Buffalo More Concerned With Kaepernick As QB Than ActivistIt makes no difference to Rex Ryan whether Colin Kaepernick kneels in protest during the national anthem when Buffalo hosts the 49ers on Sunday.
Why Is This So Hard To Ponder?Colin Kaepernick lost his job because he wasn’t very good. Blaine Gabbert, who replaced Kaepernick, lost his job this week because, well, he wasn’t very good either. So Chip Kelly is going back to Kaepernick.
49ers Hope Change To Kaepernick Helps Them Go DeepThe San Francisco 49ers have had plenty of problems on offense the first five weeks, leading to coach Chip Kelly's decision to bench Blaine Gabbert for Colin Kaepernick.
Gabbert's Struggles Lead To Calls For KaepernickThe frustrated fans of the San Francisco 49ers made their feelings clear Thursday night with chants of "We want Kaep! We want Kaep!"
WATCH: Blaine Gabbert Hits Jeremy Kerley For TDThe tandem opened the scoring with the first touchdown of the night.
Solidified As 49ers Starter, Gabbert Steps Into Monday Night SpotlightFrom the day last season when the 49ers missed the playoffs for a second straight year, Blaine Gabbert vowed to remain San Francisco's starting quarterback and lead the team back to respectability.
49ers Keep Colin Kaepernick As Backup QB To Blaine GabbertColin Kaepernick survived San Francisco's roster cuts on Saturday as his skills as quarterback more than offset potential distraction over his refusal to stand during the national anthem.
Sore Shoulder May Keep Kaepernick Sidelined For Sunday's Pre-Season OpenerColin Kaepernick's status for the 49ers pre-season opener Sunday is very much in doubt, with QB Blaine Gabbert likely to start against the Texans.
San Francisco 49ers Season In Review: Tough Going For Tomsula And KaepernickThe 2015 San Francisco 49ers didn't stand much of a chance, considering how much talent the defense lost from the previous season. Injuries didn't help, nor did the ineffectiveness of starting quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Team Grades: 49ers Finish Tough Season With Big Overtime Win Over RamsIt didn't mean anything, really, but the San Francisco 49ers finished their 2015 season with an overtime win at home over the visiting St. Louis Rams. Give credit to the special teams which blocked the Rams OT field-goal attempt before the offense responded with the game-winning FG. With a 5-11 record, the 49ers still finished last in the NFC West Division, but the team avoided its worst season in a decade with the Week 17 victory at Levi's Stadium—the site of Super Bowl 50 in five weeks.
Team Grades: 49ers Start Strong In Motown But Fade In Second HalfThe San Francisco 49ers scored a touchdown in the first quarter Sunday against the Detroit Lions, the first time the S.F. offense had managed an early TD all season. When the 49ers tied the score with 40 seconds left in the first half, things looked good for San Francisco. But it wasn't to be, as Detroit shut out the 49ers in the second half on the way to a 32-17 victory at Ford Field.
Lions Beat Hapless 49ers, 32-17The 49ers (4-11) have lost three straight and five of six under first-year coach Jim Tomsula.