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Two tired teams headed into Candlestick Park Sunday night, but one team ended up having a great time. The San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals faced off in their regular season finale to see who would occupy last place of the anemic NFC West. Both teams have had a dismal season and no shot at the playoffs. That being said, it was only pride and positive finishes on the line. After regulation time, fill-in coach Jim Tomsula’s encouragement to simply have fun with it boosted the 49ers to completely crush the Cardinals. San Francisco ended their season with a satisfying and well-deserved 38-y victory. NFL scores.

After a hard and discouraging season, the team brought is all to a close with a less that impressive 6-10 record. To make matters worse, coach Mike Singletary was fired after losing the game that eliminated S.F. from the playoffs last week. With low moral and little direction, Tomsula’s light-hearted attitude is what the 49ers needed to shine through in their last game. Alex Smith went 15 of 29 for 276 yards [his most ever in a win], two touchdowns and a 59-yard TD pass to Vernon Davis. The 2005 No.1 overall draft pick is rumored to become a free agent now that the season is over. Brian Westbrook rushed for 79 yards on 13 attempts to become the only active, and fourth all-time, player to net 40 rushing and 30 receiving TDs. NFL spreads.

Not too bad when you consider that he has only filled in for Franks Gore since Week 12. However, what was most impressive from San Francisco was the three touchdowns they made in a span of 6:11 in the third quarter. The defense also came through with two interceptions and season-high six sacks. In an effort in which they stuck together made for a positive end to their season. NFL lines.

The Cardinals finished the season much of the same way they executed it. The offense was barely present, and although defense had a decent first half, a careless INT in the third dissolved the little momentum they had. After an embarrassing seven points, Arizona welcomed the end of the season. For the best online betting information, look no further that

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