Raheem Mostert’s four rushing TDs give 49ers commanding lead

Jan 19, 2020 at 4:20 PM--


The 49ers running back becomes the first player in NFL history with four rushing scores in a conference championship game.
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Raheem Mostert: 49ers focused on Cardinals, will attack Super Bowl goal one week at a time

By David Bonilla
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San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert recently spoke with Kyle Shanahan. The head coach wanted to gauge where Mostert felt his teammates' mindset was after suffering a devastating Super Bowl defeat seven months ago and as the team heads into Week 1 of the 2020 season. There has been a lot of talk about the 49ers' mindset entering the upcoming season. They feel they have some unfinished business. You've probably heard the term "Legendary Revenge Tour" several times by now. While the team carries the Super Bowl loss with it, the loss is not going to impact its focus on the now. The players and coaches know nothing will be handed to them, and every game, every play, and every inch will need to be earned. "It's nice because everybody's on the

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'He's putting on a show': Raheem Mostert calls Trent Williams a difference-maker for 49ers

By David Bonilla
Sep 7, 2020

San Francisco 49ers running back Raheem Mostert is probably looking forward to running to the left side this season. That's where new offensive tackle Trent Williams, a 320-pound behemoth, will line up. Don't let his size fool you. The 49ers' newest big-man is one of the most athletic offensive linemen in the league and can get downfield in a hurry, if needed. That has Mostert excited for the possibilities. "That big guy, he came in here, and he's putting on a show," Mostert told reporters on Monday. "The way he moves and stuff like that, you can't teach that with any other O-lineman. He's definitely a difference-maker and a guy that we can definitely rely on." Williams played three seasons for Kyle Shanahan when the 49ers head coach was the

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49ers' Kyle Shanahan refers to artificial crowd noise as 'human torture,' Raheem Mostert calls it 'different'

By David Bonilla
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The final episode of this season's "Brick by Brick" may have been one of the more entertaining I can remember during the Hard Knocks-style online series' run. Most fans probably enjoyed listening to (likely very edited) defensive line coach Kris Kocurek mic'd up. However, watching head coach Kyle Shanahan try to endure the artificial crowd noise being pumped into Levi's Stadium as his team practiced was riveting. Fans will not be allowed to attend Week 1's matchup between the 49ers and Arizona Cardinals at Levi's Stadium. In lieu of real crowd noise, simulated noise will be pumped through the sound system. It may not necessarily be what fans hear on their televisions at home,

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