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

Saints Synopsis: Things I Think I Know

It’s the consummate story within the NFL.  Anything can happen in any given week.  And, if you’ve been a fan of this game long enough, you’ll see something new all the time.  The New Orleans Saints and San Francisco 49ers game was an instant classic.  It may have not been always pretty, but that’s the […]

November 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

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

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

49ers Down Dallas, 28-17

It was a solid start to the Quest for Six. Colin Kaepernick looked terrific. Carlos Hyde was a beast. Vernon Davis can still find the end zone. Anquan Boldin effortlessly converted first downs. Everything was clicking as the San Francisco 49ers defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 28-17, opening their season with a road win before the debut […]

September 2014 by Andy Parker

Rivalry Rekindled

Whether you’re talking about The Catch, the wars in the early 90s or Owens celebrating on the star, the San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys have a rivalry dating back to the 1970s. Sunday will not only mark the start of the 2014 regular season for both teams, but the 34th meeting between the two storied NFC franchises. […]

September 2014 by Andy Parker

Age: It’s Only a Number

The next big thing is often times, enamoring.   Rhetorical or not, as fans, we ask questions to ourselves and others that include  things like, “can you imagine.”  I’m just as guilty too.  I mean really, can you imagine a secondary anchored by safeties Eric Reid and Jimmie Ward? Whatever it takes for the San Francisco […]

May 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Building Through the Draft

I want to take you all back to a very dark time. The lean years. The down years. The “things can’t possibly get any worse” years. The Nolan and Singletary years. If there was any positive to take away from that forgettable era in San Francisco 49ers history, it was the draft picks. Starting in 2005, when Mike Nolan […]

May 2014 by Andy Parker

Making News for the Wrong Reasons

Out of touch……maybe.   Lacking perspective…..quite possibly.  Inability to fully rationalize…I suppose it’s possible.  It’s very possible that as someone that’s “just a fan,” I just do not get it. The life of an NFL football player is one that I’ll never fully understand.   I don’t know what it takes to maintain a career in the […]

April 2014 by Jeff Vandersnick

Top 10 Current 49ers

We all like to debate. It’s fun. Well, it should be. In the spirit of debate, here is my list of the top 10 San Francisco 49ers on the current roster. Honorable Mention: Bruce Miller, FB, #49 Mike Iupati, LG, #77 Ahmad Brooks, OLB, #55 Phil Dawson, K, #9 Anthony Davis, RT, #76 Eric Reid, FS, […]

April 2014 by Andy Parker