We’re two weeks away from Halloween, and while I still haven’t even figured out my costume, it also means the holiday season is fast approaching. Whatever you celebrate, it’s approaching the time when folks will be looking for any and all gift ideas. Naturally, that means some quality 49ers merchandise for you or the 49ers fan in your life. We have a Fanatics store with a bunch of 49ers merchandise and today I want to take a look at what y’all think would work best for holiday presents.
The San Francisco 49ers find themselves firmly in a rebuilding process, and team CEO Jed York seems to finally get the patience that is going to be necessary to get this done. He spoke to the local media on Thursday, and followed that up with an interview on KNBR last night. The first half of the interview was mostly about the NFL meetings and the player message amidst the protests. At the 11:30 mark of his interview, the hosts asked York about how it is affecting the 49ers bottom line.
We were talking to the Washington folks and they were mentioning the talent of your team. I know you mentioned on Monday if we kept going and the reason I didn’t want to go for two or if we kept going, I thought we were the better team. Where do you put your talent, in terms of, I know you watch a lot of tape of the rest of the league, where do you think you guys are in terms of that? “I don’t know. I have to spend a lot of time to evaluate the rest of the league. I do that really week-to-week.
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Selecting a term
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