Sunday’s NFC Championship Game was the final game of the season at Levi’s Stadium, and it did not disappoint.
Miami is on the mind for the 49ers as they find themselves just one win away from a Super Bowl.
In their first playoff matchup since the 2013 campaign, the 49ers utterly dominated the Vikings
For the first time in Levi’s Stadium history, the San Francisco 49ers are hosting a playoff game.
The 49ers must win Sunday night to claim a first-round bye and home-field advantage.
An inconsistent night on offense was capped by a clutch final drive and game-winning field goal.
After having time to shake off the crushing loss to the Falcons, the 49ers got right back to work.
San Francisco fell victim to a “trap game” Sunday afternoon, losing in the final seconds to the Atlanta Falcons.
With the season winding down, the 49ers need to handle their business.
Another week, another test of the 49ers playoff mettle.
The 49ers utterly dominated Green Bay Sunday night, shutting down the potent Packers offense early and often.
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.
For the first time since 2013, the 49ers and Seahawks are atop the NFC West. The rivalry that peaked in 2012 and 2013 has reignited into a battle between two of the NFC’s best teams.
Last Sunday, the 49ers handled the division-rival Rams with ease in front of a hometown crowd in Los Angeles.
The ashes of San Francisco 49ers legend Dwight Clark have been laid to rest next to the same goal post where he made the play memorialized as “The Catch.”
For Jed York, saying the right thing has never been a problem. It’s been following through on those statements that’s been the issue.
The 49ers may be giving their fans the gift that they’ve all been waiting for this holiday season — a new beginning.
With each game, Colin Kaepernick has been getting better and better in Chip Kelly’s system.
One yard was the difference Sunday, enough to land the 2016 San Francisco 49ers on the wrong side of franchise history.
Cardinals running back David Johnson is arguably the best in the NFL, and the 49ers run defense is clearly the worst.