1. Nate Davis: The Next Great 49er Quarterback

    49ers.clubs.nfl.com/assets/images/imported/photos/2009_minicamp/rookie_minicamp/davis3--nfl_large_580_1000.jpg">Nate Davis - #7The Next Great San Francisco 49er QBI love Mike Singletary...

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  2. The Time Has Come For Football

    49er Football is Back! Head Coach Mike Singletary Last season 49er fans listened to all the hype. The 49ers were going to come back and take the NFC West. Unfortunately, Mike Nolan was still at the controls...

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  3. SF – Santa Clara 49er Connections Run Deep...

    It is ironic that San Francisco and Santa Clara are involved in a tug of war over the 49ers, and over Bay Area football dominance...

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  4. 49ers: Do Big Bad Boys Provide Hope for the Future?

    As many fans know, the draft is a crapshoot. Many projected stars never make it while gems are sometimes found in the far reaches of the draft. Dwight Clark, a 10th-round draft pick, comes immediately to mind...

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  5. Chasing the Dream

    Jimmy Raye, 49ers Offensive Coordinator Our article on Michael Robinson evoked an interesting response from a reader: "You make some very loose connections to give credibility to your opinion...

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  6. Frankie Albert - the Little General

    Over the years the Niners have had some sensational quarterbacks. Names like Montana, Young, Tittle, Brodie, Garcia, etc. The least known but one of the absolute best was a little left-hander who started it all -- Frankie Albert...

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  7. Fickle 49er Fans Flaunt Foolishness

    It is well known that sports fans often favor the underdog, and become impatient with the status quo, wishing to replace their players with others, often lesser known or even less talented...

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  8. The Drive that Started it All

    The 49ers waited thirty-five years to win their first championship and nobody really expected it. Coming off a less than successful 1980 season, Bill Walsh went heavily for defensive ...

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  9. The San Francisco 49er's Hall of Fame–Early Years

    In 1969, the 49ers placed their first two players into the Hall of Fame; defensive tackle Leo Nomellini, and fullback Joe Perry. All told, there were six players from the Golden Era who earned their way into the Hall of Fame...

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  10. 1952 - A Crazy Year

    Victorious over the Bears, 40-16.The year was 1952. The San Francisco 49ers were now starting their third season in the NFL after a very successful run in the All-American Football Conference under Head Coach Lawrence T...

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  11. How it All Started

    The Early Years -- The All-American Football Conference (AAFC) 1948 49ers When World War II ended in 1945, the Bay Area was booming. Thousands of veterans were returning and opportunity was in the air...

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  12. Every Picture Tells a Story -- 1952

    The year was 1952. The San Francisco 49ers were now starting their third season in the NFL after a very successful run in the All-American Football Conference under Head Coach Lawrence T...

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  13. San Francisco 49ers and the All-American Football Conference (AAFC)

    When World War II ended in 1945, the Bay Area was booming. Thousands of veterans were returning and opportunity was in the air...

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  14. A Single Moment of Shame in 49ers History

    Most 49er fans remember Joe "The Jet" Perry as the first black player on the team. "The Compton Comet" was a little bigger than Frank Gore and literally would burst through the line of scrimmage...

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  15. A Long Way from Kezar: Starting Season No. 64 As a 49er Fan

    As we approach the 2009 season, there is more hope for this 'Niner team than any in a long time. Speaking of a long time, I guess my run as a 'Niner fan has been one of the longest...

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  16. The Greatest 49ers Athlete Ever

    I'm writing this article to salute the man whom I consider to be the greatest athlete to ever put on a 49er uniform. He may well have been the best athlete in American history. He is the youngest player to EVER start an NFL game...

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  17. A Tale Of Two Quarterbacks

    J.R. was an exciting young quarterback who played for Michigan State from 1965-67. In 1965, his team was undefeated at 10-0 and won the Big 10 title, only to lose in the Rose Bowl to UCLA in a surprising upset...

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