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San Francisco 49ers
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SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco 49ers and St. Louis Rams played 75 minutes and decided nothing Sunday at Candlestick Park. The Rams and 49ers settled for a 24-24 tie, failing to score in overtime despite having numerous good chances. The 49ers lost quarterback Alex Smith to a concussion in the second quarter. Backup Colin Kaepernick took over with his team trailing 14-7. He completed 11 of 17 passes for 117 yards and ran eight times for 66 yards and a touchdown. Rams quarterback Sam Bradford went 26-for-39 for 275 yards and two touchdowns. Wide receiver Danny Amendola, returning after missing three games with a shoulder injury, caught 11 passes for 102 yards. The Rams got the ball first in overtime and looked like they were headed for a victory when Bradford hit Amendola for 80 yards on first down to the 49ers' 2. But an illegal formation penalty on offensive tackle Rodger Saffold killed the play, and the Rams wound up punting. The 49ers quickly marched into field g...
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49ers QB Alex Smith is “doing much better” following the concussion that he suffered against the Rams on Sunday.
“(He’s) doing much better, had a good night’s sleep last night,” coach Jim Harbaugh said Monday, via CSN Bay Area. “And symptoms are positive today. He’s visiting with a neurologist later this afternoon.”
Smith was reportedly dealing blurred vision...
St. Louis Rams announced that cornerback Janoris Jenkins and wide receiver Chris Givens are inactive for Sunday's game against the host San Francisco 49ers because they violated team rules. The Rams did not specify what rules the rookies broke. Jenkins, a second round draft pick in the June draft, had started all eight previous games for St. Louis this year. Givens, who...
Earlier in the week, San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Randy Moss returned to his hometown of Rand, West Virginia and took some photos of his return to the simple life.
Check out Randy checking out the local 7-Eleven and sitting on top of a dumpster:
(Courtesy of Larry Brown Sports)
Quarterbacks are dropping like flies on Sunday.
First Michael Vick was ruled out of the Cowboys-Eagles game with a concussion, and now the same has happened to 49ers’ signal caller Alex Smith. Smith was scrambling when he took a vicious blow from Rams’ linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar.
The 49ers could struggle without Smith after building their offense around him. Second-year player...
Danny Amendola's first game in a month for the St. Louis Rams was a huge success. And that's without the 142 yards on a pair of big plays that were nullified by penalty.
A day after repeated mistakes cost the Rams an upset at San Francisco, the wide receiver said he'd try to take the positives out the NFL's first tie game in four years.
Easy to say, hard to swallow...
Yesterday, the San Francisco 49ers and the St. Louis Rams game ended in a 24-24 tie, the first since 2008.
While most NFL fans knew the possibility that the game could end in a tie, it appears that 49ers safety Dashon Goldson and Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola weren't aware of that fact:
“I didn’t know you could tie,” Goldson said, per Cam Inman. “When I saw...
Alex Smith and the 49ers struggled through the air, settling for 24-24 tie against St. Louis.
Randy Moss‘ comeback to the NFL via the San Francisco 49ers hasn’t yielded the mind-boggling numbers that Moss put up during his heyday in Minnesota and New England. So far this season, Moss has 13 receptions for 235 yards and two touchdowns for the 6-2 Niners.
But regardless of his play, Moss has never been afraid to speak his mind. On Sunday, Moss took part in an interview...
The St. Louis Rams and San Francisco 49ers notched the NFL's first tie of the season after playing five periods of grueling football Sunday afternoon in San Francisco.
The Rams, who were heavy underdogs coming into the game, jumped out to an early 14-0 lead after a 36 yard touchdown pass by Sam Bradford to rookie Brian Quick and a seven yard Steven Jackson touchdown scamper...
Rams linebacker James Laurinaitis shared all kinds of dirty secrets this week about his old college roommate at Ohio State, 49ers right guard Alex Boone.
N.Y. Jets at St. Louis Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis - TV: CBS; DirecTV: 712 *TV announcers: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts *Keys to the game: The Jets have been outscored 58-16 over their past two games and failed to score an offensive touchdown last week. QB Mark Sanchez hasn't lost his job yet, but he continues to make poor decisions with the ball and Tim...