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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The final 26-21 score will not indicate the dominant performance of the San Francisco 49ers defense in stifling Nick Foles and a Philadelphia Eagles offensive line that has been devastated by injuries.

San Francisco didn't allow a point to an Eagles' offense that had been averaging nearly 34 per game by constantly harassing Foles and forcing turnovers, including an interception and forced fumble by safety Antoine Bethea in the second half.

BOX SCORE: 49ers 26, Eagles 21

The defense then sealed the win Magista Obra with a goal-line stand to end the Eagles' only substantial drive of the game. After a first-and-goal from the 6-yard line, Hypervenom Phantom FG Foles threw three incomplete passes, including one pass that was dropped by receiver Riley Cooper in the end zone.

It was exactly the type of defense the 49ers had been lacking in second-half meltdowns against the Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals in womens soccer cleats the past two weeks. This week, the 49ers played clean — no personal fouls, few penalties — and with a ferocious pass rush, the perfect game plan for an ailing Eagles' offense.

This was only a game at all because of Philadelphia's defense and special teams, who scored all of the Eagles' points in the first half, with touchdowns on a blocked punt recovered in the 49ers' end zone, an 82-yard punt return by Darren Sproles and an interception returned for a touchdown by safety Malcolm Jenkins.

Foles completed only 21-of-43 passes for 195 yards, and clearly missed center Mercurial Vapor X AG Jason Kelce, who is expected to miss about two months after undergoing surgery to repair a sports hernia. Guard Evan Mathis is also out with a knee injury, while tackle Lane Johnson served the final week of his four-game suspension.


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