1. Bill Walsh Football is Back

    Both Bill Walsh and Jim Harbaugh were hired respectively to be the head coach of the San Francisco 49ers at 47 years old and the San Francisco Giants are World Series Champions? ...

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  2. San Francisco 49ers 2009 Quarter-Season Report

    The San Francisco 49ers have turned some heads with their 3-1 start to the 2009 regular season, but it's no surprise to me. I predicted a 3-1 start early in the summer and I've been dead right so far...

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  3. If the 49er Offense Works, Expect a Decent Season in San Francisco

    If Jimmy Raye's offense executes, the 49ers will have a decent year and may exceed expectations. The 49er defense is sturdy enough to keep the team in games and if the offense is an upgrade over ...

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  4. What If Garrison Hearst Didn't Break His Ankle Against Atlanta in 1999?

    The 1998 season and subsequent playoffs in January 1999 were a tumultuous time for Garrison Hearst and the San Francisco 49ers...

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  5. 10 Questions for San Francisco 49ers' Quarterback Alex Smith

    After a well deserved vacation, I am back with some potential great news. As of a few days ago, I am in contact with Alex Smith's wife—Elizabeth Smith—to negotiate an actual interview day with him...

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  6. Is Newest San Francisco 49er Dré Bly The Next Antonio Langham?

    The newest San Francisco 49er—cornerback Dré Bly—has played for a Super Bowl-winning St...

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  7. What If John Brodie and the 49ers Beat the Cowboys in the Early 1970s?

    In 1970, quarterback John Brodie was the NFL's Most Valuable Player and led a highly potent San Francisco 49ers' offense that featured explosive wide receiver Gene Washington who piled up 1,100 yards on 53 receptions...

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  8. San Francisco's Million Dollar Backfield: The 49ers' Fabulous Foursome

    In the 1954 season, the San Francisco 49ers fielded the finest backfield in NFL history with four future Hall of Famers playing for the offense...

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  9. Trials and Tribulations: Frank Gore's Journey To The San Francisco 49ers

    When Frank Gore steps onto the field for his fourth NFL season, he continues a destiny that has been shaped with trials and tribulations since he was young. As a child, Gore was diagnosed with dyslexia and had trouble comprehending the simplest of tasks.

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  10. Joe Montana: The San Francisco 49ers' Legendary Prankster

    San Francisco 49ers' legend Joe Montana not only picked apart opposing defenses, he also victimized his own teammates...

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  11. The Stop: The 1981 San Francisco 49ers Iconic Defensive Play

    In Super Bowl XVI on Jan. 24, 1982, San Francisco 49er Dan Bunz made the most famous goal-line tackle in Super Bowl history...

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  12. The Easiest Two Points In San Francisco 49ers' History

    It was a very strange day for Minnesota Vikings' defensive end Jim Marshall on Oct. 25, 1964. At first, one of the mainstays of the Purple People Eaters defense was having a good day as he forced ...

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  13. Portrait of an Icon: Doug Williams, the First Black QB To Win a Super Bowl

    On Jan 31, 1988, Doug Williams led the 11-4 1987 NFC Champion Washington Redskins to a commanding 42-10 victory in Super Bowl XXII over the 10-4-1 AFC Champion Denver Broncos...

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  14. Lonesome George: A Look at a San Francisco 49er Head Coach

    In the 1995 Pro Bowl after the San Francisco 49ers became the first team to win five Super Bowls, there was a banner that read "Smile George" from San Francisco fans that made the trip to Hawaii...

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  15. What If the 1984 San Francisco 49ers Went 19-0?

    During the seventh week of the 1984 season Bill Walsh was extremely angry at his team. Around the week the San Francisco 49ers faced the Pittsburgh Steelers, a group of fourteen 49ers recorded ...

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  16. The Catch: The Beginning of the San Francisco 49ers Dynasty

    On Jan. 10, 1982, the San Francisco 49ers trailed the Dallas Cowboys with 4:54 left in the NFC Championship 27-21 at a raucous Candlestick Park...

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  17. Tom Brady's Super Bowl Loss: Montana and the 49ers Still Reign Supreme

    The debate is over. The mighty undefeated New England Patriots fell in Super Bowl XLII to the New York Giants rendering Tom Brady and his current group of Pats no longer perfect in the Super Bowl...

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  18. Welcome Back to an Old San Francisco 49er Nemesis?

    Rabid San Francisco fans absolutely hated the man because he was a 49er killer. But as a man, Brett Favre is the kind of guy that many can all relate to. From his personal tragedies to his down to earth nature, he is still a likable figure in the NFL...

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  19. The Autumn Wind: Understanding the Raiders Mystique

    Back in 1974, a poem written by NFL Films' Steve Sabol would become the inspiration of a Nation. When Oakland Raiders' owner Al Davis first heard The Autumn Wind, he was completely mesmerized...

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  20. Five Questions About the Golden State Warriors: Will We Believe Again?

    After a 29-53 season, general manager Chris Mullin's contract was not renewed but head coach Don Nelson signed a new deal with Golden State...

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  21. Hey Tom Brady, We Want Our Soul Back

    Those lucky New Englanders are certainly enjoying a golden era for their sports franchises right now.The Patriots look re-loaded to make another Super Bowl run for 2009, the Red Sox are always ...

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  22. The Red and Gold Empire: A San Francisco 49er Poem

    Once upon a time... The Empire of Red and Gold once existed in these parts, an empire to be remembered for all time. This Empire emerged from the ashes of a kingdom that only knew defeat...

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  23. Expectations for the 2009 San Francisco 49ers

    The San Francisco 49ers will be tested in the 2009 regular season because they face seven teams that made the playoffs in 2008 and a Monday Night Football battle with the defending rival NFC Champion Arizona Cardinals, who swept the 49ers last year...

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  24. Five Plays that Made the 2008 San Francisco 49ers' Offense Tick

    Although offensive coordinator was dismissed by head coach Mike Singletary, the creative thinker Mike Martz did improve the San Francisco 49ers' offense from 32nd in 2007 to 23rd in 2008 with his version of the Air Coryell offense...

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  25. Steve Young's Tirade: The Key Moment for the 1994 San Francisco 49ers

    On Oct. 2, 1994, Steve Young finally lost it as evidenced by the profanities and obscenities he hurled towards head coach George Seifert in an angry fit...

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