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Been awhile since I seen an opposing fanbase giving us absolutely 0% chance of winning.


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#37 The Phoenix

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Posted 06 November 2013 - 01:41 AM

http://forums.49ers....IATE-the-49ers!

 

Might  need an account to see it. But for reference:

 

Cam is gonna show Kap what a real two way threat qb is.... Cam gonna score a rushing and throwing td on the same play... first ever 12 point play in nfl history.
 

 
I see the Panthers winning 38-6.
 

Cam will have 300 yds rushing and 300 yards passing with 7 touchdowns.  Greg Roman gets a scare from the Gary Kubiak incident and starts an all juice diet.  He's so hungry during game time that he's cranky as hell and throws a tantrum up in the booth, refusing to call a run play.  Kap is forced to pass the ball all day long.  To make matters worse, Manningham hasn't played in so long that he forgets how to get to Candlestick.  Unfortunately this is the same day that Anquan Boldin and Vernon Davis decide that it would be a good idea to carpool with him.  They end up in a bad neighborhood in Oakland and catches Aldon Smith buying weed.
 
So Kap has to rely on Kyle Williams as the #1 receiver.  Bruce Miller ends up being our #1 receiver with 50 catches for 50yds.  Kyle Williams sets the all time record for fair catches during a game.  He is later signed by the Giants as an outfielder.
 

The panthers plane gets delayed and cant make the trip and yet the 49ers get destroyed.
 

 



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Posted 06 November 2013 - 06:49 AM

Anquan Boldin will get his touches as will Vernon Davis.

 

The Panthers do have issues at RG now and not the strongest O Line in the league.

 

Yes, the defense will have some stops.

 

The wildcard in this game is Cam.

 

John Madden  'Big time players make big time plays in big games'.

 

I have no dobut that Cam's competitive nature will want to show how much better he is than Collin. 

 

Cam has to control the high throws, the throws with no touch against a defense that is going to collapse the pocket on him, he has to

get out of that pocket at the instant of pressure.  His instincts can't betray him.

 

If Cam is allowed to be Cam and plays free and easy, the Panthers win this game.

 

If the Cam who played this past Sunday shows up, against a team like the 49ers, it will be over.

 

That's my take.  Yes it is a team sport; but, it is also a game where a star inserts his will and wins or does not and loses.

 

Let's see if he takes his moment.  If he does, boy, the sky is the limit for this team.



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Posted 06 November 2013 - 07:34 AM

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.


News flash....your opinion and prediction means as much as a fart in the wind.

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Posted 06 November 2013 - 07:49 AM

Please listen to 610 "THE FAN" in Charlotte and tell me OUR fan base is cocky.  I drive to work in South Park every morning and home every night and that bunch of radio announcers in Charlotte are the worst.  5 weeks ago you all were calling for Rivera's head and now this morning I hear a parody of "Rolling Down the River" changed to "Rolling with Rivera".

 

Then, this week, they started talking about how just beating teams isn't good enough, they want BLOW OUTS NOW because apparently beating a bunch of losers makes them a really good team.

 

Let's hear more about Hardy who claimed he would have 50 sacks this year (and some of these lame announcers believed he could do it!) and Luke Kuechly who plays well, but still misses tackles all the time.

 

I've never heard such nonsense and cockiness than when listening to these chuckleheads for the last 2 weeks about all these nonsense stats the Panthers have put up over the last 4 weeks... playing against ALL bottom feeder teams.

 

Tell me more about how cocky the 49ers fans are... so I can laugh some more.

 

Pot calling the kettle black, folks.

Yeah because a local radio station with a morning show who tries to be controversial to gain viewership and 1 flamboyant player in Greg Hardy surely represent the Carolina panther fanbase.  Forget the message boards where you posted this thread as that would be a totally unfair comparison to what we are talking about.  Lets focus on the extreme and make that the norm instead of looking at the huddle you are using to post your comments.  Look at all the blow out threads here.

 

Oh wait..................

 

Amazing what some people substitute for logic and common sense.



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Posted 06 November 2013 - 08:14 AM

Please listen to 610 "THE FAN" in Charlotte and tell me OUR fan base is cocky.  I drive to work in South Park every morning and home every night and that bunch of radio announcers in Charlotte are the worst.  5 weeks ago you all were calling for Rivera's head and now this morning I hear a parody of "Rolling Down the River" changed to "Rolling with Rivera".

 

Then, this week, they started talking about how just beating teams isn't good enough, they want BLOW OUTS NOW because apparently beating a bunch of losers makes them a really good team.

 

Let's hear more about Hardy who claimed he would have 50 sacks this year (and some of these lame announcers believed he could do it!) and Luke Kuechly who plays well, but still misses tackles all the time.

 

I've never heard such nonsense and cockiness than when listening to these chuckleheads for the last 2 weeks about all these nonsense stats the Panthers have put up over the last 4 weeks... playing against ALL bottom feeder teams.

 

Tell me more about how cocky the 49ers fans are... so I can laugh some more.

 

Pot calling the kettle black, folks.

 

maybe the drive would be more your speed.

 

qcb was holding on to his 6-10 prediction on the air yesterday



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Posted 06 November 2013 - 08:32 AM

49ers= #32 in pass offense


And as far as their run game, its called Star Lotulelei

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Posted 06 November 2013 - 10:11 AM

49ers= #32 in pass offense


And as far as their run game, its called Star Lotulelei

The 49ers are dead last at passing the football, but the Carolina Panthers Defense is 10th against the pass and 2nd against the run. I don't think Frank Gore is going to have a big game (see other examples this year: Marshawn Lynch 43 yards, Adrian Peterson 62 yards, Steven Jackson 57 yards. We have faced better running backs than Gore and held all of them to a few yards and 2 rushing TD's. The 49ers rushing defense has given up 7 rushing TD's. So, if the 49ers are last in passing and if the Carolina Panthers continue their trend of relegating oppossing running backs to insignificant yardage, what are the 49ers going to do? The Carolina Panthers are averaging over 25 points a game (over 30 points a game in their last 4). If you think the Carolina Panthers have very little chance to beat the 49ers this Sunday you are a moron.



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Posted 06 November 2013 - 10:29 AM

The 49ers have more talent top to bottom.  The 49ers have the better OLine, and the 49ers will be bringing the heat on Cam Newton and your shaky makeshift line.

 

Keep trying to predict this game with all your silly stats.  Guess what, it doesn't matter.  The Niners don't play for stats.

 

The 49ers are last in passing because they don't throw the ball, but when they do, they're rated as one of the top teams.  Had the 49ers stuck with the run and not get lost in an identity crisis, they would have beaten the Colts.

 

The reinforcements they're receiving just in time for this game would be starters on most team.  Harbaugh is finally letting Kaepernick run with the ball after he was nursing an injured foot for the first few games, and the passing offense WILL open up.  

 

Nothing about Carolina tells me they should have the advantage in this game.  They're trying to do what San Fran has already done for the last 2 years, but San Fran is STILL better than them at it.

 

Probably gonna be a close game, I don't expect a blowout, but the 49ers should definitely be considered the favorites, and will most likely win.



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Posted 06 November 2013 - 10:32 AM

The 49ers are dead last at passing the football, but the Carolina Panthers Defense is 10th against the pass and 2nd against the run. I don't think Frank Gore is going to have a big game (see other examples this year: Marshawn Lynch 43 yards, Adrian Peterson 62 yards, Steven Jackson 57 yards. We have faced better running backs than Gore and held all of them to a few yards and 2 rushing TD's. The 49ers rushing defense has given up 7 rushing TD's. So, if the 49ers are last in passing and if the Carolina Panthers continue their trend of relegating oppossing running backs to insignificant yardage, what are the 49ers going to do? The Carolina Panthers are averaging over 25 points a game (over 30 points a game in their last 4). If you think the Carolina Panthers have very little chance to beat the 49ers this Sunday you are a moron.

 

I agree with you, I believe we will shutdown the run.

 

BUT, I think there is more too it than just Gore. Alot of it comes down to their O-line.

   Lets face it, they are studs. The assumption that a great o-line makes other positions on offense look better than they actually are is true. They make Gore better than he actually is, and the same goes for that dickhead Kaepernick.

 

Luckily for us we have a great front 7 to combat their great o-line. Its gunna be a battle of the trenches, and something has to give.

 

Panthers will prevail.



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Posted 06 November 2013 - 10:36 AM

The 49ers have more talent top to bottom.  The 49ers have the better OLine, and the 49ers will be bringing the heat on Cam Newton and your shaky makeshift line.

 

Keep trying to predict this game with all your silly stats.  Guess what, it doesn't matter.  The Niners don't play for stats.

 

The 49ers are last in passing because they don't throw the ball, but when they do, they're rated as one of the top teams.  Had the 49ers stuck with the run and not get lost in an identity crisis, they would have beaten the Colts.

 

The reinforcements they're receiving just in time for this game would be starters on most team.  Harbaugh is finally letting Kaepernick run with the ball after he was nursing an injured foot for the first few games, and the passing offense WILL open up.  

 

Nothing about Carolina tells me they should have the advantage in this game.  They're trying to do what San Fran has already done for the last 2 years, but San Fran is STILL better than them at it.

 

Probably gonna be a close game, I don't expect a blowout, but the 49ers should definitely be considered the favorites, and will most likely win.

There is absolutely NO excuse to be dead last in passing. Your are literally behind every shitty team and shitty QB. If we get up on you, you're fuged and you will come to terms with this come Sunday.



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Posted 06 November 2013 - 10:40 AM

Fug 49ers fans... they know damn well they aren't even a top 3 team

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Posted 06 November 2013 - 10:41 AM

There is absolutely NO excuse to be dead last in passing. Your are literally behind every shitty team and shitty QB. If we get up on you, you're fuged and you will come to terms with this come Sunday.

Yes, but the 49ers are last in attempts, and 7th in net yards per attempt. That tells me they hardly ever pass the ball, but when they do they are pretty effective at it.
 

Also:

In an epic show down of quarterbacks taken from 2011 draft, Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick excite.. That is until Cam goes down mid-way through the 3rd quarter due to a neck strain from too many towels across his neck.. It looks like all hope is lost for the Panthers. Steve Smith looks pissed!! Ron Rivera looks.. the same! Cam Newton looks... like he's hiding behind a towl!
















But wait... There's hope...



















A kid, straight off the street, who has been warming for the past 3 months.. just loosening his arm for just the right moment.
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As he walks down from the stands, Rivera has no idea what he's doing on the field, but since he has no idea how to run an offense, and this kid has a seriously determined look on his face, he decides, why not. Afterwords, "the kid" goes on to score 8 touch down and 15 extra points on his own to shock the Niners and sadden Cam Newton, who was all but forgotten after the game. The kid only wants it to be known, that Cam's mom's favorite player is no longer Cam....

Final Score: Panthers 140 - Niners 10




ahahahaha

 

We're in trouble here. Kuechly is going to show Bowman and Willis who the real best MLB is. Cam is going to have plenty of opportunities to show off the Superman from all the TOs Kuechly gives him. Jonathon Stewart and Deangelo Williams are going to look like it's 2008 all over again, scoring multiple TDs each.

This will be our nightmare gentlemen. 56 - 2, with the 2 coming from the Panthers just feeling bad and kneeling in the end zone for us.