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How many points against Buffalo will the Offense need to redeem themselves?

How many points?  

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  1. 1. How many points will the offense need to redeem themselves on Sunday?

    • 0-7
      3
    • 7-14
      1
    • 14-21
      14
    • 21-28
      45
    • 28+
      28
    • Doesn't matter, as long as they win.
      48
    • They did great Sunday, nothing to redeem.
      4


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I think we are confused fan base. Do we want points or wins? Against Seattle, we could have won by 2pts with total score of 14pts. Of course we lost (though we were not going to go 16-0 anyways and we lost to probably one of those we thought we would lose against) and that came with the usual meltdown.

 

Anything to win, even if its a safety in a game with a total score of 2pts for us.

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Growl    7,708

Even if we win, if we score less than 14 I will be worried going forward.

 

It's going to take more than this to instill confidence in Shula. 14 points doesn't beat good teams in this league.

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j2sgam    996

I dont want a blowout win... Leave us all high & mighty on a week2 victory only to slip & fall like last year... to the Giants... like last year...

 

Chief Keek had a great point, finish off drives....

 

Let it be close, 23-16... Get this 'Games decided by 7pts or less' monkey gone...

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MuMouey    159

It's going to take more than this to instill confidence in Shula. 14 points doesn't beat good teams in this league.

 

 

lmao wrong again. God this is too easy

 

49ers scored 13 points or fewer in 5 out of 16 games last year. But going to 2 straight NFC championship games and being 1 play away from the Lombardi trophy is no big deal right? 

 

But you idiots keep thinking that "total points" matter, when not factored into a game-by game basis

 

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lmao wrong again. God this is too easy

 

49ers scored 13 points or fewer in 5 out of 16 games last year. But going to 2 straight NFC championship games and being 1 play away from the Lombardi trophy is no big deal right? 

 

But you idiots keep thinking that "total points" matter, when not factored into a game-by game basis

 

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I'm with you on all your arguments but this example is a bad one when you consider that they lost in those games they scored low in.

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MuMouey    159

I'm with you on all your arguments but this example is a bad one when you consider that they lost in those games they scored low in.

Of course scoring 13 isnt ideal. Just letting this guy know that "good teams" do score under 14. In fact, SF did it in almost 1 out of every 3 games last year. U cant say "score X points and we win." Seattle would have lost many times scoring only 12, but with all the issues we had, it got the job done.

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MuMouey    159

PantherScore = BillsScore + 1;

Thats so weird everyone keeps saying this. Yet we were 9 yards away from "SeattleScore +2" this week and the babies are whining about firing coaches

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frash.exe    10,817

I'm with you on all your arguments but this example is a bad one when you consider that they lost in those games they scored low in.

How is that different from the rest of his poorly constructed PFFL inspired rhetoric

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R0CKnR0LLA    7,733

considering seattle marched right down the field after they got the ball I'm going to say they would have kicked a field goal and won anyway even if we score there

 

 

wait, what am I saying, I'm sure Rivera would have pulled out some 4th quarter magic and shut them down

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