Video: NFL on FOX sits down with the San Francisco 49ers

Nov 17, 2011 at 8:59 AM--


Click here to watch an extended cut from the NFL on FOX's pre game show from Sunday morning. It features Pam Oliver sitting down with San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith, running back Frank Gore, and linebacker Patrick Willis, and defensive lineman Justin Smith. The team discusses their surprise start and what makes this team so special.



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