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The 49ers “Quest for Six” continues in 2014 and with most of the players and coaches returning, they should be right back in the thick of it with a season fans expect to go well into the post-season. Don’t miss any of the excitement!
The five-time Super Bowl Champion San Francisco 49ers finished 12-4 in the 2013 regular season, earning a wildcard spot in the playoffs. Though the Niners managed to defeat the Packers and the Panthers on the road, the season ultimately ended in disappointment after an NFC Championship loss against divisional rivals -- and eventual Super Bowl champions –- the Seattle Seahawks.
Making the Grade: The Draft
With general manager Trent Baalke at the helm, the 49ers had an astounding draft that earned them high marks from experts and analysts. Baalke worked his magic to get players that will make an immediate impact as well as investing in talent for the future.
Recognizing that their strength is defense, the 49ers used seven out of their 12 picks to add depth on the defensive side of the ball. Strong safety Jimmie Ward, inside linebacker Chris Borland, and cornerback Dontae Johnson were the first three defensive picks made by the 49ers. All three are potential starters.
The Coaching Staff and Players Are Hungry
Since arriving in San Francisco in 2011, Coach Harbaugh turned the 49ers around. In his three years as head coach, the 49ers have found enormous success with three NFC Championship appearances and a trip to the Super Bowl. Unfortunately, despite an amazing turnaround, they've also been denied a sixth Super Bowl win.
Needless to say, the Niners can taste the Lombardi Trophy. QB Colin Kaepernick (who signed a six-year extension worth more than $110 million) has what coaches believe is an intimidating arsenal of receivers and it goes without saying that the 49ers defense is one of the best (if not THE best) in the league. Heart and soul of the team running back Frank Gore may not have many more years left in him, and his fellow players (and the fans) want to see him retire with a ring on his finger.
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2013 marked the end of an era, as it was the final season the 49ers called Candlestick Park home. Their new home, Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, is being called “the next generation of stadium design.” The $1.2 billion venue will seat 68,500 people who will get the ultimate fan experience through innovation and technology.
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