No gain to commemorate, no loss to stew about and fuel a fresh week of practice and preparation. Hmmmm, an unusual, baffling tie. Niners focus Jonathan Goodwin contrasted Sunday’s 24-24 finish to a three-hour scrimmage– simply by a bunch of multimillionaires with a nationwide audience watching and bettors fussing. “First time ever,” Goodwin said. “Baseball as a kid, anything, I don’t remember finishing a game tied. It almost felt basically like we got a practice.”. Neither group desired this. Not the NFC West-leading 49ers, with a chance to separate themselves against a division competitor. Or the Rams, excited to snap a three-game losing streak. “It is a huge letdown,” Rams running back Steven Jackson said. 2 typically sure-footed kickers missed out on in overtime as San Francisco and St. Louis played the NFL’s first tie game in four years.
“I have to say, I’ve been doing this a while. I don’t think I’ve ever been in a game like this,” Rams coach Jeff Fisher said. …
“I have to say, I’ve been doing this a while. I don’t think I’ve ever been in a game like this,” Rams coach Jeff Fisher said. “As I told our guys, we had a number of chances to put the game away. And, unfortunately, we didn’t.”
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