Deebo Samuel continues to impress for the San Francisco 49ers, and his latest big play made San Francisco 49ers postseason history.

Samuel became the first 49er with a rushing touchdown by a wide receiver in franchise postseason history as San Francisco pulled away from the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday during Super Wild Card Weekend. Samuel showed great vision on a 26-yard run with 5:50 remaining in the third quarter where he weaved back toward the middle of the field as his blockers sealed an edge near the sideline. It gave the 49ers a 23-7 lead late in the third quarter.

Samuel by that point had 6 carries for 48 yards, and 2 catches for 34 yards.

Samuel is in the middle of an All-Pro season as he recently received the prestigious honor. Samuel finished the year with 1,770 yards from scrimmage and 14 total touchdowns (6 receiving and 8 rushing) on the year. His 14 total touchdowns are the most by a member of the 49ers since Terrell Owens had 14 touchdowns in 2002 (13 receiving and one rushing), the 49ers noted.

The third-year wideout becomes the first 49ers receiver to be voted onto the list since Owens in 2001. Samuel earned the third-most votes (21) in the receiver category behind Green Bay Packers Davante Adams (50) and Los Angeles Rams Cooper Kupp (50).