When the 49ers defeated the Vikings 27-10 in the NFC divisional playoff game, George Kittle turned his "Run it again!" saying into not only a mantra, but apparel as well.
His performance that day wasn't one for the books, necessarily. He even made a joke with Minnesota's Kyle Rudolph that it wasn't a good day for tight ends. Nevertheless, Kittle proved he's as fun on the field as he is off of it.
The All-Pro's BreakingT collection showcases the saying along with other swag you can sport while supporting Kittle.
You can purchase the "Run it Again!" shirt and other pieces of Kittle's collection here.
The 49ers steamrolled their way to Miami.
Coach Kyle Shanahan's team demoralize the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC divisional round and then came out and slaughtered the Green Bay Packers on Sunday in the NFC Championship Game at Levi's Stadium.
But the back-to-back playoff beatdown hasn't impressed the oddsmakers as much as you'd think.
With Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs awaiting them in Super Bowl LIV, the 49ers have opened as slight underdogs in Miami.
The matchup of two bright offensive minds in Shanahan and Chiefs coach Andy Reid has many believe there will be a shootout in South Beach.
Can Nick Bosa, DeForest Buckner and Co. do enough to slow down Mahomes and the Chiefs' high-octane attack? Will the Chiefs be able to bottle up the 49ers' run game and make Jimmy Garoppolo beat them?
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The 49ers have been the most complete team all season, blowing through any team that has stood in their way.
But Mahomes is a whole different beast to stop. With two weeks to prepare, the 49ers will have to dial up something special if they plan to win their sixth Super Bowl in franchise history.
The NFL on Saturday fined 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa $28,075 for his blind-side block on Minnesota Vikings offensive tackle Brian O'Neill in the NFC divisional-round game.
Bosa was penalized 15 yards for unnecessary roughness on the play, which came on Richard Sherman’s interception return in the third quarter of the 49ers’ 27-10 victory over the Vikings.
Afterward, Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer said he believed the block on O’Neill was a “cheap shot.”
Coach Kyle Shanahan defended Bosa, saying that he did not have any intent to injury O’Neill.
“I think people say ‘cheap shot’ when somebody gets hit violently and to me ‘cheap shot’ means your intent is to try to hurt someone,” Shanahan said Monday. “And I don’t think he’s thinking about that at all.
"That’s a normal block in football for a long time. The guy wasn’t completely out of the play. It was a guy who could’ve made the tackle, and Bosa went and hit him. That’s a rule. You can’t do that right now. You can’t hit a guy in that position.”
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In the spring, the NFL adopted a rule making it illegal for a blocker to initiate forcible contact with his head, shoulder or forearm when his path is toward or parallel to his own end line.
Programming note: NBC Sports Bay Area feeds your hunger for 49ers playoff coverage at 2:30 p.m. Sunday for “49ers Pregame Live,” with Laura Britt, Jeff Garcia, Donte Whitner, Ian Williams and Grant Liffmann previewing the NFC Championship Game against the Packers. That same crew will have all the postgame reaction on “49ers Postgame Live,” starting at approximately 6:30 p.m.