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Things became a lot more interesting last week. The San Francisco 49ers lost to the Rams and Seattle pulled off the upset in Chicago. There is now only a game and a half separating these two teams and they will face off in Week 16. As we enter the final stretch of the season, every game is important. There is a lot on the line this week.Here is your NFC West Week 14 preview.St. Louis Rams (5-6-1) at Buffalo Bills (5-7)There is not enough praise in the world for this St. Louis Rams team. After winning just two games in 2011, they have won five already this year and are undefeated against the NFC West division.They started their season off with a bang, nearly upsetting Detroit and then followed that up by handing Robert Griffin III his first NFL loss. This was great for the Rams considering they traded away the No. 2 pick in the draft that was used to select RGIII.Since then they have reeled off wins against Seattle and San Francisco. The Rams were also the first team to beat Arizona ...
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Skip to the 15:15 mark… Internet, you’ve done it again. What you have just seen is an episode of Saved By The Bell: The New Class with special guest star Jim Harbaugh, head coach of the 49ers. At the time Harbaugh was quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, and in the Season 4 episode titled Little Hero, he not only plays himself, but he also ends up being Screech’s cousin...
San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick's popularity in the NFL has risen since taking over as the starter. His birth mother, Heidi Russo, who Kaepernick has never met, is a big fan of the young man. Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports spoke to Russo, who hopes to meet Kaepernick one day. Russo, 44, is a registered nurse living in a suburb of Denver. With no father around,...
Matt Maiocco of the CSN Bay Area makes the case for the 49ers to trade QB Alex Smith during the offseason.
Smith would lock in a $7.5 million next season if he’s still on their roster as of April 1st, which happens to be a pretty high salary for a backup quarterback. Maiocco adds that San Francisco would still have to pay him $1 million if they were to release Smith before...
Patrick Willis has established himself as one of the best defensive players in the NFL. And while the 49ers linebacker is physically gifted, it’s what’s inside of Willis that has brought him to new heights.
Willis has been selected to the Pro Bowl in each of his first five NFL seasons after enjoying a standout college career at Ole Miss. Things haven’t always been easy for...
After watching from the sideline during the San Francisco 49ers' first 12 games of the season, second-round pick LaMichael James is expected to make his NFL debut Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. James, who left Oregon a year early as the NCAA's active rushing leader with 5,082 yards and 53 touchdowns, has been mum on the topic, but several 49ers players tweeted about...
Before you get too excited this was Saved By the Bell: The New Class. If you're like me you probably didn't watch many of the new episodes if any. Mainly because they sucked compared to the original one's. But today we found out that San Francisco 49ers head coach, and former NFL quarterback Jim Harbaugh was actually on the show playing Screech's cousin. Check...
These days nothing from your past can be forgotten. Just ask 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh. Back when Jim was playing for Colts, he did an appearance on Saved By the Bell. He was Screech’s cousin and was looking to help teach a kid the importance of playing for the team and not just for yourself. Yesterday the video clip of Harbaugh’s Emmy winning performance was plastered everywhere...
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Hard-nosed 49ers head coach – and former NFL QB – Jim Harbaugh once appeared on an episode of Saved By The Bell: The New Class. As Screech’s cousin. Take a minute to let that sink in.
The video evidence is below, with Harbaugh paying a visit to The Max to have lunch with his favorite cousin Screech. He’s also conveniently there to provide...
Prior to becoming the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, Jim Harbaugh was the starting quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts and well, he made a cameo on a season four episode of "Saved by the Bell: The New Class" called "Little Hero".
The one of the side plots of the episode followers a character named Eric who is a benchwarmer for the Seaside High football...
NinersDigest’s Craig Massei and DolphinDigest’s Alain Poupart go Behind Enemy Lines to preview Sunday’s game between the 49ers and Dolphins. Are the 49ers a better team with Colin Kaepernick at QB? Why has Vernon Davis been so quiet? What’s the best way to attack the SF defense, and what makes Aldon Smith so good? Why hasn’t former Dolphin Ted Ginn contributed more? These...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By JANIE McCAULEY AP Sports Writer Aldon Smith hardly has a free moment to stop at his locker, much less give thought to any intriguing matchups or scenarios as he chases Michael Strahan's single-season NFL sacks record.
Yet, come Sunday at Candlestick Park, it won't be the injured Jake Long lining up against the 49ers defensive...
As punter Andy Lee and long snapper Brian Jennings playfully practiced their golf swings in the 49ers locker room earlier this week, the usually delightful David Akers had no time for laughs while getting dressed for his next meeting.
Many have wondered what it would take for San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh to give the starting quarterback job back to Alex Smith.
Apparently a tough loss isn't it - yet.
Colin Kaepernick will make his fourth straight start Sunday as the 49ers host the Miami Dolphins, whose playoff hopes have dimmed while dropping four of five.
Kaepernick's crucial turnover on a...
The pitch-option may have blown up on the 49ers on Sunday, but Greg Roman didn't sound like someone who was going to put the play on the back shelf. Roman, who called the fourth-quarter play that resulted in the Rams' only touchdown, said he thought the option was part of the future of football.
"I do - felt that way for a while," Roman said. "... I can remember...
Cornerback Tarell Brown returned from a day hiatus to the practice field while Chris Culliver also shook off a case of the sniffles that limited him Wednesday.
Wide receiver Mario Manningham (shoulder) did not practice for a second consecutive day, increasing the likelihood that rookie A.J. Jenkins could make his debut Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.
Linebacker Aldon Smith...