NFC West Power Rankings: Week 11

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Nov 22, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; San Francisco 49ers quarterback Blaine Gabbert (2) looks to pass against the Seattle Seahawks during the third quarter at CenturyLink Field. Seattle defeated San Francisco, 29-13. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

3 – San Francisco 49ers, 3-7 (Previous: 4)

Unlike the Rams, the San Francisco 49ers have a new quarterback, and new results. They couldn’t come away with a win against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, but with Colin Kaepernick out for the season, and probably done as a 49er, they may have found something in Blaine Gabbert. In defeat, the fifth-year QB played relatively well, completing 22 of 34 passes for 264 for a touchdown. Most importantly, Gabbert didn’t turn the ball over.

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The rest of the team, however, wasn’t so good. The team picked up just 59 rushing yards, with 22 coming from Gabbert, and 37 coming from Shaun Draughn. The defense was abysmal, allowing 508 total yards, including 209 yards on the ground from undrafted rookie Thomas Rawls. Never has a running back gained more rushing yards against the 49ers.

The 49ers’ defense only picked up two sacks against a very bad offensive line. Ahmad Brooks had the only full sack, complemented by half-sacks from Quinton Dial and Aaron Lynch. On top of that, the team lost Glenn Dorsey for the season, after he tore his ACL on the first defensive play of the game.

Another divisional game is on the horizon for the 49ers, as they play hosts to the Arizona Cardinals. In their week three meeting, the Cardinals dismantled the 49ers, 47-7.

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