San Francisco 49ers vs. St. Louis Rams: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
The 49ers and Rams end in a tie, 24-all in OT at Candlestick Park
Today's Week 10 game at Candlestick Park between the San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1) and St. Louis Rams (3-5-1) ends in a tie. In this NFC West showdown, it appears no one emerged the victor. Both teams will walk away with a blemish on their record that does them no good.
Despite it resulting in a stalemate, this is a thoroughly entertaining football game from start to finish. It had all the elements football fans could hope for in a single game.
Thanks for hanging out for the Bleacher Report Live Blog of the 49ers and Rams. If you enjoyed today's coverage, follow me on Twitter: @DeSimone80 and be sure to come back next week for San Francisco's Week 11 match-up on Monday Night Football.
The 49ers & Rams play to a 24-24 TIE. It's the 1st tie in an NFL game since Eagles vs. Bengals on 11/16/08— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 12, 2012
Sack by Aldon Smith leaves just :05eft in the game. Barring miracle or penalty, this will be a tie— 95.7 The Game (@957thegame) November 12, 2012
And this game is going to end in a tie
In a long, hard-fought battle in the NFC West, the 49ers and Rams will walk away with a tie on their record. There has not been a tie in the NFL since 2008.
:28 remaining in OT
This game is looking more and more like it's going to end in a tie. Rams still backed up.
Holding on Patrick Willis.
Not the guy to cost his team...anything.
1:08 remaining in OT
Ahmad Brooks is continuing a tremendous game. Three bat-downs in the game.
1:36 remaining in OT
Is it too much to ask for San Francisco's defense to make a play?
Chris Long sacks Colin Kaepernick on third down to take them out of FG range
This was a huge play by the Rams. St. Louis will get another shot here to win this game.
San Francisco has possession with two minutes remaining in the game. And whether or not they score here, the game will be up after time has elapsed. The Niners don't have much further to go, but they need to give David Akers a decent shot to kick a FG if they don't score a TD here.
49ers will get another opportunity, with great starting field position. San Francisco's offense will take over at midfield.
From 58 yards...
DELAY OF GAME ON THE RAMS FG
Here comes Legatron.— Judy Battista (@judybattista) November 12, 2012
The Rams have 424 yards against the 49ers.— Mike Sando, ESPN.com (@espn_nfcwest) November 12, 2012
Danny Amendola's a heck of a ballplayer. Rams need to do what it takes to hold on to him.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 12, 2012
The Rams Are In 49ers Territory with 5:30 remaining in OT
With just a terrific grab by Danny Amendola to move the chains. They are in field goal range.
David Akers: 6th missed FG of season (on 21 attempts). Last season, he was 44-for-52 on field-goal tries— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) November 12, 2012
Akers Missed the Game-Winner
Akers. Oy..— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) November 12, 2012
David Akers' pushes 41-yard field goal wide left. Didn't see that coming. Didn't see the Rams taking the 49ers to OT either (or vice versa(— Cam Inman (@CamInman) November 12, 2012
AKERS PUSHED IT LEFT!
8:37 remaining in OT
And the Niners will line up to kick the field goal here.
Yes, that was Randy Moss blocking on the right edge for Kaepernick.— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) November 12, 2012
10:50 remaining in OT
Colin Kaepernick CONTINUES to use his legs...averaging near 11 YPC. He is keeping plays alive and turning nothing into something on almost a down-by-down basis. He also looks surprisingly relaxed given the game situation.
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