As per usual, Black Monday looms on the horizon as a slew of NFL head coaches typically get fired following the end of regular season play. We’ve already seen Gus Bradley, Rex Ryan, Jeff Fisher bite the dust during the 2016 season. Now, it appears a few more […]
The NFL does cool things every once in awhile. Prior to the start of the 2016 season, the NFL began posting historical games in full on You Tube, rather than ripping them off You Tube and doing zero with it.
The San Francisco 49ers host the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday in a game that may bring back some old memories to fans of the two squads. Dallas and San Francisco famously met in three straight NFC Championship games from 1992 to ’94.
Last night during the fourth quarter of an absolutely dreadful Rams-49ers battle, a fan got loose on the field. Historically, radio and TV announcers give a cursory reference to such an intrusion and just move on. Luckily, Kevin Harlan was in no such mood last night.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick ruffled a lot of feathers last Friday night when he refused to stand for the National Anthem during a home preseason game against the Green Bay Packers.
New San Francisco 49ers head coach Chip Kelly was introduced to the media on Wednesday. While being hired nearly a week ago, a press conference had been seemingly delayed for unspecified reasons…until today.
Anyone who has studied the history of Joe Montana and/or Steve Young, knows that the pair were far from bosom buddies while they played with the 49ers during the late 80s and early 90s.
We saw a different side of Joe Montana during the NFL Network’s awesome new series titled “The Timeline” last month. The latest entry features “The Tale of Two Cities” – chronicling the legendary rivalry between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys.
In what might be one of the greatest wastes of time in modern history, someone decided to perform Jerry Rice shaming by posting a 10-minute video of him dropping passes.
During Sunday’s 49ers/Rams tilt, Colin Kaepernick labored once again to put points on the board. Now, teammates are reportedly questioning how much longer he should be the starting quarterback.