An all-around sloppy game from the San Francisco 49ers resulted in an 24-20 upset by the Arizona Cardinals.
The 49ers must win Sunday night to claim a first-round bye and home-field advantage.
The 49ers thrilling walk-off victory over the New Orleans Saints Sunday came at a price.
Banged up and shorthanded, the 49ers rallied back from a three-point deficit in the closing minutes to overcome the Cardinals.
Following their first loss, overtime hear-breaker tot he Seahawks, the 49ers (8-1) turn around on a short week to face the Arizona Cardinals (3-6-1) for the second time in seventeen days.
The Raiders did two things they have done very little of this season in the first half Sunday.
The 49ers found a disappointing new way to lose in Arizona Sunday.
Week 8 will be a battle for pride for the San Francisco 49ers.
On paper, the 49ers looked to have been in good shape against the Cardinals.
The rookie quarterback was sacked five times and hit sixteen more en route to the 49ers 20-10 loss at the hands of the Cardinals.
On Sunday, San Francisco found one more avenue on the road to “L” street, their home address so far this season.
With all the uncertainty pulsing through the NFL, one thing is absolutely certain — Kaepernick has more than enough talent to play in this league.
The 49ers resume their search for a general manager as they continue to wait for Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan.
The only thing recognizable about the 49ers on Sunday was that they suffered a 23-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
Cardinals running back David Johnson is arguably the best in the NFL, and the 49ers run defense is clearly the worst.
Drew Stanton had a really bad game. Blaine Gabbert’s was still worse.
The confidence of Oakland’s young core is almost certainly beginning to blossom after defeating the Cardinals 31-10.
Most starting roles on the team are largely solidified, a first for the Silver and Black in over a decade.
The NFL has levied punishment on Pete Morelli and his officiating crew after a string of egregious errors.
The San Francisco 49ers seemed to fight two opponents in their 19-13 loss to the Cardinals Sunday.