The San Francisco 49ers won against the New York Giant with the score of 30-12. With 310 yards and two touchdowns Brocky Purdy once again performed well. While three goals in rout done by the Rookie kicker Jake Moody.
In a defensive play, Javon Hargrave successfully brought down Daniel Jones during a 2-point conversion attempt, while Talanoa Hufanga managed to secure an interception on a pass.
Nonetheless, an incident off the field appeared to divert the focus from the game. During the game, there was an incident where two female 49ers fans were seen engaging in a physical altercation in the stands at Levi’s Stadium, and subsequently, some male fans joined in.
The broader community associated with the league soon noticed this incident and criticized the San Francisco fanbase. There have been other instances of violence involving San Francisco 49ers fans in 2023.
After a preseason loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on August 25, fans from both teams, including former Oakland fans, engaged in a fight near Levi’s Stadium at an In-n-Out. Alarmingly, one person was armed with a knife, leading to two others being stabbed.
The statement regarding the incident by the Santa Clara Police Department, which was posted on its Facebook account, was as follows:
“On Friday, August 25, 2023 at 11:12 pm, Santa Clara Police Department (SCPD) officers responded to a report of a large fight involving at least 10 individuals inside the In-N-Out Burger located at 3001 Mission College Blvd.”
“Upon arrival, SCPD officers detained multiple individuals and determined that two individuals sustained multiple stab wounds during the incident. Those victims were transported to a local hospital for treatment.“
Gage Anthony Bryand, aged 27 and currently residing in Tracy, located in San Joaquin County, was identified as the individual carrying the knife. He was arrested following the fight and now has charges of attempted killing and obstructing a police officer.