Eagles fail to stage another comeback, losing to the 49ers.

The 49ers secured a victory on the road against the Eagles with six consecutive touchdown drives following the first quarter, resulting in a 42-19 win.  Head Coach Nick Sirianni remarked, "We didn't coach well enough. We didn't perform well enough. You can't afford to play or coach that way against a team of such caliber."

Wide receiver Deebo Samuel scored three touchdowns, and quarterback Brock Purdy delivered four passing scores as the visiting team dominated the game. "They played exceptionally well today," Sirianni remarked.

The Eagles (10-2) suffered their first home defeat this season. They're set to face the 9-3 Cowboys in Dallas next Sunday night. The Cowboys, trailing the Eagles by just one game, secured a win against the Seahawks on Thursday night.

Jake Elliott successfully kicked a 26-yard field goal. The drive was sparked by a 38-yard reception on third-and-9 by A.J. Brown and an 11-yard gain on third down by Kenneth Gainwell. Notably, this marks the Eagles' first failure to score a touchdown in the red zone since Week 8. The score stands at Eagles 3 - 49ers 0.

SACK! Haason Reddick successfully took down Brock Purdy on second-and-10! The 49ers couldn't convert on third-and-2 and were forced to punt.

Another successful kick by Elliott, this time from 39 yards out. A significant slip by Jalen Hurts in the backfield moved the offense back from the San Francisco 14-yard line to the 29-yard line. The score stands at Eagles 6 - 49ers 0.