During an NFL match between the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders on Thursday, a cheerleader for the 49ers appeared to take a knee during the U.S. national anthem, causing much debate online. The NFL in May announced it would fine players who kneel or make other gestures during the national anthem but backed away from the policy when the NFL players union challenged it. San Francisco opened as a favorite in the game, but the loss of starting quarterback C.J. Beathard made the Raiders favorites. The 49ers lost star quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to a season-ending knee injury earlier in the year.
Nick Mullens shredded the Raiders by completing 16-of-22 passes for 262 yards and three touchdowns.
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Mullens threw TD passes to Pierre Garcon and Kendrick Bourne on the opening two drives and connected on a 71-yard one-handed catch-and-run play to George Kittle to set up a third TD pass to Kittle. They provided little resistance on defence against an undrafted quarterback making his National Football League debut, did nothing offensively after driving for as field goal on the opening drive and put together the most listless performance yet in coach Jon Gruden's second stint as coach. He finished with 86 rushing yards on seven carries and a touchdown.
The Raiders have moved on from yet another pass rusher.