he struggling Jacksonville Jaguars had no luck ‘across the pond’ with the San Francisco 49ers. Colin Kaepernick led the way with his arm and with his feet, to throw for one touchdown and run for two more Sunday to lead the 49ers to a 42-10 win over the Jags at Wembley Stadium.
When the Miami Dolphins let running back Reggie Bush head to the Detroit Lions in free agency, the focus of the Fins’ running game fell on a former University of Miami star who is ready to take center stage.
The San Francisco 49ers running back was fined $10,500 by the NFL on Wednesday after he wore his socks too low in Sunday’s NFC championship game at Atlanta, a uniform violation. It marked the second time he was fined this season.
As the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens begin preparations for Super Bowl XLVII, both teams will be looking to players from the University of Miami to make some game-changing plays in the game.
Frank Gore, Colin Kaepernick and Michael Crabtree pulled off the kind of grind-it-out win Jim Harbaugh wants to see during the December stretch run. Gore ran for a 1-yard touchdown and reached 1,000 yards rushing for the sixth time in his career, and the San Francisco 49ers beat the Miami Dolphins 27-13 on Sunday.
Many have wondered what it would take for San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh to give the starting quarterback job back to Alex Smith.
With tight end Charles Clay listed as probable for Sunday’s showdown against the 49ers, the Dolphins have another offensive weapon they can depend on as they fight to try and make it into the postseason.
The Dolphins could see their playoff hopes dashed this weekend as they face off against the 49ers–a team that boasts stars such as quarterback Colin Kaepernick, running back Frank Gore and linebacker Aldon Smith.