The San Francisco 49ers won their first game of the 2014 season, but they didn’t generate enough offense consistently on their own. Gifted four turnovers by the Dallas Cowboys, the 49ers didn’t score at all in the second half of the game. They’ll need to make sure they create their own opportunities in Week Two against the Chicago Bears at the Levi’s Stadium opener.
The Dallas Cowboys face one of their most legendary rivals in the opening weekend of the 2014 NFL season. For many years, the Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers battled to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl each season.
Although they made a deeper playoff push a year ago, the 2013 season for the 49ers was far from a letdown. The team continued to improve each week, and heading into the off season know that they have a quarterback and defense that is going to make them contenders for years to come.
The first of two Super Bowl teams arrived in New Orleans on Sunday night, and the San Francisco 49ers wasted no time in letting the world know their plan…walk out of the “Crescent City” with another championship for the franchise.
The Ravens came out of a three-game losing streak to make it to the big game in The Big Easy. December started off rough for the Ravens with consecutive losses to the Steelers, Redskins and Broncos. But as fate would have it, their lowest point became a turning point.
Chad takes a look at his team which had to make a decision on who was going to start this Sundays game, Colin Kaepernick or Alex Smith?
Mike Ditka and Jim Harbaugh had to face battles off of the field this week, and they’ve both won.
Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck is going back to school next season.
In what may have been the final game for its starting quarterback and head coach, Stanford used a second half surge to dominate Virginia Tech 40-12 in the Discover Orange Bowl last night.