May 28, 2014; Santa Clara, CA, USA; San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) passes the football during organized team activities at the SAP Performance Facility. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

San Francisco 49ers 2014 Season Preview

Mark Weber of The Onside Kick and MVP Sports gives you his thoughts and opinions about the San Francisco 49ers coming into the 2014 NFL season.

The San Francisco 49ers are coming off of a 12-4 season in 2013 which saw them miss the Super Bowl by just one game.

Although they could be without some key pieces from last season, the Niners were able to lock up their star quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Mark discusses Kaepernicks new extension with the 49ers for $110 million dollars and locks him up through 2020. He weighs in on if this contract extension is a good thing or a bad things for the Niners.

Mark also talks about the key losses on defense for the San Francisco 49ers entering the 2014 season.

He also gives Niners Nation a key player for them to watch on the offensive side of the ball in 2014.

Mark finishes up the video by talking about the San Francisco 49ers’ schedule in 2014. He looks at some winnable games and also gives his prediction for the Rams overall in 2014.

Tell us what you think about the San Francisco 49ers coming into the 2014 season down below.

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  • Travis Crouch

    They was able to play well without Willis last year and smith I don’t see bowman out being a big deal there backups played well the thing to put them over the hump is if Kaepernick can look to the second wr or even the third

  • Kemp Jacob

    Did you say Ward is going to move over to the Free Safety Position next year and supplant Eric Reid? No Ward will still at nickle corner for the forseeable future.

  • Kemp Jacob

    WHAT at best 11 wins and at worst 8 wins and then you said the Seahawks have this division wrapped up. You also believe the Eagles and Bears will prove to be challenging and that Dallas isn’t a give me. The 49ers have gotten better in this draft adding some serious Depth and key pieces while the Seahawks have lost some key serious key pieces. Furthermore, last Seattle took the division Title by 1 game splitting the regular season series 1-1. The 49ers also had the better divisional record at 5-1 while the Hawks were 4-2. Lastly Teams like Dalls, Denver, Chicago, and New Orleans will struggle immensely against Seattle and San Francisco I fully expect none of those games to be that close. The games to watch out for will the 2 against Arizona and the 2 against Seattle the 49ers will 14-2 at best and at worst 12-4 like last year in no scenario do they or the Seahawks lose more than 4 games none.