The 49ers have had at least three sacks in eight straight games for the first time since sacks became an official statistic in 1982
The five-game sample size for San Francisco’s defense is nothing short of sensational.
The 49ers have some intriguing options at running back heading into 2019.
The 49ers quarterback began as a third stringer and a UDFA and he’s showing he belongs in the league.
Sherman was effusive in his praise on Sunday.
The 49ers right ends need to pick it up in Week 15.
Given the playmakers the Broncos have to run the ball, this is pretty impressive
The 49ers tight end had his coming out party as one of the league’s best tight ends. He is elite. No questions asked. Here’s what everyone had to say.
That’s two games in a row he’s been looking sharp.
Sean McVay gets a lot of credit in LA, but Shanahan is doing some serious work in Santa Clara.
Matt Breida and Raheem Mostert looked good on Monday, but the offensive line run blocking is on another level right now.
The 49ers second-year tight end is breaking out in a big way.
The 49ers shot themselves in the foot in a big way.
Some numbers on pass distribution tell us something about what we might expect.
The 49ers defensive tackle took a small step back against the Lions, but has already broken his sack total from 2017. We break it all down.
Let’s see how he does for 15 more games.
The 49ers had a lot of success covering tight ends, but the lead guy in coverage is gone.
The 49ers offense shows a significant influence.
He can likely thank Jimmy G, but Tomlinson also showed signs of progress before Garoppolo took over.
The 49ers got solid production from their tight ends. Can they build on it in 2018?
A sign the defense is improving.
The 49ers QB had a strong close to 2017, but there are some areas to improve.