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Around the NFC West: Every team at 1-1

Sep 18, 2016 at 5:05 PM--


Despite the San Francisco 49ers' 46-27 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, the team didn't lose any ground within the NFC West. Following two weeks of play, every team within the division now has one win and one loss.



Cardinals beat Buccaneers 40-7


The Arizona Cardinals lost to the New England Patriots last week but followed that up with a beating of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Rams beat Seahawks 9-3


The Los Angeles Rams looked absolutely dreadful against the 49ers during Week 1, but upset the Seahawks 9-3 on Sunday in their first regular season game back in Los Angeles.

NFC West Standings
Overall In Division
49ers 1-1 1-0
Rams 1-1 1-1
Cardinals 1-1 0-0
Seahawks 1-1 0-1





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