Found November 08, 2012 on
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As the San Francisco 49ers come off their bye week, John Harbaugh should be fairly happy with how the team has played so far. At 6-2 San Francisco has shown their ability to be the best team in the league in a win in Green Bay, but once again struggled in a loss to the Giants. While Alex Smith will never be in a Pro Bowl he has done his job, not forcing passes and being an efficient passer. The main man for this 49ers offense has been RB Frank Fore, who shakes off concerns about his workload on a yearly basis. While the 49ers continue to use the ground and pound attack, the additions of Randy Moss and Mario Manningham have payed off so far. While Moss may not be putting up big numbers, it is his experience and knowledge that has helped his teammates. Michael Crabtree has been a viable weapon on offense, and is finally putting his talents on display. While the offense has been solid, it is the 49ers defense that continues to put teams away every week. They may not rack up t...
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San Francisco is doing their part and winning. They need to continue to work on consistency on offense, especially from Alex Smith. They'll win the division easy, they just need to make sure they're ready for the postseason.
I'm sitting at 84-49 heading into the weekend. I need to have a huge run to get over .750 for the season.
Here's a little sneak preview of Lil Wayne interviewing San Francisco 49ers WR Randy Moss for ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown...
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith threw a 14-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter of Sunday's 24-24 tie against the Rams while playing with blurred vision before coming out with a concussion.
Coach Jim Harbaugh said Monday that Smith connected with Michael Crabtree six plays after he began experiencing blurred vision on a 1-yard keeper early in the second quarter...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By JANIE McCAULEY AP Sports Writer Frank Gore looks at his three 100-yard rushing performances, four touchdowns and overall output in the season's first half and is quick to praise an unheralded offensive line that's helping him do it.
Helping San Francisco's entire offense shine, too. These big boys block all over the...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) When Alex Smith is good he can be very good. When Smith is very good, the San Francisco 49ers are practically unbeatable.
While the staples of San Francisco's success this season remain a rock-solid defense and the NFL's top-ranked rushing game, Smith's play at quarterback has been a key variable that's put the 49ers...
Tweet Now in his fourth season with the San Francisco 49ers Michael Crabtree has hauled in 15 touchdowns, including two in his last game. On Sunday the Niners face a St. Louis Rams team who has been relatively stingy in allowing touchdown passes with eleven through eight games. If Crabtree does manage to find [...]
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Frank Gore looks at his three 100-yard rushing performances, four touchdowns and overall stellar output in the season's first half and is quick to praise an unheralded offensive line that plays such an integral part in helping him do it.
JEFF BARTL STATS Writer The San Francisco 49ers' stellar defense is a major reason they enter the second half of the season in control of the NFC West, at times overshadowing an offense possessing an efficient quarterback and the NFL's best running game.
Alex Smith, Frank Gore and the rest of the 49ers' offense look to take advantage of a St. Louis Rams team that hasn...
The Niners and Rams return from their bye weeks only to find they'll be facing each other in Week 10. Can St. Louis pull the upset at the 'Stick?
The San Francisco 49ers are preparing to play a 3-5 St. Louis Rams team with a battered offensive line and an aging running back, Steven Jackson. Still, to hear 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh tell it, he's not overconfident heading into the Sunday game to Candlestick Park. "They present all kind of problems along the (defensive) front, the linebackers. (They are) very good in...