San Francisco 49’ers
New England and Baltimore are developing an impressive postseason rivalry.
The Green Bay Packers do not have many holes in their game as they enter the playoffs as the No. 2 seed in the NFC. However, one is their blocking in the kicking game. They allowed more combined blocked field goals, extra point attempts and punts than they had in the previous five seasons combined.
New England’s star quarterback has given his team a little more flexibility in spending.
The Minnesota Vikings have more confidence and optimism heading into this offseason than they did a year ago. They have two of the most important pieces in place in head coach Mike Zimmer and Teddy Bridgewater. Also, they improved in several areas from the past season. The Vikings have 12 free agents this offseason, but just one opening day starter.
As the 49ers look back on this season, it will not be positive. The team almost had a losing record, and missed the playoffs after 3 straight NFC Championship games. However, the teams awful season has to do with injuries than anything else, and a problem that shouldn’t haunt them next season.
New England’s offensive coordinator says he’s happy where he is, but at least one NFL team is seriously interested in interviewing him.
The San Diego Chargers are still in the hunt for a playoff spot, but after three consecutive NFC Championship Game appearances, the San Francisco 49ers are out. They have the opportunity to play the spoiler for the Chargers, but what has happened to them this year? CBS Sports’ Steve Beuerlein spoke on this weekend’s west coast game and looks at what has gone wrong and right.
Refer to this travel guide when attending the San Francisco 49ers home game against the Seattle Seahawks on Thanksgiving.
Tony Romo has taken a lot of criticism following the week one loss to San Francisco. However, was he the only one to blame for the Dallas Cowboys’ loss?
Former Cowboys safety Gerald Sensabaugh was very critical of the Cowboys “home” crowd on Sunday. Sensabaugh joined Shan & RJ on 105.3 The Fan and revealed that the 49ers fan invasion was no fluke.
If it was tough Sunday to watch the action on the field, the scene in the stands at AT&T Stadium may have been even worse for Dallas Cowboy fans.
The Dallas Cowboys opened the 2014 season in front of a home crowd of 91,174 on Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. It sure didn’t feel like it.