The 49ers’ acquisition of wide receiver Stevie Johnson is a win for both the team and player. San Francisco gets what they hope is the final missing piece to their passing game, while Johnson gets the chance to return home and not only play for a contender, but play in a market where his talents will not go un-noticed.
Ask Aaron Donald and he’ll tell you without a doubt, that he believes he couldn’t have landed in a better spot when he was selected by the St. Louis Rams in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft with the No. 13 overall pick.
Six weeks ago, the New Orleans Saints suffered their worst loss of the season in a game where they were absolutely demolished by the Seattle Seahawks. Immediately afterward, head coach Sean Payton told his players to put the game behind them because they would get another shot. Payton was right as the Saints are meeting the Seahawks again, and there are four big things they need to do, in order to win.
The Green Bay Packers have had trouble stopping the 49ers in their last two meetings. Now they have to try and beat them in the playoffs while facing injury issues on defense.
The Green Bay Packers pulled off a huge win to make the playoffs, but now they have to face off with the San Francisco 49ers. They will have to work to prevent a repeat of what happened when these two met last season.
Coming into the season, the Houston Texans were viewed by some experts to be a Super Bowl contender. After five weeks of the season, the Texans are just hoping to even make the playoffs.
After a 2-0 start to the season, the Houston Texans have been left reeling the last two weekends. That begs the question, can they turn things around when they head to San Francisco this Sunday evening?
Some NFL losses are tougher to take than others. With that said, last Sunday’s 23-20 overtime loss at home to the Seattle Seahawks was painful on a number of fronts.
The Houston Texans will look to bring back to Earth the high-flying Seattle Seahawks when the two collide Sunday afternoon at Reliant Stadium.
After what amounted to essentially a dismantling this past Sunday at the hands of the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens (30-9) on the road, the Houston Texans look to rebound Sunday against the visiting Seattle Seahawks.