Tagged With: San Francisco 49ers
The picks are in!! Who do you have winning this week?
After a crazy game that saw little from the 49ers in the first half, a great show by Beyoncé, a power outage, and resurgence by the Colin and the gang, the Baltimore Ravens are once again Super Bowl Champions. From the start, the Baltimore Ravens seemed a bit more prepared for the big lights. They … Continue reading
The day is finally here. After months of practices, team meetings, injuries, comebacks, wins and losses, we are finally set with our last two teams: the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. And now we will see who the top team is of the 2012 NFL season. The Baltimore Ravens, with their dynamic defense, … Continue reading
Looks like Peyton has made his choice. And its the choice many thought was his first choice. After a couple weeks of speculation, Peyton Manning has decided to stay in the AFC and become a Denver Bronco. According to multiple sources, contract negotiations are ongoing. Barring any major setback we will see Peyton in the … Continue reading
Well looky here!! Divisional games are here. Time to separate the men from the boys…can’t wait!!
> And chooses the San Francisco 49ers. Sorry Stanford!! You had to know it was coming though. Oh well. The deal is reportedly worth $25 million over 5 years. The team has scheduled a press conference for this afternoon at 3:30pm PST. I’ll update after. **Update**It’s official! Jim Harbaugh has been named the San Francisco … Continue reading
> Today is definitely a good day for Stanford head coach Jim Harbaugh. Thanks to your great coaching history at Stanford, and the fortune of having a very good NFL coach for a brother, you are the man EVERYONE in the football world wants. Let’s recount your last few days. Monday your Stanford Cardinal football … Continue reading
> Another one bites the dust!! This one comes as no surprise but still hate to hear it because I actually liked him. But San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary was relieved of his coaching duties Sunday night after the Niners loss to the St. Louis Rams took the team out of playoff contention. … Continue reading
> The first coaching casualty of the NFL 2010 season was San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye. This comes as no real surprise as the Niners, who were the preseason favorite to win the NFC West, are not only 0-3 but they offense has been abysmal. The QB coach Mike Johnson was promoted to … Continue reading