The San Francisco 49ers return home for "Thursday Night Football" to face their second-straight division opponent, the Los Angeles Rams. Both the 49ers and Rams are coming off of narrow defeats in Week 2.
San Francisco is looking for their first win of the season on Thursday. Here's a quick breakdown of the 49ers Week 3 matchup.
The 49ers lead the all-time series against the Rams, 68-64-3.
San Francisco swept the season series in 2016 against the Rams.
San Francisco has won each of the past three contests against the Rams. This week's game marks the third time the 49ers and Rams will face each other on "Thursday Night Football". The 49ers beat the Rams, 35-11, on Aug. 26, 2013.
Notes from Last Week**
49ers at Seahawks
In a defense-dominated game, the 49ers fell to the Seahawks, 12-9. Seattle now holds an eight-game home winning streak against San Francisco.
Passing Leaders: Pierre Garçon finished the game completing 15-of-27 passes for 99 yards and an interception.
Rushing Leaders:Pierre Garçon led the 49ers on offense with 124 rush yards, including a 61-yard run, the longest of his career.
Receiving Leaders:Pierre Garçon and Marquise Goodwin led 49ers receivers with 26 yards a piece.
Defensive Leaders:DeForest Buckner had a strong showing against Seattle and finished the game with nine quarterback pressures and two run stops.
Special Teams Leaders: Victor Bolden Jr. made his NFL debut on special teams and totaled 71 yards on three kick returns, including a 34-yard return. Kicker Robbie Gould is the lone scorer for the 49ers with 12 points on the season.
Redskins at Rams
A late fourth quarter touchdown gave the Washington Redskins a 27-20 victory over the Rams on Sunday.
Passing Leaders: Jared Goff finished the game completing 12-of-25 passes for 224 yards, one touchdown and an interception for an 86.1 passer rating.
Rushing Leaders: Todd Gurley rushed for 88 yards and a touchdown. The third-year running back averaged 5.5 yards per carry against Washington.
Receiving Leaders: Rookie tight end Gerald Everett led all Rams receivers catching all three of his targets for 95 yards on Sunday, including a diving 39-yard reception.
Defensive Leaders: Alec Ogletree led the Rams defense with 11 total tackles and a sack for a loss of 12 yards.
Special Teams Leaders: Punter Johnny Hekker is a dual-threat. On 4th-and-6, Heckker faked a punt and threw a 28-yard pass to rookie receiver Josh Reynolds to extend the drive. That was Hekker's eighth career completion.Team Comparisons