Posted on: September 26, 2009 11:51 am

Gore Off. Player of Week.

The San Francisco 49ers were notified today that RB Frank Gore has been named NFC Offensive Player of the Week following his performance Sunday versus the Seattle Seahawks.

With touchdown runs of 79 and 80 yards, 49ers RB Frank Gore became the only player in NFL history, other than Barry Sanders (80 & 82 at TB, 10/12/97), to register two scoring runs of 75 yards-or-more in the same game. On the day, Gore posted his second career 200-yard rushing performance (16-207-2TDs), while leading his team to a 2-0 start and a spot atop the NFC West. His 12.9 yards per carry average ranks second in franchise history (min. 10 carries) and is the third-highest single-game average (min. 15 carries) in the NFL, since 1970. Gore’s 80-yd. touchdown run was the longest run of his career, while the 79 yarder now ranks second. He also set a career-high, and the 6th-highest total in 49ers history, with 246 yards from scrimmage, having led the team with 39 yards receiving.

Other Gore Notables from the day

•    Gore rushed for 126 yards on 11 carries and one touchdown in the first half. It was the first time that Gore rushed for over 100 yards in the first half since 12/10/06 vs. Green Bay (106 yards on 9 carries).
•    Sunday marked Gore’s 16th career 100-yard rushing performance, which is tied for 2nd in team history, and his 7th career game with two rushing touchdowns.
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Posted on: September 21, 2009 9:48 am

49ERS Win Again! 2-0

Niners win again are you still doubting what I said before the season started.
Don't hate and don't talk crap the 49ers fans know their team.



GO 49ERS!!!
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Posted on: September 10, 2009 4:59 pm

Just keep bashing the 49ers.

That right keep on bashing the 49ers even the so call expert are saying the the Niners will lose against the Cards.

Oh well I say keep it up and when you see what the fans already know please don't try to jump on the band wagon because you will not be welcomed with open arms.

I said it before the Niners is the Team to watch but you still don't want to hear me.

Go Niners, Go Gore, Go Coffee.

San Francisco Rules!!!!

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Posted on: August 15, 2009 11:53 am

Defence can be better?

It was a great pre-season game but the defence can do better, I give you praises and I give you need improvements.


1. For the interceptions

2. Energy level.

3. Great Job.

4. Singletary got it going on with the Niners.

5. This will be a Great Year!!

Need improvements.

1. Protecting the QB!!!

2. Stop leaving the field wide open!!

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Posted on: August 14, 2009 11:31 am

Sitting Out/Praises for Singletary

Praises to Coach Singletary for not letting his top players play on Friday night!
Even if us Fans would like to see Gore &Bruce play it's nice to know that the
Coach is thinking about keeping them healthy.
I know a lot of folks would like to see them play but waiting for the regular
season is the Best .
Go Niners

Gore won't have to play Friday

Running back Frank Gore and receiver Isaac Bruce won't play
during Friday's preseason game against the Broncos. Coach
Mike Singletary
doesn't want to risk injury to two of his
star players who have been getting plenty of work in camp.
Glen Coffee will replace Gore.
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Posted on: August 11, 2009 7:53 pm

Gore in shape!!

I have told you before to watch out for the 49ers this Season. They are Ready and so are the Fans!

 Gore's work ethic paying off

49ers RB Frank Gore hasn't taken a day off through the first
10 days of camp, and hasn't asked for one either. That
effort and energy is catching on with his offensive linemen
and others. The coaches are closely monitoring Gore's
workload to make sure he stays healthy and fresh, and though
he will be limited in Friday's exhibition opener against
Denver, it's clear that he's motivated to have a huge year.
The 26-year-old returned to the University of Miami for his
offseason regimen this offseason, rededicating himself to
the kind of training that worked so well for him in 2006.
It's been paying off as Gore is in excellent physical shape
and is working hard despite the blazing heat in San
Francisco. "I think he has the eye of the tiger this year,"
said Niners offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye. "From what
I've seen, his work ethic has been outstanding and he's
looking forward to a good year - and we are looking forward
to him having one."

Gore has been nicked up the past two seasons but thinks his
return to Miami to train will keep him fresh. We like the
improved 49ers' O-line and receiving corps and think both
might help Gore post big yards and touchdowns this season.
The bottom line is that Gore is the one of the rare NFL
running backs
who won't share the ball much, get plenty of
catches as well as carries and work in the end zone. He's a
legit first-round pick and No. 1 Fantasy RB that owners
should lean on this season.
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Posted on: July 5, 2009 12:09 am

Steve McNair

To the Family & Friends of Steve McNair,
We Pray for your strength.
I will Miss Steve.
May You Be Blessed.

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Tags: Tenn., Titans
Posted on: March 14, 2009 2:35 pm

Top Hits of 2008(49ers)

 Throughout the offseason, TV 49 will take a look at some of the best highlights for the 49ers in 2008.  You can also vote for your favorite plays on the homepage.  Just in case you wanted to get the players' take on their favorite plays of the year before making your vote, here's what they had to say about the best special teams plays from last season.

Nate Clements:
“Oh, its neck-and-neck. It would have to be my hit on Jason Witten and Pat’s hit on Brad Smith against the Jets. It’s a close call. After I hit Witten, I didn’t hear him make any noise, because he couldn’t speak. I took all the air out of him. It’s definitely between us two.”
Justin Smith: “Probably Pat’s hit on Brad Smith. It was the loudest hit, when he got up he went back down again.”

Delanie Walker: “Patrick Willis on Brad Smith. The one he had against Kenneth Darby from the Rams, where he picked him up and slammed him down was good too, but the one on Smith was the best hit. Smith’s leg was folded back and he was knocked out, but he didn’t know he was knocked out until he took three steps and fell down again. He got sniped. He got hit and then he didn’t know he got hit.

“I’d say my hit on DeSean Jackson – that was a good hit, but it wasn’t a direct hit. A great hit is when pads go against pads. I caught him with my arm and he was light so I was able to bring him down. Mine was like a clothesline, it was a nice hit. I’d put that up there, but the best hit was Patrick Willis. That hit against Smith was unbelievable.”

Patrick Willis: “I’d say Michael Lewis’ hit on the goal line against the Saints. That was a big play, because most of the time, you’d think a fullback is going to run through a safety and Mike Lew held up his own on that one and I know I got excited. He knocked the ball loose and I fell right on it. That was probably one of the biggest hits I saw from our defense all year.”

Takeo Spikes: “I’m biased, so I’d say Pat’s hit against the Jets. The sound was probably one of the best sounds I’ve ever heard on a football field. I would have to rate that up there with one of my best hits. It was 2004, I hit Reggie Williams, the ball went one way and his helmet went the other. That sound was pretty good.”


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