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Key stats from the 49ers’ 20-17 loss to the Rams in the NFC Championship Game

Jan 30, 2022 at 8:55 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers were eliminated from the playoffs by the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game. The Bay Area team lost 20-17 at SoFi Stadium.

Below are several statistics and notes from Sunday's game, which were provided by the 49ers Communications staff.



Offensive Line


  • The 49ers offensive line did not allow a sack for the 2nd time this postseason [at Dal (1/16/22)]. It marks the first time a team has allowed 0 sacks in 2-or-more postseason games in the same postseason since the 2018 New England Patriots accomplished the feat [vs. LAC (1/13/19) and at KC (1/20/19)].

Jimmy Garoppolo


  • QB Jimmy Garoppolo completed 16 of 30 atts. for a postseason career-high 232 yds. and 2 TDs, including a postseason career-long 44-yd. completion to WR Deebo Samuel.

Deebo Samuel


  • WR Deebo Samuel registered 4 recepts. for a postseason career-high 72 yds. and 1 TD on the night, including a postseason career-long 44-yd. TD recept. He also added 7 rushing atts. for 26 yds. on the ground.
  • Samuel became the first member of the 49ers to lead the team in both rushing and receiving yds. in a postseason game since RB Ricky Watters did so 1/15/94 vs. NYG (NFC-D).

George Kittle


  • TE George Kittle registered 2 recepts. for 27 yds. and 1 TD on the night. His 16-yd. TD recept. was the first of his postseason career.

Nick Bosa


  • DL Nick Bosa registered 6 tackles and 1.5 sacks on the night. He now has 8.0 sacks in the 6 games of his postseason career, including at least 0.5 in each.
  • Bosa's 8.0 postseason sacks are the most in postseason franchise history.

Most Career Sacks By A Member Of The 49ers In The Postseason, Since 1982
Rank Player Games Sacks
1. Nick Bosa 6 8.0
2. Charles Haley 12 7.5
3t. Tim Harris 6 6.5
Dwaine Board 7 6.5
Ahmad Brooks 8 6.5

  • Bosa's 8.0 sacks in his first 6 postseason games are the 3rd-most in NFL postseason history.

Most Sacks Through A Player's First 6 Career Postseason Game, Since 1982
Rank Player Sacks
1. LaMarr Woodley 10.0
2. Richard Dent 9.5
3. Nick Bosa 8.0
4t. Michael Strahan 7.5
Greg Townsend 7.5

Jimmie Ward


  • DB Jimmie Ward notched 8 tackles and 1 INT on the night, marking his first career postseason INT.

K'Waun Williams


  • CB K'Waun Williams finished with 3 tackles and 1 PD on the night. He finished with 4 PDs this postseason, tied for the 4th-most in a single postseason in franchise history.

Most PDs In A Single Postseason, Franchise History
Rank Player Year PDs
1. Deion Sanders 1994 7
2. Eric Davis 1994 6
3. Tim McDonald 1996 5
4t. K'Waun Williams 2021 4
Emmanuel Moseley 2019 4
Carlos Rogers 2011 4
Julian Peterson 2002 4

Samson Ebukam


  • DL Samson Ebukam registered 3 tackles and 0.5 sack. He now has at least 0.5 sack in three consecutive postseason games and 2.0 sacks in his postseason career.

Robbie Gould


  • K Robbie Gould connected on a 38-yd. FG. He remains a perfect 21 of 21 in his postseason career, including a 13 of 13 mark with the 49ers, which ranks tied for the most FGM in postseason franchise history.



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