Nick Mullens gets verified on Twitter during breakout performance vs. Raiders

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While she hasn't publicly addressed her gesture, she is believed to be the first cheerleader to participate in protests former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick started in 2016 against police violence in minority communities and racial inequality in the United States. For one he threw his first, and second, and third career touchdowns in his National Football League debut.

- A San Francisco 49ers cheerleader took a knee during the national anthem just before Thursday's game against the Oakland Raiders. Instead, the undrafted quarterback threw for 262 passing yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions. The 49ers officially have a quarterback controversy.

It's hard to tell if the fight started because of a verbal altercation, or just out of sheer boredom, as Nick Mullens and company made the Oakland Raiders' defense look like swiss cheese, causing the game to get way out of hand early.

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Gould's second field goal, a 25-yarder with 3:59 remaining, capped the scoring. Before the injury, Mostert had rushed for 86 yards in seven carries, including a 52-yard touchdown.

The Raiders (1-7) clearly didn't, losing for the fourth straight time, getting outscored by 85 points during the skid.

The 49ers outgained the Raiders 405-242 in a game that had no turnovers.

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