The San Francisco 49ers have replenished their arsenal just in time to face the Los Angeles Rams, and it has paid off handsomely. Raheem Mostert, Richard Sherman and Deebo Samuel all returned from injuries on Sunday to help the team’s efforts in the first quarter.

Richard Sherman made his return after being sidelined for most of the season following a calf injury in Week 1 against the Arizona Cardinals. He didn’t have to do much on Sunday during the first quarter after Jared Goff threw a pass under that landed in the cornerback’s hands before returning it for a touchdown.

Raheem Mostert was certainly missed in the backfield as well. He was sidelined for six games after suffering a knee injury against the Rams in Week 6. He still comes into Week 12 with 303 rushing yards for the season off 51 carries, leading the team in the backfield. He finished his last outing against the Rams with 65 yards from 17 carries, averaging 3.8 yards per rush.

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Deebo Samuel, who was sidelined with a hamstring injury for three games, has made an impact against the Rams as well. The second-year wideout has completed three of his four targets for 62 yards, averaging 20.7 yards per reception.

The 49ers are 4-6 coming into Sunday and are on a four-game losing streak.