WATCH: George Kittle runs off with an entire turkey following 49ers’ win over the Seahawks on Thanksgiving

The San Francisco 49ers won their third consecutive game yesterday.


WATCH: George Kittle runs off with an entire turkey following 49ers’ win over the Seahawks on Thanksgiving

George Kittle (Via Open Source/X)

The NFL world is in full swing with the Thanksgiving celebrations this time as well. After the Thursday Night Football, people witnessed players celebrating with turkey meat. After the crucial victory against the Seattle Seahawks, the San Francisco 49ers players in their own matchup also celebrated with roasted turkeys.

Amidst this short video depicted George Kittle, the tight end for the 49ers, running to the fans with a plate of a whole turkey. He threw the turkey pieces among the fans. It was a peak Thanksgiving celebration that garnered excitement among fans. They flocked in numbers on social media and reacted positively to the video.

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The bye week is proving to be helpful for the 49ers as they have got back to their old form. After a fierce start with five consecutive wins in a row, the 49ers lost the momentum by losing three games. They had a much-needed bye and came back stronger to the competition. Since their return to the field, the 49ers have won three back-to-back games.

The win against the 49ers saw a bit silent version of Brock Purdy. He remained comparatively quiet with two touchdowns and an interception for 209 yards. However, it was a show by Christian McCaffrey.

The RB had 19 carries for 114 yards and two touchdowns. And for the ‘turkey plate’ carrying TE, he ended the night with three carries for 19 yards.

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The 49ers defense shined alongside the offense

The San Francisco 49ers started as one of the best offensive teams in the league this season. However, slowly they are accelerating with fine defensive performances. The team restricted the Seahawks to only 13 points.

It was Nick Bosa and Dre Greenlaw who stopped the Seahawks’ offense from gaining much. He kept Geno Smith quiet throughout the time.

Nick Bosa (Via SI)

Bosa led two sacks and three solo tackles against the Seahawks. Overall, in ten games he has led 8.0 sacks and 33 combined tackles so far this season. The defense continuously performed well under his leadership and restricted multiple opponents to less than 20 points.

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