2-Minute Drill: 49erswebzone.com writer Jeff Kaplan discusses 49ers’ season

Dec 12, 2014 at 3:15 PM--


This week on 2-Minute Drill, our guest is Jeff Kaplan of 49erswebzone.com to tell us whether or not the 49ers can still save their season at 7-6, and try to beat the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.

Jeff's portion begins 22 minutes in.






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