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  • Niners QB Kaepernick going deep, just not with much success

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. Colin Kaepernick has attempted more deep passes than anyone in the NFL. More than Andrew Luck, Ben Roethlisberger and Tom Brady, and almost twice as many as Aaron Rodgers. But failure with the long ball has helped turn the 49ers (7-5)...
  • Sherman, Seahawks' 'D' stifle 49ers in 19-3 win

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. Offensive struggles caught up again with the 49ers, who saw their three-game win streak end and NFC playoff hopes dim Thursday night when the rival Seattle Seahawks claimed a 19-3 victory. Colin Kaepernick, in one of his most...
  • 49ers' Crabtree downplays feud with Seahawks' Sherman

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. Richard Sherman may have had two interceptions, but neither came while covering Michael Crabtree, the 49ers wide receiver that Sherman called out after last season's NFC Championship game in Seattle. Crabtree, after Thursday's 19-3...
  • How Seahawks' 'D' has evolved into something almost as formidable as the 2013 version

    The route is called a "stutter comeback," and Richard Sherman admits defending it has been one of his few weaknesses. So Thursday night, when the Seahawks sat in a three-deep zone and Sherman read the play perfectly and intercepted his first of two...
  • Fantasy start/sit for Week 10: Steelers' Martavis Bryant has the hot hand

    Fantasy start/sit for Week 10: Steelers' Martavis Bryant has the hot hand
    This time of the fantasy football calendar usually presents a dilemma: Plan for the short term or the playoffs? If you’re coasting to a postseason berth then the answer is simple: stock your roster for those early winter games that might bag you a...
  • Down 14-0, 49ers rally for 31-17 win over Rams

    Down 14-0, 49ers rally for 31-17 win over Rams
    ST. LOUIS -- The Monday night lights sure agree with the San Francisco 49ers. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick threw for three touchdowns and 343 yards as San Francisco overcame a 14-0 first-quarter deficit for its seventh straight Monday night win, a 31-17...
  • 49ers storm back to beat Rams 31-17

    49ers storm back to beat Rams 31-17
    By Bucky Dent, The Sports Xchange ST. LOUIS — The Monday night lights sure agree with the San Francisco 49ers. Quarterback Colin Kaepernick threw for three touchdowns and 343 yards as San Francisco overcame a 14-0 first-quarter deficit for its...
  • Madden 15 simulation: Bears 20, 49ers 14

     Madden 15 simulation: Bears 20, 49ers 14
    The receivers are ailing, the offensive line regressed, the defense is terrible, Jay Cutler still is prone to back-breaking mistakes late and the sky is falling rather rapidly. One week, team is 0-1. Deep breath. The exhale slides right into a...
  • Behind Enemy Lines: Harbaugh, 49ers continue thriving through chaos

    Behind Enemy Lines: Harbaugh, 49ers continue thriving through chaos
    As the Bears prepare for this weekend’s trip to San Francisco, we asked Matt Barrows, the 49ers beat writer for the Sacramento Bee, for his candid personal scouting report. Here are four things you need to know about the Niners before Sunday’s...
  • NFC team-by-team preview

    Philadelphia Eagles 2013: 10-6, first. Last in playoffs: 2013. They're going all the way: QB Nick Foles is coming off an unbelievable season, with 27 touchdown passes and just two interceptions. LeSean McCoy is the defending rushing champion and the...
  • NFL 2014 preview: Seattle Seahawks are poised to repeat in NFC West

    1. SEATTLE 2013 | 13-3, 1st in West Last year in playoffs | 2013   Going all the way: The last franchise to win back-to-back Super Bowl titles was New England in 2003 and ’04, so the Seahawks have quite a challenge. Then again, Pete Carroll...