The San Francisco 49ers rallied from a 15-point deficit to beat the Los Angeles Rams, 34-27. The 49ers trailed 27-0 at halftime, but QB Jimmy Garoppolo led them back with 276 yards and 3 touchdowns in the third quarter. RB Matt Breida had 137 yards on 26 carries and caught 5 passes for 53 yards and a touchdown. WR Marquise Goodwin had 3 catches for 98 yards and a touchdown.
The 49ers rallied from a 15-point deficit to beat the Rams 23-20. With the win, the 49ers improve to 6-4 and remain in first place in the NFC West. The 49ers were behind 17-0 at halftime but outscored the Rams 29-7 in the second half. Running back Jerick McKinnon had 116 yards on 22 carries and quarterback C.J. Beathard completed 21 of 32 passes for 225 yards and two touchdowns.
The San Francisco 49ers took down the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday, coming back from a 15-point deficit to win 23-17. Here are five key takeaways from the game:
- The 49ers’ defense did its job, holding the Rams to just 20 points in the second half.
- Frank Gore was a big part of the comeback, rushing for 116 yards and two touchdowns.
49ers Hoping to End Losing Streak Against Rams
The San Francisco 49ers hope to end their losing streak against the Los Angeles Rams when they meet on Sunday. The 49ers have not won since December 3, and have not won in Los Angeles since October 22, 2013.
The San Francisco 49ers are hoping to end their losing streak against the Rams when they face off in Week 14. The 49ers fell to 1-7 on the season with a loss to the Rams last week. However, they have a chance to bounce back and win against the Rams.
San Francisco 49ers (2-10) are hoping to end their losing streak against the St. Louis Rams (3-9). The 49ers will play at home against the Rams on Sunday.
49ers Offense Looks for Redemption After Struggling Against Rams
After struggling against the Rams, the 49ers offense looks for redemption. The 49ers offense was one of the more potent units in 2016 but has been struggling so far this season. Kyle Shanahan’s unit has been turnover prone and looked unable to score against the Rams. This is a big test for the 49ers who face another potent defense in Week 8, the Arizona Cardinals.
After a disappointing season that saw the 49ers offense struggle, the unit looks to rebound in 2017. The team needs to find a way to get better quarterback play, as Blaine Gabbert was not effective last season. San Francisco also needs to find a new running back after Carlos Hyde was traded.
After struggling against the Rams, the 49ers offense looks to rebound in week 3. The 49ers have shown promise in previous games, but have struggled to put points on the board. They will need to improve their play if they hope to upset the Rams.
49ers’ Youngster Shows Promise in Pre-season Opener
The San Francisco 49ers season begins on Sunday, September 10th against the Los Angeles Rams. One player who will be eager to make an impact is rookie linebacker Reuben Foster. Foster was selected by the 49ers with the No. 31 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. He played college football at Alabama. In his preseason debut, Foster recorded seven solo tackles and a sack in the 49ers’ 37-34 loss to the Oakland Raiders.
In the 49ers’ preseason opener against the Rams, third-round pick Dante Pettis showed promise as a punt returner and wide receiver. The California product had four receptions for 41 yards on five carries. Pettis flashed his speed and quickness, making some tough catches in traffic. His biggest play of the game came on a punt return when he took off down the sideline and beat the coverage to the pylon for a touchdown.
The 49ers kicked off their preseason schedule by hosting the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. Many players made their preseason debuts, but one player who caught everyone’s attention was rookie running back Joe Williams. Williams impressed with his speed and agility, totaling 101 yards on 18 carries and catching 2 passes for 21 yards. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said of Williams, “He is really good. He has a lot of talent.