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NFL Throwback: Looking back at the best draft class of all-time, the 1983 NFL draft

Apr 7, 2020 at 4:07 PM--


Elliot Harrison revisits the 1983 NFL Draft, where seven eventual Hall of Famers were selected.
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By Gilbert Brink
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Week 1 of the NFL season is generally a crap shoot. My picks for Week 1 were a good example of that, an even 8-8. Each week I will cover my best and worst picks from the prior week and pick the upcoming games. Let's get into it. Season Record: 8-8 49ers Record: 0-1 Best & Worst Picks of Week 1 My Best Pick: Jaguars over Colts 34-30 Final Score: Jaguars over Colts 27-20 My Worst Pick: Cowboys 45 - Rams 20 Final Score: Rams 20- Cowboys 17 Week 2 Predictions Bengals @ Browns (-6) - Burrow's better than Baker, but who isn't? Bengals 23 - Browns

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By David Bonilla
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Trent Williams received a video from his head coach on Sunday after the San Francisco 49ers' loss to the Arizona Cardinals. It was the block he had on linebacker Jordan Hicks during the game. "Wow, it's good to have you back," Kyle Shanahan said in the message that included the highlight. That block went viral on Sunday, and rightfully so. Williams absolutely obliterated the defender on the play, which featured tight end George Kittle on an end-around run. Here's some cleaner video of that viral clip of Trent Williams killing a man in broad daylight.

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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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