49ers cornerback trolls Rams, calls SoFi Stadium ‘Levi South’

49ers cornerback trolls Rams, calls SoFi Stadium ‘Levi South’

San Francisco 49ers cornerback Ambry Thomas. (Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports).
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The San Francisco 49ers are technically the roadway group for the NFC Championship Game versus the Rams, but theyre excited to dip into “Levi South.”.
This years NFC Championship Game is a California animosity match in between north and south and the garbage talk has already started.
San Francisco cornerback Ambry Thomas pursued the Rams house turf with a bold giant on Twitter.
” Can we get a Red out in Levi south this Sunday?” Thomas wrote.

Can we get a Red out in Levi south this Sunday?.
— Ambry Thomas (@Tavonn_) January 25, 2022.

49ers gamer called SoFi Stadium Levi South before NFC title video game.
Thomas and the 49ers are tempted to call LAs SoFi Stadium “Levi South,” after their home Levis Stadium, since the last time they turned up it sounded a lot like a house game. Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford even had to use a quiet count during that January conference.
Los Angeles didnt assist the understanding that 49ers fans would be swarming down to the video game. Initially, the arena limited ticket sales to fans whose charge card zip code remained in southern California. That policy silently vanished after individuals called attention to it.

Naturally, San Francisco would do well not to get too positive ahead of this one, or provide the Rams too much bulletin board material.
The 49ers beat LA in both of their regular-season meetings but its difficult to get 3 wins over anybody in one season. San Francisco had to win that last video game to make the playoffs.
Even if the roadway fans take a trip en mass, the trip back for the Super Bowl will come down to the effort on the field, not the digs on Twitter.

Los Angeles didnt help the understanding that 49ers fans would be swarming down to the video game. The 49ers beat LA in both of their regular-season meetings but its tough to get 3 wins over anyone in one season. San Francisco had to win that last game to make the playoffs. The Rams lost and still won the NFC West department title.