 53 yards and 37 yards on consecutive drives to give the 49ers a 13-7 lead over the Cardinals.
Cardinals respond with field goal
After the 49ers made consecutive field goals, the Cardinals responded with a field goal of their own. Chandler Catanzaro kicked a 36-yard field goal with less than two minutes to go in the second quarter to make the score 13-10.
Floyd scores second touchdown of day
Late in the second quarter, Ryan Lindley found Michael Floyd again for a touchdown. The 41-yard touchdown catch was Floyd's second of the half and gave the Cardinals a 17-13 lead heading into halftime.
Bruce Miller gives 49ers the lead
A 10-play, 82-yard drive was capped off with a three-yard reception touchdown from Bruce Miller. Miller's score gave the 49ers a 20-17 lead.
49ers end season with a win
Sunday marked the final game under Jim Harbaugh as coach of the San Francisco 49ers. He finished with a 49-22-1 record in four seasons.