The NFC champion San Francisco 49ers formally announced on Tuesday they will play their home opener against the Arizona Cardinals in front of no fans on Sunday, September 13 during opening weekend.
Before Joe Montana gained fame as a Super Bowl-winning quarterback, he led the Notre Dame Fighting Irish in the late 70s. Montana was a special guest on the Barstool Sports podcast Pardon My Take on Sunday to talk about many football issues including if the movie Rudy is […]
This series commemorates the 160 Worst Losses in NFL History. We will examine the five worst losses of each franchise. The next stop(s) on the journey brings us to Baltimore…and Indianapolis.
The San Francisco 49ers made George Kittle a very, very, very rich man on Thursday…and rightfully so.
Former San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Joe Montana made the media rounds on Wednesday to discuss a myriad of topics including Notre Dame Football, Guinness, COVID-19, and Tom Brady’s departure from New England.
Despite falling in Super Bowl LIV to the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Francisco 49ers are still the kings of the NFC.
It did not take long for the NFL’s in-person return to work to be interrupted by a slew of positive tests for COVID-19. Add Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson to the list of NFL figures who have tested positive for coronavirus.
The NFL Network finished their Top 100 countdown of the league’s best players with Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson finishing number one overall.
This series commemorates the 160 Worst Losses in NFL history. We will examine the five worst losses of each franchise.
Since 2020 has been a complete dumpster fire, what better way to celebrate the year’s utter nonsense than by taking a deep dive into the worst losses in NFL history.