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Oakland Raiders: Battle of the Bay Or Clash of the Quarterbacks?

I  guess the sports pundits that laughed at the possibility  of my beloved Oakland Raiders beating the San Francisco Forty Niners at O.co were a little shocked to  see the final score  of 24-13, giving the Raiders  only their second win of the season. So how did this happen? It could be that the Niners and their coaching staff were ... Read More »

Gridiron Classic…No More.

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What happened to our beloved game of Football we knew growing up as kids? The game that called for the survival of the fittest, where the rough and tough not only roamed, but dominated, physically. The game that called for the mano y mano showdown in practice. Tackling drills were spectacles for players, coaches, fans, and parents alike. Lineman battled ... Read More »

49ers: Struggling for Second Half Consistency

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Could this be a coincidence? After three regular season games, the San Francisco 49ers’ have gone scoreless in the second half. Unlike the 49ers, the Arizona Cardinals executed their 2nd half adjustments and prevailed, keeping them undefeated and atop the NFC West division (3-0). At the beginning of the game, the five-wide no-huddle offense was taking quite the effect against ... Read More »

49ers Ready To Take Down Bears

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  I fully Expect the 49ers to return to their bread and butter of running the football to set up the passing game on Sunday night, under the lights, against NFC opponent Chicago Bears. I know we all witnessed last weeks whooping of hated rivals, the Dallas Cowboys, and how the passing game took center stage. Colin Kaepernick threw for ... Read More »

49ers’ Capitalize on a Sloppy Tony Romo

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The San Francisco 49ers just won their 4th straight season-opener under Jim Harbaugh and Co., easily taking down the Dallas Cowboys (28-17) at Jerry Jones’ beloved AT&T stadium. Despite the Niners’ preseason woes, the red and gold came out on all cylinders, both offensively and defensively. It all started with (LB) Dan Skuta stripping the ball from (RB) DeMarco Murray ... Read More »

San Francisco 49ers: Here’s to a Great Season

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Richard Sherman made a play. Thats it. You can talk about using timeouts, or running the ball, or the referees, or the Offensive Coordinator all you want, but when the book is written, it will note that Richard Sherman made a play. Thats it, and thats all. The Niners did everything right on what turned out to be their last ... Read More »

San Francisco 49ers Must Stop Lynch to Win on Sunday

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There is a reason why Marshawn Lynch is nicknamed “Beast Mode”.  He is one of the toughest running backs in this league that is impossible to tackle with one man.  His nickname’s origin goes all the way back to his playing days in the Bay Area, where he grew up on the streets of Oakland and made him the man ... Read More »

49ers Defense Full Steam Ahead Into Carolina

NaVorro Bowman clinches the game and a playoff spot for the 49ers (ESPN.com)

  With a good chance that Carlos Rogers will suit up this Sunday in Carolina, the San Francisco 49ers will be healthy on both sides of the ball. Even if Rogers does not start his presence on the field during nickel packages will benefit the 49ers and strengthen their secondary even more so. Tramaine Brock has played exceptionally well this season ... Read More »

Power Run Game Versus The Frozen Tundra: 49ers To Battle Green Bay

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  The San Francisco 49ers are in Green Bay ready to battle the Packers and the elements that come with playing in January at Lambeau field. The famous Packers’ home field nick-named the “Frozen Tundra,” will be freezing on Sunday. The frosty temperatures at Lambeau are expected to reach zero or below by halftime, with wind chill expected to reach ... Read More »

From Goat to Hero: Bowman Shuts Down ‘The Stick’ In Style

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On a night where all the legends were out in full force to celebrate the closing of Candlestick Park on Monday Night, the San Francisco 49ers struggled in their presence.  They trailed 10-3 at halftime but coming out of the break, they looked like a completely different team.  The 49ers put up their best scoring second half of the season, ... Read More »

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