Fourth Quarter/Overtime: C+
If it wasn't for the two-point conversion, the Rams defense would have outscored the Rams offense. Instead, both units contributed eight points to the 16-point total.
With this team, it feels that every week contains the possibility of the defense outscoring the offense, and that's unacceptable.
But even though the offense didn't contribute a touchdown in this game, there are some positives.
For starters, Chris Givens continues to shine and had a phenomenal game in Danny Amendola's absence with 11 catches for 92 yards.
Also, Steven Jackson finished with 117 yards from scrimmage and had an inspiring performance. Despite the offensive struggles, there's no question that the Rams lose this game without Jackson.
As the team adds talent and gains experience in this offensive system, things will hopefully begin to improve. Until then, there's no doubt that this team is inept on offense.
Third Quarter: D+
The third quarter was by far the best offensive quarter of the game for the Rams after driving the ball inside the five-yard-line, but they still failed to score any points despite their efforts.
If the end result is the same, an improved performance doesn't make much of a difference.
Second Quarter: F
The offense was not only shutdown in the first half of the game, but they didn't have a single drive that even resembled production.
The 49ers defense has been made it extremely difficult for the Rams to cross midfield, and at this point even a field-goal would be miraculous.
Brian Schottenheimer has some serious halftime adjustments to attend to.
First Quarter: D
The offense needed to strike early and catch the 49ers defense off-guard, but they were unable to do so and produced zero points in the first two drives.
The sloppy start on offense could have them playing catch-up for the remainder of the game.
On the bright side, Steven Jackson has been a beast running the ball and appears to be the center of the offensive game plan.