SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A longtime sports columnist who’s been a lightning rod for controversy, not only for his blunt and opinionated style but also for accusations of domestic violence, will now be covering […]
If the Raiders are willing to share a stadium with the Chargers why not share with the 49ers instead? It’s been a question asked countless times since the news broke that Oakland was considering a joint venture with San Diego.
So Colin Kaepernick tried to put a Twitter troll in the trash can where he belongs. Good for him, except he actually put the guy on the front page of every sports site in America.
Tiger Woods on another sabbatical? No problem. Phil Mickelson taking a pass on Pebble? So long, Lefty! An even bigger story has emerged on the Monterey Peninsula.
Four-time Super Bowl winner and San Francisco 49ers Hall of Famer Joe Montana believes the 49ers have a good chance of playing the next Super Bowl in their home stadium, despite their subpar 2014 season and their offseason coaching changes.
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.
“I am SICK and TIRED of listening to the sports casters you have and their OBVIOUS slant toward Niners and mockery and distain for the Raiders.”
It’s not everyday that a TV station publishes a scathing rebuke, but we thought this discussion was worth sharing.
“I can’t breathe,” were the final words spoken by Eric Garner who apparently was choked to death by New York City police.
“Personally, I think that’s a bunch of crap.” Remember those words? Spoken by Jim Harbaugh in September in response to Deion Sanders’ report that the 49ers’ locker room wanted their head coach out.
So Michael Crabtree isn’t happy with his role. He said so to reporters following the 49ers thrilling, possibly season-saving victory in New Orleans in which Crabtree hauled in the season-saving 51-yard bomb to set up the game-tying field goal.