San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles Recap
September 28, 2014
The San Francisco 49ers defense held the Philadephia Eagles scoreless in the second after a closely contested first half. The Eagles had a 21-13 lead going into halftime before not scoring anymore points in the second half. Frank Gore ran for more than 100 yards for the first time this season and also scored a 55 yard receiving touchdown from Colin Kaepernick. The Eagles usually trusty running game did not perform to expected expectations. Lesean McCoy ran for only 17 yards and Darren Sproles only ran for 4 yards. It was really the Eagles defense and special teams that had given them a first half lead. Sproles scored on an 84 yard punt return, Malcolm Jenkins caught and returned a 53 yard interception, and then the Eagles blocked a punt and Brad Smith recovered it to score. While Gore had a good running game the real star of the show was Phil Dawson who hit 4 field goals and made both of his extra points.
Red Zone Rally: San Francisco 49ers Recap
September 28, 2014
The Red Zone Rally at the San Francisco 49er's game on September 28th, was a great pre-game party. There was 18,000 square feet of space and ticket holders got all the food and drinks the could want for three hours before kick off.
There is also Wifi connectivity as well as live entertainment. There are even appearances from the Cheerleaders and other alumni.
The VIP area has a huge fireplace that stretches from the floor to the ceiling. It also has a full service bar with 37 monitors so you can watch all the NFL games.
There are some rides and other attractions to enjoy before kick-off as well. All in all, the Red Zone Rally is a great place to get ready for some football!
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Arizona Cardinals vs. San Francisco 49ers Recap
September 21, 2014
The San Francisco 49ers headed down to meet the Arizona Cardinals at the University of Phoenix Stadium, in Glendale Arizona on September 21, 2014. It appears as if the Cardinals truly did have the hometown advantage – despite the 49ers nearly dominating the first half, with a halftime score of 14-6. Colin Kaepernick (quarterback of San Francisco) led the store in passing yards (245), however it just was not enough to stop Arizona. Drew Stanton (quarterback of Arizona) truly stepped up to the challenge in the second half, in order to bring his team back into the lead. It should be noted that the Cardinal’s cornerback Antonio Cromartie was out for the first half, due to an injury.