Found November 21, 2011 on 49ers Locker:
The San Francisco 49ers were ballhogs offensively and the defense was electric once again.  Alex Smith had another solid game as he completed 20 of 38 passes for 267 yards with 2 TD passes and 1 INT.  He also carried the ball 7 times for 17 yards (2.4 ypc) in this game.  Frank Gore led the way on the ground for the Niners in this game with 88 yards rushing on 24 carries (3.7 ypc).  Anthony Dixon (7 carries, 32 yards, 4.6 ypc) and Kendall Hunter (11 carries, 27 yards, 2.5 ypc) also pitched in for the Niners in the running game.  WR Michael Crabtree (7 rec, 120 yards), TE Vernon Davis (5 rec, 67 yards, TD) and WR Kyle Williams (5 rec, 54 yards, TD) led the way for the Niners in the passing game.  The 49ers finished up with 164 yards on 49 carries (3.3 ypc) and they also completed 20 of 38 passes (52.6%) for 267 yards as they had possession of the ball for 44:16. The defense was outstanding once again for the Niners yesterday.  Patrick Willis led the way for the Niners as usual with 7 ...

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