San Francisco 49ers
It’s a NFC West showdown, as the Los Angeles Rams take on the winless San Francisco 49ers on Sept. 21. The NFL’s ‘Thursday Night Football’ kicks off at 8:25 PM ET so find out how to watch.
Colin Kaepernick is reportedly ending his protest of the national anthem. Despite the massive backlash to Colin’s simple decision to sit down, the protest was a huge success – even in ways Colin didn’t intend. So, to him I say, ‘Thanks.’
Colin Kaepernick’s refusal to stand during the national anthem was the biggest NFL scandal since ‘Deflategate.’ For those offended by his protest – good news! Colin’s reportedly done with being a ‘distraction’ and he’s decided to stand for the ‘Star Spangled Banner’ again!
Get ready! The Atlanta Falcons are trying to keep their NFL Playoff dreams alive, while the San Francisco 49ers are just trying to score another win. These two teams go toe-to-to on Dec. 18, so tune in to see every heart-pounding moment!
Talk about two teams desperately in need of a win! The shockingly bad San Francisco 49ers play host to the AFC East basement dwelling New York Jets and the good news is one of these squads will finally get a victory. We’ve got your live stream details to catch all the action.
It’s now or never for both the San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals. These two teams have struggled at the start of the new NFL season, so when they play on Oct. 6 for ‘Thursday Night Football,’ it’s a chance for redemption! Click to watch the game for free!
It’s going to be a battle by the bay as the Dallas Cowboys hit up the San Francisco 49ers, and it’s going to be another big start for Colin Kaepernick’s backup Blaine Gabbert. He’s got a lot to prove against America’s Team and we’ve got your way to watch all the action via live stream!
Game time! West coast NFL action heats up during week 3 when the San Francisco 49ers head up north to battle the Seattle Seahawks. Watch every completion and turnover from CenturyLink Field online here on Sunday Sept. 25th at 4:05 pm EST.
Sacked! Cam Newton will be scrambling against the suffocating defense of the 49ers when the Carolina Panthers host San Francisco at Bank Of America Stadium on Sept. 18th at 1pm EST. Watch every fumble and big touchdown online here!
After two decades, the Rams are back in Los Angeles! They’ll kick off their season against the San Francisco 49ers on Sept. 12. With the drama surrounding Colin Kaepernick’s protests, can the Niners focus on winning the game? It’s going to be good so click to watch!
First Colin Kaepernick gets in trouble for sitting down during the National Anthem, now the 49ers quarterback is in hot water with the police. After Colin wore socks with cartoon pigs dress as cops, a police executive slammed Colin as absolutely ‘disrespectful.’
Ouch! San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s aim was definitely off during the Oct. 22 game against the Seattle Seahawks. He overshot a throw and instead of hitting an open receiver, he nailed a sideline trainer in the face! Click to watch.
We have to wonder which hurt more: Colin Kaepernick, 27, and his San Francisco 49ers losing 20-3 to the Seattle Seahawks, or him nailing a guy in the face with a football. It’s a shame that the sideline trainer wasn’t an open receiver. Colin and the 49ers might have actually won that game!
After a tough battle in the Superdome on Feb. 3, the Baltimore Ravens took home the Vince Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl XLVII after beating the San Francisco 49ers, 34-31! Did the right Harbaugh brother coach their team to victory?
It was a clash of the titans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA on Feb. 3, as the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens faced off in Super Bowl XLVII. Opposing head coach brothers John and Jim Harbaugh led their teams valiantly, but in the end it was John and his Ravens who took home the Vince Lobmardi Trophy!
Joe and Colin are going head-to-head in more ways than one. While they battle it out for a championship title at Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3, we’ll decide who wins the title of biggest hunk!
Talk about some steamy competition! Joe Flacco and Colin Kaepernick will be competing against one another with their teams, as the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers go head-to-head in Super Bowl XLVII. Joe is the starting quarterback for the Ravens, and Colin is the starting quarterback for the 49ers. They may both be athletically talented, but these hotties are also gifted in a whole ‘nother department.
If you’re getting ready for Super Bowl Sunday 2013, make sure you have all the right info! Read on, to learn all the specifics surrounding this year’s big game — including who’s playing, start time, and why this year’s game has been dubbed the “Harbowl”.
Super Bowl XLVII will be the first Super Bowl matchup featuring opposing head coaches who also happen to be brothers (how do you like that for sibling rivalry?). The Baltimore Ravens’ head coach, John Harbaugh, will be competing against his brother, Jim Harbaugh, the San Francisco 49ers’ head coach. Due to this never-before-seen matchup between brothers, this year’s big game has been nicknamed the “Harbaugh Bowl,” the “Harbowl,” the “SuperBaugh,” and the “Brothers Bowl“.