--- TE Vernon Davis recorded career-highs in both receptions (10) and receiving yards (102). This also marks Davis' first career 100-yard game.
--- Davis' performance marks only the third time in franchise history that a tight end registered at least 10 receptions. TE Eric Johnson registered 13 receptions on October 10, 2004, vs. Arizona and 10 receptions on October 3, 2004, vs. St. Louis.
--- Davis became the 49er to register a 100-yard receiving game since WR Isaac Bruce on November 23, 2008, at Dallas, and the first 49ers tight end to notch 100 yards receiving since TE Eric Johnson recorded 162 yards receiving vs. Arizona (10/10/04).
--- Davis is the first 49er to notch 10 receptions in a game since RB Frank Gore had 11 receptions at Arizona (11/25/07).
--- Davis needs just 33 more receiving yards to set a new single-season career-high. His current career-high is 509 yards in 2007.
--- QB Alex Smith connected with Davis on a 40-yard reception to set up the team's first touchdown of the day. The 40-yard reception was the longest on the season for Davis and Smith.
--- P Andy Lee notched a career-high 53.3 net avg. on the day. He also registered the second-best gross average (56.7 avg.) of his career. The best single-game gross avg. (57.2) came at Pittsburgh (9/23/07).
--- Lee now ranks first in franchise history with a 44.78 gross avg.
--- QB Alex Smith set a career-high with 29 completions on the day. His previous career-high of 27 completions came vs. Philadelphia (9/24/06). It also marked the first time a 49ers quarterback notched at least 25 completions since December 14, 2008, at Miami (QB Shaun Hill – 31 completions).
--- RB Frank Gore's 3-yard touchdown run in the second quarter marked his 5th touchdown run of the season and the 27th of his career.
--- WR Jason Hill registered his first reception and first touchdown of the season on a 12-yard touchdown reception from QB Alex Smith late in the second quarter. Late in the fourth quarter, Smith found Hill in the end zone again for his second touchdown of the game. This marked Hill's first career two touchdown game.
--- LB Manny Lawson brought down Titans QB Vince Young for his 8th career sack. Lawson now ranks tied for second on the team with 2.5 sacks on the season (LB Patrick Willis, 2.5).
--- With 286 passing yards on the day, QB Alex Smith (5,369 career passing yards) surpassed QB Steve Spurrier (5,250 yards) and moved into 7th place in the 49ers all-time passing list.
--- The 49ers registered a season-high 25 first downs on the day. It is the most first downs by the team since December 7, 2008, vs. N.Y. Jets (25 first downs).
--- K Joe Nedney's 40-yard first goal on the 49ers first drive of the game marked the first time that the Niners scored on their opening drive since December 28, 2008, vs. Washington.
--- DT Justin Smith extended his consecutive start streak to 131 games, which leads all defensive linemen. Arizona DT Darnell Dockett is second at 73 games.
--- S Mark Roman extended his streak to 104 consecutive games played. He ranks 2nd in the NFL among safeties with 104 consecutive games played (Deon Grant, SEA – 136).
--- The 49ers had a 15-play, 71-yard drive that was capped off by a K Joe Nedney field goal that took 9:45 off the clock. It was the Niners longest-timed drive of the season.
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