By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
This was the first game that the 49ers were not allowed to play at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California due to regulations. San Francisco could potentially not play their final three games at their home venue due to the county’s coronavirus regulations.
The 49ers presently are scheduled to play two “home” games in Arizona. They will then play the Cardinals in Arizona, before ending their season against the Seattle Seahawks.
With the win, the Bills improved to 9-3 on the season. Buffalo has won two straight games.
The loss dropped the 49ers to a 5-7 record. San Francisco has dropped four of their last five games.
Buffalo leads the all-time series 8-6 now. The win by the Bills snapped a one-game losing streak in the series.
San Francisco won the last game in the series 45-16 on October 16, 2016.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen went 32 of 40 for 375 yards. He had four touchdown passes.
Devin Singletary had 18 carries for 61 yards. Cole Beasley had nine receptions for 130 yards and a touchdown.
49ers quarterback Nick Mullens went 26 of 39 for 316 yards. He had three touchdown passes and two interceptions.
Jeff Wilson Jr. had seven carries for 47 yards. Brandon Aiyuk had five receptions for 95 yards and a touchdown.
Beasley had the aforementioned touchdown reception for the Bills. Dawson Knox, Isaiah McKenzie, and Gabriel Davis also had touchdown receptions.
Buffalo kicker Tyler Bass also had two field goals.
Aiyuk also caught a touchdown for the 49ers. Kyle Juszczyk and Jordan Reed also caught touchdown receptions.
San Francisco kicker Robbie Gould also made a field goal.
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