THE San Francisco 49ers have ended their four-game losing streak despite a poor game from Jarryd Hayne.
The 49ers defeated the Baltimore Ravens 25-20 on their home field Levi’s Stadium on Sunday (Monday AEDT) with quarterback Colin Kaepernick back in hot form passing for 340 yards and two touchdowns.
Hayne was expected to be more involved in the clash, after star running back Reggie Bush was listed as inactive due to injury.
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Unfortunately for Hayne, it wasn’t his best performance.
The former NRL star fumbled his only punt return and when at running back – despite being on the field for numerous plays when teammate Carlos Hyde struggled with a foot injury – was never given the ball.
On one play at running back Hayne’s inexperience showed when he failed to block two Ravens defenders, which led to Kaepernick being sacked.
Despite the errors from Hayne, San Francisco will be happy to secure their second win of the season.
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— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) October 18, 2015