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

As The World Turns

  I think Vince Lombardi adequately encapsulated what happened this past week at the San Francisco 49ers mandatory minicamp this week. Holdouts, highlights and Harbaugh, oh my! Oh, and an Eric Wright retirement. This isn’t football, this is a soap opera. If you’ve paid any attention to Niner news in the last week, you know […]

June 2014 by Andy Parker

5 Players Ready to Make a Splash

Coming off what many considered a successful draft, the San Francisco 49ers are off to a nice start in their Quest for Six. While there are still a few months before the opening kick in Dallas, the Faithful are eagerly anticipating the start of the season. Boasting one of the league’s best defenses, as well […]

May 2014 by Andy Parker

Baalke Ball

This year’s NFL Draft had multiple intriguing storylines. The first round slide of Johnny Football, the selection of the first openly gay player, Michael Sam, and the introduction of Baalke Ball. Ok, I made the last one up, but it’s something worth examining. Overall, the San Francisco 49ers had a successful draft. They entered with […]

May 2014 by Andy Parker