49ers fall short against the Ravens 33-19; seven takeaways from #BALvsSF

– Monday night clash: 49ers vs. Ravens at Levi's® Stadium, marking only the second time in franchise history playing on December 25.

– 49ers' defense shines: Nick Bosa, Chase Young, and Fred Warner force safety in the first quarter, giving San Francisco a 2-0 lead.

– Offensive struggles: 49ers' high octane offense faces challenges, with QB Purdy throwing a career-high four interceptions in the game.

– McCaffrey's contribution: Despite offensive struggles, veteran RB McCaffrey provides a boost with a nine-yard rushing touchdown in the first half.

– Defensive resilience: Despite turnovers, 49ers' defense limits Ravens to 10 points off three turnovers in the first half.

– Drops and penalties: Dropped passes and 10 penalties for 102 yards hamper the 49ers' offensive production throughout the game.

– Verrett's comeback: Veteran CB Verrett returns to the field for the first time since the 2021 season opener after overcoming back-to-back season-ending injuries.

– McCaffrey closing in on record: McCaffrey's ninth rushing touchdown brings him within two scores of Jerry Rice's single-season touchdown record.

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