The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie; Jason ColeNFL Insider Jason Cole of the Bleacher Report joined Doug and Grant and spoke about the San Diego Chargers move to LA, how it effects the Oakland Raiders and their pending move to Las Vegas, as well as a quick outlook on the upcoming games this weekend in the NFL.
Leaving Town; The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie 1/12The city of Los Angeles has a new team, the LA Chargers, who announced that their new city of residence will be in LA as of this upcoming season. Hear Grant and Doug give their thoughts on the situation surrounding the Chargers and what may or may not be expected in LA
LA Rams Make Sean McVay Youngest Head Coach In NFL HistoryThe Los Angeles Rams have made Sean McVay the youngest head coach in NFL history.
49ers Team Grades: Kaepernick Leads S.F. To Big Comeback Win Against RamsThe 2016 San Francisco 49ers finally rose off the mat to win and break their 13-game losing streak, and they have quarterback Colin Kaepernick to thank for it. Trailing by 14 in the final quarter on the road in Los Angeles against the Rams, Kaepernick led the 49ers on two long scoring drives to secure the 22-21 win. With the victory, San Francisco assured itself of at least a two-win season, avoiding the fate of becoming the first team in franchise history to win just once.
49ers Week 16 Injury Report: Torrey Smith Put On IR, While Staley Remains DoubtfulThere are only two games left in the 2016 regular season for the San Francisco 49ers, but the injuries still are hurting the team's chances to win. The team placed concussed wide receiver Torrey Smith on the injured reserve, ending his season early, while offensive lineman Joe Staley is again listed as doubtful for this weekend's game in Los Angeles against the Rams.
49ers Team Headlines: San Francisco's Last Realistic Chance To Avoid 1-15Considering a home matchup against the playoff-bound Seattle Seahawks in Week 17 is the final game of the 2016 NFL regular season, this Saturday's road trip to Los Angeles represents the final real chance the San Francisco 49ers have for a win this year.
The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie; Chris LandryDoug and Grant were joined by former scout and NFL executive Chris Landry of Landryfootball.com in hour two of Wednesday's show. Listen as Chris breaks down some NFL playoff races, how he thinks the AFC West will play out and his thoughts on College athletes skipping bowl games to get ready for the draft.
49ers Opponent Profile: Rams Struggling Almost As Much As Niners In 2016One reason the Seattle Seahawks were able to clinch a division title earlier than any other team this season is the NFC West has two of the worst teams in the conference: the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers. Combined, the two California teams have five wins this season, and one of them came in Week 1 when the Niners shutout the Rams, 28-0. The rematch happens this Saturday.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Seahawks Seek Bounceback Over Reeling RamsBoth the Rams and Seahawks look to turn things around on Thursday Night Football after blowout losses in Week 14.
The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie: Charles DavisOne of the favorite guests of the show Charles Davis of the NFL Network and the NFL on Fox, joined the fellas and broke down the real spirit of Christmas in his eyes. Plus, listen as Charles tells the fellas his thoughts on the LA Rams situation, now and moving forward. All that and more on The Grant Napear Show featuring Doug Christie.
Overreaction Time; The Grant Napear Show 9/13The first week in the NFL is officially over and Grant breaks it all down like only he can. Plus, listen as he gives his thoughts on the comments made by Trent Dilfer regarding the Colin Kaepernick kneeling situation. All that and more on The Grant Napear Show, heard daily 3-7 PM daily, only on Sports 1140 KHTK
49ers Open Chip Kelly Era With 28-0 Victory Over RamsCarlos Hyde ran for 88 yards and two touchdowns and the San Francisco 49ers posted their first season-opening shutout in franchise history to spoil the Rams' first game since moving back to Los Angeles with a 28-0 victory Monday night.