When Jim Harbaugh and Alex Smith drove in the Giants’ victory parade last fall, players on San Francisco’s championship baseball team hoped they might be able to return the favor if the 49ers could win it all a few months later.
Running back Frank Gore arrived for work Monday ready to push through another tough week of game preparation and do everything he can to keep his team playing right into February.
San Francisco can’t play any worse than they played last night, and they still pulled off an eight-point win, which makes me a believer.
San Francisco’s stingy defense denied Matthew Stafford another milestone, Vernon Davis caught touchdown passes of 21 and 23 yards from Alex Smith, and the 49ers beat the Detroit Lions 27-19 on Sunday night in a September showdown of NFC powers.
One of the cool things about covering the NFL is getting a chance to talk to the opposing players and coaches throughout the week.
Jim Schwartz and Jim Harbaugh have down played last year’s hand shake all week. It looks like 49ers Owner Jed York thinks it’s a bigger deal then the coaches do. At a rally for the […]
Jim Harbaugh would love it if his postgame handshake with Detroit coach Jim Schwartz last season was ancient history 11 months later.
Jim Harbaugh’s San Francisco 49ers showed all the same poise and big playmaking ability — not to mention dominant defense against NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers — in a season-opening statement victory at Green Bay as they did in coming so close to a Super Bowl last season.
Now comes the fun part.
When contemplating the NFL’s biggest jerks we came up with a lot of Detroit Lions.