The good and not so good from the 49ers’ eighth-straight win

Oct 31, 2019 at 10:20 PM--


The 49ers are 8-0. Here's what stood out from their latest win.
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PFF predicts Seahawks, not 49ers, will win NFC West

By David Bonilla
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Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus made his predictions for the 2020 NFL season. Among those predictions are the division winners across the league. Who does the analyst envision emerging as division champions from the NFC West? Not the San Francisco 49ers. Monson has the Seattle Seahawks reclaiming the throne in his take on how the upcoming season will pan out. "When in doubt, err on the side of the best quarterback," wrote Monson, "and right now Russell Wilson is the best quarterback in the NFL not named Patrick Mahomes. The 49ers will need to battle against the inevitable Super Bowl hangover, and though

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Raheem Mostert and Fred Warner discuss the sacrifices of not opting out of season

By David Bonilla
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The San Francisco 49ers had their first player, wide receiver Travis Benjamin, opt-out of the 2020 season. It was a decision he felt was best for the health of himself and his family. In these challenging times, as the NFL navigates its way toward playing amidst a pandemic, no one can blame Benjamin. Linebacker Fred Warner spoke with reporters today via a video conference and discussed Benjamin's decision to forego the upcoming season. "I think it's just a unique situation," Warner explained. "At the end of the day, everybody wants to play football. I think even guys who do opt-out, their true intent is they want to play football, but they have to think about more than just themselves. "This coronavirus, there's so much unknown. Every day, I feel

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No news is good news for several 49ers returning from injuries

By David Bonilla
Aug 2, 2020

A Super Bowl contender could be getting even better this season. The San Francisco 49ers are receiving several reinforcements from last year's injury-depleted roster. Players entered the team's facilities this weekend after each underwent two COVID-19 tests and took part in physicals on Saturday. Sunday's lack of announcements bodes well for several players who missed all or part of last season. That is good news as the 49ers prepare to start training camp. All #49ers would've taken physicals by SAT and no additional

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