St. Louis Rams Vs. San Francisco 49ers
Regular Season/Postseason Results

Season Date Result
2004 December 5, 2004 St. Louis Rams 16, San Francisco 49ers 6
  October 3, 2004 St. Louis Rams 24, San Francisco 49ers 14
2003 November 2, 2003 San Francisco 49ers 30, St. Louis Rams 10
  September 14, 2003 St. Louis Rams 27, San Francisco 49ers 24, OT
2002 December 30, 2002 St. Louis Rams 31, San Francisco 49ers 20
  October 6, 2002 San Francisco 49ers 37, St. Louis Rams 13
2001 December 9, 2001 St. Louis Rams 27, San Francisco 49ers 14
  September 23, 2001 St. Louis Rams 30, San Francisco 49ers 26
2000 October 29, 2000 St. Louis Rams 34, San Francisco 49ers 24
  September 17, 2000 St. Louis Rams 41, San Francisco 49ers 24
1999 November 21, 1999 St. Louis Rams 23, San Francisco 49ers 7
  October 10, 1999 St. Louis Rams 42, San Francisco 49ers 20
1998 December 27, 1998 San Francisco 49ers 38, St. Louis Rams 19
  October 25, 1998 San Francisco 49ers 28, St. Louis Rams 10
1997 October 12, 1997 San Francisco 49ers 30, St. Louis Rams 10
  September 7, 1997 San Francisco 49ers 15, St. Louis Rams 12
1996 October 6, 1996 San Francisco 49ers 28, St. Louis Rams 11
  September 8, 1996 San Francisco 49ers 34, St. Louis Rams 0
1995 November 26, 1995 San Francisco 49ers 41, St. Louis Rams 13
  October 22, 1995 San Francisco 49ers 44, St. Louis Rams 10
1994 November 20, 1994 San Francisco 49ers 31, Los Angeles Rams 27
  September 18, 1994 San Francisco 49ers 34, Los Angeles Rams 19
1993 November 28, 1993 San Francisco 49ers 35, Los Angeles Rams 10
  October 31, 1993 San Francisco 49ers 40, Los Angeles Rams 17
1992 November 22, 1992 San Francisco 49ers 27, Los Angeles Rams 10
  October 4, 1992 San Francisco 49ers 27, Los Angeles Rams 24
1991 November 25, 1991 San Francisco 49ers 33, Los Angeles Rams 10
  September 22, 1991 San Francisco 49ers 27, Los Angeles Rams 10
1990 December 17, 1990 San Francisco 49ers 26, Los Angeles Rams 10
  November 25, 1990 Los Angeles Rams 28, San Francisco 49ers 17
1989 January 14, 1990 San Francisco 49ers 30, Los Angeles Rams 3
  December 11, 1989 San Francisco 49ers 30, Los Angeles Rams 27
  October 1, 1989 Los Angeles Rams 13, San Francisco 49ers 12
1988 December 18, 1988 Los Angeles Rams 38, San Francisco 49ers 16
  October 16, 1988 San Francisco 49ers 24, Los Angeles Rams 21
1987 December 27, 1987 San Francisco 49ers 48, Los Angeles Rams 0
  November 1, 1987 San Francisco 49ers 31, Los Angeles Rams 10
1986 December 19, 1986 San Francisco 49ers 24, Los Angeles Rams 14
  September 14, 1986 Los Angeles Rams 16, San Francisco 49ers 13
1985 December 9, 1985 Los Angeles Rams 27, San Francisco 49ers 20
  October 27, 1985 San Francisco 49ers 28, Los Angeles Rams 14
1984 December 14, 1984 San Francisco 49ers 19, Los Angeles Rams 16
  October 28, 1984 San Francisco 49ers 33, Los Angeles Rams 0
1983 October 23, 1983 San Francisco 49ers 45, Los Angeles Rams 35
  October 9, 1983 Los Angeles Rams 10, San Francisco 49ers 7
1982 January 2, 1983 Los Angeles Rams 21, San Francisco 49ers 20
  December 2, 1982 San Francisco 49ers 30, Los Angeles Rams 24
1981 November 22, 1981 San Francisco 49ers 33, Los Angeles Rams 31
  October 25, 1981 San Francisco 49ers 20, Los Angeles Rams 17
1980 October 19, 1980 Los Angeles Rams 31, San Francisco 49ers 17
  October 5, 1980 Los Angeles Rams 48, San Francisco 49ers 26
1979 November 25, 1979 Los Angeles Rams 26, San Francisco 49ers 20
  September 16, 1979 Los Angeles Rams 27, San Francisco 49ers 24
1978 November 19, 1978 Los Angeles Rams 31, San Francisco 49ers 28
  October 8, 1978 Los Angeles Rams 27, San Francisco 49ers 10
1977 November 20, 1977 Los Angeles Rams 23, San Francisco 49ers 10
  October 2, 1977 Los Angeles Rams 34, San Francisco 49ers 14
1976 November 21, 1976 Los Angeles Rams 23, San Francisco 49ers 3
  October 11, 1976 San Francisco 49ers 16, Los Angeles Rams 0
1975 November 9, 1975 San Francisco 49ers 24, Los Angeles Rams 23
  September 28, 1975 Los Angeles Rams 23, San Francisco 49ers 14
1974 November 4, 1974 Los Angeles Rams 15, San Francisco 49ers 13
  October 20, 1974 Los Angeles Rams 37, San Francisco 49ers 14
1973 November 18, 1973 Los Angeles Rams 31, San Francisco 49ers 13
  September 30, 1973 Los Angeles Rams 40, San Francisco 49ers 20
1972 December 4, 1972 Los Angeles Rams 26, San Francisco 49ers 16
  October 8, 1972 Los Angeles Rams 31, San Francisco 49ers 7
1971 November 21, 1971 Los Angeles Rams 17, San Francisco 49ers 6
  October 10, 1971 Los Angeles Rams 20, San Francisco 49ers 13
1970 November 29, 1970 Los Angeles Rams 30, San Francisco 49ers 13
  October 11, 1970 San Francisco 49ers 20, Los Angeles Rams 6
1969 November 9, 1969 Los Angeles Rams 41, San Francisco 49ers 30
  October 12, 1969 Los Angeles Rams 27, San Francisco 49ers 21
1968 November 17, 1968 San Francisco 49ers 20, Los Angeles Rams 20
  October 6, 1968 Los Angeles Rams 24, San Francisco 49ers 10
1967 November 5, 1967 Los Angeles Rams 17, San Francisco 49ers 7
  October 8, 1967 San Francisco 49ers 27, Los Angeles Rams 24
1966 November 6, 1966 San Francisco 49ers 21, Los Angeles Rams 13
  September 30, 1966 Los Angeles Rams 34, San Francisco 49ers 3
1965 November 21, 1965 San Francisco 49ers 30, Los Angeles Rams 27
  October 17, 1965 San Francisco 49ers 45, Los Angeles Rams 21
1964 December 6, 1964 San Francisco 49ers 28, Los Angeles Rams 7
  October 18, 1964 Los Angeles Rams 42, San Francisco 49ers 14
1963 December 1, 1963 Los Angeles Rams 21, San Francisco 49ers 17
  October 27, 1963 Los Angeles Rams 28, San Francisco 49ers 21
1962 November 18, 1962 San Francisco 49ers 24, Los Angeles Rams 17
  October 28, 1962 Los Angeles Rams 28, San Francisco 49ers 14
1961 November 12, 1961 Los Angeles Rams 17, San Francisco 49ers 7
  October 8, 1961 San Francisco 49ers 35, Los Angeles Rams 0
1960 December 4, 1960 San Francisco 49ers 23, Los Angeles Rams 7
  October 2, 1960 San Francisco 49ers 13, Los Angeles Rams 9
1959 November 8, 1959 San Francisco 49ers 24, Los Angeles Rams 16
  October 4, 1959 San Francisco 49ers 34, Los Angeles Rams 0
1958 November 9, 1958 Los Angeles Rams 56, San Francisco 49ers 7
  October 5, 1958 Los Angeles Rams 33, San Francisco 49ers 3
1957 November 10, 1957 Los Angeles Rams 37, San Francisco 49ers 24
  October 6, 1957 San Francisco 49ers 23, Los Angeles Rams 20
1956 November 11, 1956 Los Angeles Rams 30, San Francisco 49ers 6
  October 7, 1956 San Francisco 49ers 33, Los Angeles Rams 30
1955 November 6, 1955 Los Angeles Rams 27, San Francisco 49ers 14
  September 25, 1955 Los Angeles Rams 23, San Francisco 49ers 14
1954 November 7, 1954 Los Angeles Rams 42, San Francisco 49ers 34
  October 3, 1954 Los Angeles Rams 24, San Francisco 49ers 24
1953 November 8, 1953 San Francisco 49ers 31, Los Angeles Rams 27
  October 4, 1953 San Francisco 49ers 31, Los Angeles Rams 30
1952 November 30, 1952 Los Angeles Rams 34, San Francisco 49ers 21
  November 23, 1952 Los Angeles Rams 35, San Francisco 49ers 9
1951 November 4, 1951 Los Angeles Rams 23, San Francisco 49ers 16
  October 28, 1951 San Francisco 49ers 44, Los Angeles Rams 17
1950 November 5, 1950 Los Angeles Rams 28, San Francisco 49ers 21
  October 1, 1950 Los Angeles Rams 35, San Francisco 49ers 14

St. Louis Rams lead series 58-51-2
Points Scored: St. Louis Rams 2465, San Francisco 49ers 2462

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TOMMY'S TRICKS

On a Monday night in 1972 the Rams were losing 16-13 early in the fourth quarter.

It's 3rd and 4 on the Niner's 7 yard line.

Then the most bizarre play EVER on MNF happened. And only a Tommy Prothro could of thought of this play.

Five Ram players on the right hashmark and a backfield without Roman Gabriel.

Before the Niners could call a timeout, the Rams snap it to Jim Bertleson who took the ball to the one yard line for a first down.

The next play the Rams score a TD.

Rams win 26-16.

RAMS ARE FOR REAL

In the 1973 season, the Rams were 2-0 and game 3 was SF in SF.

The experts said the Rams haven't played anyone, wait till they play the niners.

For the first time that season the Rams were behind (niners scored first) 7-0. But, that lasted less than 11 seconds because Cullen Bryant ran the Kickoff back for a TD.

The Rams destroyed the niners 40-20.

Monday's Herald Examiner front page of the sports section in big bold headlines said THE RAMS ARE THE NEW NFL MONSTERS! (I still have it).

On a Monday Night in 1976, the niners whipped us 16-0. Sacking James Harris 9 times. Not our proudest moment.

GENERAL LEE

In 1979, the Rams needed to win to stay even with the Saints for the division title.

With the Rams losing 20-19 late in the 4th quarter. Malavasi sends in Bob Lee at QB.

Lee hits Ron Smith for a 40 yard winning TD.

ONE (OF MANY) RAM NIGHTMARES

You know the worst I have ever felt over a Ram loss wasn't SB 14, those NFC championship games against the Vikings in the 70's (although they are a dead heat) but, was that 1989 Monday Night game when the Rams had a 17 point in the 4th quarter only to see the Niners win by 2. I swear I felt like taking my TV and video recorder down to my garage, closing the garage door starting the car and watching the over again. or fast forward the tape to Taylor's 90 yard TD and putting my lips around the exhaust pipe. I didn't sleep or eat for over 3 days. MALAVASI GOES OUT A WINNER The 49ers have faced the Rams 105 times over the years and there are a number of encounters that stand out. But one unusual meeting occurred during the strike-shortened 1982 season. Despite their 3-5 record entering the Jan. 2, 1983, season finale against the Los Angeles Rams at Candlestick Park, the 49ers needed just one victory over their rival to qualify for the playoffs a year after winning their first Super Bowl title. It was Joe Montana vs. Vince Ferragamo. It was Wendell Tyler against the 49ers' defense. The Niners grabbed a 20-7 halftime lead after Montana hit Renaldo Nehemiah for a 29-yard touchdown late in the second quarter. But Ray Wersching missed the extra point, which seem rather inconsequential at the time. The 49ers were rolling and they were certain they were playoff-bound. But the Rams weren't about to give in. In a bitterly contested second half, the Rams' defense shut down Montana, who was 20-of-38 for 200 yards with two touchdown passes and an interception. But Montana couldn't work his magic in the second half. Tyler pulled the Rams within 20-14 on a 1-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Ferragamo then threw a touchdown pass to George Farmer (remember him) that put the Rams ahead 21-20 in the fourth quarter. The 49ers put Wersching in a position atone for his missed extra point, but Ivory Sully slipped through to block the field-goal attempt late in the game, ending the 49ers' dreams of making another Super Bowl run. And letting Ray Malavasi go out a winner. BATTLE FOR FIRST This was for sole possession of first place. In the first meeting in the 76 season, the Niners sacked Harris 9 times. Shutting out the Rams 16-0. In the first half both defenses took center stage. The Rams were held to 32 yards rushing in the first half, while the Ram defense did better, allowing just 27 yards. Ray Malavasi's defense was sterling. Allowing the leagues number one runner to just 9 yards total. In the second half, a Haden to Jessie 47 yard TD got it rolling. Turnovers did the Niners in. First Rod Perry interception, then Jim Youngblood fumble recovery. And to put icing on the cake, Monte Jackson interception for a TD. The Rams held the Niners to just 7 first downs and under 100 yards total. As the Rams took over first place in the western division with a 23-3 win. RAMS STOP STREAK In a game in 1990 between the Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers the Niners were going for an NFL record of 19 straight wins. All they needed to do was beat a Ram team in turmoil, a Ram team the Niners beat 30-3 just 8 months earlier in the 1989 NFC championship game. To make matters worse, the Rams would be without Henry Ellard. No wonder Vegas had them a 17 point favorite and the money line was 8 to 1. But, Fritz Shurmer put a new scheme for Montana and Company. It was called the Big Nickel. Playing DB's Stewart and Newman as linebackers (one of them played TE Brent Jones). This defense bewildered the Niners so bad that they didn't get their first 1st down until late in the second quarter. Never has Montana looked so bad or so confused. He threw 4 interceptions. With the score 21-17 Rams and less than 11 minutes to go, the Niners had the Rams pinned on the Rams six yard line. The Rams offensive line took control by dominating the 49er defense so completely that the Rams went on a 14 play 11 minute drive for a Ram TD. The Rams stopped the Niners winning streak with a 28-17 win. This Ram win over the Niners would be the last until 1999. Click Here

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