George Kittle, tight end for the San Francisco 49ers, was spotted wearing the Jimmy G Feels Great Baby shirt after his side’s win over the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday. Brock Purdy and co clinched the NFC West. 

San Francisco won 21-13 at the Lumen Field. 

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Kittle, walking along with quarterback Brock Purdy to the post-game show, wore a white T-shirt with ‘Feels Great Baby’ written on it.


49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo had spoken those words following the team’s Week 9 win vs the Arizona Cardinals. George Kittle had worn a ‘Feels Great Baby’ shirt after San Francisco’s victory over the Seattle Seahawks. 

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On Thursday, Kittle led the team with two touchdowns. In the first quarter, Brock Purdy executed two fakes before hitting his tight end wide open for six points. The pair connected again in the second-half, with George Kittle for a 54-yard TD to get the 49ers a 21-3 lead. 

Purdy finished 17 of 26 for 217 yards, joining Aaron Rodgers as the only QBs since at least 1950 to have a passer rating of at least 115 in each of their first two starts.

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Kittle had four catches for 93 yards and Christian McCaffrey rushed for 108 yards, including a 1-yard TD run in the final minute of the first half following a Seattle turnover.

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Seattle quarterback Geno Smith threw for 238 yards and the Seahawks; first offensive TD this season against the 49ers. 

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Smith was sacked three times and hit nine times. When he did have time to throw, open windows for his pass catchers were small. Seattle had one play longer than 20 yards.