It’s been a rough week for the 49ers: the team fell to 4-4 after a crushing defeat to the Rams, the rumors of Jim Harbaugh leaving persist, and now they’ve lost once-promising prospect Marcus Lattimore for good due to ongoing knee trouble. It appears Las Vegas bookies have taken note of the dark clouds currently circling Santa Clara, and they’ve made the three-time NFC Title Game contender a long shot to hoist the Lombardi Trophy this year.
The 49ers and Raiders have long been in the discussion as the most followed franchises in America, but the latest Harris poll of fans found that neither is a top five response when football fans are asked what team they root for.
By Taylor Brisco (@taylor__brisco) As with social media, memes have taken over society. The creative geniuses that construct these moments of laughter are becoming internet comedians. It takes a special person, a special talent to […]
Former 49er special teams standout C.J. Spillman was investigated for groping and trying to force oral sex on a Santa Clara Massage therapist while a member of the team last year, according to the New York Daliy News.
With his coach’s backing, C.J. Spillman returned to the Cowboys practice field Thursday as he awaits the results of a police investigation into his role in an alleged sexual assault last month at a suburban Dallas hotel.
Move over Tebowing and Kaepernicking. During Sunday’s NFL game between the San Francisco 49ers and the Dallas Cowboys and brand new verb began to emerge – “to Romo.”
Colin Kaepernick looked ready to lead the San Francisco 49ers to another NFC championship game. Tony Romo looked rusty for the Dallas Cowboys.
While the teams’ star players and memorable contests have been well-documented, here are some lesser-known facts about this rivalry.
Defensive lineman Ray McDonald is traveling with the San Francisco 49ers and will suit up against Dallas with his teammates despite his arrest on domestic violence charges.
While there will be a lot of new faces on the 49ers defensive side of the ball this Sunday, none will be due to injuries—or at least injuries that have surprised San Francisco.