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Historynerd67

Member Since 08 Jan 2014
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#2623213 Seahawks vs 49ers NFC Championship Gameday Thread

Posted by Historynerd67 on 19 January 2014 - 09:13 PM

I dont give a poo what he has.  He is a classless douche.  I have never seen a nfl coach act like a grown baby till now.  Screw Harbaugh.  

This momentum swing should send Harbaugh out onto the field during the play anytime now shouldn't it?




#2623027 Seahawks vs 49ers NFC Championship Gameday Thread

Posted by Historynerd67 on 19 January 2014 - 08:43 PM

Niners not laying down.

 

Running bootlegs I had hoped to see from our offense

Many, many games I find myself asking, "Why don't we do that? Why don't we do that? Why don't we do that?"




#2622988 Seahawks vs 49ers NFC Championship Gameday Thread

Posted by Historynerd67 on 19 January 2014 - 08:37 PM

I gotta admit... That whole bit where the fans toss skittles bags on the field when Lynch scores is Fugging awesome!!!!!

Though I do not believe it was the sole reason we lost . . . we should have thrown skittle bags with rocks in them . . . at the officials. 




#2622931 Seahawks vs 49ers NFC Championship Gameday Thread

Posted by Historynerd67 on 19 January 2014 - 08:26 PM

Lmao... What tranny did Pam Oliver beat up for that mop on her head?

Looks a bit like Stephen Tyler.




#2622837 Seahawks vs 49ers NFC Championship Gameday Thread

Posted by Historynerd67 on 19 January 2014 - 07:58 PM

If Cam takes a beating like he has taken in some of our games, he will have a short career. There have been plays, some successful and some not, where he is used as a battering ram on short yardage plays and goal line plays. All I can think . . . "where the Hell is Tolbert?" Not a good practice. From his facial expressions, it took its toll in some games. 




#2622746 Seahawks vs 49ers NFC Championship Gameday Thread

Posted by Historynerd67 on 19 January 2014 - 07:32 PM

lol playcalling.  would be nice to have that play in our arsenal.

Ha ha! I am not sure that you can call our playbook an "arsenal." It must be as thin as my "little black book" in high school. 




#2615678 DG: We are still cap challenged....RR: Coaches staying

Posted by Historynerd67 on 14 January 2014 - 03:35 PM

If Gettleman doesn't get Ric Flair back in the fold, we might have to spend our first round pick on a washed up wrestler.

That could be expensive. Washed up wrestlers are a commodity. Between "roid rage" induced murder suicide and steroid induced cancers, they can be hard to come by. 




#2612518 Shula's Red Zone Issues....

Posted by Historynerd67 on 13 January 2014 - 10:28 AM

Well . . . if the o-line were not getting it done at the goal line, after repeated attempts this should become obvious and the coach should then consult the play book and find another option. Surely there are other plays that are drawn up purely for this situation. Our coaches lack creativity and innovation, usually at critical times and they are just inconsistent enough to get your hopes up and then they go back to the same one-dimensional, conservative play-calling that cost us ball-games. This more than any other factor in this game cost us a trip to Seattle in my opinion. It did not take a rocket scientist on behalf of the 49ers to now what we were doing at the goal line, over and over and over again. 




#2612485 About that Boldin headbutt....

Posted by Historynerd67 on 13 January 2014 - 10:17 AM

I have "hovered" on the board over the years and have finally gotten the nerve to respond to a post. Take it easy on an old man please as I have observed some pretty brutal verbal beatings before. (Most warranted.) I too found the officiating one sided for the most part but the theme that has been running through my mind for the game, the season, and honestly through most of our history as a franchise is that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. Just a modicum of imagination and innovation close to the goal line might have produced momentum swings that could have been insurmountable for there 49ers. I suppose that this is obvious though. So, a combination of horrendous officiating and predictable play-calling when creativity was needed most was just too much to overcome. Do we not have special plays in the book just for such situations? In addition, the slothful "hurry-up offense" if that is what it was, was ridiculous. We were moping back to the lion of scrimmage and burning precious clock. 




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