The San Francisco 49ers had one of the worst possible starts to Thursday Night Football that you could have possibly conceived against the Rams.
The Rams kicked off to start the game. On the 49ers’ very first play on offense, Brian Hoyer threw an interception to Nickell Robey-Coleman at the 49ers’ 28-yard line, who took the ball back to the 3.
On the Rams’ first play on offense, Todd Gurley punched it in from 3 yards out to make it a 7-0 game. The Rams scored in the game’s first 12 seconds, despite kicking it off.
Hoyer hasn’t exactly been great on the first play of drives this season:
All of Hoyer's interceptions (3) this year have come on the first play of the drive.— Crucial Mookie (@mookiealexander) September 22, 2017
If Thursday night is going to go like this, it might be pretty interesting after all!