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Around The NFC West: Week 6

The 49ers lose a close one, the Seahawks cruise and the Rams stay unbeaten

WR Marquise Goodwin celebrates a touchdown in the 49ers' loss to the Packers.
WR Marquise Goodwin celebrates a touchdown in the 49ers' loss to the Packers.


Last time out: Packers 33, 49ers 30

Record: 1-5 overall, 0-1 in division

Snapshot: Mason Crosby hit a 27-yard field goal as time expired to give Green Bay the victory. The Packers' final drive was kept alive by an illegal contact penalty on 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman on 3rd-and-15. The teams combined for 27 first-quarter points. The Packers scored 10 points in the final 1:55 to pull out the win.

Notable: 49ers receiver Marquise Goodwin had four catches for 126 yards and two touchdowns. Quarterback C.J. Beathard was 16-of-23 for 245 yards and two scores but threw a crucial interception late. San Francisco's defense gave up 521 yards of total offense.

Quotable: "We had every opportunity to finish and win that game and we didn't get it done," – 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan, via the Associated Press.

Injury Update: Cornerback Jimmie Ward left the game with a hamstring injury.

Next up: The 49ers host the Rams in Week 7

Images of the Cardinals' cheerleaders during the Week 4 matchup against Seattle at State Farm Stadium


Last time out: Seahawks 27, Raiders 3

Record: 3-3 overall, 1-1 in division

Snapshot: The Seahawks scored the first 27 points of the game as they were never seriously threatened. Quarterback Russell Wilson was 17-of-23 for 222 yards with three touchdowns and an interception.

Notable: The Seattle defense sacked Raiders quarterback Derek Carr six times, led by defensive end Frank Clark with two-and-a-half. The Seahawks allowed only 185 total yards. Doug Baldwin had six catches for 91 yards while fellow receivers Jaron Brown, David Moore and Tyler Lockett hauled in touchdown passes.

Quotable: "It felt like a home game. Not only were they so much for us, they made it hard on the other team as well." Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, via, on the crowd support in London for the game

Key Stat: 1996. That's the year Paul Allen bought the Seahawks. The Microsoft co-founder died on Monday at the age of 65.

Next up: The Seahawks have a bye in Week 7


Last time out: Rams 23, Broncos 20

Record: 6-0 overall, 2-0 in division

Snapshot: Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas caught a 1-yard touchdown pass with 1:22 remaining but the ensuing onside kick was knocked out of bounds and the Rams ran out the clock. Los Angeles is the only undefeated team left in the NFL.

Notable: Running back Todd Gurley set a career-high with 208 rushing yards on 28 carries and scored two touchdowns. It was the second game in a row the Broncos allowed an opposing ball-carrier to surpass 200 rushing yards in a game. Robert Woods had seven catches for 109 yards.

Quotable: "It was just kind of easy for me, honestly, because those guys did such a great job." – Gurley, via the Associated Press, on the holes paved for him by blockers

Injury Update: Wide receiver Cooper Kupp suffered a knee sprain in the contest and could miss next week's game.

Next up: The Rams travel to play the 49ers in Week 7