Tweedledum and Tweedledee

For the third straight year, the 49ers are beating the bushes looking for a new regime to hopefully convince a skeptical fanbase that they know what they’re doing. Unfortunately for them, the fanbase is, by now, 100% sure that this is not the case and never will be as long as pinhead and the bean counter are running the show.

These two pretenders have so far scheduled a boatload of interviews for both the vacant GM and HC positions. This is calculated to demonstrate they know a lot of people in the business. But it also means they’re going to sit there drooling and mumbling until somebody makes them feel tingly. Hopefully, that tingle won’t involve a candidate who’s okay with them continuing to dabble and meddle in the football side of the franchise.

Paraag Marathe, aka the bean counter, is going to like the candidates who like sabermetrics and will no doubt welcome his statistical input from the coaches booth during games.

Jed York, aka the pinhead, will mainly try to sound like he’s intelligent and not a complete dildo. Any GM or HC candidate worth a crap will have some thought bubbles rising like steam over his head during the interviews which, more or less, wonder how a complete dipwad like York could ever be put in charge of a football enterprise.

My guess is it’s Marathe that the candidates will have to impress in order to get the job they’re interviewing for. I hate to say it, but that’s probably a best case scenario. Marathe at least has an intelligent approach and a system. York is just a clueless pretender.

It was Marathe who brought in Mike Nolan to rebuild the 2004 2-14 team and Nolan hired Scot McCloughan. Together they built the championship team that Jim Harbaugh brought to fruition. The Yorks have selected Dennis Erickson, Mike Singletary, Jim Tomsula, and Chip Kelly. So, yeah, I’ll take a Marathe pick over a Jed York pick. I might even be tempted to take a Joan in accounting pick over a York guy.

You would hope that York is suffering mightily from the near universal scorn and derision shoveled his way the past two years. A normal person would. Even anonymous bloggers melt down when their egos get torched. The obvious recent hair loss points to some concern on his part. Rich kids probably learn early how to look with disdain on the everyday rabble around them, but getting slapped around by kids, women, bartenders, cab drivers, beat reporters — it’s got to put a dent in the power of disdain as body armor. He most certainly does not want to be up on the podium again next year explaining yet another disastrous choice.

Still, if you do this charade often enough, it’s entirely possible for batshit blind luck to come into play. And 2-14 isn’t all that tough to show improvement from. Then again, if anybody can screw up this opportunity, it’s Jed York. The most inept owner in all of sports.

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78 comments on “Tweedledum and Tweedledee
  1. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Post from last thread

    For now this seems like the best combination hiring to me.
    Louis Riddick as the GM and Josh McDaniels as HC.
    Keep this year’s first round pick and trade a fourth round pick this year and next year’s first round pick and 4th round pick for Jimmy Garrapolo. Garrapolo is better than any QB in the first 3 rounds of this draft and is ready to start. Jimmy should excel with McDaniels as his HC.
    Right now it’s important that the right guys are hired. Criticize and whine about it after the positions are filled.
    Let’s see what happens and if they get it right.
    Read this article and you might be impressed with what Riddick brings as a communicator and the right approach.

  2. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    If Mcdaniels is available they should hire him ahead of a GM.
    Worst situation is taking your time with 5 other teams hiring the best candidate.

    Plenty of time for criticism after hires made.

    Riddick as GM would signal the new GM woill not be a yes man as he’s very opinionated.

  3. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Hire a coach/GM from the Bill Walsh coaching tree not the Parcells (again= Balkey) or the sterile Bill Bellichick coaching “tree”. After 25 years Bellichick has produced ONE winning coach, a sad accomplishment for the supposed best coach ever. Compare to the abundant Walsh production. But of course the descendants of Mr. Walsh are not good enough for Yoicks.


  4. WinderNo Gravatar says:

    It’s a sad day when we let an accountant run the show. The only real hope we have is to keep the media/fan pressure on Jed. He will buckle.

  5. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    I like his attitude. OC or QB coach? Fallback as HC maybe.

    Especially his comets on the GM suits aka management garbage, overpaid and entitled punks.

  6. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    What do prospective coaches demand when they consider joining the 49ers. More to the point, did Chip Kelly demand X amount of dollars be spent in FA.

    FA pickups can help a coach keep his job. The new one better demand half of the realistic available salary cap. I read 60 million for 2017. Dontari Poe will cost a huge amount.

    We can settle for less at NT but we had nothing there but the IR’d Williams and rehabbing Dorsey. The DC schemed the dline poorly. Along with Lynch out for 4 games then not in great shape after, the edge pass rush was very poor. We lacked a Justin Smith type that could free up Aldon Smith on stunts.

    Number of ways the offseason can go. But the new HC has to demand 30 to 40 million spent on the younger FA’s. There isn’t that much out there. Poe will break the bank.

    The new coach should flat out tell Jed 30 to 40 million or no deal. How can he hire anyone with this roster.

  7. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    I would sign Kevin Zietler or Ronald Leary as a free agent. I would have Beadles battle Kilgore for the starting center position.
    I would sign Kawann Short if 49ers are going to a 4-3 defense or Brandon Williams if we are keeping the 3-4. I would pass on Dontari Poe, He had back surgery in 2015 and has been plagued by back problems this year.
    Arik Armstead is a huge question mark about how good he is. He was a flash player in college and he has been a flash player in the pros so far and has a surgically repaired shoulder now. Just because we drafted 2 defensive lineman in the 1st round the last 2 years doesn’t mean our defensive line is set.

    by the whizzinator on Jan 5, 2017

    I like this comment.Did not know about Poe’s back surgery. Brandon Williams has a good past but what has he done lately. So Poe may be less expensive and a healthy Williams would give us two quality NT’s to bid for.

    Better to pay NT. Edge rushers demand too much in FA.

  8. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    DT: A
    Folks are starting to overvalue Brandon Williams ability, and it’s worrying me. This is the best run-stopping lineman in the NFL. His talent helps the entire squad not worry about the run inside. He commands double-teams and breaks through them. Ozzie nailed this draft pick. Michael Pierce, the undrafted free agent from this season, is on his way to becoming in the area of Williams’ skill level. People are forgetting though, Williams defense is helping Pierce receive less attention. If Williams leaves this defense will have problems. Unfortunately, he knows this and his price tag may become to large for the front office to pay.

  9. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Joe Mixon another Ray Rice. This dummy in college still. No career for Joe now but a life of crime.

  10. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Where is Marathe in all this? Hint = still tight with Jed, still the wild card

  11. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Fundamental difference between Walsh and Bellichick = Bill B is an uber control freak with his fingers directing every little corner of the Patriots including their D. His assistants follow orders, his orders, his plan exclusively- it is said. He is a former DC so is heavily involved with the D unlike Mr Walsh who was content to delegate much of the game planning, player acquisition, etc to his DCs.

    Walsh also I believe delegated much on the O side to his assistants. Walsh set the overall tone and pattern while encouraging his various coaches to innovate within the Walsh schemes. (I realize this is very general but hey…). Bill W has a large coaching tree of successful coaches who worked for him. Bellichick has produced a stunted tree if you can call it that. Such are the wages of laboring under a control addict as compared to a leader who encourages creativity, individuality. Balkey for example is a control fool. Notice how the team fared? Unlike Walsh and BB who were very good talent evaluators Balkey had his well known blind spots. Harbaugh has a large streak of ‘control’ but also fought for his men and put them in positions to win and maximize their abilities. They won and they loved 49 Wins. And we loved them…and him.

    Bellicheat broke the rules of ethics and has earned dishonor along with his titles. Walsh was sly but remained honorable to the end as part of his legacy. The fruits of this is a robust coaching tree of successful descendants as well as his titles.

  12. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    With a dubious FO and an O wasteland of a roster we may not be able to get the few O background candidates for HC out there.

    May have to settle for the best D background guy and Garcia as OC. Myself, I can accept this and a top ten pick in 2018.

    I am excited about plucking the relatively inexpensive Brandon Williams from BALT.

  13. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    With the big cap increase for all teams it will be harder to outbid this year. Would Ravens franchise tag their NT? That position has an inexpensive tag and Williams is absolutely key to their D.

    Wonder what kind of cap space they have. A good team but they do not have many expensive stars. Their two big money guys are old overrated OLB’s prone to injury and can be cuts to keep Williams on the roster.

  14. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Flacco, Suggs, and Dumervil might be their 3 highest contracts in 2017. They can easily make choices to keep Williams.

  15. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    The Baalke Boys:

    “31 teams had a player receive a vote on the AP All-Pro team. The only team without one was the 49ers.”

  16. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Unlike last year, when nobody wanted to interview here, there seems to be good interest now – in both positions. Amazing what taking Baalke out of the equation has done to make working here more attractive. Still, it all depends on whether York will keep his nose out of the football side.

  17. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    McDaniels likes the Niners today. and he is is considered the cream of the crop of available coaches.
    Tim Ryan, Steve Young, Brent jones and Jon Middlekoff have all said on the radio that a McDaniels/Louis Riddick HC/GM tandem could be the best that Jed can do.

    That would also mean that the Niners try to solve the QB problem with a trade for Garrapolo.

    Riddick or Wolf at GM would be acceptable.

  18. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    “… it all depends on whether York will keep his nose out of the football side.”

    Ain’t that the truth? Not too optimistic about the combo of York and Marathe who with Balkey have laid this outfit low. Maybe the absence of the balkey one will allow the GM+HC to do their jobs at last? One can hope. At some point after much failure a light bulb will go off in the brain of Jed York, right?

    Would love to be dead wrong but am sticking to my 3-13 call for 2017 based on doubts about the tag team of York/Marathe.

  19. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Bullit if McDaniels comes here as HC and succeeds that will be great. I’m all for anyone coming in here and building a winning team whatever their coaching background. Just that the Bellichick coaching tree is barren for the most part and McDaniels is of that line. If Garrapolo comes along too so much the better as the QB follies here have been insufferable.

    The yorks have squandered many opportunities to hire Walsh disciples as coaches and as GMs. The question is WHY have the amateur Yorks insisted on avoiding the great Niner legacy?

    Kawakami w/ Carmen Policy =

    “We also talked about something Steve Young brought up on KNBR earlier–the Yorks specifically seem to want a disconnect from the largest figures of the DeBartolo/Walsh dynasty days.” WHY?? Pure ego, hubris right? This is what tempers my expectations of future Niner success whoever they hire as GM and HC. I have no reason to trust Yorkian competence in running an NFL football team.

  20. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    Coaching tree? Good #2s often fail as #1s. I never thought a HC’s job included turning out head coaches.

    I don’t get all the hate dumped on Belichick except from all those folks tired of getting beat by him I suppose.

    Bill’s dad, Steve btw, was the best scout pro scout of his time and was a player and coach to boot. Bill is such a great coach and has created such a great system he can spot the league his first two draft rounds and still draft better than everybody else. Not to mention providing the luxury of replacing any player (or coach) without so much as a sputter. Why in hell wouldn’t he be involved in every aspect of his team? He’s very much the exception to the norm.

    Don’t think much of McDaniels as HC either. McDaniels is a #2 in my mind. Don’t s’pose he’d come here as OC and leave that nasty micro-manager, do you?

    But then again, Jed wants a guy who’s trying to prove himself after a failure or two, rather than one who’s proven he knows how to do it and will tell Jed he’s a girl.


    Any HC or GM interviewing for a job with the Niners; bring Power Point briefing materials for the baffle ’em with bullshit portion along with Excel spreadsheets and charts out the wazoo. Wear a cool day-glo abacus tie and every time, every single time, Paraag asks a question pull a slide rule out and start sliding the shit out of it, then answer in any way you like.

  21. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    What Uncle Eddie built the brother-in-law and son destroyed. Maybe “shame” is the reason the Yoicks refuse to touch the Niner legacy of Eddie and Bill. If not what is?

  22. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    It’s Tweedledum-A$$ Skeebs 😀

  23. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    So NJ how does ‘our dumbass’ compare to Snyder and Jones? I’m thinking our guy is the clear winner of the prestigious Ass Clown championship trophy.

  24. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    I just hope for the best and I’m OK with a clean slate and bringing in new blood to turn it around.

    What was the alternative? To stay status quo and promise the Faithful that things would get better?

    IMO Baalke should have been let go and not Harbaugh. Chuckles and his minions in his Fairyland thought Harbaugh was the problem and all things would be solves with his going elsewhere. They were clearly in lock step with keeping Baalke and even hiring Tomsula and Kelly as coaches. Chuckles predicted playoffs in the last two years and is in denial walking everything back.

    That’s Chuckles for you, always running the reverse and always
    flip flopping. Chuckles said that Harbaugh would be a loser at Michigan and it would take him years to have a winning team.
    That’s just Chuckles being Chuckles, here to amuse everyone with his clown antics.

    Time to stop making foolish predictions as the opposite always happens. Nothing but a blowhard ignorant know it all who’s always 3 months behind in changing his opinion.

  25. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Latest analysis of GM search. The fact that both Caserio of Pats and Paton of the Vikes are interviewing is encouraging because they’ve refused teams in the past.

  26. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    The barnyard’s always funny.

    Back when Dan Snyder was Chuck’s hero for trying to insult his DC, he apparently was held up as a football wizard. Now he’s the model for know-nothing-about-football Jed.

    Bullit’s post here still holding as post of the day there. No words.

    Kudos to NJ49er for working in the Dylan/Traveling Wilburys reference.

  27. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    NoFear, even your avatar is surprised to be you.

  28. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Christian’s little brother Dylan is a 4 star QB who’s going to Michigan.

    Dylan McCaffrey will be Harbaugh’s newestQB project and somebody who might be in the 2019 or 2020 NFL Draft.

  29. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Dylan McCaffrey is playing in the US Army All American Bowl High School game which is on NBC now.

  30. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Baalke seriously neglected and actually ignored bringing in bona fide WR and QB talent through the draft.

    The new GM should not wear the blinders that Baalke seemed to stubbornly cling to which has led to a feeble offense.

    New GM should always make these areas priorities going forward as lately the offense has been a joke that no other defense feared.

  31. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    I can’t even get my email right, like the poor Raiders.

    I wonder if Baalke was ‘encouraged’ to ‘force’ the play time of a certain backup QB since he was getting all the $$.

    I thought Kaepernick’s big contract came too soon when we had the advantage and the chance to see if he could earn it, we opted to throw money away instead, severely restricting our options with him.

    Baalke/Paraag/Jed is to blame and I’d suspect more Paraag than Baalke but either way there are two too many shitheads left to keep screwing it up again.

    Unless you think they are now willing to listen to advice from someone not in their lofty orbit. But I don’t see it.

  32. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    That reminds me .
    Do you recall Chuckles saying he would pay Kap $25 mil or morte a year to keep him?
    In fact IIRC Chuckles said it would be a big mistake to rely on the franchise tag because Kap was worth much more than that.

    The Niners dodged a bullet in only having to play Kap big money for one year. He can go do his kneeling somewhere else.

  33. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    More rumors

    From the Chefs, Chris Ballard was blocked by the Chefs from interviewing with the Niners and supposedly he was the Niner’s top choice.
    If the Chefs are eliminated from the playoffs then the Chefs must allow Ballard the opportunity to interview. Stay tuned.

  34. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Phil I’ve pointed to those very 2 Owners specifically, as examples of ‘how NOT to run’ an NFL franchise.
    Think Jerruh ever wonders what could have been had he kept Jimmy?
    Jed will have similar angst with his decision to think he knew more than Harbaugh too for years to come, I assure you.

    Even scarier now, Tweeter and the Money Man are shopping for ‘football guys’, (probably the MOST important pair of football guys), without guidance from, a football guy.
    My guess is, The Money Man wears the pants in this relationship, while Jed poses as, The Beard.

    How many salesmen would fall over themselves, while clamoring to sell these 2 morons a Lakeside Resort in the Mojave right about now?
    Ray Charles and Stevie Wonder have better vision than these 2 nitwits.

  35. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Thx NoFear, it’s sort of an anthem of/from/for New Jersey.
    Petty and Dylan were said to have written it here in honor of The Boss, a homegrown we can call our own 😀

  36. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Why did Baalke have to go?

    The 49er roster this season did not receive a single vote for All Pro. Every other team in the NFL had players with votes but thwe Niners. And just think a few years ago the Niners had 5 players voted onto the squad.

  37. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Other things are happening with other NFL teams that ultimately will impact the Niners. Packers and Chefs might shuffle their front offices.

    Looks like Eliot Wolf and Riddick are definite possibilities based on this article.

  38. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Let’s hope the two games today are a bit more interesting than yesterday’s yawners.

  39. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Cal just fired Sonny Dykes.

    Looks like they might take a look at Chip as their HC.

  40. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    The Lions hung in for three quarters despite terrible calls which ALWAYS favor the Seahawks, Boldin kept giving up fifteen yards in stupid penalties, not much pressure on Wilson, their LBs couldn’t cover or stop the run and their receivers couldn’t catch, but their defense did make some pretty key stops but 45 minutes was all they had.

    I had some hope for a big upset and would haved liked seeing Detroit kill the Seahawk’s season at home.

    Steelers look to be padding their stats pretty good so far today.

  41. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    NJ49er, was that “before he became a Jersey girl?” Gotta love those hometown references though.

    One of the best lines I ever heard was “it was you to me who taught.” Skeebers can analyze the grammar of that one.

    I think I was bore sighting a 106 recoilless rifle while burning the shitters down in Cu Chi or some such when I got near enough the radio blasting Armed Forces Radio “rock-n-roll” hour to hear for the first time Dionne Warwick asking “Do you know the way to San Jose?” I thought I must be getting too many fumes. Hell yes, I know the way. I still like that stupid song.

  42. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Okay, let’s try Packers/Giants.

  43. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Giants D is keeping Rodgers under wraps so far in first half. They are tough in playoffs as we see today. Too damn cold for much O tho = affects the passing game. At least it is close so far. This may be the upset Skeebs

  44. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    No pressure on Rodgers = TD before half time

  45. PHIL FANNo Gravatar says:

    Chip to Cal? Never thought of that…

  46. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    Good game so far although too easy to see who the zebras and the worst pair of announcers in the game are rooting for.

    Are you seeing the game Phil? There was plenty of pressure but Rodgers danced and dodged it pretty well.

    I think the Giants have dropped three TDs so far.

  47. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Unbelievable the amount of successful Hail Marys Rodgers completes.

  48. PHIL FANNo Gravatar says:

    Yeah I was watching that play but credit to Rodgers for neutralizing the pass rush. They never came close and boom- TD.

    Then the Hail Mary for the other GB TD. Glad I rooting for the Pack

  49. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    I thought on second thought maybe you were seeing it five minutes ahead of me and were talking about the hail mary.

    That play was a put up job if I ever saw one. Four rushers not even trying to defeat their blockers and seven defenders aren’t defending three downfield receivers and make zero effort at the ball in the end zone. Complete and total fix. Utter BULLSHIT! I need a beer.

  50. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    Stupid Joe Buck pissing himself shouting unbelievable and for once he was right.

  51. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    I’ll say this about Rodgers = he sure has good chemistry/trust with his WRs and just hucks it up there for them to go get…and very often they do.

  52. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Giants D stuffs the 4th down try by GB = “We’ve seen enough of this O”

  53. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Again NF the Giants D does not cover the GB wrs = easy TD

  54. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    If “does not cover” = getting beat, I agree.

  55. WinderNo Gravatar says:

    The Giants are their own worst enemy. I just hope they can pull it together. Next to the Rams and Dallas, GB is on my can’t stand list.

  56. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Beckham showing up mighty small so far.

  57. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    Nothing wrong with that call either. They always blow the whistle as soon as the defense makes contact with the runner, right?

  58. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    On the plus side, Jerry Jones is probably not liking what he sees here at all.

  59. Phil fanNo Gravatar says:

    Dallas vs GB should be a good game but I’m guessing the Cheeseheads w/Rodgers will beat the Cowboy rookie. Looking forward to that one

  60. WinderNo Gravatar says:

    I still don’t like the idea of a HC picking the GM. I think this is backward thinking. If the GM is worth his salt and hopefully knows the game that he should know the HC to fit his plans. But WTF do I know.

  61. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Probably as much or more than York knows.

  62. NoFearNo Gravatar says:

    It doesn’t matter who gets hired first. There is no hierarchy, no chain of command, no vision to implement, no stability, just York in Yorkland.

    Nobody wants to work here but the smell of the gravy train is hard to resist. Players and assistant coaches? I pity the fools wasting away their best years hoping the madness will end.

  63. WinderNo Gravatar says:

    No fear- Lol, still hoping my best years have yet to come. Not holding my breath. I really don’t have anything invested in the Niners anymore now it’s just a matter of tradition. I am pissed that we have gotten to this point though. I got no expectations.

  64. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Jags are first to hire HC.

    They have offered the job to Doug Marrone and he’s going to say yes.

  65. WinderNo Gravatar says:

    They also got Coughlin.

  66. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    #10 Ruben Foster is a monster at MLB for Bama, a tackling machine.

    He’s impressive in tonight’s championship game.

    Would Niners take him at #2?

  67. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    I’d be very happy with Reuben Foster Bullit.
    Not sure he’s worth a 2nd Pick but, sliding back within the Top 10 might get it done, if Garrett goes to Cleveland at Pick 1.

  68. bakkentomNo Gravatar says:

    Todd Haley and Bill Musgrave are excellent OC’s to interview for HC as well. Hope above two and Sean McVay come in. All maybe better than Josh McDaniel, with fail at DEN.

  69. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Musgrave just was fired by the Raiduhs.
    Don’t see him as the Niners HC at this time.

    Wait until the reasons he was canned come out.

    Haley is not being interviewed period so somethings up with his resume.

    The 3 guys I like are McDaniels, McVay and Shanahan.

  70. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The tea leaves say Shanahan to the Broncos and McDermott to the Bills.

  71. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    And Tweeter and The Money Man are shaking every tea leave lose in their quest for another Yes Man –

    Report: Terry McDonough to interview for 49ers G.M. job

  72. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    loose that is…

  73. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Last time I checked, the Maytag Repairman was looking for something to do.
    And…He carries his own tools.
    Maybe he can fix it?

  74. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    New post is up.

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
12/19 · 1:05 PM v ATL
12/23 · 5:20 PM v TEN
01/02 · 1:05 PM v HOU
01/09 · 1:25 PM @ LAR

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
Spitblood: 0-17