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  1. ManningWatch: Bracing for the possibility

    Mike Sando

    Peyton Manning is expected to visit with the Arizona Cardinals after leaving the Denver Broncos. That visit could begin Saturday night if suspicions are correct and Manning boarded this flight from Denver, as friend of the NFC West blog Dustin Hol...

    Blog | March 10, 2012
  2. Final Word: NFC West

    Mike Sando

    Five nuggets of knowledge about Week 7: Setting the tone with Beanie Wells: The violent stiff-arm Arizona's running back delivered against Minnesota demonstrated, again, what kind of runner Wells can be. The Cardinals should expect a strong effort...

    Blog | October 21, 2011
  3. Around the NFC West: Bradford's statue

    Mike Sando

    John E. Hoover of the Tulsa World checks in with the Rams' Sam Bradford after the University of Oklahoma honored its former quarterback with a statue commemorating his status as a Heisman Trophy winner. Bradford: "I never thought I'd be standing he...

    Blog | May 16, 2011
  4. Tim Hightower's fumbling in perspective

    Mike Sando

    Tim Hightower's fumbling issues this season wouldn't matter so much if, say, most other running backs lost the ball just as frequently. The reality, however, is that Hightower has put the ball on the ground more times per carry than any NFL runnin...

    Blog | October 31, 2010
  5. Mailbag: 49ers' talent vastly overrated?

    Mike Sando

    Marc from Arizona writes: This is what we have heard all season, that the 49ers have a lot of talent, but they keep shooting themselves in the foot. I would like to know what they mean by this. What talent are they talking about and how is it recogni...

    Blog | October 16, 2010
  6. First impressions from 49ers' opener

    Mike Sando

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Thoughts and observations after watching the San Francisco 49ers' backups help them grab a 20-10 halftime lead against the Indianapolis Colts in the 2010 exhibition opener for both teams: Linebacker Diyral Briggs enjoyed a monster...

    Blog | August 15, 2010
  7. How NFC West stacks up with Colts

    Mike Sando

    MIAMI -- Let's stretch our imaginations and pretend, for the sake of discussion, that each NFC West team had advanced to face the Colts in the Super Bowl. If the Rams made it here, for example, the big story might be Peyton Manning vs. Keith Null....

    Blog | February 07, 2010
  8. Revisiting 49ers' offensive philosophy

    Mike Sando

    The 49ers have done nothing to dispel Steve Young's strong words about their offensive approach. "It's great, it's great," Young told KNBR last week, "but Frank Gore needs to be traded. You can't run the spread with Frank Gore being effective. He'...

    Blog | December 10, 2009
  9. Should the 49ers trade Frank Gore?

    Mike Sando

    Of course not. But the 49ers' last great quarterback, Steve Young, used the notion to illustrate another alleged absurdity -- the idea San Francisco should commit to a spread passing game as its primary offense because quarterback Alex Smith seems...

    Blog | December 02, 2009
  10. Silver linings: Rams vs. Colts

    Mike Sando

    Posted by's Mike Sando The facts: The Rams fell to 0-7 with a 42-6 loss to the Colts in Week 7. The upside: Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two. Steven Jackson topped 100 yards rushing for the third time thi...

    Blog | October 26, 2009
  11. Mailbag: Airing complaints on power rankings

    Mike Sando

    Posted by's Mike Sando Ben from parts unknown thinks my No. 24 ranking of the Redskins will "expose the fact" that I know very little about football. Mike Sando: I'm afraid that fact was exposed a long time ago when I thou...

    Blog | May 27, 2009
  12. Cardinals' Hightower perfect in short yardage

    Mike Sando

    Rank Player Team Carries on 3/1 & 4/1 1st Downs 1 Tim Hightower ARI 10 10 2t Michael Pittman DEN 9 7 2t Clinton Portis WAS 9 7 4t Joseph Addai IND 7 6 4t Matt Forte CHI 7 5 6t T.J. Duckett SEA 6 5 6t Larry Johnson KC 6 5 6t Sammy Morris NE 6 4 6t...

    Blog | October 14, 2008