And the Winner Is . . .

Last summer, this site vowed not to discuss the expiring Collective Bargaining Agreement between NFL players and management during the 2010 season. And we did not. However, at least for the 49ers and 19 other teams, the season is now over.

I’m not going to discuss it much now, except to say that it is probably torpedoing the options of dirt bag teams in need of a new Head Coach. Only two teams have hired new HC’s and both of those hires were promotions from within. Any new coach coming into a franchise this off season has to expect that his first year on the job will be sabotaged by the chuckleheads who won’t get an agreement worked out in time for that new coach to install his system and brain wash his players with it. Naturally, the 49ers did not plan for this eventuality.

I mention this now because it’s starting to smell like Jim Harbaugh has been the one conducting a dog and pony show, not the 49ers. No, the Niners are just the damn fools who allowed themselves to get suckered into being stooges for Harbaugh’s dubious ego trip, which has pissed off a lot of NFL coaches and management types, and the fans of a couple of franchises. Returning to Stanford at this point would be a sham, except to the adoring students of that once dignified University. If Harbaugh needs that kind of ego boost, good riddance.

It’s probably stoopid of me to write this in the wee hours of Friday morning, because Harbaugh could in fact sign a contract with the Niners today and I would look like an idiot. However, everyone already knows I AM an idiot, so what’s the harm?.

This Harbaugh drama has been going on for nearly a week, yet Harbaugh himself has yet to say one official word to the press. Every morsel of “news” has been coming from the NFL insiders and beat writer “sources.” Each knowing rumor has lasted about one minute before another source and rumor replaces it. They are having fun. We are not.

The only thing we know for sure at this point is that the Miami Dolphins, their owner Stephen Ross, and their GM Jeff Ireland look like the most inept bunch of shameless fools this side of 4949 Centennial Blvd. And this is the franchise that Bill Parcells supposedly saved a mere three years ago. Sure, let’s bring Parcells in to give stability and credibility to the Niners’ front office, too.

Hey, Bill Parcells, you ain’t no Bill Walsh. In fact, you ain’t been worth shit since Bill Belichick quit working for you. [Sorry. Couldn’t resist. Poor journalism ethics. Eat it, Parcells!]

At any rate, the Harbaugh Sweepstakes has to end today because tomorrow fans around the country will be focusing on the playoffs and not rumors that have overstayed their moments in the 15 minutes of fame room. The Patriots look pretty tough to beat in the AFC, but the NFC is wide open. After sixteen games of craphouse 49er football this year, watching the playoffs will be a treat.

Jed York might not agree, but at least he will have a month grace period before he has to stand up before the microphones again and make some more promises he can’t keep. And announce that Jim Tomsula has signed a one year contract to be the interim HC for the abbreviated 2011 season. And assure 49er fans that the only reason the team didn’t win the NFC West in 2010 was because Mike Singletary inhibited all the fabulous players on the team. And then he will go into hiding and absolutely refuse to read a single word of any Bay Area blog or beat writer or columnist scribbulation.

It’s okay, Jed. Put a muzzle on it. Give us a break. Unless Harbaugh signs up today. In which case, good job Jed. Carry on. Never mind. Unca_Chuck wrote my column today. Not me. Blame him.

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  1. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebs…that was good stuff about Parcels…ive thought the same thing….even heard some niner fans mention Parcels as GM…he wouldnt have gone to the Super bowl if John Bert (believe that was his name) hadnt hurt Montana in the playoffs ….Dallas didnt win squat and his teams hadnt done shit in Miami…

  2. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebs- Sounds like you have a major katzenjammer from all these goings on. Have a cocktail or two so you can get a real hangover!

  3. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    That would be Jim Burt.

  4. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Jim Burt. Nasty hit. I think we later got him on the 9ers.

    The Fin’s owner got slammed I betchya by the League office for 1) trying to hire a head coach WHEN HE HAD NO VACANCY on his staff, major major no-no.
    2) Ignoring the ‘Clooney Rule’lol of offering to hire HC without interviewing a minority candidate. Fool Ross will pay big for his billionaire arrogance. So what’s another million? Another Snyder, boring. Jed/Eddie look pretty good with class here.

    I think Miami dropped out due to League reaction to the double felonies of Ross the genius. My opinion the AGENT of Mr Harbaugh sucked him (Ross), Stanford and Elway in (so far). That’s his job, right? Drive up the price with lies and spin. Blaming Harbaugh for this is just wrong, with all due respect Skeebs.

    Harbaugh may be real good but no way he deserves Carroll money YET. Jed/Eddie won’t buy the hysteria cooked up in fandumb I hope. Don’t over pay the rookie! But sign him, okay? When he kicks the Hawks a few times and we win the div, fat bonus time.

    Still faithful over here- for a few more weeks then we’ll all see.

    Go Niners!

  5. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Welcome aboard, Philippine Fan. No need for due respect. But thanks for not calling be a bonehead.

  6. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks enjoy your site Skeebs. Getting late over here, almost the 8th, time for one more ‘Fundador’ rum blast then g’nite…

  7. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Yea your correct.. Jim Burt ..Good Knowledge 🙂 and he did come play for the niners later…he started all the problems with Joe’s elbow…

  8. JoshNo Gravatar says:

    Why haven’t they brought in others for interviews to show Harbaugh we don’t give a fuck? You know, instead of looking like desperate 18 year old males at prom…like we do.

  9. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Phil- Yes we did get Jim Burt. People were wondering why. We already had an all pro NT in Michael Carter and we go out and get another all pro NT?
    It was the genius of Walsh. Don’t run a 3-4 without a good NT. Walsh wanted two so he could rotate them and keep them fresh.
    Remember, the 1984 team had 3 great NTs. When Carter retired we couldn’t find that NT to anchor our 3-4 so Sieffert went to the 4-3.
    What we have these days is the ghost of Vince Wilfork haunting us. He was there for the taking and Donahue traded down to get Rashawn Woods. Franklin has done OK the last two years but we need a stud two gapping, all pro, NT. I know for sure Walsh would have one, or two.

  10. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Hey guys check this this from a Miami news source….shows how news media “and their sources” really dont know shit!!… According to 790 The Ticket in Miami, Jim Harbaugh is taking his talents to South Beach. Dan LeBatard first broke the story this afternoon when one of his go-to guys who is “never wrong” said that he could report Harbaugh to Miami.
    The Dolphins will reportedly offer Harbaugh a contract worth between $7-8 million per year that Harbaugh will not turn down. Assuming this actually happens, can he still be rumored for every other coaching job? Also, Tony Sparano doesn’t know anything about this, so don’t say anything.

  11. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    At this point we should call Harbaugh and ask if he is still interested. When he says yes, we should tell him we are willing to sweeten the pot. Then add a little and tell him we need a decision today. If he doesn’t sign, move on.

  12. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Just love the go to guy thats NEVER wrong part ….and that last sentence ” Tony Sparano doesn’t know anything about this, so don’t say anything.
    hahahahahahahaha poor bastard …

  13. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    i agree Berger ..thats what Jed needs to do …Harbaugh crap or get off the pot

  14. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Donahue, failed so so big following Bill. We’ll get over it one of these days…soon? Please?

    Okay maybe One more Fundador

  15. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    heard the reason Harbaugh didnt take the Dolphans offer….Harbaugh got miffed when the Gm Ireland asked him if his mother was ever a prostitute…

  16. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Harbaugh has as close to a turn key situation here in SF as he will ever have. He may never see a better opportunity to go pro. The money is good, even if some don’t think it is enough. The situation is what should allure him.
    We have a young O-line with just about all 1st and 2nd rounders. We have a GM willing to cede power and work with him. We have good WRs and a really good RB. The two best players are signed long term. The front seven on D is quality. He doesn’t need to move his family. We need a coach and a QB. He should be confident he is the coach and what I like about Harbaugh is he has shown he knows how to identify QB talent and develop them.
    When Nolan took over he had almost zero talent to work with. This is hardly that situation. He may never get an opportunity to step in and be the instant hero in the pros like this again. If he passes this up it could mean his heart is just in the college game and who could fault anybody for that?

  17. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Lol I hate that when they ask that question!

  18. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Phil- Sounds like you could be on the way to having a katzenjammer too!

  19. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    If Harbaugh’s heart was in college ball, why was he aggressively interviewing in the pros? If it was just meant to make Stanford cough up more dough, I’m not real impressed with his ethics.

  20. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Exactly Berger, if he stays at Stanford best of luck (no pun). Go to Miami swim with the fishes (bad bad pun). Nawww he’s coming here. Plus he can have his DC Fangio and not Nowin and more control over personnel.

    I think he’s gonna be here. Bill saw something in Jim H and recommended he follow in his footsteps to Stanford, urged him to do so. He’s just playing the field for a minute.

    Bill was a gentleman so he wouldn’t laugh in MC’s face but come on, puleeze

  21. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    I think it’s past all that: JH knows we give a fuck

  22. JoshNo Gravatar says:

    Phillippine, I agree. But only because we wear that impression on our sleeve. If we would have continued to bring in candidates after talking with JH, maybe we wouldn’t seem so desperate. I agree with you Berger, we have talent. Hell, even the media and everybody else saw that this season. Our coaches fucked us. We don’t have dynasty SB talent just yet, but the pieces are starting to fall in that regard. That is why I’m not too pissed about the Baalke signing. He locked up two of our best players long term, draft OL, which we needed desperately. Our OL is young and just need games together. The best lines are the lines that play together often. Obviously talent is an issue, but if you ever look at the best OL in history, they had multiple seasons playing together. I think JH would be a good fit here, I just don’t like the way he’s going about his business and I know there is still talent out there at the HC position. We need to start preparing as if we aren’t getting JH, in my opinion

  23. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Denvers out

  24. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebs, when it comes down to braqss tacks, I think harbaugh did all this to show Stanford what they might be letting get away.

    Stanford sweetened their deal “considerably.” This could have been his intent all along. The Luck announcement yesterday leads me even farther in that direction. Most players won’t declear their intent to turn pro for another week.

    The timimg is a little fishy, and it sure looks like a big circle-jerk if Harbaugh comes out and says, gee, let’s give the Farm one more chance.

    “They love me. They really love me.”

    A far as Parcells goes, if you compare him to Paraage Maraathe, who would you rather have?

    It’s like comparing Singletary to Mularkey. At least Tuna and the Lark have a track record.

  25. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Sometimes a person needs to run the gamut of emotions to see how he/she feels about one’s own feelings. But as a good decision maker, he/she should come to grips quickly. Harbaugh has apparantly run this gamut and should be able to make a decision by today or tomorrow. If he waffles past that it is time to look elsewhere unless there is some good sound reason to prolong this situation that we don’t kinow about. My feeling is Stanford had their best season ever and couldn’t sell out a 40,000 seat stadium. He will sign with the 49ers or Michigan. I think it will be us.

  26. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    If he goes with Stanford it would be because he wants to be loyal to what he started for one more year since his QB is coming back, or he wants to be the one responsible for buildig the Stanford program to powerhouse status. I think he will sign with us, but we will have to wait and see because he has multiple quality offers on the table right now.

  27. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Moved on past the Fundador rum and now workin’ on the Emperador, God help me. Is this a katzenjammer? It could be a hangover too.

    I think we will know soon where all this lays. If you were JH wouldn’t you at least play the field and find out where your option are?

    He’s gonna sign and yes it needs to happen soon, very soon. Maybe we can get excited about the 9ers again?

  28. JoshNo Gravatar says:

    I got excited about the Nines again when they fired Sing..

  29. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Phil- A katzenjammer is a hangover.

  30. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Have you seen the ticket prices for Stanford games, Reno? The cheapest seats are $145.00. The best are $350.00.

    It’s a gorgeous stadium, but those prices are insane.

  31. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Well damn that’s two reasons to get hung over- Sing goin and Harbaugh comin

  32. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Unca- I did not know that. Wow! Those are expensive tickets.

  33. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Couple things. Did you guys know that Cal is playing football in 2011 at Pac Bell? Tickets are insanely priced. $250 to $300 if you ain’t a student or alum.

  34. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    That should ease any parking problems!

  35. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    We had pogonip everywhere this morning here in Reno.

  36. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Harbaughs signing with 49ers for 5 years!!!

  37. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Press conferane @ 3:30

  38. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the 49ers are expected to sign Jim Harbaugh to a five-year contract that would make him their next head coach.

  39. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Like I said, way to go Jed. Little sumbitch pulled it off.

  40. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Reminds me a bit of Crabtree finally caving in.

  41. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Congrates Jed!!!

  42. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebs …i dont do the fantasy football thing…(i got my parlays with my offshore casino)…but if i did ..draft Vernon Davis …he’s gnna catch alot of frikken
    balls ..GO NINERS!!

  43. delmardennisNo Gravatar says:

    Happy Days Are Here Again.

  44. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    All’s well that ends well.

  45. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Dennis, that’s the first happy thing you’ve said since the first Seattle game.

  46. delmardennisNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebs, it’s the first time I’ve really been happy since that MUST WIN game. Not only am I extremely happy, I’m also immensely relieved. I’d hate to think how I’d feel if this fell through.
    Let’s remember that this is only the first step. Jim needs to go find a QB(s). Some DBs, a pass rusher, etc, etc., etc…

  47. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Although I was never sure I always thought he would sign with us.

  48. JoshNo Gravatar says:

    Just happy we finally have someobody who doesn’t run a 17th century game plan. Still not sold that a rookie signal caller will get us where we need to be, I’d still like to see Kolb signed on top of a drafted guy.

  49. FranchiseNo Gravatar says:

    The young Jedi has learned the art of patience. Tip of the hat to him. 


    I have complete and unwavering faith that Harbaugh will find us a qb. Now the Blaine Gabbert watch begins. Stay tuned. 


    Even if Jimmy ends up smitten with that Ryan Leaf look- and sound-alike from Little Rock, I will sleep at night knowing that he sees something in that redwood tree that I don’t. 


  50. FranchiseNo Gravatar says:

    3:30 pm press conference here: 



    So what’s everyone imbibing this evening? 


  51. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    NoFear- Go back and read my previous posts form here and Unca. Spit was trying to bet me on Tuesday, I wouldn’t bet but I told him Harbaugh would sign with us. He told me he wouldn’t, and that he is never wrong.

  52. TonyNo Gravatar says:

    And Jed did it with the 5 million….all that crap that he had to do 6 or 7…even 8 million….Jed did good….kudos to him and the front office…. WE’RE BACKKKKK

  53. delmardennisNo Gravatar says:

    I think NoFear might be the only fan (among our little group) who’s a little disappointed with the Harbaugh hire. Pretty sure you wanted a “been there, done that” guy. And there’s nothing wrong with that reasoning. But, the Harbaugh signing brings a renewed faith, a rejuvenation and excitement that this team, and more importantly, we fans needed. No one knows for sure if Harbaugh will translate to the NFL. But there’s a buzz in the air. Our team was dull and uninteresting. I’m excited to be a 49er fan once again. And that’s because Jim Harbaugh is now my coach. That’s all I could ask .
    GO NINERS! ! !

  54. FranchiseNo Gravatar says:

    what’s with the music? other than that brilliant creative direction, it’s apparent they’re giving Jimmy alot of power.

  55. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    My biggest problem with Harbaugh is he is my 1st choice. So, my problem isn’t with him, it is with me. Whatever! I am excited. Dennis, I’d call you right now if I wasn’t at work. I’ll call you in about an hour.

  56. FranchiseNo Gravatar says:

    lump in my throat: 


    Harbaugh: “(Walsh) is the most important person… I have a picture of him I look at every day of him, it’s on my computer screen.” 


  57. bigtimNo Gravatar says:

    this is great news I was pumped when I heard it on the radio.
    a real coach after these last couple of years is refreshing,a niners seahawks coaching rivalry.
    Hey whats your deal!
    now the NFL needs to get the CBA done so there’s no delay of the season.

  58. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Fantastic news! Woke up this AM (the 8th over here, Saturday) with the old katzenjammer working but this quickly cured it. Yeah I’m excited for the first time in a long time about the team’s prospects. As a long time member of this blog (well since 5 AM) I gotta say: My prediction JH would sign soon, for reasonable money is spot on. Nice to have a little hope again!
    The Jedi team of Jed+Eddie pulls it out for the master Bill Walsh and all of us. Yep Franchise that’s a great quote. (Last night I was hitting the rum pretty good).
    Cheers fellow faithful!

  59. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Phil- Cool, glad to have you on board, katzenjammer and all. I was not going to drink this week-end, but with this news I’m working on my own kastzenjammer, right now!

  60. delmardennisNo Gravatar says:

    After Harbaugh was announced, I too, proceeded to find my own private katzenjammer. I’m so excited that I’m gonna take this katzenjammer to a whole ‘nother level. Move over MC Hammer, it’s Jammer Time!

  61. delmardennisNo Gravatar says:

    And welcome to our newest Outsider, Phil. Always nice to add another addition to the Faithful. But I’d see about getting that avatar of yours changed. Looks like you just came from the latest S&M film. Where’s your red ball? 😀

  62. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:


    Excellent, yeah it’s a good excuse, huh? I’ve been too damn good lately…

    Thanks for the info above about Vince Wilfolk (?) and the 3-4. The first of many errors on our way down looks like. Someone said the decline started happening after the Vikes beat the Niners in a wild card game and Eddie stripped Bill of some authority? You think? Well we have some high standards to live up to and I guess we all can remember them now that we have a chance to live it again. My hope is that with JH, Trent and especially Jed(i) have a BETTER relationship than the one that burned out Bill with Mr D. Having said that may God also love Eddie Debartolo for giving us so much through the team.
    Go Niners, Go Jedis! lol

  63. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:


    Thanks from a former SD County dude (Fallbrook). Okay I’ll change it this weekend. It must be a hangover from sado-masochistically following the team for last 8 years. Kinda rubbed off I guess, lol.


  64. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Phil- The Vikes game was nothing. It had nothng to do with a downfall. We won 3 SBs after that game. You must be a young feller or you would know that. Keep asking Qs. Somebody will be happy to answer. But at some point yuo will have to give an opinion to knock down. The only one on here that doesn’t give opinions is NoFear. He just lies in the weeds and knocks down everybody elses.

  65. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    NoFear- My good buddy, that is Mr Ass Hole to you! Have your people contact my peopole. We’ll do lunch.

  66. delmardennisNo Gravatar says:

    Fear, me winning the FF tittle equated to little more than the Seahawks winning the NFC West this year. Somebody had to do it. Chuck made the playoffs for Christ sakes. ‘Nuff said.

  67. delmardennisNo Gravatar says:

    No, Chuck ran a tight ship. His draft was solid, as was his weekly play. Except for the week when his ship literally went on a cruise to the Bahamas and he forgot to insert Frank Gore into his lineup.
    I can hear Brando now…”I coulda been somebody.” “I coulda been a contender.”

  68. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Gonna be a lot of Bloody Mary’s poured this morning instead of cups of coffee.

  69. FranchiseNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebers, you are forgiven. Myself included lobbying for Hue (still like my fellow alum, who’ll refresh the bay area rivalry). 


    I woke up this morning to check the papers. And yep, Coach Harbaugh is indeed with the San Francisco 49ers. 


    Trying to convince my friend and former NFL scout Tom Marino to submit his resume to 4949 for the VP of Player Personnel position. 


  70. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Hmmm, Franchise. If he got in, maybe the Outsider could get a bigger knothole to peep through.

  71. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Okay got the new avatar on-board Dennis. Don’t want the S&M idea to get known too widely

  72. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:

    Naw Berger I’m not young just dumb; I should know the Vikes game didn’t cause no stinkin’ decline. Maybe contributed to Bill’s burnout since he quit after the next Superbowl win?

  73. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Phil- Do you have every line crossed out? I do. I think Skeebs fucked something up. Every line of every post, ever, is crossed out except for the 1st paragraph and all of the 2nd paragraph, except the last line. Skeebs, fix this shit now. I won’t be coming back until this is fixd. You know my e-mail, we can talk. I am also really tired of having to use the nabisco. Can you do something about this?

  74. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks for mentioning the line through problem, Berger. It didn’t show up on my screen, but I definitely had a closing code problem. I think it’s fixed.

  75. Philippine FanNo Gravatar says:


    Yeah I do have that but there is sooo little NFL news over here I can’t get away with threatening to leave. ‘Sides it looks like he crossed out all the shit that was totally WRONG in his rant, I mean his column. Must be the stuff Unca Chuck wrote…huh Skeebs?

  76. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Thanks, NoFear. That’s what I get for trying to hide the evidence.
    Try the period approach, Berger. It’s shorter than the nabisco, barely visible, and you can’t misspell it.

  77. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebs- Much better, thanks.

  78. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Phil- I wasn’t threatening to leave pemanently, just until it got fixed. I had no doubt it would get fixed.

  79. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Everything looked okay on my screen, so I never knew there was a problem till you mentioned it. From your description, it sounds like the site looked like what I used to see after one of my teachers got through red lining one of my homework submissions.

  80. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    In Lit class once, the assignment was to write a “How To” article. I wrote mine on how to be a petty thief and steal a bunch of stuff from Sears as easy as pie. The teacher was outraged at the sincerity and seriousness of my submission and gave me an “F”. Red lined everything after the first paragraph. I should have known then that I would have “fitting in” problems in my life.

  81. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Nnamdi Asomugha just became a free agent. Whoa. Got any more money, Jed?

  82. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Skeebs- It is not byzantine, your lines just went to far and got to Nnmondi’s contract!

  83. delmardennisNo Gravatar says:

    When Ed Reed gets everything behind one of his tackles, it becomes one heck of a sockdolager.
    Maybe he got mad because a Chief told ’em to go jump in the Mississippi Lake.

  84. delmardennisNo Gravatar says:

    Mississippi Lake? How the hell to my editor miss that gaff? I’m sending him up the river.

  85. robNo Gravatar says:

    10-6 division champs and playoffs here we come !

  86. robNo Gravatar says:

    you guys try not to kill each other until i get back online please !

  87. robNo Gravatar says:

    too badd we’re out of luck on luck … so to speak !

2021 Schedules
09/12: W 49ers 41, Lions 33
09/19: W 49ers 17, Eagles 11
09/26: L Packers 30, 49ers 28
10/03: L Seahawks 28, 49ers 21
10/10: L Cardinals 17, 49ers 10
10/17 BYE
10/24: L Colts 30, 49ers 18
10/31: W 49ers 33, Bears 22
11/07: L Cardinals 31, 49ers 17
11/15: W 49ers 31, Rams 10L
11/21: W 49ers 30, Jaguars 10
11/28: W 49ers 34, Vikings 26
12/05: L Seahawks 30, 49ers 23 12/12 · 10:00 AMCIN
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12/23 · 5:20 PM v TEN
01/02 · 1:05 PM v HOU
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2021 Draft Class
1. QB Trey Lance, North Dakota State
2. OG Aaron Banks, Notre Dame
3. RB Trey Sermon, Ohio State
3. CB Ambry Thomas, Michigan
5. OG/OT Jaylon Moore, Western Michigan
5. CB Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon
5. S Talanoa Hufanga, USC
6. RB Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana
2021 Prognostications
Bullit: 12-5
Grumpy: 13-4
NJ49er: 11-6
Skeebers: 14-3
Winder: 12-5
Rob: 17-0
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