5 takeaways from the 49ers' dominant win over the Bengals

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5 takeaways from the 49ers' dominant win over the Bengals
5 takeaways from the 49ers' dominant win over the Bengals

The San Francisco 49ers have won back-to-back road games for the first time since 1989 - the year they won their third Super Bowl. Coach Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers orchestrated a blowout win over the Cincinnati Bengals, 41-17 on Sunday. It was a dominant performance for San Francisco that showed well in all three phases of the game. The 49ers offense generated 572 total yards and averaged 8.4 yards per play. The defense held the Bengals to 316 yards and 4.9 yards per play. Here are our five takeaways from the 49ers' second consecutive win: We'll get the bad news out of the way first - the 49ers lost their starting left tackle Sunday. Staley suffered a broken fibula in his left leg during the

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