Tag Archives: San Francisco 49ers

Post Free Agency NFL Mock Draft: Round One

Givanni Damico & Mike Fanelli | March 20th, 2019

The 2019 NFL draft is just under six weeks away and with free agency mostly over, NFL teams can focus on upcoming pro days and the draft. With some teams filling their top needs and others having new needs to fill, mock drafts are starting to undergo serious changes.

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Not The 49ers We Expected

Matt Woolsey | January 22nd, 2019

2018 was not the year 49er fans thought it would be. A potential playoff berth was in the discussion, not a 4-12 season that would be good enough for the second-worst record in the league. But if you are going to understand 2018, we will have to hope into the old DeLorean and head back towards the end of 2017.

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Frank Gore’s Hall of Fame Resume

John Wagner | December 18th, 2018

Miami Dolphins running back Frank Gore went down with a sprained foot playing against the Minnesota Vikings, and with the Dolphins on the outskirts of the playoffs (7-7) with only one wild card spot left and three different teams being 8-6 (Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, and the Baltimore Ravens) It looks like a long shot for the Dolphins to weasel into the playoffs.

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How the Quarterback Position has Changed: 1990-2001

Nickolas Loza | December 14th, 2018

Boy, have things changed since the first version of this article went out, the NFL went from almost exclusively running the football, to finally swinging the ratio of plays towards the pass. In the 4th time frame of this series, however, things started to get crazy for the pass. Teams started to center their offense around the pass, like the run-and-shoot offense that some teams ran.

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All You Need is a Kittle

Matt Woolsey | December 14th, 2018

If you are still in the fantasy playoffs and have George Kittle as your tight end, you’re playing him this week. He has proven to be an every week starter in fantasy this season. We have seen him put up monster games like he did this past Sunday when he was five yards shy of breaking the all-time single-game record for yards by a tight end set by one Shannon Sharpe. Again he is in your lineup for the remainder of the season.

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