Tuesday, September 27, 2022

With the restoration of the exhibition series, the fans of the 49ers and Raiders performed their best

Santa Clara—In the end, everyone seemed to survive.

On Sunday, the 49ers defeated the Las Vegas Raiders 34-10 at Levi’s Stadium, and the fear of fan violence in the stands and front and back fences never became a melee, which caused the series to be suspended by 10 year.

This is the first time the 49ers and Raiders have participated in the preseason since 2011. At that time, there were two shooting incidents and a bathroom assault during a night game in Candlestick Park.

The number of paid attendees was 60,873, but the actual number of attendees was much smaller, and vacancies could be seen in every section.

The former cross-Bay opponent played again in a game that did not count in the standings. With a large number of police, private security, and an unknown number of undercover police, the sparse crowd seems to be relatively controlled. They even seem to get along well when they rear-end before the game and when they arrive at the stadium early to warm up.

Forty’s second-year defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw thinks this is no different from any other exhibition game, and does not seem to notice the number of black jerseys.

“It’s not for me,” Kim Law said. “I see more red than black.”

A couple in the stands wore Ronnie Lott jerseys—both in No.42 jerseys, one in silver and black, and the other in 49ers red—as the players walked along with the sound of the fog whistle Chanted “Raiders” on the court.

Jerry Rice’s No. 80 49ers jersey and No. 80 Raiders jersey have fans. Two fans walked to their seats with drinks, one in Raiders Bo Jackson number 34 and the other in Joe Montana number 16.

Lieutenant Cuong Phan, who is in charge of security at the stadium, said that there would be no data on arrests until Monday, and the 49ers did not respond to requests for comments from stadium security personnel.

In the 2011 game, the problem came from fans who were not season ticket holders and bought tickets in the secondary market. Although this may happen again on Sunday, the kick-off at 1 p.m. reduces the time for drinking and rear-end collisions.

As for the game itself, there is not much that deserves attention. The Raiders left 31 players at home, and it is reasonable to assume that none of the players who will start in the first week of the game against Baltimore are on the journey.

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