49ers Roll to Win Over Rams

Tanya Simon
October 16, 2019

San Francisco 49ers Grades from their 20-7 win over the Las Angeles Rams focuses on the 49ers defense. "People seem to think that things aren't going that well, but I think our guys are continuing to believe". Outside of the first five minutes of the game, San Francisco controlled the pace the rest of the way.

And that brings us to the Falcons, who dropped a heartbreaking loss on the road to the Cardinals on Sunday and fell to 1-5 on the season. He had an operation on his ankle that cost him nine games.

"We're killing ourselves with early-down efficiency", McVay said.

"It presents an opportunity for us to be what we say (we are)", McVay said. "He's a guy who kind of filled in for Lib a year ago when Lib went out with the ankle injury, and we still continued to roll. They're staying the course, and we're going to see this thing through".

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Yang Moo-jin, a professor at Seoul's University of North Korean Studies, said he was confident this was the first time. There is precedent for games played in North Korea with foreign opponents to have restrictions on live broadcasts.

Offensive guard Jamil Demby replaced Noteboom after he was sidelined against the 49ers, but McVay said the starting position would be evaluated moving forward.

And if watching the offensive line struggle for the most part over the first six games wasn't already frustrating enough, the Rams learned that Noteboom suffered a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee during Sunday's loss to the Niners. "They're just in that mix of growing as football players".

But if Rams fans need the flawless example of how different things have been in 2019, all they need to do is look at Week 6 in which Goff completed just 13 passes for 78 yards to show how rough it's been with the offensive line.

Safety John Johnson III sustained a shoulder injury against the 49ers and will undergo an MRI.

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