49ers–Rams rivalry

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49ers–Rams rivalry
First meeting October 1, 1950
Kezar Stadium
San Francisco, California
Rams 35, 49ers 14
Latest meeting December 31, 2017
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
Los Angeles, California
49ers 34, Rams 13
Next meeting October 21, 2018
Statistics
Meetings total 137 meetings
All-time series 49ers lead 69–65–3
Postseason results

49ers lead 1–0

  • January 14, 1990: 49ers 30, Rams 3
Largest victory Los Angeles Rams 56–7 (1958)
San Francisco 49ers 48–0 (1987)
Longest win streak 49ers: 17 wins (1990–98)
Rams: 10 wins (1970–75)
Current win streak 49ers W1 (2017)

The 49ers–Rams rivalry is a rivalry that began in 1950 and became one of the most intense in the National Football League in the 1970s as the two California based teams regularly competed for the NFL's NFC West Division title. The intensity of the rivalry is due to the fact that Northern California (where the 49ers are based) and Southern California (where the Rams are based) have long been competitors in the economic, cultural, and political arenas. During the Rams' twenty-one years in St. Louis, the rivalry did not have the geographical lore it once had, but games were still intense regardless of the standings. With the Rams’ return to Los Angeles in 2016, the rivalry became geographic once more. Sports Illustrated considers their rivalry the 8th best of all time in the National Football League.[1]

History[edit]

In 1950, the National Football League merged with the All-America Football Conference thus gaining three new teams. One of these teams was the San Francisco 49ers making them the second NFL franchise located on the West Coast. The first one being the Los Angeles Rams who had re-located from Cleveland in 1946. The NFL placed both of them in the newly formed National Conference (1950–52) guaranteeing that they would play each other twice during the regular season. In 1953, the National Conference was renamed the Western Conference and the American Conference was renamed the Eastern Conference which remained in place until the AFL merger forced re-alignment in 1970. For the 1967, 1968 and 1969 seasons immediately preceding the 1970 re-alignment, now with 16 franchises, the NFL divided the Western and Eastern Conferences into two Divisions of four teams each. Ironically, very similar to the present day conferences resulting from the 2002 re-alignment. The 49ers and Rams remained together in the Coastal Division of the Western Conference (1967–1969) and then in the NFC West Division since 1970. Owing to the strength of their rivalry, the 49ers and Rams have remained in place as the only two teams in the NFC West Division continuously since 1970, despite the Rams re-location to Saint Louis in 1995 and further re-alignment in 2002. They have met twice every season beginning in 1950. Their lone postseason meeting was in the NFC Championship Game during the playoffs following the 1989 season at Candlestick Park in San Francisco. This resulted in a 30–3 victory by the 49ers on January 14, 1990, immediately preceding their fourth Super Bowl appearance. The next meeting between the two will be on Sunday October 21, 2018 on Sunday Night Football

1950s[edit]

The first meeting between the teams took place on October 1, 1950, at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco. The Rams were alternating starting quarterbacks between Bob Waterfield and Norm Van Brocklin during the 1950 season. Waterfield was the starter for the game, but during the second quarter San Francisco's Pete Wissman landed a hard tackle on the Los Angeles quarterback. Van Brocklin filled in for Waterfield, and the Rams went on to win the game 35–14.[2] The two teams played each other again on November 5, 1950, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles. After beating the Baltimore Colts 70–21 and the Detroit Lions 65–24, the Rams were favored to beat the 49ers by 20 points. Yet, the 49ers played a very physical game and only lost by a touchdown holding the Rams offensive powerhouse to only 28 points.[3]

The 49ers got their first win against the Rams on October 28, 1951. The 49er secondary was able to pick off Van Brocklin six times, more than half of the interceptions that he threw all season. The 49ers held the Rams to just 17 points, the lowest they put up all season and were able to capitalize on the turnovers en route to a 44–17 victory.

1960s[edit]

1970s[edit]

The rivalry was at its pinnacle during the 1970s. From 1970–79 one of the two teams won the NFC's West Division. The decade also featured a ten and eight game win streak by the Rams (the eight game streak stretched into the early 1980s). The 49ers were the NFC West's top team in the beginning of the decade winning the first three post merger division crowns. The Rams answered right back winning seven straight division crowns from 1973–79, culminating with Super Bowl XIV loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

1980s[edit]

On January 2, 1983, a 1–7 Rams team met the 3–5 defending Super Bowl champion 49ers in San Francisco for the last game of the 1982 season (a players' strike shortened the season to 9 games), with the 49ers needing a win to make the playoffs. The Rams led late in the 4th quarter 21–20 until 49er quarterback Joe Montana led one of his patented two-minute drives, putting the 49ers in position for a short field goal. But Ivory Sully blocked Ray Wersching's kick to preserve a 21–20 win and knock the 49ers out of the playoffs.[4]

On January 14, 1990, the two teams met in the 1989 NFC Championship game. The Rams were heavy underdogs but had already pulled off two upsets on the road in the playoffs (over the Eagles and Giants). The Rams took a 3–0 early lead and were driving again, but Rams quarterback Jim Everett noticed a wide open Flipper Anderson a second too late and the pass was knocked away by 49er safety Ronnie Lott. Instead of a 10–0 Rams lead, Montana led the 49ers on a touchdown drive and San Francisco took the lead 7–3. The 49ers would win the game 30–3.

1990s[edit]

The 49ers dominated the rivalry during the 1990s, winning seventeen straight games against the Rams. They also won their fifth Super Bowl at the end of the 1994 season. After nearly fifty years, it seemed like the rivalry was coming to an end when the Rams relocated to St. Louis in 1995. Yet, some players did not believe so. Roger Craig stated in Tales from the San Francisco 49ers Sideline that "the Rams will always be the 49ers' biggest rival. It doesn't matter if they no longer play in Los Angeles. If the Rams played their home games on Mars, it would still be a rivalry."[5]

By the end of the 1998 season, San Francisco lead in the all-time series (49–48–2) for the first time ever. The Rams previously lead in the series by as many as 22 games in 1980. The 49ers lead in the series was short-lived, however, as St. Louis won both games against San Francisco during their championship season in 1999 to retake the lead.

2000s[edit]

The Rams and their Greatest Show on Turf offense had the upper hand in the early part of the decade. But both teams fell into decline and neither team was a playoff contender as the decade wore on. The 49ers had the upper hand during the latter part of the decade, going 8–2 against St. Louis from 2005–2009.

2010s[edit]

Until 2015, the Rams were based in St. Louis, Missouri. After the NFL and owners approved their move to Los Angeles 30–2 on January 12, 2016, the rivalry became West Coast-based once again, making it a Bay Area–Los Angeles rivalry (similar to the Dodgers–Giants rivalry, Kings–Sharks rivalry, and the California Clasico).

In 2011, the 49ers took the all-time series lead for the first time in 13 years, and only the second time in the rivalry's history. The Rams tied it back up with a win at Edward Jones Dome in 2012, but then they lost both 2013 games to the 49ers.

The Rams were the only team to lose to the 49ers in 2016, as both wins for the 49ers were against the Rams. As of the end of the 2018 season, San Francisco leads the all-time series.

Game results[edit]

Post Season Meeting Tied Game Overtime Result Winners in Bold

1950s (Rams 12–7–1)[edit]

Year Day Date Home Team Result Visiting Team Venue Attendance Series
1950 Sunday October 1 San Francisco 49ers 14–35 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 27,262 1–0–0 LA
Sunday November 5 Los Angeles Rams 28–21 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 33,234 2–0–0 LA
1951 Sunday October 28 San Francisco 49ers 44–17 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 49,538 2–1–0 LA
Sunday November 4 Los Angeles Rams 23–16 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 54,346 3–1–0 LA
1952 Sunday November 23 Los Angeles Rams 35–9 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 77,698 4–1–0 LA
Sunday November 30 San Francisco 49ers 21–34 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 48,731 5–1–0 LA
1953 Sunday October 4 San Francisco 49ers 31–30 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 43,922 5–2–0 LA
Sunday November 8 Los Angeles Rams 27–31 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 85,865 5–3–0 LA
1954 Sunday October 3 Los Angeles Rams 24–24 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 93,621 5–3–1 LA
Sunday November 7 San Francisco 49ers 34–42 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 58,958 6–3–1 LA
1955 Sunday September 25 San Francisco 49ers 23–14 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 60,100 7–3–1 LA
Sunday November 6 Los Angeles Rams 27–14 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 85,302 8–3–1 LA
1956 Sunday October 7 San Francisco 49ers 33–30 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 54,589 8–4–1 LA
Sunday November 11 Los Angeles Rams 30–6 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 69,828 9–4–1 LA
1957 Sunday October 6 San Francisco 49ers 23–20 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 59,637 9–5–1 LA
Sunday November 10 Los Angeles Rams 37–24 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 102,368 10–5–1 LA
1958 Sunday October 5 San Francisco 49ers 3–33 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 73,164 11–5–1 LA
Sunday November 9 Los Angeles Rams 56–7 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 95,082 12–5–1 LA
1959 Sunday October 4 San Francisco 49ers 34–0 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 56,028 12–6–1 LA
Sunday November 8 Los Angeles Rams 16–24 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 94,376 12–7–1 LA

1960s (Rams 10–9–1)[edit]

Year Day Date Home Team Result Visiting Team Venue Attendance Series
1960 Sunday October 2 San Francisco 49ers 13–9 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 53,633 12–8–1 LA
Sunday December 4 Los Angeles Rams 7–23 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 77,254 12–9–1 LA
1961 Sunday October 8 San Francisco 49ers 35–0 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 59,004 12–10–1 LA
Sunday November 12 Los Angeles Rams 17–7 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 63,766 13–10–1 LA
1962 Sunday October 28 San Francisco 49ers 14–28 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 51,033 14–10–1 LA
Sunday November 12 Los Angeles Rams 17–24 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 42,554 14–11–1 LA
1963 Sunday October 27 Los Angeles Rams 28–21 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 45,532 15–11–1 LA
Sunday December 1 San Francisco 49ers 17–21 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 33,321 16–11–1 LA
1964 Sunday October 18 Los Angeles Rams 42–14 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 54,355 17–11–1 LA
Sunday December 6 San Francisco 49ers 28–7 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 31,791 17–12–1 LA
1965 Sunday October 17 San Francisco 49ers 45–21 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 38,615 17–13–1 LA
Sunday November 21 Los Angeles Rams 27–30 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 39,733 17–14–1 LA
1966 Friday September 30 Los Angeles Rams 34–3 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 45,642 18–14–1 LA
Sunday November 6 San Francisco 49ers 21–13 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 35,372 18–15–1 LA
1967 Sunday October 8 Los Angeles Rams 24–27 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 60,424 18–16–1 LA
Sunday November 5 San Francisco 49ers 7–17 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 53,194 19–16–1 LA
1968 Sunday October 6 Los Angeles Rams 24–10 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 69,520 20–16–1 LA
Sunday November 17 San Francisco 49ers 20–20 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 41,815 20–16–2 LA
1969 Sunday October 12 San Francisco 49ers 21–27 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 45,995 21–16–2 LA
Sunday November 9 Los Angeles Rams 41–30 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 73,975 22–16–2 LA

1970s (Rams 17–3)[edit]

Year Day Date Home Team Result Visiting Team Venue Attendance Series
1970 Sunday October 11 Los Angeles Rams 6–20 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 77,272 22–17–2 LA
Sunday November 29 San Francisco 49ers 13–30 Los Angeles Rams Kezar Stadium 59,602 23–17–2 LA
1971 Sunday October 10 San Francisco 49ers 13–20 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 44,000 24–17–2 LA
Sunday November 21 Los Angeles Rams 17–6 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 80,050 25–17–2 LA
1972 Sunday October 8 Los Angeles Rams 31–7 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 77,382 26–17–2 LA
Monday December 4 San Francisco 49ers 16–26 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 61,214 27–17–2 LA
1973 Sunday September 30 San Francisco 49ers 14–37 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 57,487 28–17–2 LA
Sunday November 18 Los Angeles Rams 31–13 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 78,358 29–17–2 LA
1974 Sunday October 20 Los Angeles Rams 37–14 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 74,070 30–17–2 LA
Monday November 4 San Francisco 49ers 13–15 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 57,502 31–17–2 LA
1975 Sunday September 28 San Francisco 49ers 14–23 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 57,379 32–17–2 LA
Sunday November 9 Los Angeles Rams 23–24 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 74,064 32–18–2 LA
1976 Monday October 11 Los Angeles Rams 0–16 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 80,532 32–19–2 LA
Sunday November 21 San Francisco 49ers 3–23 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 58,573 33–19–2 LA
1977 Sunday October 2 Los Angeles Rams 34–14 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 55,466 34–19–2 LA
Sunday November 20 San Francisco 49ers 10–23 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 56,779 35–19–2 LA
1978 Sunday October 8 Los Angeles Rams 27–10 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 59,337 36–19–2 LA
Sunday November 19 San Francisco 49ers 28–31 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 45,022 37–19–2 LA
1979 Sunday September 16 Los Angeles Rams 27–24 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 44,303 38–19–2 LA
Sunday November 25 San Francisco 49ers 20–26 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 49,282 39–19–2 LA

1980s (49ers 13–8)[edit]

Year Day Date Home Team Result Visiting Team Venue Attendance Series
1980 Sunday October 5 Los Angeles Rams 48–26 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 62,188 40–19–2 LA
Sunday October 19 San Francisco 49ers 17–31 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 55,306 41–19–2 LA
1981 Sunday October 25 San Francisco 49ers 20–17 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 59,190 41–20–2 LA
Sunday November 22 Los Angeles Rams 31–33 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 63,456 41–21–2 LA
1982 Thursday December 2 Los Angeles Rams 24–30 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 58,574 41–22–2 LA
Sunday January 2 San Francisco 49ers 20–21 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 54,256 42–22–2 LA
1983 Sunday October 9 San Francisco 49ers 7–10 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 59,119 43–22–2 LA
Sunday October 23 Los Angeles Rams 35–45 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 66,070 43–23–2 LA
1984 Sunday October 28 Los Angeles Rams 0–33 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 65,481 43–24–2 LA
Friday December 14 San Francisco 49ers 19–16 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 59,743 43–25–2 LA
1985 Sunday October 27 Los Angeles Rams 14–28 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 65,939 43–26–2 LA
Monday December 9 San Francisco 49ers 20–27 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 60,581 44–26–2 LA
1986 Sunday September 14 Los Angeles Rams 16–13 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 65,195 45–26–2 LA
Friday December 19 San Francisco 49ers 24–14 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 60,366 45–27–2 LA
1987 Sunday November 1 Los Angeles Rams 10–31 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 55,328 45–28–2 LA
Sunday December 27 San Francisco 49ers 48–0 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 57,950 45–29–2 LA
1988 Sunday October 16 Los Angeles Rams 21–24 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 65,450 45–30–2 LA
Sunday December 18 San Francisco 49ers 16–38 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 62,444 46–30–2 LA
1989 Sunday October 1 San Francisco 49ers 12–13 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 64,250 47–30–2 LA
Monday December 11 Los Angeles Rams 27–30 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 67,959 47–31–2 LA
Sunday January 14 San Francisco 49ers 30–3 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 64,769 47–32–2 LA

1990s (49ers 17–3)[edit]

Year Day Date Home Team Result Visiting Team Venue Attendance Series
1990 Sunday November 25 San Francisco 49ers 17–28 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 62,633 48–32–2 LA
Monday December 17 Los Angeles Rams 10–26 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 65,619 48–33–2 LA
1991 Sunday September 22 San Francisco 49ers 27–10 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 63,871 48–34–2 LA
Monday November 25 Los Angeles Rams 10–33 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 61,881 48–35–2 LA
1992 Sunday October 4 San Francisco 49ers 27–24 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 63,071 48–36–2 LA
Sunday November 22 Los Angeles Rams 10–27 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 65,858 48–37–2 LA
1993 Sunday October 31 San Francisco 49ers 40–17 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 63,417 48–38–2 LA
Sunday November 28 Los Angeles Rams 10–35 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 62,143 48–39–2 LA
1994 Sunday September 18 Los Angeles Rams 19–34 San Francisco 49ers Anaheim Stadium 56,479 48–40–2 LA
Sunday November 20 San Francisco 49ers 31–27 Los Angeles Rams Candlestick Park 62,774 48–41–2 LA
1995 Sunday October 22 St. Louis Rams 10–44 San Francisco 49ers Busch Memorial Stadium 59,915 48–42–2 STL
Sunday November 26 San Francisco 49ers 41–13 St. Louis Rams 3Com Park 70,031 48–43–2 STL
1996 Sunday September 8 San Francisco 49ers 34–0 St. Louis Rams 3Com Park 63,624 48–44–2 STL
Sunday October 6 St. Louis Rams 11–28 San Francisco 49ers Trans World Dome 61,260 48–45–2 STL
1997 Sunday September 7 St. Louis Rams 12–15 San Francisco 49ers Trans World Dome 64,630 48–46–2 STL
Sunday October 12 San Francisco 49ers 30–10 St. Louis Rams 3Com Park 63,825 48–47–2 STL
1998 Sunday October 25 St. Louis Rams 10–28 San Francisco 49ers Trans World Dome 58,563 48–48–2
Sunday December 27 San Francisco 49ers 38–19 St. Louis Rams 3Com Park 68,386 49–48–2 SF
1999 Sunday October 10 St. Louis Rams 42–20 San Francisco 49ers Trans World Dome 65,872 49–49–2
Sunday November 21 San Francisco 49ers 7–23 St. Louis Rams 3Com Park 68,193 50–49–2 STL

2000s (Tied 10–10)[edit]

Year Day Date Home Team Result Visiting Team Venue Attendance Series
2000 Sunday September 17 St. Louis Rams 41–24 San Francisco 49ers Trans World Dome 69,945 51–49–2 STL
Sunday October 29 San Francisco 49ers 24–34 St. Louis Rams 3Com Park 73,224 52–49–2 STL
2001 Sunday September 23 San Francisco 49ers 26–30 St. Louis Rams 3Com Park 67,536 53–49–2 STL
Sunday December 9 St. Louis Rams 27–14 San Francisco 49ers The Dome at America's Center 66,218 54–49–2 STL
2002 Sunday October 6 San Francisco 49ers 37–13 St. Louis Rams San Francisco Stadium 67,853 54–50–2 STL
Monday December 30 St. Louis Rams 31–20 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 66,118 55–50–2 STL
2003 Sunday September 14 St. Louis Rams 27–24 OT San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 65,990 56–50–2 STL
Sunday November 2 San Francisco 49ers 30–10 St. Louis Rams San Francisco Stadium 67,812 56–51–2 STL
2004 Sunday October 3 San Francisco 49ers 14–24 St. Louis Rams Monster Park 66,696 57–51–2 STL
Sunday December 5 St. Louis Rams 16–6 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 65,793 58–51–2 STL
2005 Sunday September 11 San Francisco 49ers 28–25 St. Louis Rams Monster Park 67,918 58–52–2 STL
Saturday December 24 St. Louis Rams 20–24 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 65,473 58–53–2 STL
2006 Sunday September 17 San Francisco 49ers 20–13 St. Louis Rams Monster Park 67,791 58–54–2 STL
Sunday November 26 St. Louis Rams 20–17 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 65,517 59–54–2 STL
2007 Sunday September 16 St. Louis Rams 16–17 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 65,295 59–55–2 STL
Sunday November 18 San Francisco 49ers 9–13 St. Louis Rams Monster Park 68,039 60–55–2 STL
2008 Sunday November 16 San Francisco 49ers 35–16 St. Louis Rams Candlestick Park 67,573 60–56–2 STL
Sunday December 21 St. Louis Rams 16–17 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 54,948 60–57–2 STL
2009 Sunday October 4 San Francisco 49ers 35–0 St. Louis Rams Candlestick Park 69,732 60–58–2 STL
Sunday January 3 St. Louis Rams 6–28 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 47,965 60–59–2 STL

2010s (49ers 10–5–1)[edit]

Year Day Date Home Team Result Visiting Team Venue Attendance Series
2010 Sunday November 14 San Francisco 49ers 23–20 OT St. Louis Rams Candlestick Park 69,732 60–60–2
Sunday December 26 St. Louis Rams 25–17 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 52,820 61–60–2 STL
2011 Sunday December 4 San Francisco 49ers 26–0 St. Louis Rams Candlestick Park 69,732 61–61–2
Sunday January 1 St. Louis Rams 27–34 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 55,990 62–61–2 SF
2012 Sunday November 11 San Francisco 49ers 24–24 OT St. Louis Rams Candlestick Park 69,732[6] 62–61–3 SF
Sunday December 2 St. Louis Rams 16–13 OT San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 57,279[7] 62–62–3 SF
2013 Thursday September 26 St. Louis Rams 11–35 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 56,640 63–62–3 SF
Sunday December 1 San Francisco 49ers 23–13 St. Louis Rams Candlestick Park 69,732 64–62–3 SF
2014 Monday October 13 St. Louis Rams 17–31 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 56,851 65–62–3 SF
Sunday November 2 San Francisco 49ers 10–13 St. Louis Rams Levi's Stadium 70,799 65–63–3 SF
2015 Sunday November 1 St. Louis Rams 27–6 San Francisco 49ers Edward Jones Dome 51,207 65–64–3 SF
Sunday January 3 San Francisco 49ers 19–16 OT St. Louis Rams Levi's Stadium 70,799 66–64–3 SF
2016 Monday September 12 San Francisco 49ers 28–0 Los Angeles Rams Levi's Stadium 70,178 67–64–3 SF
Saturday December 24 Los Angeles Rams 21–22 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 83,656 68–64–3 SF
2017 Thursday September 21 San Francisco 49ers 39–41 Los Angeles Rams Levi's Stadium 70,178 68–65–3 SF
Sunday December 31 Los Angeles Rams 13-34 San Francisco 49ers Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum 66,125 69–65–3 SF
2018 Sunday October 24 Levi's Stadium
Sunday December 30 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum

See also[edit]

References[edit]

General[edit]

  • 49ers vs Rams Results
  • Craig, Roger; Bill Walsh; and Matt Maiocco (2004). Roger Craig's Tales from the San Francisco 49ers Sideline. Sports Publishing LLC. ISBN 1-58261-307-9.
  • Hession, Joseph (1986). The Rams: Five Decades of Football. Foghorn Press. ISBN 0-935701-40-0.
  • Hunstein, Jim (2000). How 'Bout Them Rams; A Guide to Rams Football History. Palmerston & Reed. ISBN 0-911921-62-1.

Specific[edit]

  1. ^ "Top 10 NFL Rivalries of All Time". Sports Illustrated. Archived from the original on 2007-12-14. Retrieved 2008-01-30.
  2. ^ Hession (1987) 46
  3. ^ Hession (1987) 49
  4. ^ Hession (1987) 158-161
  5. ^ Craig (2004) 37
  6. ^ "Box score". USA Today.
  7. ^ "Box score". USA Today. April 17, 2014.