Have Faith, Faithful

“So you’re saying there’s a chance?” Yeah, but it won’t be easy. While the Bye Week seemed to come at the right time, coupled with a favorable matchup at home, the San Francisco 49ers fumbled away a loss to the St. Louis Rams (3-5), dropping their record to 4-4. Bottom line, they should’ve never lost […]

November 2014 by Andy Parker

Maybe there’s magic in the air

I assume many of you, like myself, were jumping for joy as the San Francisco Giants won their third World Series in five years. I also assume you’re wondering why I’m beginning a San Francisco 49ers (4-3) post with talk of a different sport. Simply put, magic is in the air in the City by […]

October 2014 by Andy Parker

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

Anquan We Trust

The San Francisco 49ers pulled off perhaps the biggest coup of the 2013 offseason when they acquired Anquan Boldin from the Baltimore Ravens for a sixth round draft choice. While the rest of the league cried foul, the Niners finally had their complementary receiver to pair with Michael Crabtree. Unfortunately, injuries limited the amount of playing time the […]

February 2014 by Andy Parker

Dawson’s Leg Propels 49ers to 5th Seed

On the strength of three Phil Dawson field goals of 27, 56 and a 40-yard-game-winner set up by a 29-yard strike to rookie Quinton Patton, the San Francisco 49ers (12-4) vanquished their division rival Arizona Cardinals (10-6), 23-20. With the win, the Niners locked up the 5th seed in the NFC, and Dawson, who has […]

December 2013 by Andy Parker