49ers fall short in final minute, lose to Rams 13-10
49ers get on the board first
Kicker Phil Dawson gets the 49ers on the scoreboard with a 34-yard field goal to put San Francisco up 3-0 over the Rams.
Rams respond with field goal
Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein ties the game late in the first quarter with a 37-yard field goal to make it 3-3.
Boldin finds the end zone
Anquan Boldin's 27-yard touchdown catch from Colin Kaepernick in the second quarter put the 49ers up 10-3 over the Rams.
Rams tie game with late first-half touchdown
Rams receiver Kenny Britt's 21-yard touchdown reception tied the game at 10-10 with just over a minute remaining in the first half.
Rams bring it to Kaepernick
Colin Kaepernick was the victim of six first-half sacks courtesy of the Rams defense, including a lost fumble.
Strong safety Antoine Bethea had one of two first-half interceptions against quarterback Austin Davis. The other belonged to cornerback Perrish Cox.
Rams take 4th quarter lead
After a scoreless third quarter, the Rams took a 13-10 lead on a Greg Zuerlein 39-yard field goal with 5:25 remaining in the fourth quarter.
49ers come up short
The 49ers got the ball back with 3:11 to go. Starting at their own 12-yard line, they moved the ball all the way down to the Rams' 1-yard line, where Colin Kaepernick tried a QB-sneak with nine seconds left. The snap was bobbled, but Kaepernick tried to push forward. but the refs ruled that he fumbled before crossing the goalline. The Rams recovered. The play was reviewed and upheld, sealing the 13-10 victory. After the game, Kaepernick said "I know I crossed the line."
49ers fall to 4-4
The loss to the Rams drops the 49ers to 4-4 and into third place in the NFC West behind the Cardinals (7-1) and Seahawks (5-3).