1. Quick Take: 49ers Performances in Ugly Loss to Tennessee Titans

    Apologies in advance to the editors who have to clean this up. I'm VERY short on time so I'm just brain dumping this stuff because I feel like I have to get it out on the table for discussion...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 5 years ago 351 reads 1 comments

  2. Here's Hoping Alex Smith's Spark Catches Fire for the 49ers

    Per Mike Singletary's Monday Presser , Alex Smith will be the starting quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers going forward. For those of us who got to watch the second half of the Houston game, this move brings with it some hope...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 5 years ago 644 reads 3 comments

  3. 49ers-Texans: What Can San Fransisco Fans Expect?

    We've all had nearly two weeks to go through all of the various phases of dealing with a teeth-kicking loss to Atlanta. First there's panic, generally during the game in question, followed shortly thereafter by anger, sadness, shame...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 5 years ago 718 reads 5 comments

  4. 49ers Fans: Is It Too Early To Believe?

    Many fickle 49er fans (say that three times fast) as well as so-called "experts" alike are all answering or trying to answer one question: "Are the 49ers a good team?" In the wake of one of the worst losses in franchise history, it's a fair question...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 5 years ago 632 reads 4 comments

  5. Changes Coming: Singletary's Monday Presser Highlights

    Most fans, myself included, were reeling after Sunday's blowout loss to the Atlanta Falcons at Candlestick Park. Trying to find answers and retain some hope, I turned to head coach Mike Singletary's Monday press conference...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 5 years ago 470 reads 0 comments

  6. 49ers Vs. Vikings Final Minutes: Why Hind Sight Is Always 20/20

    As I watched the screen of a "netbook" style laptop waiting for the next play to refresh, I remember the sense of victory I had when the 49ers got the ball back late in the 4th quarter...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 5 years ago 628 reads 2 comments

  7. San Francisco 49ers: Thoughts After Two Wins

    I wrote this article after the third preseason game of 2009, detailing who the San Francisco 49ers were as a team. My reactions to their play in the preseason led me to make some statements about ...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 5 years ago 707 reads 9 comments

  8. The San Francisco 49ers Are Who We Thought They Were...but Hoped They Weren't

    Sure, it's the preseason. I know, you're not supposed to draw any conclusions from it. But I tend to disagree, to an extent. When the first-team offense is going up against a first team defense...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 5 years ago 891 reads 2 comments

  9. Brett Favre's Toughest Decision Yet: Dinner [Humor]

    In all fairness, this article was spawned in response to this article and chronicles the way our favorite newsworthy ancient ex/current/ex quarterback makes his evening dinner plans. Brett Favre loves him some dinner...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about 5 years ago 425 reads 0 comments

  10. San Francisco 49ers Look Rough Around Edges in Preseason Opener

    Though there were plenty of bright spots, to me it looked at times as though the 49ers thought they were playing in a scrimmage perhaps. Maybe that's the way the coaches wanted to approach this game...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about 5 years ago 824 reads 0 comments

  11. Update: Brandon Jones Out For Two Months

    ESPN.com just reported that San Francisco 49er wide receiver Brandon Jones will miss two months with a fractured shoulder. Head coach Mike Singletary is apparently saying that Jones will not need surgery...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about 5 years ago 131 reads 0 comments

  12. Finding the 49ers: How Much Room Is There for Improvement in San Francisco?

    I was looking at stats today, being the Monday Morning Quarterback that I am, trying to see just what our shortcomings were during the 2008 season. As I poured through the numbers, one thing became apparent to me...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about 5 years ago 923 reads 20 comments

  13. Really? Crowning the Vikings Already? Here We Go Again...

    So here I find myself again (albeit much earlier in the season than last year) in disbelief over the instant crowning of the Minnesota Vikings as not only NFC North champs, but tops of the entire conference...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about 5 years ago 1,095 reads 24 comments

  14. Outback Bowl Preview: Greene Key to Iowa's Success

    On this New Year's Eve I find myself filled with anticipation for the Bowl games to come tomorrow. Being an Iowa Hawkeye fan I am most certainly looking forward to the Outback Bowl, which pits Iowa against Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks.

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about over 5 years ago 97 reads 0 comments

  15. Tre's Week 14 Picks

    Here I go with another week's worth of predictions in the topsy turvy world of the NFL: OAK @ SD - I have been reading all sorts of very "situational" stats about these teams against one another, individual performances against the opposing team, etc...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about over 5 years ago 59 reads 1 comments

  16. Go Greene for Heisman...Shonn Greene

    I'm writing this article in response to seeing the recent numbers for Heisman votes. Of the only two RBs to get significant votes, Javon Ringer is ahead of Shonn Greene by 14,000 votes. Javon Ringer has 139 LESS yards on 92 MORE carries than Shonn Greene

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about over 5 years ago 500 reads 0 comments

  17. Calling All 49ers Fans: Pick Your Offseason Wish List

    This one is simply a question, with a poll thrown in for those who don't want to formally comment. 49ers Fans: Who are your top three offseason pickups including the Draft as well as Free Agency/Trades? ...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 6 years ago 362 reads 2 comments

  18. Tre's Week 13 Picks

    So it's not like I'm a proven expert...but I wanted to throw out there my pics for Week 13 and we'll see how they pan out: TEN @ DET - Tennessee is a hornets nest that's been beaten with a stick...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 6 years ago 94 reads 2 comments

  19. Are the Jets Ready to Be Crowned?

    Maybe it's just me. Maybe I haven't watched the game tapes from every game...but it seems to me that since their victory over the Tennessee Titans in Week 12, the "experts" as well ...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 6 years ago 177 reads 2 comments

  20. How Nnamdi Asomugha Would Make a Difference for the 49ers

    Any fan can see that the 49ers have problems. Everyone wants to throw out solutions starting with Quarterback, Receivers...the big play guys. Sure Shaun Hill was a perennial backup...a third-stringer who hasn't played long enough to prove anything...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 6 years ago 577 reads 2 comments

  21. NFL's Hard Hitters Are Hit Hard By Overprotective Rules

    When you hear the following names, think of the pictures in your mind that are conjured up upon their memories: Ronnie Lott, Steve Atwater, Lawrence Taylor, Mike Singletary, Troy Polamolu, Bob Sanders...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 6 years ago 468 reads 0 comments

  22. San Francisco 49ers: Looking Ahead to the Off-Season

    I'm a 20+ year fan of the Niners. That means I've been through the highest of highs and the lowest of lows (i.e., recently). And yes, I'm giving up on this season... that's a fairly obvious conclusion...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 6 years ago 570 reads 0 comments

  23. Heisman Should Greene Light Iowa Running Back "Shonn"

    Over the years, I've come to realize something about the Heisman trophy, something along with many parts of our society that seems to be "all understood": It's a lot like a presidential election...

    Tre Faaborg Written by Tre Faaborg about almost 6 years ago 1,100 reads 3 comments