1. Are the San Francisco 49ers the Best Team in Football?

    The San Francisco 49ers finished the 2011 season with a regular-season record of 13-3. They were the surprise team of the league and advanced all the way to the NFC championship game...

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  2. San Francisco Giants: September Call-Ups Who Could Make an Impact

    The San Francisco Giants lead the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NL West by one-and-a-half games. The Arizona Diamondbacks are also lurking, trailing the Giants by only five games...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 5,806 reads 15 comments

  3. San Francisco 49ers: Who Should Be Alex Smith's First Receiving Option?

    The San Francisco 49ers finished the 2011 regular season with a record of 13-3. They defeated the New Orleans Saints in the playoffs and advanced to the NFC championship game...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 2,630 reads 26 comments

  4. Michael Phelps: Reviewing USA Megastar's Historic Olympic Career

    Michael Phelps ' amazing Olympic career is now complete. He will retire as the most decorated Olympian in the history of the Games...

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  5. 5 Mistakes Jim Harbaugh Must Avoid in Year Two

    The San Francisco 49ers surprised the football world in 2011, finishing the season with a 13-3 record and advancing to the NFC championship game...

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  6. 5 Reasons the SF Giants Hit a Home Run at the MLB Trade Deadline

    The San Francisco Giants had lost five-straight games, all at home. The team was floundering as their hitters were struggling, and their pitching was starting to show signs of fatigue...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 6,494 reads 28 comments

  7. Michael Phelps: Previewing USA Superstar's Upcoming Swimming Events

    Michael Phelps has five events remaining in his Olympic career. London has not been kind to the swimming icon thus far...

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  8. Dana Vollmer: Olympic Gold Medalist Has the Heart of a Champion

    Dana Vollmer won the gold medal in the 100-meter butterfly. With a world record time of 55.98, she also became the first woman to swim under 56 seconds in this event...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 6,556 reads 1 comments

  9. Natalie Coughlin: Analyzing Star's Impact on Olympic Swimming

    Natalie Coughlin came to London needing one Olympic medal to join fellow swimmers Dara Torres and Jenny Thompson as the most decorated female Olympians in our country's history. In 2008, Coughlin won six medals in Beijing...

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  10. Michael Phelps Begins Quest for 7 Golds with Saturday's 400 IM

    Michael Phelps begins his quest for more gold on Saturday. He currently has 16 Olympic medals in his illustrious career, 14 of them gold and two bronze. London will be Phelps' fourth Olympic games...

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  11. San Francisco 49ers: What New Wrinkles Will Vic Fangio Implement on Defense?

    San Francisco 49ers ' defensive coordinator Vic Fangio is widely regarded as one of the top defensive minds in the game of football. 49ers' head coach Jim Harbaugh wisely focuses on the offense and allows Fangio complete reign over the defense...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 2,040 reads 10 comments

  12. Should Sergio Romo Be the San Francisco Giants' Closer?

    When the season started, the Giants were set with Brian Wilson as their closer. Sergio Romo , Santiago Casilla, Javier Lopez and Jeremy Affeldt were the primary seventh and eighth inning men...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 2,772 reads 26 comments

  13. 5 San Francisco Giants Who Must Step Up for Team to Win the NL West

    The San Francisco Giants cling to a two game lead in the NL West over the Los Angeles Dodgers , with the Arizona Diamondbacks lurking only six games back. With 73 games remaining, the division is definitely up for grabs...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 3,004 reads 19 comments

  14. San Francisco 49ers: Stock Up, Stock Down for 10 Key Players Heading into Camp

    The San Francisco 49ers are only a few weeks away from the opening of training camp. Unlike 2011, when the lockout shortened the preseason, head coach Jim Harbaugh and his staff ...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 8,226 reads 32 comments

  15. 10 Storylines That Will Dominate the NFL in 2012

    The 2011 season ended with the New York Giants winning the Super Bowl over the New England Patriots. This was Eli Manning's second Super Bowl title...

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  16. 10 Bold Predictions for San Francisco Giants' Second Half

    The San Francisco Giants enter the All-Star break with a record of 46-40, a half-game behind the Los Angeles Dodgers . The Giants are in an excellent position to make their move and seize control of the division...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 5,120 reads 50 comments

  17. Frank Gore: Game-by-Game Stat Predictions in 2012

    The San Francisco 49ers found a gem when they selected Frank Gore , back in the 2005 NFL draft. He was the 65th player drafted, and the 49ers are so glad they got him. Gore has been the heart and soul of the 49ers' franchise for several years...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 4,225 reads 36 comments

  18. Jim Harbaugh and the Biggest Media Misconception About the San Francisco 49ers

    It started with Joe Montana and was carried on by Steve Young. It was the West Coast offense, a finesse-oriented passing scheme devised by Bill Walsh. Since the West Coast offense became vogue, the media has classified the 49ers as a finesse team...

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  19. 5 Biggest Roadblocks to a San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl Win This Season

    The San Francisco 49ers and their fans have soaring expectations for the coming season. In 2011, the 49ers were one of the surprise teams in the league...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 5,399 reads 20 comments

  20. San Francisco Giants: Who Is the Most Unfair All-Star Snub?

    The San Francisco Giants have four players that made the All-Star team—and deservedly so. Buster Posey, Melky Cabrera and Pablo Sandoval were voted in by the fans as starters...

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  21. SF 49ers: 5 Reasons Why Jim Harbaugh Can Get the Most out of Randy Moss

    The San Francisco 49ers have made several offseason moves over these past few months. None has been more interesting or more daring than their signing of Randy Moss ...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 5,036 reads 21 comments

  22. Tim Lincecum: 5 Drastic Ideas for Getting the Freak Back on Track

    After compiling five stellar seasons, including two Cy Young Awards, Tim Lincecum is having the roughest stretch he has ever experienced. Lincecum is currently 2-8 with a 6.07 ERA and 1...

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  23. Tim Lincecum: Time to Move Former Giants Ace to the Bullpen?

    Heading into his next start, Tim Lincecum holds a record of 2-8 with an ERA of 6.19. Although he has struck out 83 batters in 77 innings of work, he has also allowed 41 walks, and has a 1...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 2 years ago 2,150 reads 16 comments

  24. 12 Early Winners and Losers of the San Francisco 49ers' Offseason

    The San Francisco 49ers have made several changes to their roster this offseason. GM Trent Baalke and head coach Jim Harbaugh have acquired a great deal of talent to upgrade the offense, while keeping the 49ers' staunch defense intact...

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  25. Why the San Francisco Giants' 2012 Season Is Beginning to Remind of 2010

    The San Francisco Giants shocked the baseball world in 2010. They won their first World Series since the franchise moved west in 1958. This unique band of misfits, journeymen and youngsters came together at the right time and won it all...

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