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Frank Gore is a Sore Loser

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"They got away with one," running back Frank Gore said, via The Associated Press. "We showed we were the better team. It was just a couple plays here, a couple plays there."

You showed you were the better team? When? For like 4 minutes after the power came back on? This is just an assinine thing for him to say. Baltimore shut the niners down the entire first half and held on to win with a goal line stand. Not sure what game Gore was watching, but the niners got beat thouroughly.

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It's hard for me to judge these guys on a comment made after a game. They were just in a 4 hour contest where you have to leave your human emotions and pain tolerance at the door. That's the same reason I think the Cam criticism is BS.

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I agree with him.. When the fumble happend the score could have either been 10-7 or 6-7, and instead ended up being 14-3. The interception didnt help and the kick return just made it ridiculous.

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I agree with him.. When the fumble happend the score could have either been 10-7 or 6-7, and instead ended up being 14-3. The interception didnt help and the kick return just made it ridiculous.

There's a whole lot of football in those excuses

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Gore needs to go sit down and pull his socks up!

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My Dad's favorite saying comes to mind:

If "IF" were a fifth we would all be drunk.

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Who the hell wants a guy who is Ok about losing a championship game?! Be mad be angry...I hope every Panther feels that way at least 9 weeks a season. Be mad!

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It was not a perfectly called game... but SF didn't play very good until well into the 3rd quarter... I thought it was a pretty typical NFL game. Not really any excuses for them to have.

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ravens may have dominated for 3 quarters or whatever(bit generous to give them a full 3quarters) but they were one lucky blown pass interference/holding call in the end zone from losing that game. the ravens didn't play a full game and almost lost it. they were close to losing it the same way the falcons did a game earlier and we did over and over. they got too comfortable with a lead, took the foot off the gas on offense and hoped their defense would protect the score.

people make it sound like the 49ers got blown away, but that just wasn't the case and Gore's got a right to be pissed...they just barely missed bringing home a lombardi.

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