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The story from yesterday...

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...at least in some circles, will be that the 49ers either aren't as good as had been thought or just laid an egg yesterday.

 

If you hear or read that, don't bother getting too pissed off.  I understand the feeling, but it's kind of pointless.

 

The Patriots game now becomes the next "measuring stick", and I'll be anxious to see how we do there.  Of course, there are also the two games yet to come against the Saints.

 

Celebrate yesterday to the fullest, but there's plenty of season yet to go.

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Not that I am not worried about the Pats but I saw the 49ers as a far better team talent wise. The Pats have Brady but that's it and we ripped one of the best olines in football apart, just imagine what a imoble Brady will have to deal with.

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Yup, they keep moving the goalposts.

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At this point we are 6-3 and  guaranteed no better than 6-10 unless we keep winning.  In order to stay in the divisional hunt we need to keep winning.  NE is the next one up. We need to do what good teams do.  Win at home and steal a few on the road. So far we have gone 3-2 on the road and 3-1 at home.  If we can keep winning at home and steal another one  or two on the road we will be fine.  Can't be content yet. We are just coming into our own.

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This team is built to beat the Patriots just the same as the Giants did - with a ferocious pass rush.  I don't care what QB you have, if you've got pressure in your face, you won't play well.  Carolina is ready to lay Brady on his ass.  It will be a good game.  

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Yup, they keep moving the goalposts.

 

I'm used to it.

 

Media chatter doesn't really gall me that much.  I know it does some.

 

As long as we keep winning... :D

 

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I would consider the 49ers O-line the best in football. They don't really have a weakness at any position. Carolina just pooed all over that and pooed on Kaepernicks head in the process (pie to anyone who could photoshop or .gif Kaepernick getting shat on). I would tell Mr. Brady to have the best anal lube he can find available.

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I am so pumped to be going to this MNF game. We are going to layeth the smacketh down on Brady's rudy poo candy ass.

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Every major media outlet has a headline to the tune of the Panthers being a top team and you guys still whine about respect?

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This team is built to beat the Patriots just the same as the Giants did - with a ferocious pass rush.  I don't care what QB you have, if you've got pressure in your face, you won't play well.  Carolina is ready to lay Brady on his ass.  It will be a good game.  

 

bingo. that is the ONLY way you beat the Pats. relentless pressure up the middle, collapse the pocket or don't allow Tommy to get comfortable.

 

Gronk is the only guy I worry about and we kinda took care of Vernon Davis yest.

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It's pretty obvious they aren't high on their offensive coordinator or Kaepernick.  I was browsing some 49er forums before and after the game and there's even some fans wishing they had Alex Smith back.  49ers will make the playoffs because they have a top notch defense and solid running game.  Not every team can shut down their offense like Carolina, so that'll win them 10 games.

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i think we match up especially well with the Pats, don't think they can compete with our physicality. Our front 7 just SHUT DOWN the best rushing attack in the league and sacked one of the most mobile QB's behind the best OL in the league 6 times. 

 

See you soon Brady... prepare yourself. 

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