Giants Rundown: Things I Think I Know

Ten games into the 2014 season, and it’s been unlike anything I’ve ever seen since I’ve been following the San Francisc0 49ers.  Pulse enhancing…..it’s the best way I can describe the week to week saga that is our passion.  The 49ers consistently seem to play to the level of their opponent.  In Sunday’s victory against […]

November 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

Eagles Assessment: Things I Think I Know

Every head was scratched and curse word professed, but in the end, the San Francisc0 came out with a 26-21 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.  Once again, let’s take a look at some of things I think I know. The (No)ffensive line A line consisting of three first round picks (Staley, Iupati, Davis), Alex Boone […]

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

49ers Decline…..Not Going to Happen

I do not have a subscription to read the “INsider” section of ESPN’s website.  I don’t even know what the subscription is priced out at, but I know what’s it’s worth. Essentially nothing.  That content holds no more relevance than any other article on the internet, in my humble opinion. That’s never stopped me from […]

July 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

18 Million? Not so much.

Colin Kaepernick is perhaps one of the most polarizing figures in the NFL today. He runs like the wind, has a cannon for an arm, has been photographed with beautiful women and has led the San Francisco 49ers to back-to-back NFC Championship games and a Super Bowl. Many would argue he is absolutely worth the $18 […]

March 2014 by Andy Parker

Greg Roman: A Love/Hate Relationship

Can anyone seriously tell me what goes on in the mind of San Francisco 49ers Offensive Coordinator Greg Roman? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller? At times, he looks like a maestro, mixing in the pass and run beautifully while carving up defenses like Thanksgiving turkey. Remember when the Niners thoroughly manhandled the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 48-3 in 2011, or the […]

February 2014 by Andy Parker

49ers Keys to Victory: NFC Championship Edition

This is it. We wanted it. We got it. The San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks in the rubber match of the season at CenturyLink Field for the NFC Championship. For the Niners, it’s their third straight trip to the NFC title game in Jim Harbaugh’s three years as head coach, making him the first […]

January 2014 by Andy Parker

The Real MC: Michael Crabtree

When Michael Crabtree held out after being selected 10th overall in the 2009 draft by the San Francisco 49er’s, some questioned how he would translate coming into the NFL.  Many were frustrated with the rookie, and critics were even calling him a diva.  However, I can remember one man who said he was worth the […]

January 2014 by Phill Real

Is There Justified Scrutiny in 49ers Loss?

Do you ever wonder who exactly is telling you what to think in regards to our beloved San Francisco 49ers?  Do you ever just think about who’s giving you information about the up’s and down’s every 49ers season provides?  What do they really know about the complex game of football?  Did they play football?  Are they coaches with […]

November 2013 by Jeff Vandersnick