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The 49ers were called for two defensive penalties to start the game and Joe Staley whiffed on a pass protection to Kyle Vanden Bosh. But terrific red zone defense held the Lions to a field goal after the Vanden Bosh stripped the ball from Smith. Credit Tarell Brown's coverage on Calvin Williams on...
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The San Francisco 49ers are a winning football team yet again -- and they, like their emotional coach, are full of swagger as well as victories.
That's Coach Jim Harbaugh's deal -- take it or leave it.
Harbaugh's team is in first place and his image is on the Internet, after the first-year 49ers coach slapped Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz on the back during the traditional...
Here's yet another reason to believe the 49ers' 5-1 start isn't a mirage: They've only played one NFC West doormat, er, team this season.
Yes, San Francisco has started fast while not playing opponents known as the Arizona Cardinals or St. Louis Rams. In fact, of the NFL's five one-loss teams,...
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Jim Harbaugh, rookie head coach of the San Francisco 49er's, has his team at 5-1. Yesterday after the game in Detroit, an extremely reved up Harbaugh appeared to have gone a little overboard with Lions coach, Jim Schwartz. Schwartz did not appreciate it and chased Harbaugh down to discuss things. It then got pretty...
After the 49ers knocked the Lions from the unbeaten ranks on Alex Smith's touchdown pass with 1:51 left, both coaches added some highlights -- or lowlights -- of their own.
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has been around the game long enough to know you don't go bouncing up to a defeated opponent and glad-hand him as if you've found a long-lost friend. That is why he got run down by Lions coach Jim Schwartz during the bump-chase-and-swear handshake following the Niners' victory over the Lions Sunday at Ford Field.
- As they jogged back to their respective huddles in the third quarter Sunday, 49ers rookie cornerback Chris Culliver had a message for one of the NFL's best wide receivers. On a deep pass that fell incomplete, Culliver,...
Alex Smith's fourth-down, 6-yard pass to Delanie Walker gave San Francisco the go-ahead touchdown with 1:51 left, lifting the 49ers to a 25-19 win over the previously unbeaten Detroit Lions.