QB Savage seen with twitching arms after hit

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Houston Texans quarterback Tom Savage suffered an ugly concussion - and possibly a seizure - during Sunday's National Football League game between the Texans and the San Francisco 49ers. San Francisco added 41-yard field goal after that to secure the victory.

He was checked out in the medical tent for less than three minutes, then returned to the game for one series and threw two incomplete passes.

Savage completed 6 of 12 attempts for 63 yards and was sacked twice.

Garoppolo went 20-for-33 passing with 334 yards to go along with a touchdown and an interception.

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Gould hit a 52-yard field goal earlier in the game to tie the score. It's just not fair that the Houston Texans wide receiver combines his freakish combination of size and athleticism with the type of finesse it takes to make plays like this.

Next up for Garoppolo are the Houston Texans, who have lost their past two games.

T.J. Yates replaced Savage in the game and led touchdown drives on his first two possessions. It appeared the wind was knocked out of him. Veteran guard Zane Beadles started at right tackle. Defensive linemen Tank Carradine and Aaron Lynch will be available to play.

Savage's return to the game drew widespread criticism on social media from fans, media members and concussion experts like Chris Nowinski, the CEO and co-founder of the Concussion Legacy Foundation.