Denver Debacle: Things I Think I Know

Well, if you waited all day for a Sunday night in week 7 of the NFL, you wasted your time.  The San Francisc0 49ers were depleted and then defeated handedly by the Denver Broncos.  As painful as it is right now, let’s recap some things I think I know. It was a clear case of […]

October 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Rams Rundown: Things I Think I Know

The Edward Jones Dome held the 700th overall Monday Night Football game.   It was the perfect setting and stage for San Francisc0 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick as he led the team to a 31-17 victory.  Let’s recap. Injuries It’s not the most optimistic place to start, but it can’t be ignored.  An already injury riddled […]

October 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Chiefs Recap: Thinks I Think I Know

Nobody is making headlines for getting in trouble with the law.  The 49ers have won back to back games.  But, Harbaugh and Co. are making news for all the wrong reasons.   Will he stay or will he go?  It seems to be the question of the season just past the quarter pole.  But on this […]

October 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Kaepernick’s Mystique

For every point there’s a counter point.  It’s the basis for setting up debate.  If performed properly, debate is healthy and can lead to new points of view for those that participate.  There can be an opportunity to learn and grow with additional ideas and information.  Unfortunately, debate can also bring out a blatant nastiness […]

September 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Cardinals Conundrum: Things I Think I Know

Sixty minutes of a San Francisc0 49ers game lapsed yet again on Sunday.   The only real certainty that was left from the most recent match up with the Arizona Cardinals is uncertainty.   As the Faithful were left with another bitter taste in their mouths, let’s go ahead and cover some things I think I know. […]

September 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Bears Breakdown: Things I Think I Know

There’s no sugar coating this one.  On a night that will be remembered for all the wrong reasons, the San Francisco 49ers put together an epic stinker of a performance against the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football.   The “Field of Jeans” opened in front of a national television audience, and it was littered with […]

September 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Waiting to Click

It’s a double edged sword.   Pundits and talking heads consistently talk about the limited value provided by preseason NFL football.  It’s an evaluation period for most.  Rosters consisting of somewhere around 90 individuals will be trimmed to 63 (practice squad included) when the season starts.  For those guaranteed roster spots, it’s a time period to […]

August 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Kap’s Backup

The San Francisc0 49ers first preseason game has come and gone.  There weren’t a whole lot of certainties divulged in a 20 point loss to the Baltimore Ravens to begin a series of four “practice” games. One certainty that became fairly clear is the backup quarterback position being unsettled.  Fairly or unfairly, I took to […]

August 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

49ers Fan Guide For the Preseason

It’s finally here……an actual game. Yes, I know it’s only the preseason.  But, in my mind, it counts.  In your mind, as fellow San Francisco 49ers fans, it should too. In the honor of an actual game being played this evening against the Baltimore Ravens let’s go over a few guidelines for the beloved Faithful. […]

August 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Hoping Harbaugh’s Stay is Lenghty

There’s a rarity within the NFL coaching ranks where a head coach is associated with one team.  It’s such a fast paced occupation with a high turnover rate.   But if an organization can nab that ONE leader that’s a game changer, you hold on to him. The news of the San Francisco 49ers and Jim […]

August 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick