Here’s the lineup:
Quarterback Colin Kaepernick: A skillfully aggressive merlot with an elegant, sweet beginning that explodes into a strong and dangerous finish.
Running back Frank Gore: A muscular cabernet sauvignon that bursts through the taste buds with precise moves and finesse.
Wide receiver Michael Crabtree: An old vine zinfandel that reaches out and grabs the palate with just the right mount of flair.
Left tackle Joe Staley: A strong, well-balanced malbec with a lot of backbone and a hint of whimsy.
Linebacker Patrick Willis: A smooth, skillful syrah with assurance to make a large impression.
Quarterback Alex Smith: A mature chardonnay with great potential but a short shelf life.
Tight end Vernon Davis: A brooding and explosive petite sirah that demonstrates poise and determination on the finish.
Coach Jim Harbaugh: An expressive and volatile pinot noir with calculating notes.
Defensive tackles Aldon and Justin Smith: This powerful and dynamic red blend duo erupts with fire and unpredictable nuances.
Wide Receiver Randy Moss: A subtle, well-aged tempranillo with a potential for a grand finish.
Kicker David Akers: An aggressive yet unpredictable sauvignon blanc with ‘big legs’ and a potential for longevity.