What The Chip Kelly Hiring Means For Colin KaepernickNow that the San Francisco 49ers have decided on the head coach with the hiring of former Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly, the next question to be answered is who will he choose as his quarterback?
Disappointing 2015 Season For 49ers Almost At An EndDespite losing a big-name coach and a lot of defensive talent from last year's 8-8 team, the San Francisco 49ers had high hopes for the 2015 season. However, it just hasn't turned out that way for them this year. With one game left to play, the 49ers are just 4-11 and on the verge of their worst season since 2005.
Struggles Of 49ers In 2015 Bring Back Dark Memories Of A Decade AgoThe San Francisco 49ers went through some dark days in the 2000s, posting a four-year mark of 18-46 under two different coaches.
Browns' Donte Whitner Credits 49ers For Teaching LeadershipDonte Whitner hears it from every direction, the constant questions about Cleveland's losing. His own frustrated kids give him regular flak about it. The veteran safety didn't exactly bargain for this when he joined his hometown Cleveland Browns before last season, ready to carry the winning tradition he helped establish with the San Francisco 49ers to his new franchise.
Why Do The 49ers Struggle So Much On The Road In 2015?The San Francisco 49ers have turned into a road mess this year, after posting a 24-11 mark away from their home stadiums from 2011-14 under former coach Jim Harbaugh—including playoff contests.
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The Post-Harbaugh Era Begins With A Lot Of Doubt And UncertaintyAfter almost-unmatched success during the first three years of former coach Jim Harbaugh's tenure in San Francisco, the 49ers crashed a bit last year, finishing 8-8. Now, with Harbaugh gone, the season ahead has many questions. The 49ers roster has lost much talent, especially on the defensive side of the ball, and there are questions about the future of the franchise as new coach Jim Tomsula faces a tough season ahead. Super Bowl 50 will be at Levi's Stadium, but San Francisco is a serious long shot to be playing in the game itself.
New Look 49ers Hosting Vikings In Monday Night OpenerThe San Francisco 49ers open their 2015 campaign on Monday Night Football, hosting the second game of a doubleheader on ESPN. The Minnesota Vikings come to Levi's Stadium for the matchup, led by an exciting young quarterback and a veteran running back with something to prove after a lost 2014 season.
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