The 49ers and the Lions meet on Sunday in a battle of two the NFC’s best. The Lions are led by quarterback Matt Stafford and receiver Calvin Johnson on offense and their defense has one of the best defensive tackles in the game in Ndamukong Suh. While both teams are talented, the 49ers will be able to rely on their experience and mental toughness to wear out and outlast Detroit.
Last year’s game ended with an angry exchange between the two coaches as they met at mid-field while the 49ers celebrated their victory.
The big news after last year’s game between the 49ers and the Lions was the post game handshake between the coaches. The 49ers have deflected questions this week, trying to keep the focus on the game, despite the media’s best efforts to get them to talk about it.
San Francisco 49ers right tackle Anthony Davis is toning down his tweets after a series of profanity-filled boasts on Twitter following Sunday’s 25-19 road upset of the previously unbeaten Detroit Lions.
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The NFL will not fine coaches Jim Harbaugh and Jim Schwartz for their postgame tiff Sunday.
It would be nice if Jim Harbaugh was getting nationwide attention this morning for turning the sad-sack San Francisco 49ers into perhaps the NFL’s most interesting comeback story of the season.
After the San Francisco 49ers stunning 25-19 victory over the Lions in Detroit Sunday, much of the talk about the game focused on the postgame tiff between 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh and Lions head coach Jim Schwartz.
Not since Bill Walsh has a coach been the face of the San Francisco 49ers franchise. But this isn’t Alex Smith’s team or Patrick Willis’ team, or Frank Gore’s team. This is Jim Harbaugh’s team and they’re all drinking his Cool Aid.