From the play up front of a physical line, to the lead blocking of fullback Bruce Miller, to the spirited running of halfback Frank Gore, the ground game has carried a San Francisco offense that ranks No. 1 in the NFL in rushing but is last in the league in passing.
One decisive 18-play drive told the story of San Francisco’s successful day on offense. The 49ers (4-2) churned out 89 yards and used up 9 1/2 minutes of clock time, from late in the third quarter to just less than seven minutes left.
Offensive coordinator Greg Roman will be in San Francisco for at least another two seasons with the 49ers.
Even though Colin Kaepernick already has two playoff wins under his belt, he’s not letting that go to his head. “I just try to keep my head down and keep working,” he said.
Often underappreciated and overlooked around the NFL, Frank Gore has carried the 49ers through good times and mostly bad the last eight seasons.
San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman is a finalist to replace Joe Paterno at Penn State, his agent said.
Just got out of a meeting with Jim Harbaugh, Greg Roman, Delanie Walker, and Donte Whitner. It’s a production meeting in which coaches and players fill us with “nuggets” as we prepare for the broadcast of Saturday’s game between the 49ers and Raiders.
New San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman is cramming a whole lot of work into a small amount of time.
New 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh hired away three coaches from his former Stanford staff Friday to join him in the NFL.