Posted November 29, 2011 on
The 49ers hadn’t lost since September, so the question is, how will they respond after their 16-6 humbling in Baltimore? The Niners do have the benefit of trying to get back on track while playing one of the worst teams in the NFL at home when they host the 2-9 Rams on Sunday, but San Francisco’s offense may have to start making some adjustments against opposing defenses that know what’s coming.
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In retrospect, Alex Smith realizes he threw to the wrong tight end.
On the 49ers' first offensive play in last week's loss to the Ravens, Smith rolled right and completed a two-yard pass to Vernon Davis while Delanie Walker was running, alone, 20 yards away near midfield.
Today, Smith said...
I was able to catch parts of San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Braylon Edwards' talk with the media yesterday. He had noted that he had a right shoulder ailment (AC joint sprain) that he suffered a few weeks ago...
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The San Francisco 49ers missed out on an opportunity to wrap up their first NFC West title in nine years last week, but they should have a better chance to celebrate Sunday.
The 49ers welcome the last-place St. Louis Rams to Candlestick Park as they try to become one of the league's first teams to clinch a playoff berth.
San Francisco (9-2) went into Week 12 needing a win at...