Found October 31, 2011 on
SAN FRANCISCO What's manlier than blowing past a 325-pound offensive tackle and sacking the opposing quarterback? Blowing past the offensive lineman and getting the sack without your helmet on.
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San Francisco offensive tackle Joe Staley (74) celebrates his 17-yard catch against the Browns.
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Joe Staley just caught a pass for 18 yards, with about 12 of those yards coming from Staley's run after the catch. Staley reported as a tight end and then went out for the pass after a handoff was faked and Smith rolled to his left. Staley was wide open. Staley was so excited, he gave an emphatic...
I'm still trying to figure out what's in the water in San Francisco as the 49ers have started out an impressive 6-1.
During yesterday's game against the Browns, 49ers offensive lineman Joe Staley got into the offensive act with the below catch:
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Worst tsk-tsk advice directed at an athlete exuberantly celebrating a touchdown or home run:
"Act like you've been there before."
Would you say that to your kid on her second visit to Disneyland?
Here's some advice from the peanut gallery:
Act like Joe Staley.
Staley is a 315-pound...
Mon, 31 Oct 2011 17:10:01 CDT
Alex Smith said left Joe Staley's first-down signal following his 17-yard reception Sunday was "a little prima-donna-ish for a lineman."
And Staley's head only figures to swell further after hearing Browns coach Pat Shurmur praise his pass-catching form. Shurmur was asked about the difficulty of...
San Francisco beat Cleveland physically, then use left tackle Joe Staley and nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga as receivers to help seal win.
Somewhat obscured by the debut of left tackle Joe Staley and nose tackle Isaac Sopoaga as pass-catchers Sunday was the return of Braylon Edwards, who is actually employed to catch footballs.
Edwards, returning after missing four games following knee surgery, had four catches for 42 yards and...
Frank Gore is well on his way to passing Roger Craig to move into second place on the 49ers’ all-time rushing list–with a decent series, he’ll pass Craig in the third quarter. Joe Staley is many receptions behind Jerry Rice on the all-time receptions list, but he’s one...