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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.” * * *
Pass-rusher Tully Banta-Cain was among the last 49ers to leave the locker room Sunday in New Orleans. That’s unique because Banta-Cain did not even suit up for the game.
Niners defensive coordinator Greg Manusky talks about the 49ers’ different defenses.
There are no changes to the 49ers’ injury report. LB Manny Lawson, T Jonas Jennings and CB Shawntae Spencer are still out.
Running back Frank Gore will be a busy man on Sunday against the Patriots. Gore leads the NFL in yards from scrimmage with 412 yards 525 yards in four games. He’ll undoubtedly be the focus of Bill Belichick’s defense.
You think the Patriots are going to be prepared to face the 49ers on Sunday?
Linebacker Manny Lawson will not play in Sunday’s game against the Patriots due to a hamstring strain, 49ers coach Mike Nolan said today.
The Patriots are next up for the 49ers, and coach Bill Belichick this morning held his conference call with Bay Area reporters
Looking back at Sunday’s 49ers game, there were seven plays (or sequences) that sealed their fate.
I was on a 7:45 a.m. flight out of New Orleans this morning, so I was unable to get back in time for coach Mike Nolan’s press conference. * * * Here are my articles for today’s Press Democrat: “Lost in New Orleans” and “Deuce gets loose.” * * *
The final score was 31-17. It was not a pretty sight today here at the Superdome. Coach Mike Nolan didn’t pull any punches. He said everyone played poorly. He said every aspect of the team, including the coaching, deserves blame for this one.
I was on a 7:45 a.m. flight out of New Orleans this morning, so I was unable to get back in time for coach Mike Nolan’s press conference.
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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.
After watching and re-watching every play from the 49ers’ 31-13 victory over the Lions on Sunday, it’s time to toss around a few kudos and some observations:
It’s another Win Monday in 49erland, so the players will not be around today.
Check here early and often for all the news and notes from today’s 49ers-Lions game.
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.
OK, first things first. I called it Victory Monday. The 49ers actually call it “Win Monday.” I believe my phrase has a little better alliteration, but oh well.