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Game Plan
It’s Now Sunny in New York, But It’s Always Tough in Philadelphia
It’s Now Sunny in New York, But It’s Always Tough in Philadelphia
Tom Coughlin’s offseason gamble paid off and the new-look Giants have hit their offensive stride. But the chemistry between Eli Manning and new coordinator Ben McAdoo will be tested in the unfriendly confines of Lincoln Financial Field
By Peter King
Tuesday Mailbag
Answering Your Week 5 Questions From Twitter
On Jim Schwartz being carried off the field, the leading candidates for coach of the year, Jim Harbaugh’s future in San Francisco, possible NFL expansion in Los Angeles and London, and what’s going on with the Jets and Cowboys
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
Old Men and the (Previously) Unbeatens
Old Men and the (Previously) Unbeatens
It was vintage Tom Brady and Peyton Manning on Sunday, as each hit historic career milestones in victories over the league's last unbeatens. Plus, the Niners turn to their own aging star, the block that has Bruce Arians furious, the Fine Fifteen in flux, weekly awards and more
By Peter King
Open Field
It’s Step 1—Again—for the NFL on Domestic Violence
It’s Step 1—Again—for the NFL on Domestic Violence
An expert who helped Roger Goodell craft the league’s new policy says Ray Rice was a big step back, Ray McDonald should not be playing, and the NFL’s leaders need to speak out, loudly, strongly and immediately
Deep Dive
49ers Preview: S.F. eyes 4th NFC title game in row
49ers Preview: S.F. eyes 4th NFC title game in row
Can a potentially more potent offense offset what might be a decline on defense? San Francisco will find out as Colin Kaepernick and company aim to keep pace with their Super Bowl champion, NFC West neighbors to the north
By Andy Benoit
Training Camp 2014
Five Things I Think I Think: San Francisco 49ers
Five Things I Think I Think: San Francisco 49ers
Peter King’s impressions after his MMQB Tour visit to Santa Clara
By Peter King
Training Camp 2014
49ers Report: Likely Aldon Absence Puts S.F. in Bind
49ers Report: Likely Aldon Absence Puts S.F. in Bind
Aldon Smith's looming suspension hangs heavy over a team looking to finally hoist the Lombardi Trophy after three straight near-misses. Can the defense—also without injured Navorro Bowman—keep up its torrid pace of seasons past?
By Robert Klemko
Going Long
The Intimidating Presence of 49ers GM Trent Baalke
The Intimidating Presence of 49ers GM Trent Baalke
San Francisco’s football boss has traded his stopwatch for a tailored suit, but the longtime scout remains a road warrior and a film study aficionado who refuses to waste time or tip his hand on what’s next. But the man always has big plans
By Greg A. Bedard
Business of Football
The Tale of Two QB Contract Negotiations
The Tale of Two QB Contract Negotiations
After spending the offseason angling for a big-money contract extension, Colin Kaepernick got his deal. Is ex-teammate Alex Smith next? Some unique challenges stand in the way
By Andrew Brandt
Weekend Notes
These Guys Don’t Wear Flowers in Their Hair
These Guys Don’t Wear Flowers in Their Hair
San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh and GM Trent Baalke are supremely competitive, confident individuals who often bypass pleasantries and sometimes disagree on important football matters. But a power struggle? Both deny it
By Greg A. Bedard