49ers Film Breakdown
Trey Lance will likely make his first NFL start this weekend and the 49ers should name him the full time starter. Film room looks back his first significant game action versus Seattle.
The 49ers dropped a close in the final seconds to Green Bay. What the film shows in this weeks 49ers Film Room game review.
We look at six plays that sealed the Niners’ fate Sunday night.
Deommodore Lenoir leads 49ers secondary in pass break-ups, Nick Bosa’s sacks, and Jimmy G’s up and down day against the Eagles.
Today’s film room breaks down the week one win over the Lions by examining the running game, Garoppolo’s 3rd down efficiency, and the positive and negative on defense.
We look at what Al-Shaair did to help out the defense.
The final preseason game gave us a glimpse into the 49ers' offense with certain packages for Trey Lance.
Whether Lance is the starter or back in a dual quarterback system, film room takes a look at the plays fans might see in 2021.
San Francisco's offense looks so much better with Mostert and the secondary is bolstered with a familiar face.
Griffith played well in 33 snaps, but it was not enough to stop the Kansas City Chiefs.
Xavier highlight’s what Arik Armstead did best in 2020, as he looks to rebound and have an impactful 2021 season.
Talanoa Hufanga will need to impress in every pre-season game to earn a role with the defense.
After listening to Leo Luna and Javier Vega on the Oh Hey There podcast, I decided to take a deeper look at cornerback Ambry Thomas.
I saw the comments demanding respect for Justin Hilliard’s name, so I took a deeper dive into what he has to offer to the 49ers.
Entering another year with an unproven pass-rush, the defensive tackle group must step up again.
Xavier Dixon makes his debut on Niners Nation as he previews what to expect out of the Niners LB group headed into training camp
Film room: Why analysts are overthinking Justin Fields, why the stereotypes are bad, and why the 49ers should draft him
The 49ers should draft Justin Fields. Today’s draft-day film room wades through the black quarterback stereotypes, what Fields looks like as a pure passer, and briefly why the 49ers should draft him.
Trent Williams is undeniably the most important piece the 49ers can bring back in free agency, and they don’t have to wait.
Anatomy of a play breaks down the gap scheme running game versus the Cardinals.
Film room: So long Bob and thanks for all the memories, plus George Kittle’s return sparks the offense
Defensive coordinator Robert Saleh’s brilliant gameplan slows down Cardinals offense and George Kittle’s return positively impacts the running game and passing game.
Film room looks at the many miscues on offense in last Sunday’s game versus Washington.
The film room looks at the various coverage busts by the defense as well as how the Bills and Josh Allen put on an offensive clinic.
This week’s Anatomy of a Play looks at how the 49ers limited the Rams favorite passing concept in their 23-20 win over Los Angeles.
Rich Madrid highlights the offensive line’s play, wide receivers being open, and some of Shanahan’s adjustments from the Rams game.
Film room: First round rookies Brandon Aiyuk and Javon Kinlaw were the best players against the Saints
Film room looks at the impact of rookies Javon Kinlaw and Brandon Aiyuk on the Saints game
Film room breaks down the 49ers four verticals concept.
Film room: Richie James provides only spark for the offense, the Packers 6-1 front slows down 49ers run game, and Aaron Rodgers goes deep
Film room breaks down the week 9 loss to Green Bay.
Reviewing the Seahawks game, you can see the best and worst traits in Garoppolo’s game. We took a look at seven throws to highlight where his issues stem from, and mixed in throws where Jimmy G showed why the 49ers believe in him.
This week’s anatomy of a play details the 49ers favorite play action passing game concept, Drift, and the multiple variations of the play.