49ers' offense makes history with unprecedented scrimmage-yard feat

No NFL offensive in NFL history has ever accomplished what the 49ers' 2023 offense has.

Sunday at FedExField, the 49ers defeated the Washington Commanders 27-10. In the process, tight end George Kittle became the fourth offensive player for San Francisco to reach 1,000 scrimmage yards this season.

The 49ers joined an exclusive club in NFL history when all five of their wide receivers—Deebo Samuel (1,085 yards), Christian McCaffrey (2,023 yards), Brandon Aiyuk (1,317 yards), and Kittle (1,022 yards)—posted at least 1,000 yards from scrimmage in a single season, according to the 49ers Game Notes.

The 49ers were the fourth team in NFL history to have a quarterback throw for 4,280 yards, which is a club record. 

Additionally, four players on the squad had 1,000 yards or more from scrimmage, as stated in the 49ers Game Notes.

For the first time since the 1998 tandem of club greats Terrell Owens (1,097) and Jerry Rice (1,157) had 1,000+ receiving yards in a season, San Francisco's Aiyuk and Kittle both surpassed 1,000 yards.

The 49ers' historic offense has propelled the club to unprecedented heights this season, but there is still a long way to go.

Following Sunday's clinching of the No. 1 playoff seed in the NFC, the 49ers will get a week off to rest key players before facing the Los Angeles Rams in Week 18 of the regular season. This will give them the energy they need to prepare for a potential deep playoff run.

Watch this space for further developments.