The San Francisco 49ers completely dominated the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 11, winning by a score of 30-10. This was an embarrassing loss at home for the Jags in a stadium flush with 49ers fans.
This game seemed out of reach early. San Francisco burned 13 minutes of clock on the opening possession in a 20-play, 87-yard drive that ended in a 20-yard field goal by Robbie Gould. The Jags, meanwhile, made it halfway through the second quarter with only four plays on offense. It was 17-0 before the Jaguars got their first points of the day, a 30-yard field goal by Matthew Wright. It was 30-3 before the Jags would get their second bit of offense, a one-yard touchdown rush by James Robinson.
The Jaguars had a fruitless day other than their two scoring drives, punting the ball four times and fumbling it once. Meanwhile, the 49ers maintained possession much of the game, eating up the clock and scoring at will. They were on offense for nearly 40 minutes compared to 21 for the Jaguars.
Trevor Lawrence was 16 of 25 passing for 158 yards with no touchdowns and no turnovers, adding 23 yards on three carries. He was sacked three times.
James Robinson was the leading rusher for Jacksonville with 29 yards and one touchdown on 12 carries. Two receivers had days north of 50 yards. Marvin Jones Jr. caught the ball four times for 52 yards, while Laviska Shenault Jr. had five catches for 50 yards.
San Francisco had a much more productive day. Jimmy Garoppolo went 16 for 22 passing, hitting 176 yards and two touchdowns. The backfield was operated by committee. Deebo Samuel was the leading rusher with 79 yards and one touchdown on eight carries. Jeff Wilson Jr. led the backfield in touches, posting 50 yards on 19 carries. The rookie, Trey Sermon, added 10 carries for 32 yards.
The 49ers were carried by two pass catchers. Brandon Aiyuk had a banner day with seven catches for 85 yards and one score. George Kittle had four catches for 34 yards. Robbie Gould went 3/3 on field goals and 3/3 on extra points while Matthew Wright went 1/1 on each.
The Jaguars fall to 2-8 on the season but next week they get a chance to bounce back against a reeling 4-6 Falcons team. The Falcons will be playing with extra rest since they played the Thursday night game in week 11, but if they are without Cordarrelle Patterson then I expect the Jaguars to have a good chance at taking them down in week 12.