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Monday, September 12 at Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara, CA.) 49ers 28, Rams 0The Los Angeles Rams haven’t scored a touchdown since 1994. This is due to the fact that up until this year the team had relocated to St. Louis, however after Monday’s devastating loss to the San Francisco 49ers the team remains scoreless. Rams quarterback, Case Keenum, only threw 130 yards total, with zero touchdowns and two interceptions. 49ers quarterback, Blaine Gabbert threw one touchdown, and running back Carlos Hyde rushed 88 yards and scored two touchdowns. In the end, San Francisco defeated the Rams 28-0.
Sunday, January 3, 2016 at Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara, CA.) 49ers 19, Rams 16 OTThe final meeting between the Rams and 49ers in the 2015 season saw both teams playing for the future. The Rams continue to search for their answer at quarterback while San Francisco looks poised to make their 2nd coaching change in as many years. St. Louis relied on a running back commitee headlined by Tre Mason to take a 16-10 edge into halftime. But Blaine Gabbert and San Francisco rallied to score 6 second half points, while the 49ers defense held the Rams scoreless in the 2nd half. A Phil Dawson kick in overtime cemented the win for the 49ers in one of the better Rams vs 49ers matchups in the last few years.
Sunday, November 1, 2015 at Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO) Rams 27, 49ers 6If the first matchup between the 49ers and Rams in 2015 taught us anything, it is that Todd Gurley is a force to be reckoned with. The strong running back piled on 133 yards on the reeling 49ers defense, scoring a touchdown and dominating from start to finish. The game also saw 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick continue to struggle, completing only 20 of his 41 pass attempts. The win helps vault the Rams into contention in what appears to be a 3 team race for the NFC West crown with the Seahawks and Cardinals.
Sunday, November 2, 2014 at Levi's Stadium (Santa Clara, CA.) Rams 13, 49ers 10 The St. Louis Rams showed up at the Niners new stadium and matched San Francisco tic-for-tac in the first half with a late first quarter field goal and second quarter touchdown to Kenny Britt before the half to keep the game tied at 10. Both offense's struggled to get anything going in the second half as Greg Zuerlein's 39 yard field goal in the fourth quarter would end up sealing the win after the Rams defense pulled out a crucial stop on the one yard line with a Kaepernick fumble.
Monday, October 13, 2014 at Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO) 49ers 31, Rams 17 With the door wide open in the NFC west, this matchup was a must win for the San Francisco 49ers. St. Louis came out of the gates swinging grabbing an early lead of 14-0 in the first quarter but would enter the locker room at half-time only up by 4 after the Niners stole the momentum on a 80-yard touchdown pass from Kaepernick to Lloyd with 14 seconds to go. San Francisco would go on to outscore the Rams 21-3 in the second half including a Dontae Johnson 20-yard pick six at the end of the game to topple St. Louis 31-17.
Sunday, December 1, 2013 at Candlestick Park (San Francisco, CA) 49ers 23, Rams 13 The defenses of both teams ruled the day on Sunday in San Francisco, but St. Louis eventually gave way to Vernon Davis as he put the game out of reach in the fourth quarter with a 17-yard TD. San Francisco stays in second place in the NFC West as they continue to hunt for a playoff spot behind the first-place Saints.
Thursday, September 26, 2013 at Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO) 49ers 35, Rams 11 This one was all about the ground game, with the 49ers out-rushing the Rams by 201 yards in the blowout. Frank Gore had 153 yards rushing, with Kendall Hunter chipping in another 49 and a rushing TD. The Rams were held to less than a yard per carry by the Niners defense and fell in a 28-3 hole early on in the 4th quarter. The win got the 49ers back to .500 while it dropped the Rams to 1-3 and last place in the NFC West.
Sunday, December 2, 2012 at Edward Jones Dome (St. Louis, MO) Rams 16, 49ers 13 This was a sloppy one, with the deciding factor being a Colin Kaepernick fumble that was returned by the Rams for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Sam Bradford then connected on a two-point conversion to make it 10-10. The 49ers hit a field goal with 1:38 to go, but allowed Sam Bradford to drive down the field to set up a Greg Zuerlein 53-yarder to tie it as time expired. Zuerlein then hit a 54-yarder with 30 seconds left in OT to win the game and avoid the second tie between these two teams this season. The 49ers are now 8-3-1 while the Rams move to 5-6-1.