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San Francisco 32, Chicago 7: In his first career start, Colin Kaepernick out-dueled Jason Campbell and it was not even close. Kaepernick had 243 yards and two touchdowns to Campbell's 107 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. The usually sticky-fi…
Share TweetIt was quite the starting debut for San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick and pass rusher Aldon Smith put on a show Monday night as the 49ers throttled the Chicago Bears in a 32-7 victory. Kaepernick, starting in place of a concus…Share TweetSeattle Seahawks guard James Carpenter has yet to be cleared to return to practice nearly three weeks after being with a concussion. Carpenter had not been cleared to return when the Seahawks reconvened following their bye week for a practice on Monday.…Source: profootballtalk.com
Brandon Jacobs, both starting quarterbacks inactive tonightUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetIf Brandon Jacobs really does hate his boss, another game warming the bench is unlikely to change that. Jacobs, the 49ers running back who still hasn’t played this season, is inactive once again for tonight’s game against the Bears. As expected, bothSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetConcussions will keep quarterbacks Jay Cutler and Alex Smith out of Monday night's Chicago Bears-San Francisco 49ers game. Both starters were injured last Sunday and have not been cleared to return to the lineup. Jason Campbell will start in place of Cu…
With Smith out, 49ers' Tolzien a snap awayUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetSAN FRANCISCO -- A few thoughts after the San Francisco 49ers named Alex Smith, LaMichael James, Brandon Jacobs, A.J. Jenkins, Joe Looney, Trenton Robinson and Ian Williams inactive for Monday night: We knew Smith would not play. Seeing his name on the …
Setting 'MNF' scene from Candlestick ParkUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetSAN FRANCISCO -- It's sunny and 66 degrees here at Candlestick Park, where the San Francisco 49ers and Chicago Bears will be kicking off Monday night. The parking lots are alive with 49ers fans and a few wearing Bears gear. I'm in the pressbox and can s…
The Cardinals' Quarterbacking Situation Is Really, Really HopelessUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetAh, 2011. I remember it like it was just last year. The powerfully frisky Cardinals clawed and pecked their way to 8-8 with a 7-2 finish. They beat the Eagles in Philly. They beat the Cowboys. They beat the Niners. They started woefully, but they finish…Source: deadspin.comShare TweetCardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt feels good about his decision to cut back on safety Adrian Wilson’s playing time, but that hasn’t pushed him to pull the trigger on a call about his starting quarterback for this week’s game against the Rams. Darren Ur
Not your typical NFL cheerleader videoUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetMegan Welter is a company commander of a U.S. Army Reserve unit and a veteran of the war in Iraq. She is also a cheerleader for the Arizona Cardinals. The team profiled her recently. Check out the video. It's a pretty cool story.
Rams' sagging D in NFC West perspectiveUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetQuarterbacks aren't quite everything in the NFL. Football remains a team sport. Offensive shortcoming aside, the St. Louis Rams' defense deserves its share of the blame for a 27-13 defeat to the New York Jets in Week 11. 2012 NFC West Defenses Since Wee…Share TweetFourth-year running back Beanie Wells had 76 yards rushing through three games this season when a toe injury landed him on the Arizona Cardinals' injury list. The team plans to activate Wells this week, just in time to face the St. Louis Rams at Univers…
Week 11 NFL Splash Plays: Cards flip might be the play of the seasonUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetCardinals grab a fumble return on a heady play If this isn't the play of the season, it's certainly the flip of the year -- Arizona Cardinals cornerback Greg Toler rushing to pop the ball back inbounds on a Jason Snelling fumble. Sadly, the Cards couldn…Source: yahoo.com
Sizing up the early NFC playoff standingsUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetThe NFC playoff picture is taking shape heading into the final six weeks of the season. 2012 Remaining Schedules Seattle is one of the leading wild-card contenders at present, but the Seahawks could still win the NFC West and its automatic berth. The te…Share TweetJosh Freeman wasn't perfect, but on Sunday he looked a lot like a recent Super Bowl winner, Peter King writes. He was just one QB who had an impact, good or bad, on Week 11.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetThe New York Jets played better than the St. Louis Rams and deserved to win Sunday. We can't leave it at that, of course. But there is risk in reading too much into outcomes. The NFL proves week after week that results are temporary. If the Rams win imp…
San Francisco 49ers LB Aldon Smith says 49ers have best defenseNov 19San Francisco 49ers LB Aldon Smith speaks to Michelle Beisner about the 49ers defense and the nice night by QB Colin Kaepernick.
Chicago Bears vs. San Francisco 49ers highlightsNov 19The San Francisco 49ers receive a stellar performance from QB Colin Kaepernick and an impressive showing from their defense to defeat the Chicago Bears 32-7 on Monday night.
49ers Lead Bears At The HalfNov 19Tune to ESPN for live action.
E:60 - Vernon Davis FeatureNov 19It is easy to define 49ers WR Vernon Davis by his physical skills. But that is not what makes him unique. What truly sets Vernon Davis a part, is an irresistible blend of curiosity and naked emotion. E:60 delves into the many sides of Vernon Davis.
Peter King: QBs make their mark on eventful Week 11, for both good and badNov 19Eleven main characters from an eventful Week 11 that had its share of drama.