This week, we have an all out NFC West battle. The 49ers head to Arizona to take on the Cardinals, while the Rams head north to the CLink to face off against Pete Carroll's Seahawks. In fact, the Seattle/St. Louis game is on Monday night (ugh).
It should be an interesting weekend for NFC West fans, so let's take a look at some of the news from around the division.
When the NFL fined Trent Cole for his hit on Russell Okung, the injury was not taken into consideration.
Zach Miller hasn't done much as a receiver for the Seahawks, but as a blocker, he has been superb.
Like Cardinals fans, Seahawks fans are still holding onto hope that making the playoffs remains a possibility.
Even if the Seahawks look like a mediocre team at best, some will argue that under Pete Carroll, they are on the path to success.
Would Heisman candidate Robert Griffin III (RG3) be a good fit with the 'Hawks?
The 49ers struggle mightily once their offense gets into the red zone.
It appears as if the 49ers are taking the Packers' approach by trying to keep all of their players together.
The 49ers' wide receivers are starting to step up, namely former first round pick, Michael Crabtree.
This is 49ers and Arizona State Sun Devils news all wrapped into one...
What's that? Did I just squeeze two completely non-related 49er/ASU hybrid articles into one Roundup? Yes I did folks, yes I did.
Comparing the two top 10 outside linebacker draft choices from the 2011 draft.
Sam Bradford is trying to return from an ankle injury. Some say he should just be put on the IR, but he may attempt to give it a go on Monday night.
With Bradford questionable to play on Monday night and A.J. Feeley out, the team may start Tom Brandstater against Seattle. They also signed Kellen Clemens off of waivers this week.
Chris Long has been an absolute beast at defensive end for the Rams this season.
Taking a look at the future of the secondary for the Rams.
Will the Rams have the second overall pick in the 2012 draft? Also, who are some of their draft possibilities?