Grant kicked off the show talking about the Kings game last night and the progress that he sees from the team and the potential of the team going forward. Grant talked about the lineup and […]
Grant started the show talking about the Stanford Oregon game last night and what he thought about the game last night. He talked about what he thought about Oregon and what it means for the […]
Brandon Lang, of be brandonlang.com, called into The Grant Napear Show and talked about this weeks games including the college football game with the LSU Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide. Lang talked about what […]
Brian Baldinger, NFL Network analyst, joined Grant to discuss the NFL season. Brian talked about Matt Schaub’s struggles, the 49ers’ WR corps, and DeMarco Murray’s sprained MCL. Brian also explained the Atlanta Falcons’ biggest problems […]
Grant began the show discussing the Kings victory over the Clippers on Monday night. Callers gave their thoughts on the downtown arena project, Peyton Manning’s return to Indianapolis this Sunday, and the San Francisco 49ers. […]
Charles Davis of Fox Sports called in and talked about the Oregon vs. Washington college football game and how fanatical the fans of both teams can be as well as past games between the two […]
Quarterback Matt Ryan set five Falcons single-season passing records. While impressive, it made the Falcons one-dimensional, relying too much on their aerial attack. With the addition of All-Pro running back Steven Jackson, the Falcons can now be dangerous both through the air and on the ground.
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. (AP) Now that he’s wearing a $100 million smile, quarterback Matt Ryan is ready to get back to work for the Atlanta Falcons. “I’ve always not worried about the business side of […]
Today on the show, people are living in the sewer tunnels underneath Las Vegas, Drew has shaved off half of his body hair, a “racist” Mountain Dew ad, and why Don loves acupuncture. Frank Caliendo […]
FOX NFL’s rules analyst Mike Pereira goes over some of the controversial plays from Sunday’s Conference Championship games.
San Francisco police say a dozen people have been cited or arrested following a celebration marking the win that sent the 49ers to the Super Bowl.
In a game where the momentum switched hands several times, the 49ers were able to make one more play than the Falcons and will represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. San Francisco bounced back from a slow start, and in the end, outplayed the home team. The 49ers have earned themselves a trip to New Orleans, where they will look to reach the pinnacle of the sport.