The joy became disappointment. What we knew as Niners Magic was overwhelmed by Mahomes Magic.
The 49ers only need Garoppolo to be himself, another part in a machine that keeps grinding. And keeps winning.
With a San Francisco win, that memorable Atlanta collapse against the Patriots will be shoved back to the footnotes.
Sherman’s mother took him to Lakers games. If all of southern California idolized Kobe, well, why wouldn’t he?
The 49ers quarterback said that he’s happy if the coach is happy — and coaches inevitably are ecstatic about wins.
One more game, and after 60 years — with time away for Los Angeles — the Raiders are finished in Oakland.
The Bears are 11-2 in games when he plays at least half.
You know what this means? It means the Niners are 9-1, along with those fearsome New England Patriots.
It was all set for a Hollywood finish. But this time, the hero didn’t rescue the ingénue. Who wrote this script, anyway?
It wasn’t a run to daylight. More like a run into darkness, as well as into the end zone.
It’s as if the Raiders want to tell us, “We gave you this, and now we’re taking it away.”
For the first time since 1998, 21 years, San Francisco has won its first three games.
The Chiefs scored four consecutive touchdowns in the second quarter, the shortest of which came on a 27-yard pass. Wham.
Both teams knew where to look. It never hurts to select winners.
Guest appearance on Altitude Radio's "Hastings, Harris & Dover" podcast.
If anybody dismissed the Pats’ chance of winning again and again, it may have been from wishful thinking.
It will be the second time in Super Bowl history that the quarterbacks of the opposing teams are from the same region.
Life is unfair. Sports, to the contrary, are supposed to be fair.
In the nine times Tom Brady has played against a Phillips defense, he’s had some of his poorer games.
Nothing consequential takes place on Opening Night. If you don’t count the infamous backpack incident.
In a country seeking new stories, the NFL keeps giving us sequels. Along with the obligatory controversies.
He dealt with it forthright, candidly, if somewhat bewildered by his team’s failings.