Mike Singletary wants to make sure his players understand tomorrow’s game against the Vikings is not all about Adrian Peterson or Brett Favre. But, clearly, the 49ers must keep those players in check Sunday to have any chance of leaving Minnesota with a victory. This is the weekend’s only matchup of unbeaten NFL teams. […]
The much-anticipated NFL regular-season debut of running back Thomas Clayton might happen tomorrow.
There were a lot of other duties that took precedence today.
The team arrived at its Amherst, N.Y., hotel late last night. So even though the 49ers are 3-27 since 2003 in those 10 a.m. (Pacific) starts, it appears as if they have decided to show up and play the game against the Bills, anyway.
Last week’s GPS game against the Seahawks Rams (or whichever dreadful team they played) established that the 49ers are not the worst team in the NFL. In fact, the 49ers would pick No. 7 overall if the draft were held today.
When it was revealed a year ago 49ers director of football operations Paraag Marathe was in the booth on game days, helping with rules and replays, it caused a lot of people to question the wisdom of coach Mike Nolan’s decision.
Here is a dose of intriguing matchups for tonight’s 49ers game against the Cardinals in the desert.
When Chris Foerster replaced George Warhop as a position coach it turns out that wasn’t the only change on the offensive line.
Just arrived in New Jersey. The team will be touching down a little later this evening.
There might be someone new wearing the green dot on the 49ers’ defense Sunday against the Eagles.
When the schedule came out, you could mark this one down as a 49ers loss. Now, things look a lot different. The Patriots aren’t nearly as imposing without QB Tom Brady. * * * Tomorrow has not yet arrived, but tomorrow’s paper has. Here’s my article, “Martz’s deep pass routes testing offensive line.” * * […]
This is not a GPS game, per se, but you can certainly look at this four-week stretch that begins Sunday as an indicator of where the 49ers stand in the NFL.
Since the 2004 season, the 49ers have played 67 games. They’ve won 19 games during that time. But here’s an amazing fact: The 49ers have won only two games by more than a touchdown.