by Mario Granata
After seeing your quarterback (Jimmy Garoppolo) and running back (Jerick McKinnon) go out, Kyle Shanahan had to scramble to put a workable offense together for the remainder of the season. As a result, the 49ers are drafting 2nd in the 2019 NFL Draft. While the 49ers have some explosive players in place, playing in a division with the Seahawks and the Rams the latter making it to the Super Bowl, is a tough task to take. As Shanahan tries to get his program going and recapture some of the magic from the final weeks of the 2017 season, what are some of the obstacles facing San Francisco in 2019?
With Paul unable to make the drive this week, Mario takes sole possession of the wheel...literally. Find out if your questions were answered in this week's Rapid Fire Questions.
by Paul Wanecski
While the demise of the Arizona Cardinals after the departure of Head Coach Bruce Arians and Quarterback Carson Palmer was not much of a surprise, it was a bit shocking when Arizona fired Steve Wilks after just one season. Now, reloaded with Kliff Kingsbury as Head Coach, Arizona has been making enough moves to try and climb out of the basement of the NFL after a season nearly everyone wants to forget.
Being hurt in 2018, Josh Allen didn't get a "full" season under his belt which led to the Bills scrambling to see what could work for him. Some numbers that pop up are a little surprising.
Hashtag Sports takes a look at the three-headed monster known as LeSean McCoy, Chris Ivory, and Frank Gore, and while much as been made of the number of birthdays they have celebrated, how does that transfer to "football years"?
OBJ has a new address, but what would it cost other teams to sign the dynamic wide receiver?
With Morse "centering" the offensive line for the Buffalo Bills, what roles will Jon Feliciano and Ty Nsekhe play?
With the overwhelming number of suggestions for the bet that Paul and Mario made, the final numbers will ultimately decide who will have to suffer the worst punishment.