That one looked like it hurt.
Jimmy Garoppolo was sacked early in Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium against the New York Jets, and the 49ers quarterback appeared to tweak his ankle after being taken down from behind.
No flag was thrown despite what seemed to be some questionable contact late from a Jets defender.
The 49ers' first touchdown of the day didn't require much movement from Garoppolo, as a pitch to running back Raheem Mostert went for an 80-yard score.
The medical staff appeared to be applying athletic tape to Jimmy G's ankle following the drive, as NBC Sports Bay Area's Matt Maiocco reported.
Garoppolo was limping throughout the rest of the first half, and was replaced by Nick Mullens when the second half began. Garoppolo threw for 131 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions before leaving the game.
The 49ers led the Jets 21-3 at the half.