Just when you think you’re out, they pull you back in.
Niners looked at Titans film in Ram loss and devised a winning game plan from it.
Stafford looked like a Detroit Lion. Aaron Donald, the best defensive player in football was neutralized. OBJ and Von Miller should’ve waited to make their debuts because they were lost half the time. They probably could’ve used 2 or 3 more practices. Rams wanted to make a splash and realize they gave up 2 draft picks for Miller who is a half season rental.
Props have to be given to Jimmy G who fitted balls into very tight windows when he had to pass. You can probably count 18 play 11 minute drives with one hand during every season.
The Ram defense was gassed by halftime. For the entire game time of possession Niners 39 mins Rams 21 mins.
Shanahan owns McVay outcoaching him to win his 5th straight.
The Rams fall behind and Jalen Ramsey is having a shit fit on the sideline pointing fingers. Only a matter of time that OBJ demands the ball and does what divas do. McVay will soon have a Game of Thrones situation on his team. Rams remaining schedule is brutal with only “softy” Jags. They still have 3 more games with NFC West plus Vikings, Ravens and Packers.
Stafford is reverting to his past and making the big mistake. It is telling on 4th down he thrww 2 balls away and on one play he clerly tried to throw a pass when he was 2 yards beyond the line of scrimmage and got flagged.
Rams thought Super Bowl inevitable and now they have to many obstacles to get there.
Yeah, after last week I threw in the towel. And I still don’t feel comfortable with the way the team has played. It was nice getting a couple of players back from injuries and maybe that was all it took. I think we might have got a little lucky catching the Rams when we did.
Niners finally on track to what we all expected them to be.
One game at a time but this is not the time to throw in the towel.
Next Sunday they kick Ragnar’s ass.
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