Recap: Resting starters, Rams lose to 49ers, 34-13 | Rams’ Official Site
With many of their starters resting, the Rams struggled to find their rhythm on offense falling to the 49ers 34-13 in Los Angeles’ regular-season finale.
Rams sit starters, lose 34-13 to the 49ers | LA Times
The last time the Atlanta Falcons visited the Coliseum, they routed the Rams so badly the coach lost his job the next day.
Someday, perhaps a lot sooner than many would have anticipated, the Rams and the San Francisco 49ers will rekindle a long-standing rivalry in the NFC West. But Sunday's regular-season finale was a far cry from the beginning of it.
Refocused: Rams 13, 49ers 34 | Pro Football Focus
The San Francisco 49ers started the season 1-10, but a quarterback switch to trade acquisition Jimmy Garoppolo led to a hot streak, with the team winning each of its last five games to finish 6-10 after a 34-13 win over the Los Angeles Rams Sunday.
Rams to play Falcons in Wild Card round | Rams’ Official Site
For most of Sunday afternoon, it looked as if the Rams would finish the season as the NFC's No. 4 seed and take on the Panthers at No. 5 next weekend.
Rams to host Atlanta after backup-heavy loss to 49ers | OC Register
The Rams will be fresh-faced and attentive for the first day of work as a playoff team. The Atlanta Falcons might have their shirts untucked and their feet up on desks.
Rams cornerback Kevin Peterson made the most of his opportunity in his first NFL start, intercepting two passes Sunday in the team’s 34-13 loss to the San Francisco 49ers at the Coliseum.
Goff and Co. kick back on Sunday instead of kick butt | LA Daily News
It happened Sunday. Finally. On the last afternoon of the regular season. In a game that kicked off in Week 17’s latest time slot. With just a few hours remaining in 2017. The Rams finally did something that everyone predicted before the year began.
Hill, Countess in concussion protocol | Rams Wire
The Rams made the wise decision to protect their starters in Week 17, knowing their playoff positioning would only change by a maximum of one seed no matter the outcome of their game.
A preview of the NFC wild-card matchup between the Atlanta Falcons and Los Angeles Rams