Nick Bosa was the man of the hour during Monday Night Football. His celebration against the Browns didn’t just have 49ers fans cheering at Levi’s Stadium, it made Ohio State supporters proud.
It took a few games for Bosa to get going for the 49ers, but the No. 2 overall pick sure picked the right time to shine.
On Monday, the former Buckeye was a one-man wrecking crew. Bosa finished the game with two sacks, a forced fumble and an incredible celebration.
Back in 2017, Baker Mayfield planted the Oklahoma flag at midfield following a win over Ohio State. Clearly, the 21-year-old pass rusher didn’t forget.
In addition to getting revenge against the former Oklahoma quarterback, Bosa had the best game of his NFL career thus far.
Following the win, Bosa posted a photo of his flag planting celebration with the caption “For all my Buckeyes.”
Check it out:
Bosa will try to build off this performance on Sunday when the 49ers face the Los Angeles Rams.
San Francisco is the only undefeated team remaining in the NFC. The addition of Bosa is a big reason why the franchise is among the best teams in the league through the first quarter of the season.