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The Season
Death to the Extra Point!
Death to the Extra Point!
Your weekly one-page magazine
By Peter King
On Further Review
Unparalleled Fascination With Richard Sherman
The Tuesday Mailbag
The numbers don't lie: America is obsessed with the Seattle Seahawks loquacious cornerback. Opinions are passionate on both sides of the issue, but the one thing everyone can agree on: We can't wait to see what he does next
By Peter King
In This Corner
‘To Those Who Would Call Me a Thug or Worse …’
‘To Those Who Would Call Me a Thug or Worse …’
I show passion on the football field—but that’s only a small part of who I am. If you want to judge me, I can handle it.
By Richard Sherman
In This Corner
The 13th Man
The 13th Man
'Next man up' might be an overused sports cliché, but it's also the reason my Seahawks are going to beat the 49ers. Meet my defensive backfield partner Byron Maxwell, whose strong play has us on the brink of Super Bowl XLVIII
By Richard Sherman
Deep Dive
Random Acts of Quarterbacking
Random Acts of Quarterbacking
The 49ers have a freelancing playmaker with a rocket arm who’s taken them to two NFC title games—but Colin Kaepernick’s eagerness to improvise could ultimately be the Niners’ undoing
By Andy Benoit
Deep Dive
Sunday Slate: Analyzing Week 14 Matchups
Analyzing Week 14
It should be no surprise: defense will tell the story when the Seahawks and 49ers battle by the Bay. Plus, how the Cowboys should utilize Dez Bryant against the Bears and why the Eagles could have a big day against the Lions
By Andy Benoit
On Further Review
Here Comes San Francisco
The Tuesday Mailbag
Tearing through feeble Washington on Monday night, the 49ers looked very much like the defending NFC champs and a club that could be hitting its stride at just the right time. Plus, mailbag questions, including one that will sour some in Seattle
By Peter King
Deep Dive
49ers Preview: Don’t Crown Them Yet
49ers Preview: Don’t Crown Them Yet
They were the darlings of 2012, but—despite boasting talent and good coaching—more than a few warning signs point to a regression in San Francisco
By Andy Benoit