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Cary Kollins

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Do you not see the irony in that post? :)

 

The Panthers have a better QB. That in of itself is worth a lot of weight and mitigates whatever perceived advantages you may have in other areas.

 

Yes, I made a grammatical error while at the same time labeling myself a "logical" fan. Nice catch.

 

I guess I should go ahead and concede victory to the Panthers now right? Especially since they clearly have the better QB.

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I seriously don't see us winning this game, so I don't see why everyone is talking so much trash.

I understand believing in your team no matter what, but it makes us look like an arrogant Steelers-esque fanbase.

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They did wax Green Bay, though. Just sayin.

 

Green Bay also talked all that noise all off season about foolishly overplaying the zone read.....which is silly.  That is why Kapernick had a wildly uncharacteristic day passing.   

 

Look at Tim Teb0w vs Pitt....you can't overplay it.

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I seriously don't see us winning this game, so I don't see why everyone is talking so much trash.

I understand believing in your team no matter what, but it makes us look like an arrogant Steelers-esque fanbase.

 

people only take issue w/ the general assumption 49ers will win 30-3.  The gap between these 2 teams isn't big if both show up

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Logical 49er fans know it will be a good game but we have no reason to believe we will lose to the Panthers. We simply we know we are the better team.

 

Other than the fact that statistically we have a better offense and defense than both Indy and Seattle?  Our defense has been comparable to SF and our offense has been better?

 

You can question our secondary all you want, but we are #1, I will say that again, #1 in the NFL in interceptions per defensive possession.

 

Our defense is also #1 in the NFL in turnovers per drive as we are also #5 in fumbles per drive.

 

You guys better be able to run the ball against us and take care of the ball or else you will be in more trouble than you think.

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BTW, San Francisco's defense is 27th in the NFL in TDs to FGs ratio, are 20th in red zone points, and are 28th in Red Zone TDs.

 

If we take care of the ball, we will score points.  If we throw picks, have some drops, or turn it over in general, it will be a lot like the Zona game.

 

#1 priority should be protect the football.  If we do that we will win.  If we don't, we won't. 

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BTW, San Francisco's defense is 27th in the NFL in TDs to FGs ratio, are 20th in red zone points, and are 28th in Red Zone TDs.

 

If we take care of the ball, we will score points.  If we throw picks, have some drops, or turn it over in general, it will be a lot like the Zona game.

 

#1 priority should be protect the football.  If we do that we will win.  If we don't, we won't. 

 

field position is gonna be critical in this game, so a hyped-up ginn returning kicks and punts could be huge for us.

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I'm thinking a very big day for Stewart in the screen game.

 

Vernon Davis worries me.....not sure what Rivera/McDermott have planned. I do think Kap will avoid the middle of the field if Keek is roaming.

 

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I'm thinking a very big day for Stewart in the screen game.

 

Vernon Davis worries me.....not sure what Rivera/McDermott have planned. I do think Kap will avoid the middle of the field if Keek is roaming.

 

we got to be careful w/ those screens....especially against this D.  Luke would sniff it out and pick it as much as we ran them against Atl.

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I'm thinking a very big day for Stewart in the screen game.

 

Vernon Davis worries me.....not sure what Rivera/McDermott have planned. I do think Kap will avoid the middle of the field if Keek is roaming.

 

We have our own Davis to take care of that  ;)

 

Luke has great closing speed too.  I think Luke can spy Kaep.

 

They are tough to defend, but if you put them in passing situations you can have success against them

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