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San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams: Expert predictions
The Los Angeles Rams gave the San Francisco 49ers one of their ugliest losses of the year on October 21, drilling the 49ers 39-10 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. Some experts think the score will be closer when the two teams meet again this week, but the outcome is expected to be the same.
The Rams enter the game at 12-3 and will be playing for a first-round bye in the NFC playoffs. That means they won’t be resting their starters like they did last year in a 34-13 home loss to the 49ers in Week 17.
The 49ers have been putting up a fight in recent weeks against favored teams at home, but this week they’re back on the road and will be shorthanded on offense due to injuries at the running back and wide receiver positions.
In a nutshell, the feeling surrounding this game is that the 49ers may well put on a better showing against the Rams than they did in Week 7 but that the Rams will be too much to overcome, even if they don’t play running back Todd Gurley due to a knee injury.
Here’s a look at what the national analysts are saying about this game.
CBS SPORTS/PETE PRISCO: RAMS 30, 49ERS 13
“The Rams need this game to lock up the second seed in the NFC. That’s not a good thing for the 49ers,” wrote Prisco. “The Rams will be focused here, and they are clearly the better team. This could get out of hand early. Look for Jared Goff to have a big day.” Click here for Prisco’s full Week 17 picks, which include the Vikings over the Bears, the Colts over the Titans and the Ravens over the Browns.
BLEACHER REPORT EXPERT CONSENSUS: RAMS 37, 49ERS 17
“You have to establish the run in order to neutralize the Rams’ pass rush,” Bleacher Report analyst Brad Gagnon said, “but the 49ers running game has the second-worst DVOA in the NFL. And you have to find a way to turn over Jared Goff in order to get the Rams flustered on offense, but the 49ers defense ranks dead last in the NFL with seven takeaways. It’s just not a good matchup.”
ESPN NFL NATION: RAMS OVER 49ERS
Nick Wagoner, 49ers reporter: Rams 30, 49ers 20 – The 49ers have won four consecutive Week 17 games against the Rams, but there hasn’t been much at stake in most of those matchups. This time, the Rams might need a win to sew up a first-round bye, depending on what the Bears do in their finale. Unlike last year, Los Angeles likely will play its starters the whole game, which means the Rams should have a clear advantage in this one.”
Lindsey Thiry, Rams reporter: Rams 32, 49ers 17 – “The Rams are motivated in Week 17 to secure a first-round bye, to continue to tune-up their offense and to help defensive tackle Aaron Donald break the single-season sack record. Donald tallied a career-best four sacks earlier this season against the 49ers and needs three sacks to tie and four sacks to break Hall of Famer Michael Strahan’s single-season sack record of 22.5.”
ESPN EXPERT PANEL: RAMS OVER 49ERS
Each week ESPN’s panel of ten experts (Matt Bowen, Mike Clay, Mike Golic, Dan Graziano, Mina Kimes, Louis Riddick, Molly Qerim Rose, Kevin Seifert, Seth Wickersham, Trey Wingo) picks the winner of every NFL game, with their predictions being put into a feature along with the community prediction of the online NFL Pigskin Pick ‘Em game. This week, every expert likes the Rams to win, as do the players of the Pigskin Pick ‘Em game.
ESPN: DARREN WOODSON AND TEDY BRUSCHI – RAMS OVER 49ERS
Woodson: “Defensively there’s a lot of things they need to work on as far as the back end of that secondary. I think they shore some of those things up, and Aaron Donald again, I think he gets that three-and-a-half sacks.”
Bruschi: “I don’t think he gets three-and-a-half, that’s going to be tough for him. What I want to say is kudos to the San Francisco 49ers. You lose your quarterback so early. They’ve played hard the entire year and have been able to squeak out some wins. They’ve played hard, this is a good team for the future, but this is one game they won’t win.”
MMQB/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED: RAMS OVER 49ERS
This year’s panel picking straight up for MMQB is Andrew Brandt (Business of Football Columnist), Albert Breer (Senior Reporter), Mitch Goldich (Producer/Writer), Jonathan Jones (Staff Writer), Bette Marston (Senior Producer), Mark Mravic (Executive Editor), and Jenny Vrentas (Senior Writer). Every panelist likes the Rams over the 49ers this week.