San Francisco 49ers Can’t Wait To Get On Field After Tumultuous Offseason

There may be no coach with a more difficult task than that of Jim Tomsula for the upcoming campaign, as the San Francisco 49ers have gone through one of the more tumultuous offseasons in NFL history during his first year taking over for Jim Harbaugh. The 49ers have lost talented players due to early retirement, […]

August 2015 by Joe Sudberg

Fan’s Perspective: 49ers Hire Jim Tomsula

He told us so.  So, I’ll do it.  We were all to hold Jed York accountable for seasons that don’t result in Super Bowls.  In theory, it should be relatively easy.   Winning the big one isn’t any easy accomplishment on a year in and year out basis.  Simple mathematics can profess that.  But how exactly […]

January 2015 by Jeff Vandersnick

It’s Vic Fangio or Bust

1946.  That was the founding year of the San Francisc0 49ers.  Yes, the 49ers played football games before Joe Montana arrived on the scene.  But, as it so happens, my allegiance to the red and gold started amidst the prime of Joe Montana. In the wake of the 2014 season, I’ve took it upon myself […]

January 2015 by Jeff Vandersnick

For Better or Worse, Time to Move On

Sleep evaded me last night.  My family’s health is in good standing.  Financially, we’re above water…..barely.  Overall, things in my live are at a a stable place.  But, I tossed.  I turned.  There was little rest to be found.  For the life of me, I couldn’t pin point why.  Then, it dawned on me.  It […]

December 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Save the Drama:TITIK

Mercy, it’s been a long season.  It’s been painful.  It’s been exhausting.  It’s been unlike anything that I can remember. And that’s just from a fan’s perspective.  I can’t even imagine what it’s been like for those involved directly with the team.  Let’s take another look at some things I think I know. The Drama […]

December 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

My How the Mighty Have Fallen:TITIK

In a season of embarrassments, we experienced the lowest of all embarrassments as the San Francisco 49ers fell to the Oakland Raiders.  The only missing piece from this masterpiece of a clunker was a tweet from 49ers CEO Jed York himself.  While in full football depression mode, let’s recap with some things I think I […]

December 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Rams Recap: Things I Think I Know

I don’t know, and I don’t get it.  Besides a shoulder shrug, that’s all I can muster right now.  After a loss to the St. Louis Rams, that in reality aren’t very good at all, the San Francisc0 49ers fell to an even .500 record.  The only certainty I do know is that Sunday’s game […]

November 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