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Cary Kollins

what 49er fans are saying

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there are moron fans of every single team.

 

the more knowledgeable fans know that these two teams mirror each other and match up well... this is gonna be a dogfight.

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Hey fellas, 49er fan here, about the board over there, a lot of the posters may be some **** talkers, but I think that a lot of them are just being facetious, can't take it too seriously, some of them, of course, are acting stupidly. (But some Carolina posters are also acting silly...)

 

My honest take on the game is that Carolina is a really strong defensive team, but with your decimated OL and the other "advantages" that a team gets from being at home, bye week, activating talented players, will be too much and we'll get the win.

 

In the last couple of weeks, we are going to have activated: Aldon Smith, Mario Manningham, Tank Carradine, Quinton Dial and Eric Wright to plug in as needed; they are all going to be incredibly fresh.

 

I get what guys are saying about the bye week not being a huge advantage, but what I can tell you right now is that this bye week could NOT have come at a better time for us. Several guys had ticky tack injuries that are going to be able to heal up 100% with that extra time off, and guys that we have recently activated will get 2 full weeks of practice time and conditioning to get up to speed. In our situation, the bye week is a huge advantage. Whether the extra game planning really means anything is a question though.

 

I simply don't see how your O is going to move around on our D, we had 2 bad games very early in the season that are now skewing stats for us, we are among the top Ds in the league again at this point.

 

At the same time, SF's O is going to have a hard time against your front 7, but I believe that with a healthy and talented OL, Kap and Gore will be able to move it modestly enough on the ground to let Vernon, Q and Mario get going.

 

My prediction is 21-13 Niners.

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We handled the Seahwaks better than they did. Other than that their d line versus our now THIN oline has me worried.

 

To be honest I worry about our Oline every game. They are the JAGs of our team.

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Kaep looked scared against Seattle. Our D and STs need to come up with one score each IMO.

Sadly though I just think our o-line is too weak to do what we need to do to get the W. Hopefully they are taking us lightly like Seattle did with Tampa.

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I just find it funny how so many 9er "fans" have popped up around Charlotte in the last two years. They were awful quite before this turn around happened. Now they are some cocky ass punks showing their ass.

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Hey fellas, 49er fan here, about the board over there, a lot of the posters may be some **** talkers, but I think that a lot of them are just being facetious, can't take it too seriously, some of them, of course, are acting stupidly. (But some Carolina posters are also acting silly...)

 

My honest take on the game is that Carolina is a really strong defensive team, but with your decimated OL and the other "advantages" that a team gets from being at home, bye week, activating talented players, will be too much and we'll get the win.

 

In the last couple of weeks, we are going to have activated: Aldon Smith, Mario Manningham, Tank Carradine, Quinton Dial and Eric Wright to plug in as needed; they are all going to be incredibly fresh.

 

I get what guys are saying about the bye week not being a huge advantage, but what I can tell you right now is that this bye week could NOT have come at a better time for us. Several guys had ticky tack injuries that are going to be able to heal up 100% with that extra time off, and guys that we have recently activated will get 2 full weeks of practice time and conditioning to get up to speed. In our situation, the bye week is a huge advantage. Whether the extra game planning really means anything is a question though.

 

I simply don't see how your O is going to move around on our D, we had 2 bad games very early in the season that are now skewing stats for us, we are among the top Ds in the league again at this point.

 

At the same time, SF's O is going to have a hard time against your front 7, but I believe that with a healthy and talented OL, Kap and Gore will be able to move it modestly enough on the ground to let Vernon, Q and Mario get going.

 

My prediction is 21-13 Niners.

 

 

 

 

We have had a bad Oline all season. Its not anything new for our team and we deal with it. Your only advantage is not having to travel to the east coast. With that said both team are good and it will come down to turnovers.

 

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The game will probably come down to three or four key plays. If we make them we will win. If they make them they will prevail.

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Niner fans are some of the cockiest I know. My best friend is a Niner but he is admitting our defence is the truth and is scared of that. Don't think they're scared of our offence, so we'll have to be creative.

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Hey all.

 

Wasn't planning on posting till I read some things here that made me shake my head.

 

First off, I don't take the Panthers lightly. Not at all. These teams are very similar in the way they are built and the way they try to suffocate the opposing team. Personally I think it'll be a dogfight.

 

Having said that, something of a scouting report...

 

1) Someone made mention that the 49ers the 1st ranked run O and 32nd ranked pass O. If you just look at a stat sheet you look at that and determine that the niners pass O sucks. Not really. They have had issues with WRs getting separation so have leaned more heavily on the run game, but they are capable of passing the ball when they want to. While ranked 32nd in yards, they are also ranked 32nd in ATTEMPTS. They don't have alot of yards because they simply aren't TRYING to throw the ball. When they DO throw tho they are averaging 8 yards per attempt....top 10 in the NFL. IE, they run the ball ALOT and pass very efficiently. They have also been up by double digits ALOT during this 5 week win streak in which they've won by an average of 22 points. Again, they didn't NEED to throw. Essentially....no, they aren't the Brocos pass O, but don't make the mistake thinking that they can't hurt you through the air. Manningham is back this week which is HUGE and Crabtree will be back in a few weeks. Getting those 2 guys back should make a HUGE difference down the stretch. Boldin is still a very good but not great player and Vernon is on pace for over 1000 yards and 14 TDs.

 

 

2) Also mentioned was that the Colts ran all over them so the Panthers should have no trouble. Also deceiving. The 49ers have given up more rush yards this season than in the past primarily because they have refused to put an 8th man in the box no matter how well the other team is running the ball. This has allowed some teams to move the ball decently on the ground, but has improved their pass defense. The Niners also have had Justin Smith playing with a bad shoulder, Ray McDonald playing with a bad bicep, and Patrick Willis missed 2 games and has been playing on a bad Groin. All of this is why the bye came at a perfect time. In addition to all that, they finally activated their second round pick, DE Tank Carradine. That gives them a bit more depth. Navorro Bowman is playing like a monster right now though. Their points per game and yardage totals are also a bit deceiving. As I said before...they've had huge leads and gave up garbage yards and points late. For example they were up 24-0 vs the Titans and the game ended at 31-17. Against the Rams they gave up late yards and a score. They gave up late yards and a score to the freakin Jags. This isn't an excuse really as its actually something that annoys me. Sometimes they don't put those teams away and I worry that at some point someone is going to come all the way back while they are messing around. It almost happened in NE last year.

 

 

3) Patrick Willis not being a first ballot HOF or not being as good as Luke Kuechley: I'm having some trouble with this one. LOL. Pat has been in the league for 6 years. He's made 6 Pro Bowls. He's been All-Pro 6 times, 5 times first team. Come on now. If he retired today, he may not be on the first ballot, but that is CERTAINLY his career trajectory. NFL players have placed him as the 10th best player in the entire league in each of the past 2 years. You can quote all the stats you want, but in reality Pats stats have changed because he now plays a different role in SF than he did in the past. He drops into coverage much more than he used to. Navorro Bowman is a monster beside him and he's the one who eats up alot of the tackles. Those guys also run in tandem so they end up sharing tackle statistics. Luke is a VERY good player, so don't take this as a knock, but let let him play a few years before peeps start saying he's better than a 6 time all-pro.

 

 

4) I am NOT taking the Panthers lightly. Not at all. To be honest the Saints make me more nervous, but that has more to do with having to play the game in the Superdome than the quality of the opponent. These teams are mirror images. I think the Niners have a big edge on the O-Line and on the coaching staff (thats not an insult BTW, I just really like Harbaugh/Roman/Fangio), but other than that there isn't a huge amount of stuff that separates them.

 

 

5) I'm not a prediction guy so I won't predict a score. I am confident that the Niners will win based on the coaching staff, the extra week of rest, and all the guys coming back...but losing to the Panthers wouldn't shock me. Not at all. One thing to be sure of tho...while some of the uneducated fanbase might overlook the Panthers (there are some in every fanbase), the 49ers will not. They can't afford to. It may require winning out to catch Seattle in the division based on the opponents left for them to play. The 49ers can't afford to overlook ANYONE...especially a 5-3 team who is peaking.

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I been over on one of their boards talking poo. I tried to keep it legit but they immediately devolve into some punks when you try and talk football. fug that board.

They use way too many emoticons over there.

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