Niners Look to Bounce Back Against Washington

Niners Look to Bounce Back Against Washington

Despite leading the San Francisco 49ers on Christmas Eve, the Baltimore Ravens remain atop the NFC heading into a Week 17 matchup with the Washington Commanders.

The Niners didn’t look like a team entering a high-profile matchup with the top team in the AFC on a six-game winning streak, as they played uncharacteristically poorly on both offense and defense in a 33-19 loss. While Christian McCaffrey played well for 131 yards and a touchdown, NFL MVP candidate Brock Purdy did not.

Coming into the game with just seven interceptions on the season, the second-year signal caller threw four for the Ravens defense, which scored in the fifth quarter after Purdy was replaced by Sam Darnold.

As for San Francisco’s defense, Steve Wilksand#039; unit gave up a season-high 33 points in the loss as Lamar Jackson boosted his MVP chances with 252 passing yards and two touchdowns while adding 45 of the Ravensand#039; 102 rushing yards. It will be much easier for the Niners to succeed in Week 17 against Washington. And with a Commander win and some help, they can lock up the #1 seed in the NFC.

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