Published: Mon, January 20, 2020
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Emmanuel Moseley's interception sets up Raheem Mostert's third 49ers TD

Emmanuel Moseley's interception sets up Raheem Mostert's third 49ers TD

Aaron Rodgers saw another attempt to get back to the Super Bowl fall short Sunday when the Green Bay Packers lost to the San Francisco 49ers, 37-20. The 49ers registered the most rushing yards in an National Football League playoff game since 1940 with 285 net rushing yards.

According to ESPN Stats & Information research, Mostert's run was the third rushing touchdown this season on third-and-8 or longer, with the first two belonging to the Miami Dolphins. The impact he's had on the National Football League during this rookie season is quite remarkable.

For most of the year, the Niners used a committee approach. You really had to be there. By the end of the year, all three players had at least 123 carries and at least 544 rushing yards.

Coleman, who hurt his elbow last week in a win over Minnesota but ran for 105 yards and two scores, had six rushes for 21 yards when he left.

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Mostert hit 21.87 miles per hour on his run, making it the fastest rush by any National Football League player in the past four postseasons. In so doing, he became only the fifth player in National Football League history to run for 160 or more yards and three touchdowns on the ground in a playoff game. and he still had a full half to go. He became the only player in National Football League history with 150-plus rushing yards and three-plus rushing touchdowns in a single half of a playoff game. Mostert scored San Francisco's first touchdown on third 36-yard scamper, hitting the jets to blow past any and all would-be tacklers.

Mostert's second TD put the Niners up 17-0.

And he wasn't almost done.

Raheem Mostert got caught up in a numbers game when he was a member of the Eagles, Dolphins, Ravens, Browns, Jets, and Bears and never got a chance to even carry the ball in the National Football League until he landed on his seventh team, the San Francisco 49ers. Mostert's four rushing touchdowns in a playoff game are the most since LeGarrette Blount did so for the New England Patriots in the 2013 Divisional Round against the Indianapolis Colts.

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