San Francisco 49ers vs Kansas City Chiefs Tickets
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The San Francisco 49ers come back in the second half and won for the second consecutive week, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 22-17 at Levi's Stadium to move their record to 3-2 on the season. Although the offense continues to struggle under quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the 49ers defense and special teams stepped up and made the plays necessary to seal the win against a solid Chiefs team. The 49ers converted a fake pump deep in their own territory to swing momentum, winning the game behind five field goals from Phil Dawson.
Where the game was won: Early in the 4th quarter the 49ers used a fake punt on fourth and one from their own 29-yard line, with safety Craig Dahl taking a direct snap and gaining the first down up the middle. After the gutsy conversion the 49ers moved the ball down the field to set up Dawson's field goal with 8:42 to play, the eventual go-ahead score. The 49ers defense smothered the Kansas City Chiefs in the second half, making life miserable for former 49ers quarterback Alex Smith, stopping the Chiefs on multiple drives where they could have taken the lead. On the Chiefs final drive Perish Cox intercepted Smith, leaping over tight end Anthony Fasano, to seal the game for the 49ers. Colin Kaepernick passed for 201 yards and the 49ers lone touchdown, with Frank Gore running for 107 yards on the ground. It was far from an efficient performance for the 49ers, but they did enough to win with major help from their defense.
Up Next for the 49ers: The 49ers go on the road next Monday night for a matchup with the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis. San Francisco has struggled at times with the Rams in recent seasons, but St. Louis is now using their third string quarterback after multiple injuries, starting with another season ending knee injury for starting quarterback Sam Bradford. The Rams game is the start of two consecutive road games heading into the bye week, with the visit to St. Louis followed by a big matchup with Peyton Manning and the Broncos the week after next. The Rams are 1-3 on the season after losing a close one to the Philadelphia Eagles on the road 34-28. The loss to the Eagles followed a 34-31 loss versus the Dallas Cowboys. The multiple games with high point totals given up is somewhat disappointing for a Rams team that has several high draft choices in the front seven, with one of the most talented defensive lines in football. Young Austin Davis has taken over at quarterback for the Rams, putting together a solid performance versus the
Eagles with 375 yards passing and 3 touchdowns. You can purchase
Rams vs 49ers tickets for their game at the Edward Jones Dome with No Service Fees.
Prediction: Although they're on the road versus a talented defense, the 49ers defense should be able to dominate the Rams and their young quarterback. 49ers win, 27-13.