SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
San Francisco 49ers head coach Chip Kelly voiced his support for Colin Kaepernick, drawing some praise from the QB. Also, notes from the NFC West.
For the San Francisco 49ers, it got ugly fast in Seattle yesterday. The loss left a lot to be desired on both sides of the football, especially QB play.
The 49ers haven't won in Seattle since 2011. Will that change tomorrow as San Francisco faces a Seahawks team that isn't quite what it used to be?
Inside the numbers for San Francisco as they travel to Seattle. Can the 49ers score a divisional win against a Seahawks team they have struggled with?
The San Francisco 49ers head up to the Pacific Northwest for a divisional showdown in Seattle. How will they rebound after a tough loss at Carolina?
While fans may want a change at quarterback in San Francisco, Chip Kelly is making the right choice sticking with Blaine Gabbert. At least for now.
Things may be changing at quarterback in San Francisco. Blaine Gabbert may be the odd man out for the 49ers in favor of Colin Kaepernick.
You won't find many if any moral losses in the NFL. That said, in Carolina, we found out that despite the final score, the 49ers are better than most think.
Odds and predictions for San Francisco as they travel east for an early season match-up with the Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers
After playing some tough defense and shutting out the Rams, can San Francisco do the same to a high powered Carolina offense in week 2?
The Rams might not have been much of a test for San Francisco on Monday night. That'll change on Sunday when they travel to Carolina to play the Panthers.
Divisional rivals will renew their tensions as inter-state competitors, when the newly-relocated Los Angeles Rams face off against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara on Monday, September 12th at 7:20pm PT.
Blaine Gabbert is the starting quarterback, Kaepernick is the back up, and former fullback Bruce Miller managed to help squeeze in an arrest just in time for the regular season. I guess it is true that the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Monday night marks the return of the Los Angeles/San Francisco rivalry as the Rams coming roaring into the Bay to face the 49ers. This game will be the first time in 22 years that this match-up has been a true west coast affair.