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The San Francisco 49ers (8-1) took yet another step towards the NFL‘s best when they defeated the New York Giants (6-3) in their biggest test this season.
Even without Frank Gore, the 49ers managed to pull away a win from the Giants who have made their mark this season with late-game scores, and San Francisco was a Justin Smith batted ball away from possibly falling into that same category.
It was the biggest win of the season for the 49ers, who also have wins against the Lions and Eagles to add to their big win against New York on Sunday.
However, many are not convinced this team is legitimate, as was plain to see watching the numerous Monday morning quarterback shows on television.
Why is San Francisco not the overwhelming favorite as the No. 2 team in the NFL?
The Bears have something to do with that after dominating the Lions on Sunday. Even the 49ers’ remaining schedule can take some credit. And that may be the problem, or the only thing stopping Harbaugh and the 49ers from bei...
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Niners running back Frank Gore said he expects to practice today and play Sunday against the visiting Cardinals after he missed his first practice of the season Wednesday.
Gore, who didn't finish last week's game against the Giants due to a knee injury, said he sat out Wednesday's practice to...
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore said on Thursday that he expects to play this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Gore had missed Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury.Here's...
SAN FRANCISCO Frank Gore on Sunday downplayed a knee injury that limited him to six carries overall and a single play in the second half.
SANTA CLARA Frank Gore had his sore right knee examined Monday, but that's mostly because, as coach Jim Harbaugh said, the 49ers "spare no expense checking on Frank."
Frank Gore, who hurt his knee against the Giants, walked without a limp Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO It was a scenario the Giants wanted -- the 49ers got almost no offense from their workhorse running back Frank Gore, which meant that their offense was forced to rely primarily on the arm and feet of quarterback Alex Smith.
But instead of the Giants celebrating the win...
The San Francisco 49ers are by far the most pleasant surprise in NFL in 2011. They've won all their games, save for a very winnable game they gave to the Dallas Cowboys all the way back in week 2.
Statistically speaking, the 49ers shouldn't have the 2nd best record in the NFL. They boast the 11th ranked defense in the league, and their offense is tied with the Rams for 25th...
Another year with quarterback Alex Smith ? It was a question many long-suffering 49ers fans asked with dread or disgust three months ago. Nine regular-season games later, however, the question is a bit different. That...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By JANIE McCAULEY AP Sports Writer Tom Rathman is slow to hand out praise and quick to tell it like it is. San Francisco's intense, no-nonsense running backs coach played for the 49ers during their glory days, and he knows what it takes to get to the top and stay there.
That's why he demands so much from his players. It...