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Best Answer cardiackat88., 04 November 2013 - 06:57 PM

The 49ers beat a whole cast of nobodys and got whooped badly by the Seahawks.

I bet they take us lightly. Go to the full post


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#421 CTHawk

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:36 PM

Lol - shouldn't you be licking your wounds from that 0-8 team that took you to OT in the vaunted Clink? You guys are rregressing and you're not gonna get lucky in 4 games with the second half of the schedule. Can't wait for you Frappachino drinking douchebags to come to the stick. We're getting healthy at the right time.

 

No wounds to lick my friend, as last I checked, that game was a W. "Vaunted Clink"? You think so only because the media hypes it up to be. Where was all that hype when we were dropping games at the Clink back in 2008-2011? Every team plays better at home. You only started noticing because the Seahawks started winning.

 

Football is a game of inches and frequently, luck. A couple of bounces here and there mean the difference between winning a losing. You should know all about that (*cough* Giants). "Regressing" is seen only from a fan's point of view. Look beyond final scores, and there's a reason for everything.

 

So Tampa had one good quarter and scored 21 points. Last I checked, one quarter doesn't define an entire game. Towards the end of the 1st half, it was called "back to reality", and 27-3 run to close the game.

 

See, the difference is, when the Seahawks play like $hit, they mount come-from-behind victories (or close - @Indy). When the 49ers play like $hit, they get blown the F**! out, and often at home (Giants in 2012, Indy in 2013).

 

Lastly, our game is 5 weeks away. A lot can change in 5 weeks. Look at your own team. 5 weeks ago, you were 1-2, coming off back-to-back blowout losses and half of you whiners on 49erswebzone were about to jump off the Golden Gate bridge. Now you win 5 in a row and all of a sudden you're world beaters again. Funny how that works.



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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:36 PM

...and if not for the offense turning the ball over close to the goalline late in the game, they would have scored something close to that vs SF.

 

Oh, we get to play ifs now?

 

Well, if we didn't have 4 crucial drops and a fumble we would have beat Seattle by 2 TDs.



#423 Marvin49

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:36 PM

BTW, it is now a fact that the Panthers all black uniforms are the greatest NFL uniforms of all time after crushing the Niners' stupid looking get up in the final round on NFL.com.

 

I expect the final score on Sunday to be similar to the final vote tally here

 

 

 

http://www.nfl.com/greatestuni

 

 

;)

 

Rigged.

 

:)

 

I don't really care. I know which uniform I like better and thats all I really care about.



#424 CTHawk

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:38 PM

?

 

Uh...that was kinda my entire point.

 

The offense didn't play well and Seattle deserves credit for that. My point is that it wasn't like the D got dominated.

 

Never said it did. But your O did. Ergo, thumping. Ergo, 29-3.



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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:39 PM

Oh, we get to play ifs now?

 

Well, if we didn't have 4 crucial drops and a fumble we would have beat Seattle by 2 TDs.

 

Sigh.

 

Jeez. ALL I'M TRYING TO SAY IS THAT THE SEATTLE O DID NOT DOMINATE THE SF D. Thats it. Thats all.

 

The score was not indicative of the way the defense played. The same can be said of the following week against the Colts.

 

The O struggled badly in both of those games and is a much larger factor in the final score than the D.



#426 Marvin49

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:41 PM

Never said it did. But your O did. Ergo, thumping. Ergo, 29-3.

 

If THAT's your point, then I agree with you.

 

Niners WRs simply couldn't get open to save their lives. Seattle was able to devote extra men to the run and man-up all of the Niner receivers. This is why return of Manningham and Crabtree looms so large.



#427 That49Guy

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:43 PM

No wounds to lick my friend, as last I checked, that game was a W. "Vaunted Clink"? You think so only because the media hypes it up to be. Where was all that hype when we were dropping games at the Clink back in 2008-2011? Every team plays better at home. You only started noticing because the Seahawks started winning.

 

Football is a game of inches and frequently, luck. A couple of bounces here and there mean the difference between winning a losing. You should know all about that (*cough* Giants). "Regressing" is seen only from a fan's point of view. Look beyond final scores, and there's a reason for everything.

 

So Tampa had one good quarter and scored 21 points. Last I checked, one quarter doesn't define an entire game. Towards the end of the 1st half, it was called "back to reality", and 27-3 run to close the game.

 

See, the difference is, when the Seahawks play like $hit, they mount come-from-behind victories (or close - @Indy). When the 49ers play like $hit, they get blown the F**! out, and often at home (Giants in 2012, Indy in 2013).

 

Lastly, our game is 5 weeks away. A lot can change in 5 weeks. Look at your own team. 5 weeks ago, you were 1-2, coming off back-to-back blowout losses and half of you whiners on 49erswebzone were about to jump off the Golden Gate bridge. Now you win 5 in a row and all of a sudden you're world beaters again. Funny how that works.

 

Cough, cough Steelers?

 

Cough, cough Falcons?

 

Cough, cough Bears?

 

Cough Cough every Seattle season?

 

You guys are paper champs. You've never won sh*t. Keep talkin. As I recall, you guys went home early last year. And you guys still have to play at our place. The way your line is playing, you'll be lucky if Tavaris f*****g Jackson isn't your QB by the time you have to come to the stick.



#428 CPcavedweller

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:49 PM

Thanks man. I've given the Panthers the respect they deserve, I'm just surprised so many are doing everything they can to not respect the 49ers. I'd expect a couple trolls here and there, but even Moderators or guys who say they watched every game we played are still not giving us credit. We were one play away from being Superbowl champs and have teh 2nd best record in the conference, and you guys are coming to our place.

I'm just surprised the Panthers fans aren't worried about this game like the rational 49ers fans are.


If you go to 49er webzone then you know there are no rational fans and way too many emoticons. I think we are worried about this game but anytime the record of our opponents is brought up it undermines your argument. You have to include point totals as well. 31-15, 38-0( woulda been 41 had Rivera felt like it) 31-13( garbage TD with 1 min) 34-10( no points in second half). We have not just won those games but dominated them. If we were a mediocre team those games would be closer.

If Dwill doesn't fumble on the 8 against the Hawks, assuming we score, we may have won that game. Last play miscommunication( and in my opinion crap DPI on Kuechly) lost the game at buffalo. We are literally 4 minutes and 2 seconds of game time from being 7-1.

But that's why you play the game. PS, Kaep, while I respect him, is one of the most awkward football players I've ever seen.

Great game, I have no prediction. We have a collective 13 points against the other top west teams, I hope to see a better output.

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:52 PM

Sigh.

 

Jeez. ALL I'M TRYING TO SAY IS THAT THE SEATTLE O DID NOT DOMINATE THE SF D. Thats it. Thats all.

 

The score was not indicative of the way the defense played. The same can be said of the following week against the Colts.

 

The O struggled badly in both of those games and is a much larger factor in the final score than the D.

 

 

Seattle had two 80 yards TD drives. 

 

You guys had only one good drive the whole game



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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:53 PM

If you go to 49er webzone then you know there are no rational fans and way too many emoticons. I think we are worried about this game but anytime the record of our opponents is brought up it undermines your argument. You have to include point totals as well. 31-15, 38-0( woulda been 41 had Rivera felt like it) 31-13( garbage TD with 1 min) 34-10( no points in second half). We have not just won those games but dominated them. If we were a mediocre team those games would be closer.

If Dwill doesn't fumble on the 8 against the Hawks, assuming we score, we may have won that game. Last play miscommunication( and in my opinion crap DPI on Kuechly) lost the game at buffalo. We are literally 4 minutes and 2 seconds of game time from being 7-1.

But that's why you play the game. PS, Kaep, while I respect him, is one of the most awkward football players I've ever seen.

Great game, I have no prediction. We have a collective 13 points against the other top west teams, I hope to see a better output.

 

I really works both ways.

 

Niners in same boat. They've beaten their last 5 opponents by an average of 22 points and scored over 30 in 5 straight games for the first time since Young was the QB. They aren't just beating bad teams...they are beating them into oblivion...particularly before they go into their late game prevent D.

 

Basically...I hear you. That's why you will hear nothing about the quality of the opponent from me.

 

Awkward? uh...OK. If you say so. He reminds me of Randall Cunningham more than any other player I've seen. Cam is bigger than both Kap and Randall. I think Kap has more straight line speed than Cam does and a bigger arm, but Cam has much more size and is quicker on his feat. Cam is more able to elude a defender laterally than Kap is.



#431 Marvin49

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 02:54 PM

Seattle had two 80 yards TD drives. 

 

You guys had only one good drive the whole game

 

OMG. You are right. The hawks dominated the game on O from start to finish. How could I have ever been so foolish.

 

I apologize to all you Panthers fans out there...was responding to a Panthers fan about the Seattle game before this 'hawk fan came in to hijack.

 

No more 'hawk talk from me. This is your forum and I respect that.

 

On to the game this sunday.



#432 CTHawk

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 03:03 PM

Cough, cough Steelers?

 

Cough, cough Falcons?

 

Cough, cough Bears?

 

Cough Cough every Seattle season?

 

You guys are paper champs. You've never won sh*t. Keep talkin. As I recall, you guys went home early last year. And you guys still have to play at our place. The way your line is playing, you'll be lucky if Tavaris f*****g Jackson isn't your QB by the time you have to come to the stick.

 

Steelers? Wow, it took me a few seconds to get that. I know you're a 49er fan, and as such, you tend to harp on the past.

 

Win a superbowl this millennium, and then get back to me. Until then, you lost one superbowl, and we lost one superbowl.

 

Btw, I'd take Tavaris Jackson over Kaeperclit any day.



#433 That49Guy

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 03:03 PM

If you go to 49er webzone then you know there are no rational fans and way too many emoticons. I think we are worried about this game but anytime the record of our opponents is brought up it undermines your argument. You have to include point totals as well. 31-15, 38-0( woulda been 41 had Rivera felt like it) 31-13( garbage TD with 1 min) 34-10( no points in second half). We have not just won those games but dominated them. If we were a mediocre team those games would be closer.

If Dwill doesn't fumble on the 8 against the Hawks, assuming we score, we may have won that game. Last play miscommunication( and in my opinion crap DPI on Kuechly) lost the game at buffalo. We are literally 4 minutes and 2 seconds of game time from being 7-1.

But that's why you play the game. PS, Kaep, while I respect him, is one of the most awkward football players I've ever seen.

Great game, I have no prediction. We have a collective 13 points against the other top west teams, I hope to see a better output.

 

Hey, blowing out bad teams is a sign of a very good team. Winning close games against **** teams is the sign of a fraud, so I agree with you. 

 

And yes, Kaepernick is awkward as hell. He looks like he's 12 feet tall when he runs. Like his legs and arms are so long that he can be tackled by anyone. But the dude can play. He's got to improve, but he's a player.



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Posted 07 November 2013 - 03:06 PM

Thanks man. I've given the Panthers the respect they deserve, I'm just surprised so many are doing everything they can to not respect the 49ers. I'd expect a couple trolls here and there, but even Moderators or guys who say they watched every game we played are still not giving us credit. We were one play away from being Superbowl champs and have teh 2nd best record in the conference, and you guys are coming to our place.

 

I'm just surprised the Panthers fans aren't worried about this game like the rational 49ers fans are.

 

The Niners are a good team.  Everyone (well most people) here knows it. 

 

But us Panthers fans are fighting for the same type of respect for our team that you guys have already earned the last two seasons.

 

When I watch these two teams, I don't see a big difference.  I think we are every bit as good as you guys.  Your offense is as capable of laying an egg as ours is.  Both defenses are top shelf

 

This game Sunday could go anyway.  We could get blown out, we could blow you guys out, or it could be a close game.  It is going to come down to who takes care of the ball.

 

My gut (and analysis) feels like this will be a low possession, low scoring game.  And mistakes are going to be magnified.

 

I think these are two really good teams, and in order for you guys to beat us, or in order for us to beat you, our teams are going to have to play clean games.  Penalties, drops, and turnovers for either team will be the difference between winning or getting crushed.

 

We aren't taking you guys lightly or think you guys aren't good, you are, but we do feel that you guys aren't better than us and if we play our game and take care of the ball we will win.  And I am sure you guys feel the same way.



#435 Marvin49

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Posted 07 November 2013 - 03:06 PM

Hey, blowing out bad teams is a sign of a very good team. Winning close games against **** teams is the sign of a fraud, so I agree with you. 

 

And yes, Kaepernick is awkward as hell. He looks like he's 12 feet tall when he runs. Like his legs and arms are so long that he can be tackled by anyone. But the dude can play. He's got to improve, but he's a player.

 

Agreed on first part....

 

...but I guess i just don't see him as awkward. No worries.





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