10/19/20 SANTA CLARA, CA - The San Francisco 49ers beat the Los Angeles Rams 24 -16 to improve their record to (3-3) to get back in the race for the NFC West trailing the Seattle Seahawks (5-0) on a bye-week, and the Rams (4-2).
Jimmy Garoppolo completed 23 of his 33 passes for 268-yards three touchdowns, and Jared Goff 19 of 38 passes 198-yard, two touchdowns, and one interception.
The Rams trail the 49ers in the first quarter 7-0 after Garoppolo threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Deebo Samuel. The 49ers scored again in the second quarter when George Kittle caught a 44-yard touchdown pass to increase their lead to 14-0.
The Rams' Robert Woods scored on a 10-yard touchdown pass from Goff that made the score 14-6. Brandon Aiyuk would give the 49ers a 21-6 halftime lead after catching a 2-yard pass from Garoppolo.
The 49ers' offensive line did a good job protecting Garoppolo, giving him time to look downfield, and keeping the Rams' defensive linemen and Aaron Donald from getting to him.
During the third quarter, the Rams' Samuel Sloman kicked a 42-yard field goal that made the score 21-9. The 49ers responded in the fourth quarter with a 49-yard field goal from Robbie Gould to give them a 24-9 lead.
The Rams would score one more time when Josh Reynolds caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from Goff that made the final score 24-16.
Kittle caught seven passes for 109-yards and one touchdown to lead the 49ers in receiving, and the Rams Henderson Jr. carried the ball 18 times for 88-yards.
The Rams' next game will be at So-Fi Stadium hosting the (5-1) Chicago Bears, and the 49ers will travel to take on the (2-3) New England Patriots. #nfl #rams #49ers #jaredgoff #darellhendersonjr. #nfcwest #losangelesrams #sanfrancisco49ers #football #tgsportstv1