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What's different from the first meeting?


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the fact that most of you think 3 guys is going to save your ass is amusing, you don't think our dc or head coach will be game-planning for Crabtree and Vernon.

 

And what's even more funny is the Aldon talk, dude is a beast but he will be on Gross side if i'm correct, i'm more worried about brooks who owned bell but you guys still have yet to mention that, it's all fuggin what if's and this guy didn't play excuse......if those 3 guys are who your banking on just give it up now

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The only problem with that argument is that you have to give Kap time to hit his receivers.  Our D line rattled him all game and if you were to be honest, you would have to admit it wouldn't have made a difference because our D line owned your All pro O line. 

Was CAR able to get that pressure because they didn't feel a need to double or have safety help for the niners receiving core? This is what I mean by Crabtree's influence. We lost by one so a very small boost could have made a huge difference. Now if CAR gets 6 or more sacks again I put SF's chances at <20%. 

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Does Crab play on the Oline?                      Kaep was running for his life that entire game it seemed.  He had no time to even really look for Boldin,  or VD (before he was knocked out).

 

 

The 9ers can have Rice in his prime AND Megatron,  but none of that would matter  if their qb is on his back or running for his life a second after the snap.

Not having to worry about having safety help on certain receivers makes a big difference in scheme. Makes it easier to send blitzes and bracket specific targets.

CAR had a lot of pressure, but it was still a one point game. So adding jerry and Mega obviously would have helped lol. 

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Kap is an Egyptian loser.

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If Carolina can grab an early lead they will win.

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I'm more surprised a grown ass man went to another team's forums looking for their fans to concede that his favorite team is superior. You also worded your post to make it sound better for your team. You said "Davis only was able to play 22 snaps", making it sound like he had a bum knee or something, when in fact he got knocked the fug out. You also downplay the loss of Rogers. You're not evaluating poo, you're trying to convince yourself your team is going to win. WE DON'T GIVE A FUG WHAT YOU THINK

 

he is the same guy who is on facebook posting all his political diatribe trying to convince that whatever party he is apart of or whatever conspiracies he believes in, that anyone who doesnt follow or believe in is an idiot.  yea we all have at least one of those guys on our feeds.  

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The last meeting could have been close to a blow out if not for the Vernon fumble being officiated wrongly, the missed gano fg, and the punt that hit one of our players giving sf the ball right back near midfield.

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I think most real 49er fans know that it is very difficult to win on the road twice in the playoffs, especially when playing a team like Carolina. I personally believe it is a 50-50 matchup and if you asked most real niners fans (not in message board trash talking) they wouldn't be guaranteeing anything. 

I think it will be a very physical game and will likely turn on special teams and turnovers.  The reason Panther fans are hopeful despite the analysts picks is because Cam and the Panthers are much better at home compared to on the road.  We know that the 49ers have the better receivers we just don't think we have to put up big numbers to win.  Smith not being in the game is concerning.  We only hope someone else can step up.

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I think it will be a very physical game and will likely turn on special teams and turnovers.  The reason Panther fans are hopeful despite the analysts picks is because Cam and the Panthers are much better at home compared to on the road.  We know that the 49ers have the better receivers we just don't think we have to put up big numbers to win.  Smith not being in the game is concerning.  We only hope someone else can step up.

Smith will play.

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Was CAR able to get that pressure because they didn't feel a need to double or have safety help for the niners receiving core? This is what I mean by Crabtree's influence. We lost by one so a very small boost could have made a huge difference. Now if CAR gets 6 or more sacks again I put SF's chances at <20%. 

No. They get that pressure every game.

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No. They get that pressure every game.

6 sacks, 16 games. That would be 96 sacks. Panthers have a terrific line/pressure, but 6 sacks cannot be a regular occurrence. 

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The Panthers had the most sacks in the league. You could bring Jerry Rice back and they'll get their pressure.

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