"I think the guys all across the board, I know there's like six of us that have been in 100 percent of the snaps so far, so kinda going through that, and just allowing to be off our feet, and I think getting away from the coaches in certain senses are good, and the coaches getting away from us are good, and coming back refreshed and ready to go".
"No other city I would want to be in", he said. And let's not forget the Rams are trying to remain the lone unbeaten team in the National Football League with a 6-0 record entering Sunday. "We're very lucky to be in this position but we've worked to get here".
"There's really not anything that Todd can't do in terms of what you ask him", coach Sean McVay said. "We try to do everything we can, but especially somebody like him that takes the pounding and has the amount of work that he's getting right now". We're definitely not proud of today. We're not into any moral victories here. We have to fix the turnovers.
Beathard has thrown seven interceptions and lost three fumbles in four starts as the 49ers have committed 14 straight turnovers since their last takeaway on September 30 against the Chargers. Like in the past weeks, I feel that the Rams will win this week, and continue to dominate. Cory Littleton having two sacks and a blocked punt for a safety; and Troy Hill and John Johnson III also intercepted passes.
The turnovers set up 24 points for the Rams, who put up the big scoring day despite gaining a season-low 331 yards of offence.
Gurley scored on a 7-yard run in the second quarter after a fumble by Breida and 1-yard run after Johnson's interception in the third.
GREEN BAY, WI - OCTOBER 15: Davante Adams #17 of the Green Bay Packers catches a pass for a touchdown in front of Greg Mabin #26 of the San Francisco 49ers during the second half at Lambeau Field on October 15, 2018 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. No matter if it's our fault he's always taking the blame and saying he could do a better job.
A few months ago, this was viewed as one of the most exciting games of Week 7 since the thought of Jared Goff and Jimmy Garoppolo squaring off against one another for the first time in a meaningful game seemed like the start of a new great rivalry. The statues are 23 yards apart - the same distance that was between Montana and Clark on the game-winning play during the NFC title game win over Dallas on January 10, 1982. Sunday's game will mark the 138th meeting between the Rams and 49ers.