Quarterback Jared Goff needs to bounce back from last week’s 27-20 loss against the Washington Redskins, which included an intercepted pass on the Rams’ final play. Up until that point, the second-year pro mostly had done a good job extending plays, giving receivers a chance to get behind coverage. Goff is completing 66% of his passes, two for touchdowns, with one interception. Running back Todd Gurley showed signs that he might be on the verge of finally breaking out. He had 88 yards and a touchdown in 16 carries against Washington and continued to show that he can be a receiving threat. Gurley scored on an 18-yard touchdown pass play that included Gurley hurdling a defender. Rookie tight end Gerald Everett and receiver Cooper Kupp have emerged as playmakers. Coach Sean McVay is looking for ways to maximize receiver Sammy Watkins, who had only two targets against Washington. He is also trying to find the best way to use Tavon Austin. The 49ers gave up 312 yards in Sunday’s 12-9 loss against the Seattle Seahawks. Linebacker NaVorro Bowman is the cornerstone for a defense that also features linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong and is giving up 299.5 yards and 17.5 points per game. Safety Eric Reid will not play because of a knee injury.