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    The 49ers went to Southern California and beat up on the Rams Sunday, earning a 31-14 victory on the strength of three touchdowns by Christian McCaffrey — one rushing, one receiving and one passing. The first score came on 34-yard trick pass from McCaffrey to Brandon Aiyuk early in the second quarter. The second was a third-quarter catch on a 9-yard pass from Garoppolo that gave the 49ers their first lead late in the third. And to finish off the “triple crown”, McCaffrey carried the ball in for a 1-yard rushing score in the fourth quarter. George Kittle added a receiving touchdown for good measure. Meanwhile, the 49ers defense shut out the Rams in the second half after struggling the last two weeks against the Falcons and Chiefs. Here’s what the 49ers had to say as they enter their bye week on a high note at 4-4. KYLE SHANAHAN On McCaffrey: I think everyone knows how good of a player he is but I just like how consistent he is and under control in what he does. On McCaffrey’s TD...
    The 49ers shut down the Rams Monday night in a rematch of last season’s NFC Championship Game, getting revenge to the tune of a 24-9 win. Deebo Samuel and Talanoa Hufanga provided the two spark plays, as Samuel scored on a 57-yard catch-and-run in the second quarter and Hufanga jumped a fourth-quarter screen intended for Cooper Kupp to stretch an eight-point lead to 15. San Francisco got after Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford, recording seven sacks in the win. The Niners are now 2-2, as are the Rams and the rest of the NFC West. Here’s what the 49ers had to say after the win: KYLE SHANAHAN On performance: I was real happy overall for our whole team. It was a cool way to win. We knew it would be a battle. To keep them out of the end zone was great. I thought we had a chance to run away with it, especially with George’s touchdown (that was overturned). Huf’s pick-six got us right back at it. On the game: Coming off how we were last week, we needed to...
    SANTA CLARA – The 49ers’ six-game win streak over the Rams came to an end when it counted most – with a Super Bowl berth on the line last January. Bygones. The 49ers must move forward. This season, not last, matters most. It already could be on the brink Monday night when they host the Rams – the reigning Super Bowl champions. Win, and the 49ers not only improve to 2-2 overall, but 2-0 in NFC West action which ultimately should dictate their playoff path. Lose, and coach Kyle Shanahan’s team packs a 1-3 record for an ensuing 10-day road trip, where they’ll face the Carolina Panthers and the Atlanta Falcons, with a third annual layover in between at The Greenbrier in West Virginia. See, this is about looking ahead, not to the regular-season win streak over their SoCal rivals, and not to the 20-17 NFC Championship Game loss. That was eight months ago. Does it feel like an eternity to Jimmy Garoppolo considering his winding road since then? “It does,” Garoppolo said, “and then you watch the film and...
    In a venue built for champions, the Los Angeles Rams carried off the crown jewel: a Super Bowl trophy. It took a precise 79-yard drive capped by Cooper Kupp’s 1-yard touchdown reception with 1:25 remaining for a 23-20 victory Sunday over the Cincinnati Bengals to give the Rams their first NFL title since the 1999 season — and their first representing Los Angeles since 1951. “Those guys just did a great job,” coach Sean McVay said. “They took over that game.” They did it in their home, the $5 billion SoFi Stadium, making the Rams the second consecutive host to win the championship after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers became the first a year ago. “As far as building this stadium,” said Rams owner Stan Kroenke, the man who moved them back from St. Louis in 2016, “I think it turned out all right.” The winning series, during which Super Bowl MVP Kupp’s 4-yard touchdown reception from Matthew Stafford was negated by offsetting penalties, ended soon after with the NFL Offensive Player of the Year easily...
    In a venue built for champions, the Los Angeles Rams carried off the crown jewel: a Super Bowl trophy. It took a precise 79-yard drive capped by Cooper Kupp’s 1-yard touchdown reception with 1:25 remaining for a 23-20 victory Sunday over the Cincinnati Bengals to give the Rams their first NFL title since the 1999 season — and their first representing Los Angeles since 1951. They did it in their home, the $5 billion SoFi Stadium, making the Rams the second consecutive host to win the championship after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers became the first a year ago. The winning series, during which Kupp’s 4-yard touchdown reception was negated by offsetting penalties, ended soon after with the NFL Offensive Player of the Year easily beating Eli Apple in the right corner of the end zone for the winning score. Kupp had four receptions for 39 yards on the championship drive. Even with that brilliant, decisive march to the Lombardi Trophy, it was LA’s “fearsome fivesome” that made the difference. Led by Aaron Donald and Von...
    LOS ANGELES — The NFL seems on the verge of a tectonic shift. Nine franchises are hiring new coaches. Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks are in limbo. Chaos can commence any second. Then there are the 49ers and the Los Angeles Rams, NFC West rivals closing in on a Super Bowl return. One could be the next champion, the next dynasty. Their race to the NFC summit finishes Sunday, with one of them winning the Halas Trophy at SoFi Stadium, where the victor returns for Super Bowl LVI two weeks later. Of course, the dynasty-forming Kansas City Chiefs might be waiting for them, in their third straight Super Bowl if they win the AFC crown against Cincinnati. Looking ahead to a Super Bowl is taboo. Reflecting on a pass Super Bowl defeat, however, is an acceptable inspiration. “It was really tough to lose that especially with the team we had,” Nick Bosa said.” Now it’s becoming extremely real that we can be there again.” The 2018 Rams and the ’19 Niners sustained Super Bowl losses,...
    The Los Angeles Rams beat up the Arizona Cardinals on the field during Monday night’s NFC Wild Card Game and their fans similarly squared off in the stands. In the Rams’ first-ever home game at SoFi Stadium, they romped their division rival Arizona Cardinals 34-11. One would expect the dominant performance to make Rams fans feel happy and unified, but instead, a group responded to the win by brawling in the concourse of the stadium. Ram fans don’t know how to win ???????? pic.twitter.com/UkNmDzIA2o — Chad Wilson | Football Recruits (@GridironStuds) January 18, 2022 The scene was absolute chaos, as both men and women exchanged violent punches and kicks. One worker wearing a kitchen apron walked over and attempted to separate one of the scuffles. There were calls for “SECURITY,” but security seemed to already be at the scene wearing yellow jackets, curiously choosing to stand and watch rather than get involved. While the above video appeared to be Rams fans fighting each other, another incident at SoFi Stadium showed the Rams crowd brawling...
    The 49ers surprised the Rams and the NFL with a 31-10 thumping of Los Angeles on Monday Night Football. Jimmie Ward made two early interceptions — including a pick-six — to put the 49ers ahead early. From there, Deebo Samuel did it all, scoring on a run and a catch as the Niners took advantage of a bad night from Matthew Stafford and moved within a half-game of a playoff spot. Here’s what they said after the win: Kyle Shanahan On the goal of 40 runs: I said 40 today ’cause 40 tells the whole team and the defense has to play that way. The whole team has to play that way and the special teams have to play that way, and you have to do good on third down. You got to get turnovers. You can’t turn it back so you steal some possessions that allow you to do it.” On win streak over rams: “Each game is different. They’ve all played out similarly though. We had a good week. Our guys...
    The Tennessee Titans beating the Rams 28-16 Sunday night put up some solid TV ratings. According to TVSeriesFinale.com, the Titans earning a monster win over Matthew Stafford and the Rams averaged 11.28 million viewers on NBC in the early data. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Due to the fact it was a live sporting event, the final viewership data will be higher.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Tennessee Titans (@titans) Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. There was another primetime football game in America and it got very solid ratings. The World Series got lackluster ratings, nobody seems to really care about the NBA but everyone loves football.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Tennessee Titans (@titans) How do I know people love football? The ratings are almost always huge, and we’ve seen several examples of that this season. Short of primetime games featuring awful teams, pretty much every primetime NFL game this season has put up big numbers,...
    The Rams beating the Seahawks 26-17 Thursday night put up some solid TV ratings. According to TVSeriesFinale.com, Matthew Stafford and the Rams beating the Seahawks on “Thursday Night Football” averaged 8.13 million viewers on Fox in the early data. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Due to the fact it was a live sporting event, the final viewership number will be higher.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Los Angeles Rams (@rams) Even though the ratings from Thursday night weren’t the biggest that we’ve ever seen in the NFL, they were still more than big enough to make the NFL smile. Great? No. Good enough to make people happy? For sure.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Los Angeles Rams (@rams) It’s also not hard to see why so many people watched. It was Matthew Stafford and the Rams against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks. Unfortunately, Russ got himself hurt, but it was still a hell of a game.   View this...
    The Los Angeles Rams beating the Chicago Bears 34-14 Sunday night put up respectable TV ratings. According to TVSeriesFinale.com, the Rams earning a huge win over the Bears behind Matthew Stafford’s awesome performance averaged 13.53 million viewers on NBC in the early numbers. Due to it being a live sporting event, the final numbers will be higher for “Sunday Night Football.”   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Los Angeles Rams (@rams) While it’s certainly not the biggest ratings that we’ve ever seen on “SNF,” it’s very respectable to average more than 13 million viewers. NBC is going to sit back and be very happy with that number.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Los Angeles Rams (@rams) The number is even more impressive when you consider the fact that nobody really cares about the Bears and everyone expected the Rams to roll. That’s exactly what happened, and lots of people tuned in to watch Matthew Stafford absolute torch Chicago’s defense.   View this post on Instagram   A...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — In the midst of an absolutely miserable, pathetically dreadful 2020 season in New Jersey, the ONE thing that could keep the New York Jets warm at night was the comfort in knowing they’ll be getting Trevor Lawrence, the best quarterback in college football, in next year’s draft. Yet now, the Jets may have even screwed that up. Entering Sunday with an 0-13 record, the Jets were 17-point underdogs in Los Angeles against the Rams. The Jets got out to an improbable 13-0 lead, blocking a Los Angeles punt and intercepting a Jared Goff pass to help lead to a pair of field goals. The Jets stretched their lead to 20-3 in the third quarter, when the ageless Frank Gore plunged in from the 1-yard line to cap off a 72-yard touchdown drive. For a team that entered the week having been outscored by 210 points this season, a 17-point second-half lead doesn’t come around too often. And it showed. The Rams chipped away at the lead, getting two touchdown passes out of Goff. The Rams...
    The New York Jets finally won a game and won’t go 0-16, but did they just lose out on the No. 1 pick?  Is it possible to have the biggest win of your season also be the biggest loss? That’s what the New York Jets are going to try and figure out after pulling off the upset of the season in Los Angeles. The Jets rolled into SoFi Stadium to play the Rams without a win but left for the airport with their first of the season. But in beating the Rams and shocking the entire league, the Jets have jeopardized their future. No one will be talking about how improbable or incredible the upset is because the headline out of the Jets win is that they no longer control the No. 1 pick in the draft. Without the No. 1 pick, all of the talk about Trevor Lawrence coming to New York in April has gone up in smoke. Here’s what the current Top 5 of the draft order is now that the Jets have mercifully ended their winless...
    The Rams beating the Patriots 24-3 Thursday night put up some okay TV ratings. According to ShowBuzzDaily.com, the game between the Rams and Patriots peaked with an average of 9.742 million viewers on Fox. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Los Angeles Rams (@rams) Are these the greatest ratings that we’ve ever seen out of the NFL this season? No. Are they bad enough that the league should panic? No. Not at all, actually. It’s just a bit of a dip, but nothing to be concerned about in the long run.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Los Angeles Rams (@rams) Having said that, the NFL has done a really nice job this season when it comes to the TV ratings. Leagues around the country have been hammered, but the NFL has done just fine. Why? Well, there are probably a lot of reasons, but the anthem protests are pretty much over and football is king....
    Aaron Donald is wrecking Cam Newton and the Patriots offense Thursday night. The New England Patriots entered Thursday night’s game against the Los Angeles Rams needing a win to stay in the playoff race. Aaron Donald had something to say about that. The defensive star is mauling the Patriots up front and even forced a pick-6 in the first half. Ok here’s Aaron Donald sneakily grabbing the running back attempting to get out on the screen. It throws off the timing of the screen. So Cam throws where the back should be and he’s not. 41 INT to the house. pic.twitter.com/wjDG5dLp8D — Geoff Schwartz (@geoffschwartz) December 11, 2020 A one-man wrecking crewDonald’s impact doesn’t just show up in the form of tackles and sacks. He is an extremely intelligent defensive lineman and forcing the pick-6 was just another example of that. The Patriots offensive line was going to have trouble against this defensive line regardless. Donald playing at the top of his game is just too tough to stop. Aaron Donald brings down Cam Newton ???? (via @RamsNFL)pic.twitter.com/Kk4aER1FTh — Bleacher...
    INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- Jared Goff passed for 302 yards, Darious Williams made two interceptions and the Los Angeles Rams took a share of the NFC West lead with a 23-16 victory over the Seattle Seahawks at Inglewood's SoFi Stadium on Sunday.Malcolm Brown rushed for two touchdowns and Darrell Henderson had another score as the Rams (6-3) returned from their bye week and held Seattle to three points after halftime to win for the fifth time in the rivals' past six meetings.Russell Wilson passed for 248 yards and rushed for 60 more for the Seahawks (6-3), who have lost three of four after a 5-0 start. Wilson threw two interceptions and lost a fumble, giving him 10 combined turnovers in Seattle's three losses.Los Angeles' solid performance was dampened by the loss of stalwart left tackle Andrew Whitworth to a knee injury late in the first half. Whitworth, a 15-year NFL veteran, was taken off the field on a cart.Williams, the Rams' rising star at cornerback opposite Jalen Ramsey, made an end zone interception in the first half and a spectacular third-down...
    The San Francisco 49ers getting a huge win Sunday night over the Rams had decent TV ratings. According to ShowBuzzDaily.com, the “Sunday Night Football” game peaked with an average of more than 10.5 million viewers on NBC as the Rams won 24-16. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) on Oct 18, 2020 at 8:30pm PDT Seeing as how there was also baseball on Sunday night, you have to be content with these numbers if you’re the NFL. Are the numbers gigantic? No, but peaking with an average amount of viewers north of 10.5 million isn’t too bad at all.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) on Oct 18, 2020 at 8:00pm PDT The ratings have been all over the place for the NFL this season. Some games get huge numbers, and some games absolutely bomb. There seems to be virtually no consistency at all. However, I think the...
    The 49ers got big performances from quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, George Kittle and their defense Sunday night, which allowed them to snap a three-game home losing streak by beating the Rams 24-16. Garoppolo bounced back after a rough start a week ago in the loss to Miami as he benefitted from coach Kyle Shanahan’s quick-strike passing game to continually frustrate the Rams. Garoppolo went 29-of-33 for 268 yards and three touchdown passes while mostly getting rid of the ball within a couple of seconds. Kittle had seven catches for 109 yards, including a 44-yard touchdown catch and run in the first half. San Francisco’s defense held the Rams to just two touchdowns and kept Los Angeles’ passing attack under control for the entire night. Ex-Cal quarterback Jared Goff struggled while completing just 19 of 38 passes for 198 yards. He did throw for two touchdowns, but he also threw a costly interception in the end zone to the 49ers’ Jason Verrett. Here’s what the 49ers said after the game: 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo On what...
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