49ers' Harris forces Jackson's first lost fumble of season

Monday, 02 Dec, 2019

In eleven games, the Rams scored only one point more than Arizona - 249-248.

This will be the seventh overall meeting between the 49ers and Ravens, with San Francisco making just its third trip to Baltimore.

Today's key showdown with the Ravens will kick off on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. ET, in Baltimore, MD.

On the ensuing drive, the 49ers got the Ravens to fourth down yet again, but Jackson converted this time, on a three-yard quarterback sneak. He twice has posted a flawless passer rating (158.3) and now leads the league with 30 touchdowns (24 passing and six rushing). San Francisco doesn't have any superstars on offense but have a balanced attack that will keep Baltimore on its toes. A whopping 15 plays later, the 49ers tied the game at 17 points, on a 32-yard Robbie Gould field goal.

The 49ers are proudly embracing the underdog label while their sights remain firmly set on the Super Bowl. Fullback Kyle Juszczyk blocked well for the first time since returning from a knee injury.

At 5/1, the 49ers are the bookmakers' third favorite, marginally ahead of the 11/2 New Orleans Saints, who became the first team to book a playoff spot this season with a 26-18 road win over the Atlanta Falcons on Thanksgiving Day.

Yahoo Sports NFL senior writers Terez Paylor, Kimberley A. Martin and Charles Robinson select games this week that will leave us buzzing heading into Monday. He only had 105 yards through the air. Richard Sherman played with tremendous courage and toughness, and made seven critical tackles. With Mark Ingram lining up in the backfield, the MVP candidate has propelled the Ravens' top-ranked offense to a league-best 210.5 rush yards per game.

With a fantastic effort, 49ers safety Marcell Harris chased down Jackson, and stripped the ball right out of his hands and into his own possession.

In response, San Francisco raced down the field with a speedy five-play, 75-yard drive.

It was a much closer game this time for the Ravens, but they proved this time that they can win in the clutch.

- Penalties definitely hurt the 49ers, especially the roughing the passer calls (one of which was a ridiculous call). Finally, Shanahan wasted his three second-half timeouts and couldn't stop the clock after 2:23 in the fourth quarter when the Ravens were driving for the game-winning field goal.

The game of the week could very well be a Super Bowl preview, not to mention a Super Bowl XLVII rematch of sorts.