49ers 20, Jaguars 3
49ERS ...20 JAGUARS ...3 San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith threw short touchdown passes to Frank Gore and Vernon Davis in the kind of mistake-free day Coach Mike Singletary has sought for weeks. Smith threw for 232 yards with no interceptions and no sacks in his best game since taking over as starter in late October. Joe Nedney kicked field goals of 46 and 27 yards for San Francisco, which snapped the Jaguars' three-game winning streak and spoiled the Bay Area homecoming of Jacksonville coach Jack Del Rio and running back Maurice Jones-Drew. Jones-Drew, a prep star at powerhouse De La Salle High School on the other side of San Francisco Bay, ran for 75 yards to become a 1,000-yard rusher for the first time in his career. Jacksonville0300-3San Francisco31430-20 First Quarter SF-FG Nedney 46, 10:03.Second Quarter SF-V.Davis 3 pass from A.Smith (Nedney kick), 8:58. SF-Gore 4 pass from A.Smith (Nedney kick), :52. Jac-FG Scobee 32, :00. Third Quarter SF-FG Nedney 27, 7:29. A-69,732. JacSFFirst downs1815Total Net Yards357284Rushes-yards19-9620-52Passing261232Punt Returns3-633-19Kickoff Returns5-780-0Interceptions Ret.0-00-0Comp-Att-Int25-36-027-41-0Sacked-Yards Lost6-460-0Punts4-43.35-50.2Fumbles-Lost2-20-0Penalties-Yards6-601-5Time of Possession29:2030:40 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Jacksonville, Jones-Drew 15-75, Jennings 2-11, Garrard 2-10. San Francisco, Gore 16-33, Walker 1-11, A.Smith 3-8. PASSING-Jacksonville, Garrard 25-36-0-307. San Francisco, A.Smith 27-41-0-232. RECEIVING-Jacksonville, Jones-Drew 5-35, M.Thomas 4-62, Holt 4-50, Sims-Walker 4-46, Lewis 3-40, Wilford 2-39, Jennings 2-25, Miller 1-10. San Francisco, Gore 7-14, V.Davis 6-69, Morgan 6-43, Crabtree 4-54, Walker 4-52. MISSED FIELD GOALS-Jacksonville, Scobee 40 (WL), 21 (WL).