Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers blew a 10-point fourth quarter lead to the Kansas City Chiefs with just over six minutes left in Super Bowl LIV last February. According to a California doctor though, San Francisco’s inability to hold off Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City […]
While most of the civilized world is locked down this weekend due to the coronavirus, news around the National Football League is still full steam ahead.
Following San Francisco’s disappointing 31-20 loss in Super Bowl LIV to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, people are quickly playing the blame game with multiple 49ers figures including quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo.
One day removed from the Kansas City Chiefs rallying to defeat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, the oddsmakers wasted little time putting the champs back at the top spot.
As the fourth quarter hit the eight minute mark, it appeared the San Francisco 49ers were on their way to the franchise’s sixth Super Bowl victory. Then, Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes happened in the fourth quarter.
We’ve reached the finish line of the 100th NFL season as the San Francisco 49ers look for their first Super Bowl win since January 1995. Meanwhile, the Kansas City Chiefs are attempting to grab their first Lombardi since January….OF 1970.
Joe Montana will be heading to Miami next week for Super Bowl LIV, which will feature the two teams that he played for during his illustrious NFL career.
Super Bowl LIV could be one of the biggest shootouts in Super Bowl history when the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, February 2. Nonetheless, oddsmakers have already spoken regarding the betting odds for Super Sunday.
One of the early candidates to be a star during Super Bowl week is San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle. He already began to get into Super Bowl form after San Francisco’s victory over Green Bay for the NFC Championship on Sunday.
The San Francisco 49ers scored 37 points in a November win against Green Bay and on Sunday, they hit the magic number again. Behind a franchise-record 220 yards rushing from Raheem Mostert, the 49ers took down the Packers 37-20 in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday.