What if the 49ers Logo Was Made in the Likeness of President Elect Donald Trump?

Donald Trump

Like it or not, next month Donald Trump will be the new President of the United States, and one thing that can’t be denied is it’s going to be an interesting four years in our country.

There’s been plenty of fun poked at the President elect, and one site – Uproxx, has taken it upon themselves to design every NFL logo in the make of our President elect.

Check out what they think the logo of the 49ers will look like made in the likeness of Trump!


Niners No Match in the Snow for the Bears; Fall in Chicago 26-6


Jordan Howard ran for 117 yards and a career-high three touchdowns and the Bears handed San Francisco its 11th straight loss, beating the 49ers 26-6 on a snowy Sunday.

The 49ers (1-11) extended their franchise-record losing streak and set a club low with 6 yards net passing on a day when Colin Kaepernick got lifted for Blaine Gabbert.

The Bears (3-9) finished with a season high in points and picked up a rare win in a matchup between two of the NFL’s worst teams.

Matt Barkley, making his second start with Jay Cutler sidelined by a season-ending shoulder injury, went nearly the entire first half without a completion.

But he led a touchdown drive near the end of the second quarter and finished 11 of 18 for 192 yards.

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Podcasts: The 49ers Lose to the Bears – They are Bad, Very Very Bad


Kap is bad, but its not all his fault

49ers vs Bears NFL Week 13 Capsule



SERIES LEADER Series tied: 30-30-1  
STREAKS 3 of past 4  
COACHES VS. OPP. Chip Kelly: 1-0 John Fox: 4-1
LAST WEEK L 31-24 at Miami L 27-21 vs. Tennessee
LAST GAME 12/6/15: 49ers 26 at Bears 20 (OT). San Francisco QB Blaine Gabbert has game-tying 44-yard rushing TD with 1:42 remaining. 49ers WR Torrey Smith has GW 71-yard TD in OT.
REFEREE Pete Morelli
BROADCAST FOX (1:00 PM ET): Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Laura Okmin (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 137 (SF), 83 (Chi). XM: 383 (SF), 226 (Chi).


PASSING Colin Kaepernick: 115-208-1440-10-3-87.0 Matt Barkley: 34-69-397-3-4-57.5
RUSHING Carlos Hyde: 154-594-3.9-6 Jordan Howard (R): 149-766-5.1-2
RECEIVING Jeremy Kerley: 42-448-10.7-3 Cameron Meredith: 35-449-12.8-2
OFFENSE 324.6 350.2
DEFENSE 424.5 343.2
SACKS Ahmad Brooks: 4 Willie Young: 6.5
INTs Gerald Hodges: 2 Tracy Porter: 2
PUNTING Bradley Pinion: 44.9 Pat O’Donnell: 44.1
KICKING Phil Dawson: 70 (25/25 PAT; 15/16 FG) Connor Barth: 58 (19/20 PAT; 13/17 FG)


49ERS: QB COLIN KAEPERNICK passed for 296 yards & 3 TDs with 113 rush yards in Week 12. Has 506 pass yards & 5 TDs (4 pass, 1 rush) in past 2 on road. Since 2012, ranks 3rd among NFL QBs with 2,207 rush yards…RB SHAUN DRAUGHN had rush TD in last meeting. RB CARLOS HYDE had 95 scrimmage yards (65 rush, 30 rec.) & TD catch last week…WR JEREMY KERLEY had 7 receptions for 81 yards & TD in only career meeting (9/22/14 with NYJ). WR TORREY SMITH aims for 3rd in row vs. Chi. with TD catch. TE GARRETT CELEK had rec. TD last week…DT QUINTON DIAL had career-high 9 tackles in last meeting. Rookie DE RONALD BLAIR had sack last week. Rookie DE DE FOREST BUCKNER has 3 sacks in past 3 on road. LB GERALD HODGES has sack, FF & INT in past 4 on road. CB TRAMAINE BROCK is tied for 3rd in NFC with 12 PD. S JIMMIE WARD had 29-yard INT-TD in last meeting…BEARS: QB MATT BARKLEY passed for career-high 316 yards & 3 TDs last week…Rookie RB JORDAN HOWARD has 382 rush yards (95.5 per game) & 2 TDs in past 4 at home. Ranks 2nd among NFL rookies with 766 rush yards. Had 127 scrimmage yards (84 rush, 43 rec.) in Week 12. RB KA’DEEM CAREY had 1st career rush TD in last meeting…WR EDDIE ROYAL had 10 catches for 94 yards & TD in last meeting (12/20/14 with SD). WR DEONTE THOMPSON had 1st career TD catch last week. WR MARQUESS WILSON had career-high 8 receptions for 125 yards & TD in Week 12. Aims for 3rd game in row at home with 100+ rec. yards. TE DANIEL BROWN had 1st career TD catch in Week 12…NT EDDIE GOLDMAN had career-high 2 sacks in last meeting. LB SAM ACHO had sack in last meeting (12/28/14 with Az.). Rookie LB LEONARD FLOYD is 3rd among NFL rookies with 5 sacks. Has 4.5 sacks & FF in past 4 games. LB WILLIE YOUNG has 3.5 sacks in past 2 meetings. CB TRACY PORTER has 2 INTs & sack in 4 career meetings. Had FF last week.

Kaepernick’s Last Gasp Falls Just Short as Niners Fall to Dolphins 31-24

Colin Kaepernick

Colin Kaepernick drew boos at the start of the game. By the end, he had Dolphins fans holding their breath.

Ndamukong Suh tackled Kaepernick 2 yards short of the goal line as time ran out, and the Dolphins handed the 49ers a franchise-record 10th consecutive loss by winning 31-24 Sunday.

Ryan Tannehill threw for 285 yards and three scores to compensate for an uncharacteristically sluggish Miami ground game.

Kaepernick, who has drawn mixed reactions for kneeling during the national anthem all season, was jeered loudly in the early going for his political views. He threw for 296 yards, ran for 113 and rallied the 49ers after they trailed 31-14 midway through the fourth quarter.

With the margin down to seven, Kaepernick moved the 49ers from their 38 to the 6 in the final 1:44, converting a fourth-and-11 along the way. But he threw incomplete on first down, and then was tackled from behind by the 305-pound Suh while trying to elude linebacker Kiko Alonso on the final play.

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49ers at Dolphins NFL Week 12 Inactives

49ers: QB Christian Ponder, OT John Theus, DT Quinton Dial, OLB Aaron Lynch, RB Mike Davis, TE Je’Ron Hamm, S Marcus Cromartie

Dolphins: OG Laremy Tunsil, C Mike Pouncey, LT Branden Albert, CB Xavien Howard, TE Thomas Duarte, DT Leon Orr, DB Jordan Lucas

49ers Fall to 1-9 as Brady Buries Them in 30-17 Loss to the Patriots

New England Patriots v San Francisco 49ers

Tom Brady threw for 280 yards and four touchdowns and the New England Patriots beat San Francisco 30-17 on Sunday in Brady’s first road game against the 49ers team he rooted for as a boy.

Brady found Danny Amendola for a 5-yard touchdown to start the fourth quarter then later hit Malcolm Mitchell on a 56-yard score for his fourth TD pass.

Brady also threw short touchdown passes to Julian Edelman and James White on his first two possessions and completed 24 of 40 passes. The AFC East-leading Patriots (8-2) bounced back from last week’s loss to the Seahawks on a rainy day at Levi’s Stadium.

And when the game ended, a rainbow had emerged over the entire stadium — a fitting cap to Brady’s fine afternoon of football. No. 12 then threw a football into the stands behind one end zone.

Edelman caught a 4-yard TD pass for the first score of the game , breaking away from Keith Reaser to the corner and just keeping two feet inbounds. He finished with eight receptions for 77 yards and Mitchell four catches for 98 yards.

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49’ers 2015 First-Round Pick Arik Armstead Expected to Be Ready for 2017 After Shoulder Surgery

Arik Armstead

Arik Armstead is expected to be ready for the start of the team’s offseason program in the spring after he recovers from Tuesday’s surgery on his injured left shoulder, Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports.

The 49ers’ 2015 first-round draft pick was placed on injured reserve last week, ending a season in which he often was forced to the sideline with an ailing left shoulder that began bothering him in training camp.

The specific injury has yet to be revealed, but a source said that the shoulder continued to “sublux,” or partially separate, after he initially hurt it in a practice on Aug. 7. That explains the shoulder harness Armstead wore during the season and the wide range of snaps he would play from game to game.

The source did not want to be identified because he does not have authority to speak on the matter.

Defensive coordinator Jim O’Neil said that injury sidetracked what was shaping up to be a special season for Armstead.

“I think everybody saw the play-making ability he had in the run and pass game,” O’Neil said. “And then when the shoulder (injury occurred) and he lost strength in that, he wasn’t the same player. I do credit the kid for trying to fight through it. He tried to play to the best of his ability to help his teammates out. But he clearly wasn’t the guy that he was in spring and in training camp that, as a staff, we felt would be Pro-Bowl, All-Pro-type difference maker for our defense.”