Rams Humbled By Niners; Flaws Exposed On Both Sides Of Ball
LOS ANGELES: Sean McVay's Los Angeles Rams have always been a fairly resilient bunch that managed to rebound from setbacks with renewed passion and no lack of faith in their fundamental principles.
They'll need that resilience after opening NFC West play by taking a thrashing from a rival.
The Rams lost 24-16 to the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday night in a game that never felt as close as the score. McVay's offense managed only 102 yards in the first half and struggled to score all night, while Brandon Staley's defense gave up a whopping 291 yards and three touchdowns before halftime.