For only the third time in his not-so-storied career, 49ers quarterback Alex Smith passed for 300 yards. It happened to help San Francisco rout the Buffalo Bills, 45-3, and establish a new team offense record at 621 yards.
That's right. Smith's superlative effort -- 303 yards passing and three touchdown strikes -- wasn't even the better half of the yardage equation.
The 49ers rushed for 311 yards, with Frank Gore gaining 106 in 14 carries and Kendall Hunter adding 81 in 11 carries. Yep, that's more than 110 yards shy of San Francisco's 311. Smith and backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick combined for 88 yards in only seven carries.
"We've got so many weapons, and we work good together," Gore said. "We're just growing and having fun out there. I hope it keeps going like this."