NFC West Recap: Jimmy Garoppolo To Make First Start For 49ers

A recap of the latest news around the NFC West division heading into Week 13.

Here's a recap of the latest news around the NFC West division: 

San Francisco 49ers (1-10)

What happened: The 49ers fell 24-13 at home to the Seahawks in Week 13.

Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo will make his first start for the 49ers this week with C.J. Beathard out due to injury.

Keiana Martin of 49ers.com recapped a few numbers from Garoppolo's career. 

Team reporter Joe Fann looked at the 49ers' snap counts from their loss against Seattle. 

What's Next: San Francisco will travel to Chicago to face the Bears in Week 13. 

Arizona Cardinals (5-6)

What happened:The Cardinals edged Jacksonville 27-24 at home in Week 12. 

Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said he would feel pretty comfortable with Blaine Gabbert as his starting quarterback next season if Carson Palmer decides to retire. 

The Cardinals brought back a familiar face with money linebacker Deone Buchanan injured. 

Here's a look at the cleats Cardinals players got designed for the NFL's "My Cause, My Cleats" initiative. 

What's Next:Arizona hosts division rival Los Angeles at home this weekend. 

Los Angeles Rams (8-3)

What happened: The Rams snapped New Orleans' winning streak after defeating the Saints 26-20. 

The Rams will be getting a boost to their roster depth this week. 

Players for the Rams had a cool unboxing of their cleats for My Cause, My Cleats. 

Finally, Rams athletic trainer Hilary Stepansky showed fans how she helps prepare the team for practice. 

What's Next:The Rams will look to win their ninth game of the season in Arizona. 

Team photographer Rod Mar shares exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the Seahawks' 22-16 win over the Arizona Cardinals during Week 10 Thursday Night Football at University of Phoenix Stadium. 

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