Five 49ers to watch in Week 14 vs. Saints: Joe Staley rested but rusty

Dec 6, 2019 at 11:00 AM--


BRADENTON, Fla. The stakes are raised again this week, as the 49ers face the New Orleans Saints at Mercedes-Benz Superdome in a showdown of two
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Wild-card Weekend Predictions: Seahawks, Buccaneers, Saints advance in the NFC

By Site Staff
Jan 8, 2021

Each week, 49ers Webzone fans predict weekly game-winners within our annual NFL Pick 'em contest. This weekend will feature 12 teams facing each other in six Wild-card matchups. Of all the Wild-card game predictions, the most lopsided result comes from Sunday's matchup between the Chicago Bears and the New Orleans Saints. Voting has 95 percent of fans believing the Saints will earn the victory. The closest matchup, when it comes to the predictions, is between the Baltimore Ravens and the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, with 58 percent selecting the Ravens to win the game. Below is a breakdown of all six matchups for the upcoming slate of NFL

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Divisional Round Predictions: Packers, Saints advance in the NFC

By Site Staff
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Each week, 49ers Webzone fans predict weekly game-winners within our annual NFL Pick 'em contest. The upcoming schedule of games features eight opponents facing off in four Divisional Round matchups. Of all the upcoming game predictions, the most lopsided result comes from Saturday's matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and the Green Bay Packers. Voting has 97 percent of fans believing the Packers will earn the victory. When it comes to the predictions, the closest matchup is between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, with 53 percent selecting the Saints to win the game. Below is a breakdown of all four matchups for the upcoming slate of NFL

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'Watch out for this team next year': Where the 49ers fall in final 2020 season power rankings

By David Bonilla
Jan 6, 2021

The 2020 season didn't go as planned for the San Francisco 49ers. After coming off a disappointing Super Bowl loss, the team had lofty hopes and looked to make amends for the heartbreaking defeat by once again competing for a championship. An insurmountable number of injuries quickly transformed the roster, and the 49ers were unable to recover, finishing with a 6-10 record and missing the playoffs. The 49ers are expected to bounce back next season, assuming they can safely navigate an uncertain offseason. The team had nearly 40 players playing on the final year of their contracts and have to deal with what is sure to be a greatly reduced salary cap. "We just finished a 6-10 season, and we understand there's a lot of reasons that led to that, but

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