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

3rd & 3

Candlestick Park saw its final game this past weekend, an exhibition flag football contest between San Francisco 49ers legends and other NFL greats, but three plays, known simply by one name, will live on forever. The Catch, volumes 1-3, all lifted the Faithful, a city, a team and will live on in football lore. And, despite their […]

July 2014 by Andy Parker

The (In)Convenient Truth

Did you know there’s only two active running backs from the 2005 NFL Draft? With a lead in question like that, I’m sure you know where I’m going with this.  The obvious one is a current, borderline Hall of Famer.  Ask any San Francisco 49ers fan, and he’s a guaranteed member of the Hall.  For […]

April 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Too Early to Tell

While Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers blogs were exploding with Jim Harbaugh rumors earlier this week, it reminded me of a similarly ridiculous debate waged by Niner Faithful all throughout the regular season, and even in my own home. Should the 49ers have stuck with Alex Smith, or were they right in choosing Colin Kaepernick? Let’s […]

March 2014 by Andy Parker

King Crabtree

Never bashful about hyping his own players, San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh called wide receiver Michael Crabtree, “the greatest [pass] catcher off all time,” after pulling in eight catches for 125 yards in the Niners win over Green Bay last Sunday at Frozen Lambeau. “If my life depended on it, somebody had to catch […]

January 2014 by Andy Parker

Reliving Playoff Glory Over Green Bay

The San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers have had a playoff history that has largely been dominated by Green Bay. However, the red and gold enter this game winning three straight over the ‘Cheese heads.’ As the Niners get set to invade the Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field this Sunday (kickoff 1:40 PST), let’s […]

January 2014 by Andy Parker