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Alex Smith and Vernon Davis connected for their second touchdown pass of the game to help the San Francisco 49ers take a 14-10 lead over the New York Giants after three quarters in the NFC championship game Sunday.
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* With a 49ers' victory today, quarterback Alex Smith will earn his 15th win as a starter this season, four fewer than he had from 2005-10. With a win, Smith's career record as...
In the first quarter of Sunday's NFC Championship game in San Francisco, 49ers tight end Vernon Davis scored a 73-yard touchdown against the New York Giants.
After leaping over the row of photographers behind the end zone, Davis climbed up onto a camera stand and stood staring back towards the field, proud of himself. Unfortunately, the officials flagged Davis for an unsportsmanlike...
For all you 49ers fans out there just pining for the start of the NFC Championship game, here is something to entertain you until then.
Below, 49ers offensive lineman Joe Staley and tight end Vernon Davis decided to do a little bit of singing to Adele's classic track, "Someone Like You":
Here is the longer version of the clip part of "The Joe Show":
With a record-setting day and the winning touchdown in his playoff debut, Vernon Davis left no doubt he is indeed a winner. A weeping Davis fell...
SAN FRANCISCO Alex Smith reared back and launched a deep throw toward 49ers wide receiver Kyle Williams. It was early in the second quarter, the score tied 7-7, and Williams was streaking up the middle of the field with a step, or three, on the nearest New York Giants defensive back.
I can’t imagine the scene at this shindig on Sunday night. Vernon Davis probably should have waited a bit before he started blasting off about his post-game NFC Championship Party. Unfortunately, the Giants had something to say about that. Don’t get it twisted with good old Vernon, the tears don’t mean a thing, he’s still the low-life Mike Singletary thought he was…..
MAKING THE GRADEPass offense: For the second time in two playoff games, Alex Smith threw two touchdown passes to Vernon Davis.