St. Louis Rams
The Oakland Raiders fell to 0-10 this season with their 16th consecutive loss overall, dating back to 2013. The 13-6 loss to the San Diego Chargers on the road was a closely fought contest, with the Silver & Black having one last chance—late in the fourth quarter—to tie it up. But it was not to be.
The Denver Broncos and St. Louis Rams are two teams heading in completely opposite directions, but sometimes that’s just the way the schedule falls. The Broncos don’t need a win this week, but want one. The Rams desperately need a win to try and save their season. CBS Sports’ Ian Eagle spoke about their upcoming game and looked at both sides of the spectrum.
SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – They didn’t win until overtime, and it took a huge fourth down play to get there. But the 49ers’ psyche got a 27-24 lift in New Orleans Sunday. “You have confidence, […]
Two NFL teams with 4-4 records, the 49ers and the Saints, meet in New Orleans Sunday.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – The 49ers lost at home to the lowly St. Louis Rams 13-10 Sunday. “There’s no way they should lose to the Rams,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew. […]
San Francisco had a chance late, but couldn’t get the job done, losing to St. Louis. It was the same story after a 49er loss where most of the team played a role. This time around though it was no fault of the defense.
Colin Kaepernick fumbled at the goal line with 2 seconds remaining, and St. Louis sacked the San Francisco quarterback eight times on the way to a 13-10 upset over the 49ers on Sunday.
The 49ers are 10 point favorites to beat the 2-5 Rams at Levi’s Stadium Sunday. But John Madden says St. Louis shouldn’t be taken lightly.
Back in the calendar year of 1984, a whopping 30 years ago now, the then-Los Angeles Raiders and the Seattle Seahawks played two memorable AFC playoff games. The first in January 1984 saw the Raiders beat the Seahawks, and the second in December 1984 saw the tables turned as Seattle knocked out the defending Super Bowl champions.
The 0-7 Oakland Raiders travel to Seattle this weekend to take on the defending Super Bowl champions. And while the 4-3 Seahawks have already lost as many games as they did all of last year, they still are an opponent never to be taken lightly on their home field. Of course, the winless Silver & Black can’t take any team lightly these days as they look to snap a 13-game losing streak dating back to last season.