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  1. NFL Power Rankings: How they voted

    Mike Sando

    An NFC West team other than the one recently appearing in the Super Bowl ranks No. 1 in ESPN's first NFL Power Rankings of the 2013 offseason. Call us suckers for the excitement of free agency and the trade market, but the Seattle Seahawks' recent...

    Blog | March 19, 2013
  2. NFL Power Rankings: How they voted

    Mike Sando

    Twelve of the top 13 teams in ESPN's NFL Power Rankings have what those teams would consider clearly identified franchise quarterbacks. It might even be 20 of the top 21, depending on one's view. Then there are the San Francisco 49ers. They ha...

    Blog | November 20, 2012
  3. NFL Power Rankings: How they voted

    Mike Sando

    The San Francisco 49ers opened Alex Smith's rookie season dead last in ESPN's 2005 NFL Power Rankings. Seven years later, the 49ers have emerged from Week 1 with two first-place votes from our five panelists -- nearly enough to overtake New Englan...

    Blog | September 11, 2012
  4. NFL Power Rankings: How they voted

    Mike Sando

    Take a bow, Green Bay Packers. You sailed through ESPN's NFL Power Rankings as the top team from Week 1 through the regular season. There was lots of movement beneath you, however. Our Power Rankings voters -- John Clayton, Paul Kuharsky, James...

    Blog | January 03, 2012
  5. Whether 49ers could succeed in playoffs

    Mike Sando

    It's tough to say the 6-1 San Francisco 49ers aren't getting respect. They were second in ESPN's most recent NFL Power Rankings. Unlike more established teams, the 49ers still invite skepticism for getting to 6-1 with an offense that ranks 23rd...

    Blog | November 03, 2011
  6. NFL Power Rankings: How they voted

    Mike Sando

    Alex Smith and the San Francisco 49ers outrank Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in ESPN's NFL Power Rankings entering Week 9. Yeah, we saw that coming back in Week 1. The 49ers were 26th then. The Patriots were first. Not now. San Fran...

    Blog | November 01, 2011