The Giants looked lost in San Francisco as they gave the 49ers their first win of the season in a 31-21 loss. >> Box score
The 49ers entered the game totaling 309.4 yards per game in offense. However, the Giants defense would allow a net 477 yards as they couldn't contain the home team.
The first mishap came on Marquise Goodwin's 83-yard touchdown pass from C.J. Beathard to put the niners up 10-6. Eli Manning would answer with a nine-yard score to Evan Engram to regain the lead.
But with the clock winding down in the first half, Garrett Celek caught a pass on what looked to be just a first down. That is until shady tackling from Janoris Jenkins allowed Celek to find the endzone.
The second half saw an even worse Giants defense. Beathard rushed for an 11-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter while Matt Breida went virtually untouched on a 33-yard score as well.
Roger Lewis Jr. would tack on a 14-yard touchdown to add garbage points for the Giants late in the fourth. Olivier Vernon notched his first career interception in the loss.
The Giants return home to host the Chiefs on Sunday at 1 p.m.