An enthusiastic San Francisco 49ers fan was dealt a major blow after Sunday’s win over the Arizona Cardinals to end the regular season on a 10-game winning streak.
49ers quarterback Brock Purdy was running back to the locker room and threw a towel at fans still in the Levi’s Stadium stands. The fan in the stands tried to reach with his left hand while on the edge of the railing.
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The fan seemed to misjudge how far he was from the towel, and his momentum carried him over a handful of other people and over the railing and onto the ground. He appeared to hit a couple of people downstairs looking to high-five the 49ers players.
He didn’t seem hurt when he got back to his feet.
BROCK PURDY GETS 3 TOUCH PASSES AS THE 49ERS GET THE 10TH CONSECUTIVE WIN
The San Francisco faithful came out to watch Purdy throw three touchdown passes in a 38-13 win. Purdy had two touchdown passes to George Kittle and another to Christian McCaffrey.
It’s the sixth straight game that Purdy has had multiple touchdowns.
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San Francisco will be the No. 2 seed in the NFC side of the playoff bracket. The 49ers won the NFC West division and finished with a 13-4 record.