Donovan McNabb wants to know where everyone’s going.
The Rams and 49ers just tripped across each other repeatedly in overtime, finishing in a 24-24 tie. It’s the first tie in the NFL since McNabb and the Eagles drew with the Bengals on Nov. 16, 2008.
It was a ridiculous finish to a game that was played on the fringes all day.
Both Greg Zuerlein and David Akers missed field goals in overtime, after a delay of game penalty on the Rams erased a 53-yard winner by Zuerlein.
Of course, Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola nearly ended it on the first play. He was betrayed by one of his teammates, with an illegal formation penalty negating an 80-yard reception which nearly went the distance.
Colin Kaepernick played an efficient game in relief of Alex Smith, but the Rams gained 458 yards on the league’s second-ranked defense.
It was a strange day, and the end was probably appropriate.