Unseen Forces

The OTAs came and went last week, causing nary a ripple in the news stream of our lives. The 49ers have become a covert operation. We’re going to need a Deep Throat if we ever expect to get any intel out of these guys. Jim Harbaugh probably wishes all the games could be blacked out, too. But, his chance to coach the Raiders never materialized.

So, it should be an excruciating year for the Jimbo, as no less than five games this year will be prime time TV. Nearly one-third of the schedule cruelly exposed to the ENEMY. They’re out there. Everywhere. Peeping little fellows with notebooks, chalkboards, and iPads. STEALING OUR STUFF!

Hmmm. Or maybe the whole country takes one look at the nine guys bunched at the LOS and no WRs on the field and simply deduces: Frank Gore up the middle on this play. Maybe a little to the right, maybe a little to the left. But he’s gonna slam up in there.

I have to feel bad for the beat reporters. They’re used to having real data to stick into their daily posts. But nowadays, they’re just flogging trivial nonsense like we do here all the time. And the Outsider doesn’t even need Press Credentials. God forbid we get a report that AJ Jenkins was NOT WIDE OPEN during a practice!

So, not that it matters, but just to stay informed about what you’re missing, there’s a third three day OTA session beginning this very Monday. Good luck out there fellas, we’ll see you in Training Camp — maybe.

Let’s hope we don’t see them in a mug shot. So far this offseason, sixteen NFL players have been arrested for one thing or another. A couple of them cuffed more than once. Last year, there were 45 guys arrested, with Demarcus Dobbs and Aldon Smith among the detainees.

The Jets, naturally, had the most severe case of a disfunctional player — RB Mike Goodson. This big ol’ dude was signed this offseason to a 6.9 mil contract, then got arrested for gun and drug charges. In addition, he’s had multiple paternity lawsuits and been sued by a jewelry store for not paying a $56,000 bill, and been evicted twice for unpaid rent as well as failing to make car payments. You’re on a roll, Mike. Knock, knock. Anybody home in there? See you soon in Nowhereville. How did that 6.9 mil feel as it slipped through your fingers?

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  1. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Better not tell Del AJ wasn’t open in practice. The legend needs to last until the regular season when we get the chance to reassess.

  2. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Wasn’t it here on this very blog that I read we led the league in one and zero WR formations last year. That would be something to excite Nofear! He always seemed to love that Sardine Can Offense.

  3. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Sad to hear that Jim Kelly will undergo treatment for cancer in his jaw. Prognosis for recovery is good. Buffalo would have won at least one Super Bowl if not for kicker choking.
    Also Levis has trademarked the following ““Field of Jeans” and “Win One for the Zipper”.

  4. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Barrows says the 49ers ripped off his ideas. He wants 4.9 mil compensation. The beat guys are getting edgy.

  5. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    Now that we have a running QB, we can run up the middle even more!

  6. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Didn’t Barrows get his ideas from RT? If Matt gets any money he has to give some to RT!

  7. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I feel sorry for Ponder who has to run the SCO in Minihaha. A QB can’t look good running an offense that takes away his best opportunities to make decisions.

  8. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Crabtree tweeted he had his stitches removed this morning which is 12 days after his surgery.
    Niner Nation has mapped out more of his rehab:
    “Crabtree was likely wearing a temporary cast, which was removed so the stitches could be taken out. He will get some form of a hard cast and could be in that for three or four weeks, or potentially longer. At some point down the road, he’ll switch into a boot as the healing process continues. We probably won’t hear a whole lot of details over the next few weeks, and possibly longer.”

  9. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Remember Blackfish went out to take a leak before the killing.
    I just saw this video on things to come


    It was really getting cluttered with characters so they had to make some cuts just like football.

  10. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    If Fangio ever leaves on his own or not I hope the Niner braintrust promotes Tomsula.
    I think JT is the best assistant coach of the bunch and very deserving.
    Having Mangini cut in front of Tomsula would be a travesty.

  11. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Frankly, I don’t think the front office or Harbaugh care about who is more deserving. Mangini’s reason for coming here must have been with the caveat to succeed Fangio. Tomsula may not even want the job. Some people know their limitations. Look at Tom Rathman. He’s been an RB coach for 16 years.
    Tomsula has proven to be the Niner head coach with the best winning %age, though. Not likey to be matched by anyone.

  12. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Del will be happy to hear we signed a 30 yr old back up safety. His name is Ventrone and has was signed for ST play.

  13. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    It is documented that in 2012 Jim Tomsula was blocked by the Niners from interviewing for the Bucs DC opening.
    Earlier this year the Aints wanted to interview Donatell and the Niners blocked that and said they would do the same if N.O. wanted to talk to Tomsula.
    From Jan 29 NO Times Picayune
    “Fangio said Tomsula should receive a shot at becoming a defensive coordinator as Tomsula is fully capable.

    “He’s a fiery guy,” Niners defensive lineman Justin Smith said. “He’s not just a rah-rah guy, there’s a lot more to him than that. He knows his stuff so you don’t have to yell and just jump around all the time. You can actually talk. He’ll give us some information, some input, how we’re going to shut it down and that’s what I appreciate about him.”

    Smith went a step further saying he’s shocked Tomsula isn’t a defensive coordinator in the NFL right now. Tomsula has been the defensive line coach in San Francisco since 2007.

    “The success this team has had, I think it’s pretty well known around the league how much he knows,” Smith said. “He was the interim head coach here (after Singletary was fired in 2010), but sometimes those things just take a little bit of time. That’s another one of the reasons it’d be nice to win the Super Bowl; players, staff included are trying to get cherry picks. We’ll try to keep this thing together as long as possible and hopefully we’ll bring this one home.”

    When told how Smith said he was surprised Tomsula hasn’t become a defensive coordinator in the NFL already, Tomsula said, “That’s all in the future, but I might have to slide Justin a couple of bucks for that. He’s my PR guy.”

    Chucky, Seems you really undervalue Tomsula and don’t think much about his capability or ambition.
    I’d take Tomsula over Mangini on any day to lead my defense..

  14. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Just to give things perspective
    why does Mangini deserve to be DC if in fact that job becomes open?
    He was DC for only one year at New England. His defense ranked 17th in points given up and 26th in yards.
    I believe in promoting from within if you have capable coaches. The Niners have 2 highly qualified guys in Tomsula and Donatell.
    I just think they should be passed up by a guy from outside the org.

  15. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I just read that the Raiders would have definitely drafted Kappy had we not moved ahead of them via trade. We both offered our 2nd round pick to the Pats. They wanted a 2nd and 3rd. Us and the Raiders both said no to New England. Difference is we kept trying to trade up. We found a trading partner a few picks later who only wanted a 4th and 5th pick. We then moved ahead of the Black Hole and took Kappy!

  16. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Good for us; better for Kappy. Oakland would likely not have been kind to him, any more than it has been to so many other guys.

  17. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Fantasy Football Today released their projections for this season. I’ll list the pertinent 49ers.
    Kap: 273/447/3,356. 21/13. 116/722/7
    Frank: 250/1,125/7. 29/212/1
    Boldin: 64/867/6
    He’s Wide Open All the Time: 35/455/3
    Patton: 13/166
    VD: 59/755/6
    Morrah: 14/146/1
    Vance McDonald: 9/92
    Phil Dawson: 35/39 44/44
    A few thoughts…if Kap only goes 21/13 in the TD/INT dept., we in trouble. And running the ball 116 times may fill up the stat sheet, but that’s taking quite a few hits. Kap’s very good at minimizing the damage and getting OB, but we don’t need him hangin’ out with RG III. Those numbers for Jenkins and Patton should be reversed. I forgot Morrah was even on the team. The numbers for McDonald are probably for his number of drops and penalty yds committed. And if Phil Dawson attempts 39 FGs this year, our red zone offense stinks on ice or Jimmy Raye is back calling plays. “What’s the play call, Jimmy?” Long silence followed by the sound of his head hitting the table as he nods off again. *thud*

  18. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The Raiduhs are always the hapless victim.
    We all know the story of how the Niners passed on Aaron Rodgers in 2005.
    The Raiduhs had a shot at him picking #23 but Al opted for Fabian Washington that fabulous DB that lasted all of 3 years and is now out of football.
    Raiduhs on an annual basis make the dumb pick.

  19. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    As for the drafting of CK,
    Tim Kawakami of the SJ Mercury predicted Dalton or Ponder for Harbaugh so what does he know?


  20. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Raymond Ventrone? Are the Niners trying to assemble the worst crop of NFL safeties ever to hit the field? They’re doing a great job so far. Raymond Ventrone. Sorry. Everybody doesn’t love Raymond.
    Bullit, I watched Sunday’s episode again today. I was still shocked and amazed with the outcome. Even the second time around. The Starks didn’t see that coming. Even Iron Man himself, Tony Stark, was shaking his head in disbelief.

  21. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Remember “winter is coming” and Jon Snow might be the key for the Stark clan.

  22. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I thought we might be interested in Dalton for the 2nd round or Kappy in the third. I was surprised when we moved up to get him, but I was happy. Del was hotter than a firecracker. I could not calm him down. Hopefully he is happy with the pick now.

  23. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Oh Bullitt, always the weenie. As usual, you mistake the facts of the matter to lash out (meekly) at me with your saccarine boosterism and rah-rah bullshit. I didn’t bring Mangini here. The Niners did. What other use is he here in the long term? Caddy?
    It’s a stepping stone opportunity, obviously. But not as an offensive consultant. Capiche?

  24. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    RIP Deacon Jones
    What a terror he was in his playing days.

  25. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    The Rams Fearsome Foursome was Deacon Jones, Merlin Olsen, Lamar Lundy and Rosey Grier.
    RIP Deacon.

  26. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    You are one of the biggest hypocrites around and always make things a personal attack with juvenile namecalling.
    I am sorry to refute your false claims with facts and I know you are embarrassed because you run a alleged 49er blog.
    You were dead wrong saying Tomsula would not want a promotion
    because you are too damn lazy to do any research which leads to sticking your foot in your trap.
    If you call a respectful difference of opinion lashing out then you ought to grow a thicker skin.

    What you miss completely is Mangini is more interested in returning to being a head coach than he is a coordinator.
    Hyuk that Skipper

  27. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Yes RIP Deacon Jones
    I just remember the head slaps and one of the coolest names
    “the secretary of defense”

  28. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Gee, Buwwitt, you never answered my question. Why did the Niners bring Mangini here? To make me happy? And how would one try to re-establish credibility? Working for ESPN? Do you really think Mangini sticks around next year as an offensive ‘assistant’? My point is they want him in the fold for something other than why they hired him now. Since Harbaugh isn’t going anywhere, the obvious choice for him would be DC.
    Or do you think the Niners are doing this strictly for humanitatiam reasons? They want to rehab his viability so he can move on next year as a head coach? Seriously?
    Plus, I never said Tomsula didn’t want the job or a DC/HC spot elsewhere. I said maybe. I like the guy. I was never sold on Mangini, anyway. I just think that the Niners are hedging their bet with Fangio. They were worried about the playoff shittiness, and are looking at different options going forward.

  29. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    What does my blog have to do with this?

  30. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Grant Cohn has an interesting view on why Mangini was hired
    and it’s outside of the box thinking.

  31. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    You sure know how to backpedal and waffle.
    Now it’s maybe?
    Can you not state an opinion by presenting the facts without the personal attacks and childish namecalling?

  32. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    So Fangio should be canned because of the defense’s playoff shittiness? They managed to almost win the Super Bowl and were the second ranked defense in the NFL.
    I’m rah rah and a booster because I support the team?
    If I was as negative as you we would not have Vernon Davis and
    Crabtree because you wanted to trade them for whatever they could get.
    Or did you say maybe back then?

  33. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    What I’m saying is Fangio’s defenses have statistically gotten worse and worse under him every stop in his career. Which is why the Niners brought Mangini here. What part of that don’t you get? If the Niners were comfortable with Tomsula being the heir apparent, they wouldn’t get Mangini.
    Grant Cohn is an idiot. “there’s a chance Mangini could work his way up to DC . . .” Duh. Mangini isn’t on the 5 year plan to rehabilitate his name. He’s either DC or gone next year.

  34. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    2 years tops. Yes, Buwwitt, playing defense in the playoffs is something that’s important, eh? In a very short time we’ve reached the point of the season begin considered a failure if the Super Bowl isn’t achieved. It wasn’t, due in a large part to the defense playing like shit for the 1st half of the NFC Championship game, and the Super Bowl.

    Fangio’s defenses loses its effectiveness over time. Look it up. Is it his reliance on his vets? His reticence to rotate players in and out? I’d think that has something to do with it.
    You think Harbaugh heaped praise on Fangio for his defense’s playoff performance? Thanks for the 40 point deficits, Vic. We’ll take it from here.
    So, when I say Mangina’s here to replace Fangio, I’m wrong, but when Cohn says it, he’s right? Pretzel logic, skippy.

  35. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    IMO, if the owner will spend the money to hire a former HC to get another opinion of things, and if the chemistry works, why not? Seems to me this is a good move. We’ll just have to wait and see how it works out and what ensues.
    I’m not to worried about what Mangini does next year, I am more anxious to see how his hiring works out this year.

  36. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    There were at least 3 fearsome foursomes back in the day. The Rams were the only famous one. The NY Giants had one, with Rosy Grier, and the Chargers had one.
    Other great D-lines and defenses were, the Gold Rush, Purple People Eaters, Steel Curtain and NY Sack Exchange. Some defenses were the Doomsday, Grits Blitz and Orange Crush. Can any of you come up with some more names?

  37. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    The No Name defense of the Dolphins.

  38. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    And the 46 of the Bears.

  39. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    You just can’t have a civil conversation without namecalling can you?
    Fact of the matter is in the last 2 years the main reason the Niners have made it to the Playoffs has been their defense.
    Perhaps you have lost your mind to what the strength of the team is.
    Did we watch the same Super Bowl?
    Behind by 15 at halftime you seem to forget James fumbling away points at the Raven 24.
    You want to blame Fangio for the 108 yard KO return to open the second half?
    I also believe the Niner Defense should have a better rotation especially up front.
    So let me paint a picture here for you. What happens when the Niners win the Super Bowl this year?
    You are way overthinking this.

  40. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Dome Patrol, Monsters of the Midway and the O defense, or the Sgt Schultz. including I don’t remember, I can’t recall, I take the 5th.

  41. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    The Dolphins also had the Killer Bs, or was it the Bees, in the 80’s.

  42. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    I don’t remember the Sgt Schultz or O defense. I guess I need to look it up.

  43. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    OK, I’m a little slow. I got the Sgt Schultz defense. I was thinking football. Seems like this is the current defense for the IRS witch hunt case.
    What is the O defense?

  44. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Raiders had the “Eleven Angry Men” the year they set the sack record. 1967 IIRC?
    Detroit had “Chris’s Crew” in the secondary back in the 50s – Jack Christensen, Jimi David, Yale Lary, I think.

  45. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    IMO, the Sgt Schultz Defense will be followed by the Executive Privilege Defense!

  46. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    And the 50s Giants secondary was “Emlen’s Gremlins” – Emlen Tunnell, Tom Landry, Dick Nolan. They were pretty good, but Sam Huff was the destroyer on that team.

  47. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    How about Dwight Hicks and the Hot Licks!

  48. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Some great names on Emlen’s Gremlins!

  49. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Again, I’m slow. I just figured out the O defense. Duh! It is the Sgt Schultz defense. I’m here looking this stuff up on NFL boards. Too funny.

  50. NoFear49erNo Gravatar says:

    Oh, you meant just NFL defenses.
    Funny but the latest “Stolen Valor” law just passed because the SCOTUS maintains lying is free speech so had to specify lying for profit. Apparently team-Barry is all over it as they are currently exercising the shit out of that particular right.

  51. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Niner continue to upgrade Special teams signing 3 time pro Bowl Player Kasim Osgood.

  52. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Fleming tweaked his knee and went down at today’s OTA.
    the extent of the injury is unknown.
    Not a good thing for a guy who sat out all of last year rehabbing the knee.
    Hope it’s just slight as he was moving on his own after being on the ground for several minutes.

  53. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    See if you can spot someone familiar in this Judge Judy clip.

  54. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Did you say “down by 15” Buwwitt? Hmmmm. Did we spot Balt those points? How did those pesky points appear? Yeah we left points off the board with that fumble. But the defense gave up a 75 yard drive AFTER the fumble. Along with 2 other 50+ yard drives. Balt had the ball 4 times in the 1st half and scored 3 TDs. Good job, Vic. Here’s your sign.
    Did you watch the 1st half of the NFCCG? Here’s a recap. Atl had the ball 5 times and scored on 4 possessions. 3 TDs and a FG. Great job, Bullitt. Here’s your sign.
    Again, getting to the playoffs isn’t the issue. Just ask Indy. Winning it all is.
    Night Train Lane was my favorite defensive player’s nickname.
    That and Frank ‘the fudge hammer’ Nunley.

  55. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    BTW, the Niners were down 7-3 when LMJ fumbled. Balt then scored to make it 14-3. And scored again later in the 1st half.
    You’re welcome.

  56. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    I think Obama and company are going for the “We’re too effing stupid and incompetent to be a threat to you” defense. “We don’t know, we can’t remember, we effed it up, and it doesn’t matter anyway!” It’s petty scandal, Keystone Cops style. Almost makes you long for the days of Tricky Dick, who would have said, “[Expletive Deleted] all of you!”

  57. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Keep up with the namecalling and acting like a little brat.
    Why are demonizing Fangio and the defense? Who won the NFCCG? Which defense pitched a shutout in the second half?
    Keep embarrassing yourself by your comments because nothing is easy in this league and that’s why they have 2 halfs and play 60 mins.
    I will take first and goal at the Raven 7 with 2:37 left in the game
    anytime down by 5. You have put your team in a position to win and that’s all you can ask for.
    You are so full of crap to blame the loss on Fangio so please continue with this and show your total lack of football knowledge.

  58. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Best Niner nicknames were Hacksaw Reynolds and Mean Fred Dean.

  59. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    A short football lesson for you the uninformed.
    When you’re in the playoffs and the Super Bowl you are playing the elite teams in the NFL.
    They generally have very good offenses and are tougher to stop.
    Most teams are evenly matched.
    Consider yourself a little smarter.
    Now you’re welcome! Hyuk!

  60. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Just remembered another great Niner nickname.
    Ronnie Lott was called “Lurk”

  61. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    William “Bar None” Floyd! Joe “The Jet” Perry! RC “Alley Oop” Owens!

  62. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Bubba “Hwy 77” Paris!

  63. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Gary “Big Hands” Johnson!

  64. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    So you think the defense did well in those games? Good for you, skippy.
    If the defense did so well, why did they feel the need to get Mangina? What did Cohn say? Oh, yeah, to replace Fangio.

  65. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Keep digging a bigger hole for yourself showing off your ignorance and how lazy you are.
    You quote Cohn but cherry pick
    and leave out this all important and encompassing line that was in conclusion:
    “It’s likely Mangini leaves the 49ers after this season and signs as a “consultant” with another team that wants to learn all there is to know about the 49ers.”
    Sorry Skipper Hyuk!

  66. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    No one called Ronnie Lott Lurk.
    If giving up 24 points in the 1st half is putting your team in a position to win, then you are dumber than you sound. The D came out flat in the 1st half of the NFCCG, and they followed that by coming out even flatter in the Super Bowl. Without the power outage, the Niners may have lost by 28.
    Wide Richey, Steve Miss-a-mile, Cortez the Killer miss, the cornfield backfield, the million dollar backfield, Hugh the King McElhenny, Leo the Lion Nomellini, Joe Cool, Flash 80, Running Watters . . .

  67. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    I seriously doubt the Niners signed Mangini to hang around for one year. The FO isn’t that stupid. Cohn is an idiot, and you are ‘learning’ from him? Now that’s funny.

  68. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    This is just my opinion since you asked.
    A decent defensive effort is giving your offense a chance at the end of the game to win the game or run out the clock with the lead.
    They achieved that and held the Ravens to two FGs in the second half.
    Newsflash for you the football ignorant. Defensive players need to execute for a defense to work.
    Doesn’t matter how you scheme it as the DC if a player doesn’t execute his assignment or make a tackle.

  69. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Can’t have it both ways. You quote Cohn like he’s the authority when it goes your way and then turn on him when it doesn’t.
    Waffles anyone? Wearing your flip flops?

  70. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Maiooco says AJ Jenkins is looking like the clear leader to fill Crabtree’s spot, way ahead of Lockette and Patton. He must have been getting wide open in practice!

  71. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Just to change direction a smidge and, a good reason to love Politics.
    Our Larger than Life NJ Gov decided to flex a little Ipso/Facto Power of the Office here today, to circumvent the upcoming Election Process here in the Good ‘Ol Garden State.
    Teachers here are useless and overpaid in his world and, he got elected to ‘shrink Government’ and save the Taxpayers some dough but……
    He finds it necessary to spend millions to alter the election calendar a day or so after Sen Lautenberg passed on.
    One of many reasons to despise the Political process.
    He’s basically conceding the Senate seat to Democratic Candidate Cory Booker, in hopes of getting himself a landslide re-election in November.
    What a tool.
    Did I mention Cory Booker is a Dem and, he happens to be Black?
    No agenda here Christie?
    You can’t make this garbage up.

  72. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    NJ-I’m not sure there are many Republicans that like your Republican governor. He’s what is called a RINO (Republican in name only). He needs to switch parties.

  73. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    All Politicians should be shuttled to the moon Berger.
    I have big problems paying tax dollars for this sort of garbage on top of the higher taxes Christie heaped on us since he took office.
    Estimates here suggest that this Special Election will kick the kitty in the nuts, to the tune of about $12M.
    He’s putting Teachers out of work under the guise of saving $$$? BS.
    Money rules Politics.
    Not the constituants these puppets are elected to serve.
    Always an agenda.
    Powerful people want it all.
    Mostly at our expense.

  74. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Any fool knows Mangina wants to be a head coach. Except you, who thinks he’s going to be a consultant. Good one. Just stick to posting other folks’ info. Yours is bad. As is Cohn’s.
    Talk about flip flop. When the D does well, it’s the coach. When they don’t do well, it’s the players. Got it, Mr, Kerry.

  75. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Getting back to Deacon Jones.
    I caught a few minutes of the NFL Network tonight airing a Football Life on Deacon.
    I didn’t realize how amazingly close Deacon was to the Family of former Coach George Allen.
    Get a look if you can.
    Daughter Jennifer named a Son after him.
    Turned out it was her 2nd Son, because, she had a childhood crush on Roman Gabriel, which prompted her to name her first Son Roman.
    That apparently ticked Deacon off to no end so, she gave the name Deacon to her next born.
    Amazing story, I plan to finish viewing the episode tomorrow from the DVR.

  76. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    You keep getting deeper and deeper and spin as you might
    you’re going to drown in your BS.
    Trying to squirm away from Defensive Coordinator for Mangini and flip flop over to head coach?
    Why do you keep shifting your argument? It’s pathetic.
    Nobody can predict what’s going to happen and certainly not a
    football igororamus such as yourself.
    Accept the fact that he is here what he was announced to do without this conspiracy BS and
    Fangio out the door.
    The Niners came very close to winning the SuperBowl but you for some odd reason think they should have lost by 28.
    Keep chewing on those toenails because your foot is perfectly postioned. Hyuk!

  77. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Blah blah blah blah blah blah. Get a life, f**ko.
    My career path for Mangina.
    Consultant, DC here, HC somewhere else.
    Buwwitt’s career path:
    Consultant for the Niners, consultant for the Seahawks, comsultant for the Falcons, consultant for the Rams, consultant for the Eagles, consultant for the Raiders, consultant for the Titans . . .

  78. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    NJ, as much as I hated the Rams as a kid, I couldn’t help but respect and admire Deacon Jones. I saw him play a couple times near the end with the Rams, and he still was a force to be reckoned with.
    No one cares about your breathless protestations, Buwwitt.
    But keep ’em coming. I love arguing with a child.

  79. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    NJ, Deacon was on the greatest pass rushers ever. The Rams recorded him unofficially as totaling 173.5 sacks in his career. He wasn’t shy about sounding his own horn, either. But there was one guy he looked up to. When asked about him, he just said, “Perfect. Perfect, perfect. The only perfect defensive end.”
    That was a local boy – USF great, Baltimore Colt champion, HOFer Gino Marchetti.

  80. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    I heard 194.5 for Deacon from pro football weekly, FWIW. Loved any footage of him talking about anything. But his take on football was always spot-on.
    Got a nice pic of him and Bob St Clair on my blog. . . .
    Come for a visit, Touchdown Tommy.

  81. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    I have to admit it, I loved Defense even as a kid.
    Long before finding Offense in SD and SF, my Brother and I would often model our backyard games after guys like Buck Buchanan, Bubba Smith,Chuck Bednarik and Dick Butkus, among many of the others of the era.
    I eventually grew up to loathe the Rams and Cowboys but, you couldn’t ignore the Fearsome Foursome, Steel Curtain and even guys like Randy White, Leroy Selmon and Alex Karas back in the day.
    Even guys like Ted Hendricks and Lyle Alzado had their turn in the spotlight during that time.
    Deacon was quite the personality however.
    Guys like him brought much deserved recognition to the term,’Love of the Game’.
    Kill the QB, over and over and over.
    Busting butt to win.
    Playing as a TEAM.
    Taking pride in hard work.
    Good Man Mr Deacon Jones.
    Need more in today’s game like him and, a lot less of guys like JaMarcus Russell.

  82. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    JaMarcus is getting a tryout with the Bears.

  83. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Seeing guys like Patrick Willis and even Brian Urlacher (yeah, he’s done but you get it), there’s hope for the integrity of the game.
    Yeah, the Chiefs defense of the late 60s-early 70s was a fave of mine as well. Beyond Otis Taylor (hey I was a WR), I loved the Chiefs D. Bobby Bell, Willie Lanier, Curly Culp, Buck Buchanan, and Jim Lynch. Those guys were relentless.

  84. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    As the Met-life blimp, Bergs?

  85. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Well good for JaMarcus.
    I guess?
    Not sure what the Bears are thinking however.
    Take a guy like Deacon, a 14th Rd Draft Pick who made it with all his hard work and determination, during times of racial inequality to boot and, show me where JaMarcus and Deacon would be included in the same conversation now.
    Too many kids coming into the NFL now don’t have a clue what it means to die trying.
    It’s often taken for granted because of a Draft Slot.

  86. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Yeh Chuck, I had plenty of favorite Offensive guys too.
    Have to admit to owning a Bart Starr jersey as a kid too.
    Played plenty of QB and WR as kid myself.
    I guess I always envied the Big Nasties and took a liking to them.
    I still marvel at how these large guys can move as fast as they do.
    Can’t beat football can you?

  87. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Jack Tatum was a nasty individual too.
    Back when playing football was about breaking bones as much as the opponents will was in fashion.
    Of course we know the Raiders were a dirty team after the fact but….
    Ronnie holds the reigns on sheer will and determination in my book.

  88. NJ49erNo Gravatar says:

    Jack Lambert too.
    Lot’s of Great Ones from that period.

  89. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Dick Butkus.
    There were rough players, and then there was The Animal.

  90. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Rough and tough players?
    I have 4 of a kind. 4 Jacks, All HOF members
    Jack “Hacksaw” Reynolds and Jack Lambert have already been mentioned
    Jack Youngblood who played the entire playoffs with a broken leg
    and Jack Ham were also old school tough guys and leaders by example for their teams.
    Patrick Willis and Justin Smith have that same vibe.

  91. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    That was my nick name in college, The Animal!

  92. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    You personify why Raiduh Nation
    refer to some Niner supporters as “Whiners”.
    You ought to review what you posted yesterday and declare temporary insanity.
    As a Niner fan I was disappointed with the ultimate outcome of the Super Bowl but also proud of how they fought back and refused to quit. They almost pulled it off. That took character, something you don’t seem to understand.
    You really exposed yourself saying
    they should’ve lost by 28 if the lights didn’t go out.
    How so? You are admitting to giving up on the team?
    Please strike your little slogan
    from your blog “Red and Gold til I’m dead and cold” because they are empty words and based on what you have said is an obvious fraud.
    What a joke. Hyuk!

  93. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    I didn’t realize the Niners gave you a press credential allowing you to attend media events and press conferences.
    Most everyone else relys on all the media outlets to obtain info.
    Even watching a game on TV, you’re at the mercy of what the director and producers will allow you to see.
    Apparently either Baalke or Harbaugh has confided in you their real plans for Mangini when you were in their office.
    Do Maiocco and Barrows steal material from you too?

  94. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Getting windy around here. You waste time writing that shit?
    Buwwitt, it’s called thinking. Try it sometime.
    Gee, I guess I’ll sink to your level of starry-eyed boosterism and ask you a couple questions.
    Now, be careful, this requires you to think and even speculate.
    How does the game turn out if the power doesn’t go out? (I’ll give you a hint here. MANY Balt players said it rattled them. The Niners, who had gone through this already, came out of it a different team)
    And overall, how did the defense do in the playoffs?

  95. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    So, raising questions around the Mangina hire is tantamount to treason?
    You should get a job at Tiger Beat magazine. You act like a hurt little schoolgirl based on your 8:13 am post.
    You exposed me? As what? Someone who has a brain? Someone who speculates on the reason they hired an ex-head coach and DEFENSIVE coordinator as their offensive consultant?
    If I can’t speculate, then what’s the point of blogging? Sitting around the virtual campfire arm in arm and singing kumbaya as we all agree on your rose-colored landscape? In the immortal words of Otto Maddox in Repo Man, F*** that.

  96. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    The two new guys that have been signed to shore up the special teams are older vets.
    Osgood is actually 6 months older than Boldin and the tallest receiver at 6’5″.
    Ventrone will turn 31 in Oct.
    Both are special teams guys more than position players just like Skuta, the guy they signed earlier.
    They really missed Constanzo last year.

  97. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Plus all I said was Mangina is here to take over for Fangio should he leave or get canned. You got butt-hurt that Tomsula should get the job. Which has NOTHING to do with my point. Your reaction to that is priceless. Read your 8:40 post. I’m not divining the answers to string theory or quantum mechanics. I’m giving my reason for the hire.
    And YOU never answered my question through all your breathless posts about Tomsula, the Raiders, you wanting to see me naked, etc. Why did the Niners bring Mangini here? In your words. Can you come up with an answer?

  98. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Seeing unca naked is not a pleasant thought.

  99. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    You are total cartoon character.
    Thanks for admitting to giving up on the Niners in the Super Bowl and showing your true colors.
    That’s what you said so keep squirming and walking back every foolish thing you posted.
    Funny thing about the Super Bowl.
    When the team fell behind it wasn’t just the defense that led to the deficit. The offense managed only a pair of FGs and the Special Teams gave up a KO return for a TD.
    But being the rational and reasonable guy you are you lay it all at Fangio’s feet and target him to get the axe.
    You sure know your football.
    How do you give up on your team in the Super Bowl when there is still time on the clock?

  100. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Why did Niner bring Mangini in?
    Don’t know how to read?
    Jim Harbaugh spells it out for you
    “I feel like we added a really talented, knowledgeable coach,” Harbaugh said. “(He will) look at how defenses are going to prepare for us and where we can attack defenses. That’s what’s his role will be, helping game-planning and overall offensive scheme.”
    That is crystal clear to most sane people.
    The hole you’re digging Chuck is getting deep. There is concern you’re going to drown in your BS.

  101. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    I’m asking you, dimwit.

  102. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    See, that’s the difference between you and me, Buwwitt. I tend to think things through and come to conclusions that may or may not be true, vaild, or even sane. Hence the posts about Mangina and his role here. You are posting about Fangio, Tomsula, the Raiders, Harbaugh, and 20 different things that aren’t the goddamn point.
    You come up with “Mangina will leave next year” per Cohn. Stupidest thing ever written by a sportswriter. Why? Because that would be tantamount to letting someone steal the playbook. You of course buy it. You then say Mangina shouldn’t get the DC job over Tomsula (a valid point, but not the topic at hand). It may not pan out the way I think it may, but that’s the fun of blogging. Bringing different things to light. Not getting all hissy when someone doesn’t like what you say.
    Next you parrot Harbaugh and what he says. If you think Harbaugh is shooting straight about this, I got some property on the moon for ya.
    The point being, you haven’t speculated on anything around the Mangini hire. Which is all I’m doing. You’ve merely posted what others have said or changed the argument to tangential things.
    Carry on, skippy. And please tell me more about digging holes and exposing myself. Glad your active fantasy life is in full bloom.

  103. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Does that property on the moon have an ocean view? I can never pass on oceanfront property. I don’t care where it is.

  104. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    The sea of tranquility, baby. Great view of the earth.

  105. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Who were you addressing as dimwit?
    You qualify for that salutation so don’t get your panties in a twist.
    When one speculates and starts treating it like fact, that’s called delusion. Sorry to say you suffer from an acute case of delusion. get help.
    Newsflash, when you speculate it can go either way until it happens. I cannot help you with your weakass feeble reasoning. that’s on you.
    You keep dodging your statements about Fangio losing the Super Bowl and how they should have lost by 28 points.
    So please explain why it’s all on Fangio?
    The reason you don’t know crap about football.
    As I said previously you make the “red and gold til I’m dead and cold” a mockery.

  106. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Isn’t it ironic you post a slogan like “red and gold til I’m dead and cold” and “All Kappy all the time . . .” and then accuse me of “boosterism and rah-rah bullshit”
    So what do you call that?
    A double standard? Hypocrisy?

  107. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    I reread your rant from 12:36pm and applaud you for admitting your bullshit.
    These are your exact unedited words
    “I tend to think things through and come to conclusions that may or may not be true, vaild, or even sane.”
    So there you have it, it is an exercise in futility to argue with a serial bully nutjob.

  108. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    I call that being a fan.
    You on the other hand are a syncophant.
    Jesus. Don’t you understand anything?
    Your inability to answer my questions is cute, skippy. Instead you throw around pointless put-downs.

  109. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    So, no-more-buwwits, why did the Niners bring Mangina here?

  110. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Goddamn you two, I’m running out of popcorn!

  111. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    Hey, Laughing Boy. One buwwit weft.

  112. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    You know it now takes me three Vicodin and two shots of vodka just to make it down to the park to feed my ducks? I hope there’s one buwwit weft for me. On a serious note. Is that allowed here? The ESPN Top 20 NFL Coaches of All-Time is pretty damn good. Great clips intermixed with commentary from players and alike. Will Walsh be #1? They’ve done 20 thru 7. They countdown the Top 6 each day, one a day, beginning tomorrow. I’d bet Lombardi edges Bill 1-2. There’s a lot of great HC clips, but I still find Vince’s at the top. It’s succinct and to the point…

  113. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Rick Reilly voted Bill Walsh #8. As Del would say, what a mook.

  114. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    I’d say Paul Brown is #1. He won like 8 championships in 12 years. Walsh learned just about everything he did from Brown.
    I’d go Brown, Walsh, Lombardi.
    Favorite line from any coach anywhere is when Lou Saban turns to his assistant in some long ago game from the early 60s and says, about the refs, “They’re killing me Whitey! They’re killing me!!”

  115. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Ahhh, the beauty of the internet. And Youtube.

  116. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    This is one of the most famous
    quotes of all time.

    It was Fangio’s defense.
    Nov 25, 2001 at the RCA Dome against Mooch and the Niners


  117. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    I saw that Lou Saban clip 40+ years ago, and it still cracks me up to this day.
    Same with that extended Lombardi clip. Grabgrab grab! Nobody’s tackling!

  118. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Let’s recap all of this discussion
    from the beginning with the truth
    which everyone can verify simply by reading the string of posts.
    It all started when I expressed
    my sentiment that if Fangio ever left Tomsula or Donatell should be in line for the DC job and not an outsider like Mangini.
    You posted that Mangini wasn’t interested in being a DC which I debunked with an article.
    Then you started the namecalling and personal attack and said this.
    “I didn’t bring Mangini here. The Niners did. What other use is he here in the long term? Caddy?
    It’s a stepping stone opportunity, obviously. But not as an offensive consultant. Capiche?”
    Mangini’s title is offensive consultant. Mangini said he was an offensive consultant as did Harbaugh. The core of your argument and rants is that he is not. You are beating me over the head with your speculation of underlying reasons and running around like it was real.
    Then you start on Fangio laying out the reasons on why he should be fired for losing the Super Bowl. In doing this you also voice the opinion the Niners should have lost by 28 points.
    I was responding to your attacks on Fangio. You kept introducing new elements which I responded to such as the NFCCG.
    The big reveal here is when you said this “I tend to think things through and come to conclusions that may or may not be true, vaild, or even sane.”
    Knowing this how can anybody have a discussion with a delusional?
    That is my Reader’s Digest version.

  119. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Grumpy needs to make more popcorn!

  120. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    We’ll need some of Del’s Vicodin, too.

  121. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Today is June 6th

    69 years ago was D Day, the longest day and the beginning of the end of WWII in Europe.
    A lot of brave men died assaulting the beaches of Normandy raining machine gun fire.

    45 years ago Robert F Kennedy was assassinated. Two days earlier I had shaken RFK’s hand as his motorcade came by our school in San Francisco. This has a profound effect on you when you are 13.

    Two events that changed history
    and may all RIP.

  122. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Talking about Frank Gore
    Joe Staley tweeted this:
    “Today I asked Frankie to name all running backs takin in front of him in 05 draft. He named them all in 5 seconds. #motivation”
    FYI they were Ronnie Brown, Cedric Benson, Cadillac Williams, J.J. Arrington and Eric Shelton.

  123. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Doh! My whole point, which you obviously missed 15 times, is that the Niners brought Mangina here to replace Fangio should the defense falter. They have him under contract in case the D slips, and they want to install someone else next season (2014. Get it?).
    Christ on a bicycle. How many times did that sail over your head?
    Besides, can’t I question why the defense played flat as a pancake for long stretches of time in the 2 biggest games of the year? We all have to kowtow to your happy happy rah rah everything’s fine deal? Sorru, skippy. Ain’t gonna happen.
    The big reveal? You write like a gossip columnist. Yer Rona Barrett now.
    Froth away, McSkippy.

  124. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Please tell me how you are connecting the dots.
    If there is a hint of truth to what your saying then Mangini would have a title of just Senior Consultant. Provide some proof.
    The front office went out of their way to tag him the OFFENSIVE
    consultant and holy crap at the OTAs he’s working with the OFFENSE. If you see him working with the Defense you canstart your gossip.
    You floating the idea that Fangio is going to be fired saying his defenses slide. Actually they got better from 2011 to 2012.

    I believe continuity is a key to success in your coaching staff.
    The reality is we lost the Super Bowl by 3 points and you want to fire Fangio for that.
    Did Walsh have Seifert fired after the Gnats beat the Niners
    History reveals that Seifert won 2 more Super Bowls.
    Knee jerk reactions in canning coaches is for losers like Jerry Jones. You choose to follow his example.
    Are you capable of acting like an adult and having a discussion without namecalling and personal attacks?

  125. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Jerry Jones took his HC’s play calling duties away and gave them to the OC. That does not sound like all is well in Whoville.

  126. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    Jerruh should take his GM’s duties away and give them to the town drunk with a Ouija board.

  127. SkeebersNo Gravatar says:

    He IS the town drunk.

  128. Grumpy GuyNo Gravatar says:

    And the GM.

  129. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Sorry creative thinking isn’t your repertoire, skippy. Here’s how it works. The 49ers front office recognize that there were problems with the defense in the playoffs (I said the 49ers, not you). They see a guy with an interesting track record in Mangini. Thing is, there aren’t any openings for defensive coaches, so they come up with a consultant position. Sure, they can call it whatever they want. So they go with offensive consultant. Sounds good. No one on the defensive side is immediately alarmed by the addition of an obviously defensive minded coach. He likely stays in that OC position this year. Funny thing is, he signed a 2 year deal to stay here.
    IF the defense has more problems, OR if Fangio gets a HC gig somewhere else, they have a guy like Mangina under contract that they could then switch to DC.
    I know. Shit like this never happens in the NFL. . . . (insert eye-roll).
    How ’bout the rest of you mooks? Is this coming from outer space? Or do you think there’s any validity to this?

  130. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Bergs, didn’t that happen toward the end of the season last year?
    Jerry is the best thing to happen to the Cowboys since Barry Switzer.

  131. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    The Cowboys HC addressed the media about it a couple of days ago. It was obvious he didn’t care for the idea.

  132. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Oops!I misspelled my email and got my picture changed.

  133. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    The vid of the war room during the draft was classic cowboy clusterf***. Garrett’s in the background shaking his head and then burying his face in his hands.

  134. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    In your typical chickenshit style you have to go to your blog to badmouth me.
    I understand you can’t go toe to toe and you took your cowards way out to take the cheap shots.
    You have done this on numerous occasions in the past and I’m sure this won’t be the last.
    Keep showing your true colors.

  135. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Waaaah! Where’s your binky? Let it go skippy. You are an interminable bore. Besides, there are plenty of people out there who think the move was more than it appears. Except you and Grant.
    Did your Touchdown Tommy moniker expire? I didn’t see you post anything on my site. Redbull?

  136. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Toe to toe? More like brain-pan to dust-pan.
    Get a clue, sport. You misread everything I posted about Mangina. Explain that, champ.

  137. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    If the Niner front office thought the defense needed help why not just announce Mangini as the Defensive Consultant or just hired to advise all things football and Football Consultant period?
    Why go through the charade and then actually have him working with the offense?
    Your explanation is that they don’t want to alarm the defensive coaches had me rolling on the floor.
    Not everyone is as stupid as you.
    You think like a rube that just fell off the turnip truck.

  138. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Major League Baseball is trying to copy the NFL by showing their draft. I tried watching it but it is as boring as hell.
    MLB is trying to make a big deal about it but this is just a list of names.
    I believe the difference is you will be lucky to see 25% of these guys in the next 4 years.
    Both NFL and NBA players are immediately on the roster and not buried in the Minor Leagues.
    Mr Selig can try but televising the draft is doomed to failure
    due to lack of name recognition.
    They cannot use the NFL model on this one.

  139. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    Oh skippy. Go on believing everything Harbaugh says. He never says anything disingenuous, does he? Hyuk . . .
    I may think like a rube, but at least I think. Gimme another link, skippy!

  140. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Talk about pretzel logic. So you’re saying Baalke/Harbaugh hired Mangini under the guise of helping the offense and giving him that title so as not to piss the defensive coaches off. But it’s OK following your logic to piss the offensive coaches off for this year. Following your logic next year when in fact Mangini takes over as the Defensive Coordinator the entire coaching staff will be pissed off.
    Attempting to think with your limitations might not be such a good thing.

  141. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    ESPN wrapped up the Top 5 NFL Coaches in one show today. I thought they were going to spread it out. Anywho, the Top 5 are: 5)Chuck Noll 4)George Halas 3)Don Shula 2)Bill Walsh 1)Vince Lombardi. I’d argue if I could.
    What’s a mook and do they get paid? I like hot weather, but I hate the Heat.

  142. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    I wonder who was the guy named Reuben that spurned the use of the word “rube?” Now that’s a mook.

  143. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Harbaugh is the best thing to happen to the Niners going back 15-20 years.
    But you THINK differently which is too bad.
    If you think he’s a liar how do you root for him?
    Keep digging that hole.

  144. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    *spurred* speaking of which…Go Spurs!

  145. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    Where’s Joffrey? I feel like slapping someone.

  146. Del Mar DennisNo Gravatar says:

    I haven’t read the books so I have no clue as to how this plays out. But if that little brat doesn’t get his comeuppance soon I’m going to be more pissed at Joffrey than Tywin is. His own grandfather has had it up to hear with that cowardly little bugger. I’m really hoping it’s Arya that sticks it to him good. She or Daenerys deserve to sit atop the Iron Throne.

  147. unca_chuckNo Gravatar says:

    You are wasting the oxygen for us humans, Bullitt. Me saying Harabaugh isn’t straight with the press is news to you?
    You derive that I hate Harbaugh because he lies to the press? You, sir, are a major league idiot.
    If you think that Mangini doesn’t have designs on something other than the job he has now, you are dumber than a bag of dicks.

  148. BergerNo Gravatar says:

    Actually, I think Rueben invented a great sandwich!

  149. bullitNo Gravatar says:


    You carry your dick around in a bag?
    We’re talking about King Joffery and here you are going Jeffery Dahmer with dicks in a bag including your own. ouch!
    Now who’s the dumb one?

  150. bullitNo Gravatar says:

    Too funny that Chuck was the one that posted the Judge Judy clip above but has forgotten about how the Judge Judy topic started. You have other things to worry about when you are carrying a bag of …


  151. 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