The 49ers have reached their regular season finale, but are nowhere near where they had hoped to be at the start of the season. To avoid a 5 game losing streak they must beat a very good Cardinal team that is looking to clinch the NFC West.
Rumors have been flying as to the fate of 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh, and the future looks bleak. On Sunday night, Jay Glazer of Fox Sports reported that Harbaugh would be leaving San Francisco “within 24-48 hours […]
Playing in the weakest division in the NFL, the New Orleans Saints were eliminated from the playoffs Sunday as they lost their fifth straight at home. The Falcons beat them 30-14. What happened to the Saints and their star quarterback Drew Brees?
The 49ers added another bad loss to their 2014 season. This time they blew a huge lead, losing at home and extending the teams losing streak. San Francisco played well enough to win, but not for the entire game and it cost them another win.
Quarterback Philip Rivers rallied San Diego back from a 21-point deficit in the second half, keeping the Chargers’ slim playoff hopes alive with a 38-35 victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Saturday night.
While the 49ers are playing their last two games for pride, the San Diego Chargers are fighting for a playoff spot. They meet Saturday at Levi’s Stadium in a game that will be broadcast on KPIX 5 at 5:25 p.m.
The 49ers are no longer in the picture, but the NFC West title is still up for grabs. With two games to play, the 11-3 Cardinals meet the 10-4 Seahawks in Arizona Sunday.
It’s week 16, so the injuries are catching up to the 49ers who have 17 players listed on their injury report. While the Chargers don’t have as many players listed, they have some big names reported as injured and they are still playing for something this season other than pride.
Ray McDonald was released by the 49ers Wednesday following another allegation of sexual assault against the defensive lineman.
Two years ago they were within five yards of winning a Super Bowl. They had been to three straight NFC Championships and were considering Super Bowl favorites. Today, they are 7-7, not going to the playoffs, and imploding in every aspect imaginable.
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