Coach Jim Harbaugh has gotten most -- if not all -- of the credit for the 49ers' remarkable turnaround. Wednesday, he gave the credit for the 49ers' efficiency on offense to his coordinator Greg Roman.
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall provided an informative scouting report on the 49ers' offense Wednesday morning; he was uncharacteristically complimentary.
Aldon Smith picked up a sack in his fourth consecutive game, and the 49ers dropped Colt McCoy four times in total. But how did the rest of the defenders fare? Matt Maiocco breaks it down.
A good first half showing by the offense followed by a sloppy second half was still enough to get the 49ers by the Cleveland Browns in Week 8. Matt Maiocco goes player-by-player on offense from the 49ers' uneven 20-10 win.
The 49ers are establishing new records through the first seven games of the 2011 season. The Elias Sports Bureau has uncovered some interesting facts about this surprising San Francisco squad.
McDonald sustained a left hamstring strain in the second quarter of the 49ers' victory over the Cleveland Browns at Candlestick Park and did not return to action.
The 49ers ran 64 offensive plays on Sunday, using 33 different combinations of players at the five eligible positions. Matt Maiocco takes a look at each, including the 13 formations which included DT Isaac Sopoaga.
On the Browns' second offensive snap, Ahmad Brooks' helmet flew off in his pursuit of Colt McCoy. It didn't prevent him from sacking McCoy and forcing a fumble that the 49ers' offense converted into seven points.
Jim Harbaugh acknowledged that the 49ers were far from perfect in their 20-10 victory over the Browns on Sunday. However, a win is a win and the 49ers have six of them in seven tries.
Defensive end Ray McDonald sat out the final 2 12 quarters of the 49ers' 20-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday with a left hamstring strain. Was anybody else injured?
SAN FRANCISCO -- Running back Frank Gore has already gone over the 100-yard mark for the fourth consecutive game and is closing in on No.
It looks like Braylon Edwards will get the chance to face his former team, as he is back in uniform for the 49ers on Sunday at Candlestick Park after being out of action since Sept. 18 with torn cartilage in his right knee.
Ted Ginn is one of many standouts on the 49ers' special teams unit under new coach Brad Seely. Meanwhile, the Browns -- who excelled under Seely the previous two seasons -- are now struggling without him.
Receiver Braylon Edwards, who took part in limited practices all week, is listed as questionable for the 49ers' game Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.