As the San Francisco 49ers get ready to host the Tennessee Titans this Sunday, a familiar face comes to town. Titans Tight End Delanie Walker will face his old team for the first time in the 49ers' home stadium (the first meeting was in Tenneesse in 2013).
Walker was drafted in the sixth round of the 2006 NFL Draft by San Francisco, who drafted fellow ...
The 0-7 San Francisco 49ers are out of playoff contention and are looking for ways to make the most of the season. Rest assured, they want to win games and will continue to do all they can to get W's.
At the same time, they are truly evaluating every player on the roster and will look for ways to maximize each of them as they prepare for the offseason....
It's that time again, when the San Francisco 49ers renew their longtime rivalry with the Dallas Cowboys!
Times are different now, as the Cowboys are possible Super Bowl contenders, while the 49ers are in year one of a rebuild.
Time and Place: 1:05 PM PST, Levi Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
When the Cowboys have the ...
Though it's been a rough start, the 2017 Season is still young. The 49ers have not been able to close the deal and come up with their first victory of the season yet, but Sunday will probably be their best chance to do so.
When the Colts have the ball
The 49ers have one of the best looking young defenses in the NFL thus far and on Sunday, they will ...
Football is is a game of matchups and one on one battles, and this week's 49ers/Rams game will give fans plenty to watch.
Fans tend to follow the ball or their favorite player during the game. Below are matchups to look for and where you can find them.
CARLOS HYDE AND THE RUN GAME VS RAMS FRONT SEVEN.
This looks like a mismatch made in heaven.
It's been a roller coaster for the San Francisco 49ers after two weeks of Preseason football, but tonight's matchup against the Minnesota Vikings should provide some sort of clarity as the regular season approaches.
What you need to know:
When and Where: 5:00 PM PST on NBC, U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
History: The 49ers lead the ...
The first game is in the books and after the 49ers' 27-17 victory over the Chiefs, there were some stand-outs that could break into the 53-man roster.
As of right now, here is the likeliest group to make the final 53:
Quarterbacks – Brian Hoyer, Matt Barkley, and C.J. Beathard (3)
C.J. Beathard played very well in the second half, throwing two ...