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NFC West Recap: Larry Fitzgerald Passes Randy Moss For Third On All-Time Receiving List

A recap of the latest news and notes from around the NFC West division following Week 14’s slate of NFL action.

A recap of the latest news and notes from around the NFC West division following Week 14's slate of NFL action:

Arizona Cardinals (6-7)

What Happened:Four field goals off the foot of kicker Phil Dawson powered Arizona past Tennessee this past Sunday, as the Cardinals defeated the Titans 12-7.

What's Next:The Cardinals head to our nation's capital in Week 15 for a game against the Washington Redskins.

Los Angeles Rams (9-4)

What Happened:The Rams dropped a 43-35 result to the Philadelphia Eagles, but maintain a one-game lead in the division having won six of their eight games since facing Seattle in Week 5.

  • Robert Woods (shoulder), the Rams' second-leading receiver who's missed the past three games, and linebacker Connor Barwin (forearm), who's missed the past two, could be back in the lineup this weekend,'s Myles Simmons reports.
  • Some numbers to know: For the second time in his three NFL seasons, Rams running back Todd Gurley has topped the 1,000-yard rushing mark; first-year receiver Cooper Kupp, a Yakima, Wash. native out of Eastern Washington University, set a Rams franchise record for most receptions by a rookie in a single season (56). Kupp leads all Rams pass catchers, as well as all rookie wideouts across the NFL, with 783 yards receiving.
  • The Rams' latest matchup brought plenty of celebrities to L.A. Coliseum.

What's Next:First place in the NFC West will be on the line this Sunday at CenturyLink Field, where Los Angeles faces the Seahawks (8-5) at 1:05 p.m. PT.

San Francisco 49ers (3-10)

What Happened:Making his second start for the 49ers, quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo helped lead the club to a 26-16 win over the Houston Texans, San Francisco's first set of back-to-back wins since the 2014 season. Garoppolo finished Sunday's game 20-of-33 for a career-high 334 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

What's Next:After two games on the road, the 49ers return to the Bay Area in Week 15 for a game against the Titans.

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