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There has been speculation in the Bay Area that a disconnect between 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh and free-agent addition Brandon Jacobs is the reason why Jacobs has yet to see the time of day on the playing field in a Niners uniform. But the way Pro Football Weekly hears it, its much more a case of the Niners simply being extremely content with the two-fisted punch being delivered so effectively by fellow RBs Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter. While its not a given, as long as Gore and Hunter stay healthy, Pro Football Weekly's sources expect Jacobs to continue being a virtual nonfactor in the Niners' offense. Source: Pro Football Weekly Attached Thumbnails
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The San Francisco 49ers spent a lot of time this offseason upgrading elements of their passing game. They signed wide receivers Randy Moss andMario Manningham as free agents before drafting A.J. Jenkins, another wide receiver, in the first round. The 49ers wideouts failed to impress last season, so it made sense for the Niners to [...]
The 49ers have the best defense in the league. They have a very good RB, a good TE, average WR's and an average QB. The last one is the biggest concern for this team however, their defense is so good it shouldn't stop them from going far this season.
Here's a look at their remaining schedule, predictions and a look at their division.
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San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore (ribs) is probable for Monday night against the CardinalsFantasy Spin:Gore came out late in San Francisco's victory over Seattle last Thursday due to a rib injury. According to Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle, Gore said he's feeling better. "It's lessened a lot," Gore said. "A lot. I'm sleeping...
Lil Wheezy is kinda little Juan…
Randy Moss has been a major disappointment this season from a fantasy perspective. Moss hasn’t been a fantasy factor in over 3 years and it doesn’t look like he will ever be again. He was once one of my favorite players to own, so I will always have fond memories.
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(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) The San Francisco 49ers are beating up opponents with a power rushing attack, and nobody's enjoying it more than the big bodies leading the way up front.
A physical offensive line featuring 2010 first-round draft picks Mike Iupati and Anthony Davis has established itself as a force in the trenches, opening holes for a ground game that ranks...
San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh said his team will enter Monday night's game at the Arizona Cardinals very healthy and prepared after having 10 days between games. The 49ers last played Oct. 18 in a 16-9 victory on Thursday Night Football over the division-rival Seattle Seahawks. San Francisco has also had more time to prepare, and was scheduled to leave for Arizona...
The NFC West takes over Monday night football, and this season at least that means defense.
Going into last weekend, the four NFC West teams ranked among the top nine in the league in defense.
San Francisco leads the way at No. 1 with a powerful, smash-mouth group that overwhelms opponents, particularly with its excellent front seven. Arizona counters with a fast, aggressive unit...
As far back as week 5, the San Francisco 49ers (5-2) and Arizona Cardinals (4-3) topped the critic’s lists of buy or sells. Though the 49ers dipped slightly after a tough loss to the New York Giants, growing expectations again commence with the team considered in the top-three in the National Football League according to many power rankings. On the other hand, the downward spiral...
The 49ers travel to Arizona to take on the Cardinals in primetime. I kinda feel sorry for the Cardinals this week, because I have a feeling they are going to get a beatdown. The 49ers in primetime never bodes well for their opponent.
The 49ers sit at 5-2 and the Cards at 4-3. A victory of the Cardinals will give them four losses in a row, which shows that their 4-0 start was nothing...
The San Francisco 49ers enter tonight’s matchup with the
Arizona Cardinals fairly healthy, as running back Frank Gore (ribs), wide
receiver Mario Manningham (shoulder) and quarterback Alex Smith (right finger)
are all probable to play, reports Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com.
Running back Frank Gore and
wide receiver Mario Manningham are expected to start Monday night...
Frank Gore and his bruised ribs made it through the second full practice of the week on Thursday. Gore had trouble breathing during Thursday's game against the Seahawks after he was hit hard from behind by cornerback Brandon Browner.
Receiver Mario Manningham (shoulder) linebacker Tavares Gooden (elbow), punter Andy Lee (hand) and quarterback Alex Smith (finger) also practiced...