QB Kyle Boller had an unhappy return to his home state in the 35-0 Rams loss.
The Rams benched LT Alex Barron at halftime after an illegal formation penalty cost them one of their few first downs.
Rams DB Quincy Butler touched a punt that PR Danny Amendola let bounce and then compounded the error by failing to fall on the loose ball leading to a 49ers touchdown.
Amendola opened the game with a 92-yard kickoff return but it was reduced to 27 thanks to a penalty.
The Rams are on pace to score 96 points over 16 games.
After a dominant performance on Sunday, Gwen Knapp of the San Francisco Chronicle wonders if 49ers LB Patrick Willis is the next Ray Lewis.
The 49ers didn’t spend much time patting themselves on the back after the victory.
49ers DE Ray McDonald scored his first career touchdown on a 11-yard fumble return.
The 49ers defense didn’t allow the Rams to get past their 22-yard-line on Sunday.
With four sacks of QB Shaun Hill and only 3.1 yards per carry for RB Glen Coffee, the 49ers offensive line was singled out as needing improvement by coach Mike Singletary.