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Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco 49ers’


Super Bowl XLVII Filled with Many Subplots

Posted by Séan Milligan on January 31st, 2013

In a showdown that features the first head coaching siblings in NFL history, its more than sibling rivalry that makes this battle for the Lombardi Trophy interesting. (more)

NFL Week 8 Results 2010

Posted by Ace Staff on November 1st, 2010

The New England Patriots stand alone as the NFL’s top ranked team at 6-1 following their 28-18 win over the Minnesota Vikings. The Green Bay Packers helped the Pats reclaim the AFC East in the process, defeating the New York Jets 9-0 at the Meadowlands. Scheduled Bye week teams on Halloween included the Atlanta Falcons, Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Ravens. The Monday night contest featured the Indianapolis Colts earning the top spot in the AFC South after handling their division rival Houston Texans 30-17 at Lucas Oil Stadium. Check all NFL Week 8 scores below! Sunday, October 31, 2010 Miami Dolphins 22, Cincinnati Bengals 14 – Dan Carpenter kicked in five field goals as the Dolphins defense shut down Cincinnati in the second half to win by eight. Jacksonville Jaguars 35, Dallas Cowboys 17 – David Garrard threw for 260 yards and four TD’s from 17 passes completed. Detroit Lions 37, Washington Redskins 25 – Rex Grossman replaced Donovan McNabb in the fourth quarter and proceeded to fumble the game winning touchdown for Detroit. Kansas City Chiefs 13, Buffalo Bills 10 – Ryan Succop split the uprights from 35 yards out as time expired in OT to keep the Bills winless.   (more)

NFL Week 6 Results 2010

Posted by Ace Staff on October 19th, 2010

There were certainly a handful of thrilling contests this past NFL weekend. The New England Patriots rallied to defeat the top ranked Baltimore Ravens in overtime. The New York Jets took care of business away in Denver, becoming the first team to reach five wins this season. The San Francisco 49ers earned their first W courtesy of QB Alex Smith’s two second half touchdown drives. Ben Roethlisberger threw for three TD’s in his first game back the Pittsburgh Steelers lineup. Bye Week teams included Buffalo, Cincinnati, Arizona and Carolina. Check back each week for 2010 NFL scores and updates! Sunday, October 17, 2010 Seattle Seahawks 23, Chicago Bears 20 – Jordan Babineaux sparked a safety in the third quarter en route to his Seahawks road win at Soldier Field. Miami Dolphins 23, Green Bay Packers 20 – Dan Carpenter kicked in a 44 yard field goal for the Dolphins to claim victory in OT. St Louis Rams 20, San Diego Chargers 17 – The Chargers scored with three minutes left in regulation but failed to stage a full comeback from there. New England Patriots 23, Baltimore Ravens 20 – Deion Branch caught nine passes for 98 yards and one touchdown in his return to New England. (more)

NFL 2010 Preseason Week 2 Results

Posted by Ace Staff on August 24th, 2010

We are only two weeks away from the 2010 NFL regular season and teams couldn’t be more anxious to begin. The initial pre-season contests have been full of excitement between the hard hits, touchdown passes and breakaway runs. A number of young stars have made the most of their opportunities on the field as the veterans start to rest up for September. Longtime QB Brett Favre made his debut in Minnesota after a long period of indecision this past summer. The San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders have showcased a number of improvements from 2009 in the midst of their 2-0 campaigns. Check for all Preseason Week 2 scores below! Thursday, August 19, 2010 Buffalo Bills 34, Indianapolis Colts 21 – Terrence McGee produced a 78 yard interception return as the Bills went on to post 34 points in their victory over the AFC Champion Colts. New England Patriots 28, Atlanta Falcons 10 – The Pats posted a touchdown in all four quarters while holding the Falcons to just 10 points to win on the road. (more)

49ers Intercept Win Over Bears

Posted by Ace Staff on November 13th, 2009

The San Francisco 49ers defense picked off five of QB Jay Cutlers passes on their way to defeating the Chicago Bears 10-6 yesterday at Candlestick Park. Cutler threw for 307 yards despite gift wrapping two INT’s in the red zone. “It was tough. I have to apologize to the defense,” said Cutler. “I think the offense as a whole has to apologize. They played a great game and kept us in there even through all the turnovers.” Frank Gore earned the game’s only touchdown in the second quarter.  In total he rushed for 104 yards from 25 carries. Throughout the contest the Bears run game struggled to be recognized as a potential threat. Matt Forte led Chicago’s rushing and receiving efforts with 41 yards from the ground and 120 yards racked up from eight completions. The 49ers after claiming their first victory in five games moved to second place behind the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC West standings. The Bears now at 4-5 fell to third place in the NFC North, trailing the Minnesota Vikings and Green Bay Packers.

Crabtree Signs With 49ers

Posted by Ace Staff on October 7th, 2009

After holding out four games this season following all training camp and pre-season play, Michael Crabtree has finally reached contract agreements with the San Francisco 49ers. Crabtree agreed to a six year deal that he can void up to five years if he meets undefined performance clauses.  Wednesday was the first time in a few weeks that Crabtree and agent Eugene Parker spoke with GM Scott McCloughan and Paraag Marathe. The 22 year old wide-out made 19 receptions for 1,165 yards and 19 touchdowns in 2008 at Texas Tech. Coach Mike Singletary has said he will welcome Crabtree as soon as he is able to join the team.  The 49ers so far this year are off to their best regular season start since 2002, leading the NFC West with a 3-1 record.  Their next game is set for Sunday, October 11th when they host the Atlanta Falcons at Candlestick Park. After a bye during Week 6 they will travel to Reliant Stadium to face the Houston Texans October 25th. San Francisco 49ers tickets are now available!

NFL Week 4 Results

Posted by Ace Staff on October 5th, 2009

This NFL Sunday mostly contradicted initial assumptions regarding certain teams.  The New England Patriots seem to have worked out their offense just fine, posting 27 points against a tough Ravens defense.  Jets rookie QB Mark Sanchez didn’t fare so well during his game 4 challenge verses New Orleans with no touchdowns and three interceptions.  The 49ers proved themselves again as real contenders after dominating the Rams 35-0.  The Manning brothers along with the Saints, Broncos, and Vikings remain undefeated. Check for all Week 4 scores below. Sunday, October 4, 2009 Chicago Bears 48, Detroit Lions 24 – Bears QB Jay Cutler threw for 141 yards and 2 TD’s from 24 total game receptions. Cincinnati Bengals 23, Cleveland Browns 20 – Cincinnati was able to take the game in the final seconds of O.T. to avoid the rare tie. Indianapolis Colts 34, Seattle Seahawks 17 – Indianapolis scored 21 first half points and never looked back from there. New York Giants 27, Kansas City Chiefs 16 – The Chiefs scored 13 out of their 16 total points in the fourth quarter but it just wasn’t enough to catch New York. Washington Redskins 16, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 13 – The Skins created all of their offense in the third quarter and left the Bucs with zero 2009 victories. Jacksonville Jaguars 37, Tennessee Titans 17 – David Garrard helped the Jags notch their second win of the season with 323 passing yards and three TD completions. Oakland Raiders 6, Houston Texans 29 - Houston scored 17 points in the second quarter and shut the Raiders down completely in the second half. New England Patriots 27, Baltimore Ravens 21 – Baltimore drove down the field in the remaining minutes but failed to keep it going in the red zone, resulting in a six point Patriots win. New Orleans Saints 24, New York Jets 10 – Drew Brees and crew came up with 17 first half points and never let the Jets gain any momentum from there. Miami Dolphins 38, Buffalo Bills 10 – Miami scored 17 second quarter points on their way to proving themselves as third best in the AFC East. Denver Broncos 17, Dallas Cowboys 10 – Denver QB Kyle Orton threw for 2 TD’s and 243 for Denver to remain undefeated.  San Francisco 49ers 35, St Louis Rams 0 – The 49ers offense scored 28 second half points as the defense shut out Kyle Bowler and the Rams. San Diego Chargers 28, Pittsburgh Steelers 38 - Steelers RB Rashard Mendenhall produced two TD’s and 165 yards from his 29 game carries.  Monday, October 5, 2009 Minnesota Vikings 30, Green Bay Packers 23 - Brett Favre in this highly anticipated matchup against his former Green Bay Packers really came to play, throwing for 3 TD’s and 271 yards.

Aaron Maybin, Bills Agree to Deal

Posted by Ace Staff on August 21st, 2009

Defensive end Aaron Maybin this afternoon has agreed to a 5-year $25 million deal with the Buffalo Bills after missing all of training camp.  The former Penn State All-American led the Big Ten with 12 sacks last season in his thirteen games played.  Buffalo will rely heavily on Maybin to make immediate contributions after finishing their 2008-2009 campaign with just 24 sacks as a team.  His agent Chafie Fields told The Associated Press: “Aaron’s happy to be here and ready to go to work.” The Maybin deal leaves two unsigned first round picks; offensive tackle Andre Smith and wide receiver Michael Crabtree, who has informed the San Francisco 49ers organization that he’ll be willing to sit out the entire season if he doesn’t receive an adequate offer.  The Buffalo Bills have two more preseason games against the Green Bay Packers and the defending Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers before the regular season kicks off.  Week one has the Bills scheduled to take on the New England Patriots September 14th at Gillette Stadium. Buffalo Bills tickets are available now!