49ers snap 13-game losing streak, Kaepernick rallies them past Rams 22-21

Dec 24, 2016 at 4:45 PM--


The 49ers avoided their 14th straight loss when Colin Kaepernick produced two touchdown drives and scored the go-ahead, two-point conversion in a 22-21 comeback over the Los Angeles Rams
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