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2020 Long Island EFL Week#4 Philadelphia Eagles (2-1) vs San Francisco 49ers (0-3)

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Levi's Stadium

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Levi's Stadium is an American football stadium located in Santa Clara, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area. It has served as the home venue for the National Football League's San Francisco 49ers since 2014. The stadium is located approximately 40 miles south of San Francisco and is named for Levi Strauss & Co., which purchased naming rights in 2013.

THE COUNTDOWN:  In a perfect world many members of this Long Island Electric football league saw the San Francisco 49ers as a possible champion last year, and when that didn't happen, everybody wondered why. They had the best running back in the league in Ricky Watters. Watters set the seven-game season record in the LIEFL,with 925 rushing yards and a phenomenal 18 touchdowns! He was a beast! That's not all.  49ers Coach Eddie Viggs said, "Not sure why we are playing this way, but the competition has been outstanding. I can't win them all with every team. It's time to get back to the basics." San Francisco had one of the best pound per pound kick returners in the game in Jerry Rice, but the 49ers somehow came up short and collapsed in the playoffs losing to defending division rival and Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams!

The Eagles are not going to have any Mercy for the 49ers. They have come such a long way and are trying to win a championship. Philadelphia's superstar Harold Carmichael had an off week last week because Coach Matt Zoo-York McQueen decided it was time to give Keith Byars some ball! This week you can more of that from McQueen's Eagles on the road. They are going to need Byars power-play heading down the home stretch for the Eagles. Philadelphia is treating this like a playoff game. They are really amped-up!
THE PLAY-BY-PLAY: Philadelphia Eagles (2-1) vs San Francisco 49ers (0-3)
On the opening kickoff San Francisco's Jerry Rice got turned at midfield and tackled by defensive tackle Jason Peters, who made the tackle for Philadelphia at the 40-yard line, as the 49ers take over at their own 40-yard line. On first down, Ricky Watters was stuffed by the Eagles defensive line for a 10-yard loss. On the league "All-Pro Watch-List" is Jerry Sisemore who brought Watters down for a five-yard loss! The 49ers ran for five yards in three plays until quarterback Joe Montana was forced to pass. Montana hit Ricky Watters for a 53-yard play with Watters bringing the ball to the Philadelphia 6-yard line for a first down, with 7:45 left to go in the half! What a play!
One play later, Watters scored on a nice touchdown dash for San Francisco from 6-yards out battling his way into the end zone with 4:23 left to go, 7-0 with San Francisco beating Philadelphia!  
The player everyone has been excited to watch is Harold Carmichael who had a record-setting eleven, 100-yard kick-returns for touchdowns as the #1 kick-return man in the Long Island Electric Football League in 2019. On the kick return Carmichael ran 52-yards right to the center of the field as he was tackled by San Francisco tight-end Dwight Clark at the 49ers 48-yard line. On first down Eagles running back Keith Byars was stopped at the line of scrimmage on a hard hit by linebacker 49ers linebacker, Ken Norton. And, just like that, in two running plays Byars explodes for a 48-yard touchdown run into the end-zone to tie the game with the half coming to a close, 7-7, on a beautiful run by Byars! With Byars hot and Carmichael as their security blanket,
the Eagles are a very dangerous team lurking in the league!
On the ensuing kick-return, Jerry Rice was hit hard by Eagles lineman Hugh Douglas as the All-Pro brings Rice down at the 40-yard line! San Francisco looked downfield 60-yards away from scoring a touchdown with 14:17 left to go in the game as we watch the San Francisco 49ers try to win their first game of the season. On first down Ricky Watters is slammed, when out of nowhere Jason Peters again makes the stop for Philadelphia, bouncing back the 49ers for a 5-yard loss at their own 35-yard line with second down coming up!
It didn't take long for the league to figure Ricky Watters. He spent the season last year terrorizing LIEFL defenses, but this year the adjustments have been made to stop the 49ers in one of their toughest seasons ever! And just as we said that, Ricky Watters broke free through a hole for a 40-yard gain, and a first down for San Francisco at the Philadelphia 20-yard line with 11:22 precious minutes left to go in the game! Outstanding play by the 49ers front line! The very next play was just as beautiful for the 49ers as Watters ran in his second touchdown of the game from 20-yards away, making the score 14-7, 49ers!  There was 9:44 left to go in the game and for a minute, the 49ers look like a flashback from 2019, finishing as the #1 offense in the LIEFL!
On the ensuing kick return, Philadelphia's Harold Carmichael ran through a huge hole but Fred Dean closed it off for the 49ers as Carmichael returned the ball 45-yards! It seems defensive opponents have worked very hard to figure out the best kick returner in the game! On first down, after a nine yard pickup for the Eagles, 49ers Dwight Clark made a great stop on Keith Byers at the 44-yard line, just one yard short of a first down, forcing the third down play for Philadelphia! And on fourth down Keith Byers caught a 24-yard pass for a first down bringing the ball to the San Francisco 22-yard line with 1:35 remaining in the game! This one has become a nail-biter as time was ticking down on the Eagles. 
On the last play of the game with 4 seconds left, Keith Byars caught a beautiful pass from Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz for a 22-yard touchdown to tie the game and send the game into overtime! And in a drastic turn of events, Philadelphia won the overtime coin toss on the road with their back against the wall in San Francisco! The Eagles came up huge with the ball and Mr. Reliable, Harold Carmichael returned the ball 43-yards, tackled by Ricky Watters!
These Eagles played like champions! This is without question, the best Philadelphia Eagles team they have ever put on the field! On the Eagles first run in overtime, Keith Byars picked up a 17-yard run and a first down to the 49ers 35-yard line. The Eagles just keep moving forward tiring out the 49ers defensive unit with a relentless pursuit for the game winning score. To win on the road in this league is so huge. Philadelphia continues to drive the ball as they pick up another 5-yards. One more time, another five yards and a first down for Byars and the Eagles as 49ers tackle, Harris Barton makes his third tackle of the day for San Francisco, bringing the ball to the 25-yard line of San Francisco. The Eagles continue their drive with another first down, this time to the 15-yard line of the 49ers, as they get closer to the goal line!
It's hard to imagine that the 49ers have not won a game to this point and because of that they're going to secure the first round draft picks in the 2021 draft.
More yardage for Philadelphia, bringing the ball to the 10-yard line with second down and five coming up. The only thing we can say at this point is Philadelphia looked like a very dominant football team and they will be difficult to beat as they prime for a possible division title. Washington beat them to open the season 13-10, and that's where the season will finish, against Washington at Philadelphia for the clash of the Titans! We think the only team standing in the Eagles way from being a Super Bowl contender, is the Rams. On the next play, Keith Byars ran over the 49ers defense and into the end-zone from 10-yards out to give the Eagles a tremendous road victory 20-14, in 10:36 of overtime to beat the San Francisco 49ers (0-4) with Keith Byars scoring three touchdowns, adding to his three he scored last week against the Cincinnati Bengals! Byars rushed for 114 yards today on 12 carries, and Carmichael had 160 yards on kick-returns!
The Philadelphia Eagles are on a roll! They head back home to play the Seattle Seahawks (2-2) next week in an East Coast war! The 49ers are finished! They play division rival and "red-hot" two-time defending Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams (3-1), in a showdown of pride! 




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