The experts have spoken, and they say the 49ers are the No. 1 team in the NFL today. After another…
Behind Enemy Lines: 49ers/Lions, Part II
Nate Caminata, publisher, RoarReport.com: The 49ers appeared to handle Green Bay well in Lambeau Field last weekend; a 'statement' game if there ever was one. Do you believe that's indicative of how San Fran's outlook is in 2012? Was there anything during the game that you think future opponents might be able to expose? Craig Massei, publisher, NinersDigest.com: The 49ers upgraded their talent and strengthened some of their weakest areas during the offseason – and there's really not too many of those – so I expected the 49ers to be a strong team and legitimate contender again this year, even though that might not necessarily translate into a better record than last season. Their preseason was very unrevealing, so I was a bit uncertain what to expect against the Packers, besides a competitive game between two of the top teams in the league. But the way the Niners dismantled the Packers was a real eye-opener; San Francisco dominated in almost every phase and the game wasn't nearly as...
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