No Huddle podcast: What went wrong in 49ers loss to Rams
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49ers Diary: What went wrong in the fourth quarter? What was wrong with the racing game? And what comes next?
What exactly happened against the Los Angeles Rams that caused the 49ers to lose a ten-point lead in the fourth quarter? And why have things been so unsuccessful in the running game against a team the 49ers have gotten away with in the past? And now that the playoffs are over, where are the players and coaches? We discuss all of that and more in this edition of the 49ers Notebook NFC Championship. * 4th quarter slump: Things looked promising for the 49ers as they trailed the Rams 17-7 in the fourth quarter, but the Rams took control on the stretch, making three scoring drives as the 49ers went on suddenly stumbled in attack. The last two offensive possessions of the game were particularly
No Huddle Podcast: 49ers Return to NFC Championship Game
The San Francisco 49ers participate in the NFC Championship Game. Al and Zain discuss the way to get here and the upcoming rematch with the Los Angeles Rams. More: 49ers winning with old-school football Special teams redemption Dominant defense More Arik Armstead slander NFC Championship Game predictions Jimmy “Goldfish” You can listen to the latest “No Huddle Podcast” episode above, at from our
Key stats from 49ers 20-17 loss to Rams in NFC Championship Game
The San Francisco 49ers were knocked out of the playoffs by the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game. The Bay Area team lost 20-17 at SoFi Stadium. Below are several stats and notes from Sunday’s game, which were provided by the 49ers communications staff. Offensive line The 49ers offensive line didn’t allow a sack for the 2nd time this playoffs [at Dal (1/16/22)]. It’s the first time a team has allowed 0 sacks in 2 or more playoff games in the same postseason since the 2018 New England Patriots accomplished the feat. [vs. LAC (1/13/19) and at KC (1/20/19)]. Jimmy Garoppolo QB Jimmy Garoppolo completed 16 of 30 atts. for a
Despite losing the NFC championship, the 49ers are proud of their accomplishments in 2021
The season ended disappointingly for the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday when they fell 20-17 to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game, but it was hard for them to view the season as anything more than a success after what they have overcome. get to this point. The 49ers weren’t a popular choice to make the NFC Championship game after stumbling to a 6-10 record in an injury-plagued 2020 season, nor were they a team that, according to many, was very lucky to make a playoff after starting the 2021 season 3-5. But they never wavered when the chips were down, kept fighting despite another endless string of injuries and put together a memorable streak in the second half of the season that ended with a berth in the playoffs that ended minutes from a berth.