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Tubby
09-08-2007, 12:11 AM
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With that said, let the trash talking begin.

The St. Louis Rams are not going to be any better this season. They still havent solved their abysmal run defense (unless you count a rookie DE/DT hybrid a solution, which would be very premature seeing as he hasnt even played in a regular season game yet), which will directly lead to another 7-9 or 8-8 season.

Now onto why the Seahawks are the best team in the NFC west, and are definitely up there for the best team in the NFC. To start off, I will quote a Bill Simmons article (Simmons is the only good writer on ESPN).

Everyone is sleeping on these guys. They finished 9-7 during a season when nearly everything went wrong; now they're healthy and happy; they dumped their clubhouse cancer guys; they added a pass rusher (Patrick Kerney) and an overqualified defensive assistant (Jim Mora Jr., who nearly made the Super Bowl 30 months ago); they're playing in one of the easiest divisions (the NFC West); and they'll probably be favored in every 2007 game except Pittsburgh in Week 5 and Philly in Week 12. And it's not like they haven't done it before. Throw in their homefield advantage and skill position guys and they seem like the safest bet in the NFC. So why can you currently get 25-to-1 Super Bowl odds for them in Vegas? Because it's no fun to pick the Seahawks. They've been there before, they play in a smaller market, they have a bald quarterback, their uniforms are boring, their best player is boring, their coach looks like he should be wearing a sheriff's outfit and buying donuts, and if you say you've met more than three Seahawks fans in your entire life and you're not from Seattle, you're lying. Really, the only thing that stands out about them is their crowd. Switch their roster with Dallas' roster and they'd be 7-to-1 odds right now. Since they're in Seattle, nobody cares yet. But you will. Give it a couple of months.http://sports.espn.go.com/espn/page2/story?page=simmonspreview/070907&sportCat=nfl

To add on, the Seahawk defense is the best in the offensive-oriented NFC West, and is only getting better with age. Brandon Mebane, Darryl Tapp, Baraka Atkins, Craig Terrell, LeRoy Hill, Lofa Tatupu, Marcus Trufant, Kelly Jennings, Josh Wilson, and Jordan Babineaux are all starters or get a decent amount of playing time and are all young, solid players. Their pass rush is superb, with great blitzing linemen and linebackers. With the great running backs in the NFC West, the run support is what the big emphasis is on. The seahawks do not have a great run defense (but then again, neither do any of the other NFC west teams), but it is solid. Bryce Fischer and Patrick Kerney are good run-stopping DE's, we have a good rotation of 5 solid DT's which will keep each one fresh, and our linebackers are arguably the best in the NFL. The hawks defense looks good this year.

The offense is undeniably excellent this year. Hasselbeck and Alexander are both healthy, the best offensive linemen in the NFL is still starting at left tackle, and despite losing Darrell Jackson, our WR corps has improved. The offensive line was the major concern last year, but I feel that this year we are solid at OL. Walter Jones is starting at LT, so the left side is fine. It doesnt hurt that Rob Sims is at LG, and he has been great so far and will only improve. Chris Spencer at C has franchise center written all over him. RG Chris Gray is ok, but he's our weak link. RT Sean Locklear is very underrated and has quick feet, he should hold his own. The group of WR's is excellent. There is no other team in the NFL that could afford to put Nate Burleson at 4th string WR.

Great backfield + Solid O-line + Great WR's = Great offense
Great offense + Good defense = SB contender.

KCJ58
09-08-2007, 01:53 AM
Rams = 1st in the NFC West and Superbowl Champions

Seahawks = 0-16

High Roller
09-08-2007, 07:28 AM
I just wanted to thank any seahawks fans for D-Jax

YAYareaRB
09-08-2007, 10:44 AM
Great backfield + Solid O-line + Great WR's = Great offense
Great offense + Good defense = SB contender.

I see we're using the words: Great, Good, and Solid pretty loosely here.

yodabear
09-08-2007, 01:00 PM
Okay, here is how I would rank the offenses.

1. Rams
2. Cardinals
3. Seahawks
4. 49ers, this is not a diss on the 49ers. All the teams in this division have great offenses. The Rams have the best QB and RB in the division, so I have to give them #1. The Cardinals have the best WR core in the division with Boldin and Fitzgerald, they get #2. The Seahawks have the best line in the division, so they get #3. But the 49ers have a good offense, don't get me wrong.

Defense, this is much harder
1. 49ers
2. Seahawks
3. Rams
4. Cardinals
This was really hard. I said all of us have great offenses, its just the opposite, we have very mediocre at best with the exception of the 49ers, who I think have a good defense. The 49ers are young and a great defensive coach, so they get #1. The Seahawks have Kearney and Tatupu and other defensive stars, they get #2. And really the Rams and Cards were a toss up, I am biased, so I didn't have a coin toss, I just gave it to the Rams.

With that being said, Tubby is a homer. The Seahawks time was the last couple of years. This year, the division is the Rams'. However, next year and for the next few years, it will be the 49ers, I really believe so. Alex Smith getting a year under his belt without Norv, and a year with a o coordinator that doesn't leave. I think the 49ers are a year away. The Cardinals? They scare me, they have a great offense with Leinart, James, Fitzgerald, and Boldin. And like with the Rams, if the defense improves and the o-line performs under Grimm, lordy, the Cards can be good. So this is how I see the division finishing.

1. Rams, great offense, defense does enough to get us in the playoffs cuz this division is open.
2. 49ers, could very well get a wild card, have the best defense in the division, and if the offense plays well, they could very well be #1 in the division. And no, Frank Gore is not as good as SJax, whoever said that.
3. Seahawks, ummmmmmmmmmmmm, they had their time, they had their super bowl, they won the NFC, their window closed, as Sean Salsberry said.
4. Cardianals, most of my predictions are wrong, so they will prolly win the division, but as I said before, I could defntly see them winning this division. I will not be shocked at all if any of these teams win this division, and I will notbe shocked if the 49ers and Cards finish 1,2 and the Seahawks and Rams finish 3,4. I will not be shocked with anything that happens with this division.

yodabear
09-08-2007, 01:13 PM
I didn't really talk any trash, so here it goes.

Seahawks:Ur time was last year and a couple of years. U didn't get the Lombardi trophy back to the Pacific northwest. But wait a minute, the refs gave the Steelers 11 points. The refs are the reason u guys lost? Are u kidding me? Another thing, are u guys gonna give the Rams fans hope again this year. How about u guys save Yodachu's heart and blow us out or something. If u guys want Josh Brown to live, u will not do the same as last year.

49ers:Frank Gore better than Steven Jackson? Are u kidding me? There is a reason why people are picking him to be a sleeper for an MVP. There is a reason why people are taking him #2 in fantasy drafts. There are reasons why people say he could very well get 2,500 yards. Its because he is the 3rd best RB in the league, some say #2. Gore is prolly 4th, but he is not better than Jackson.

Cardinals:I have a problem with your nickname, so change it. The real Cardinals are in baseball. They are world champions and they have the second most world series wins ever. U guys are one of the worst franchises in all of sports. Whens the last time u've been in the playoffs? Was I born yet? Okay, I was, but no one remembers who loses in the 1st round, especially to the Vikings.

The Rams are the class of this division, hell the class of the NFC along with the Buccaneers. Since we are the last two teams from the NFC to win the super bowl this millenium and century. So good day.

stl9erfan
09-08-2007, 01:13 PM
yoda, with the offenses list, I think you are FAR undervaluing the importance of OL. People say the Cards have a fantastic offense because they're strong at all the skill positions (with the exception of TE and maybe QB depending on how Leinart develops), but the entire left side of the OL is still pretty bad, IMO. Lutui and Levi Brown on the right are a good start, Russ Grimm is a good coach, but I don't see any way 'Zona has a front five better than that of the Rams, 'Hawks, or Niners, and that should push them down the list some.

Defensively-- eh, it's an okay list, but I think I'd tweak it to look like this:
1) Seahawks
2) Niners
3) Cardinals
4) Rams

Obviously, I think the Niners defense is on the right track, but for this season, the team is bringing in so many new starters that it could take time for them to gel. Also, the DL isn't exactly stellar. The Seahawks, meanwhile, have a pretty decent D with all the important parts returning plus the addition of Kerney. As for the Rams, until they show me that an undersized nose tackle (Carriker) and an undersized backup LB (Draft) are enough to turn around the worst Run Defense in the league, I think they have to be at the bottom of this list.

ETA: On Jackson v. Gore-- there's no doubt Jackson has more talent than Gore. He's bigger, stronger, and probably faster. He's also likely a better receiver out of the backfield.

But I don't think you can underestimate Gore's grit, intensity as a team leader, vision, and cutback ability. And given his life story and the way he plays the game, I'm not sure if there's ever been an easier guy to root for.

Still, if I'm being unbiased, I think Jackson probably is the better back. But I also think the Niners have the better, and deeper OL. In any case, to me, they're both great, and debating who's better is kind of pointless. Any team (other than San Diego with LT) would be overjoyed to have either on their roster.

Tubby
09-08-2007, 01:35 PM
I hate the "seahawks window is closed" argument. Here is a list of starters we have that are over 30 years old:

LT Walter Jones
RG Chris Gray
TE Marcus Pollard
FB Mack Strong
QB Matt Hasselbeck
DT Chuck Darby

That is six out of 22 starters over the age of 30. Only one of whom is on defense. This means that 16 of our 22 starters are either in their prime or approaching it.

The window for the seahawks isnt closing; its more open than its ever been.

Now for trash-talking.

St. Louis: Your defense is so terrible, Oakland would score 21+ points against you.

Arizona: Tell your GM we arent playing Madden. Good skill players does not automatically mean good team.

San Francisco: Thank you for a fourth round pick. D-Jack was good because of his chemistry with Hasselbeck. Have fun with an average WR who is injured half the year.

YAYareaRB
09-08-2007, 03:20 PM
I hate the "seahawks window is closed" argument. Here is a list of starters we have that are over 30 years old:

LT Walter Jones
RG Chris Gray
TE Marcus Pollard
FB Mack Strong
QB Matt Hasselbeck
DT Chuck Darby

That is six out of 22 starters over the age of 30. Only one of whom is on defense. This means that 16 of our 22 starters are either in their prime or approaching it.

The window for the seahawks isnt closing; its more open than its ever been.

Now for trash-talking.

St. Louis: Your defense is so terrible, Oakland would score 21+ points against you.

Arizona: Tell your GM we arent playing Madden. Good skill players does not automatically mean good team.

San Francisco: Thank you for a fourth round pick. D-Jack was good because of his chemistry with Hasselbeck. Have fun with an average WR who is injured half the year.

Being young doesn't mean your in your prime or approaching it. Being in your prime doesn't even mean your good. You listed people who are or over 30.. You failed to mention Shaun Alexander and Bobby Engram. Ashworth and Peterson are 29 pushing 30.

As for DJax.. Thanks! He was average a WR, who was injured half the year(I don't think we play 26 games a season), and STILL got more yards and TDs than the 3 scrubs he left to play the position. Have fun Seahawks.

Tubby
09-08-2007, 03:40 PM
Being young doesn't mean your in your prime or approaching it. Being in your prime doesn't even mean your good. You listed people who are or over 30.. You failed to mention Shaun Alexander and Bobby Engram. Ashworth and Peterson are 29 pushing 30.

As for DJax.. Thanks! He was average a WR, who was injured half the year(I don't think we play 26 games a season), and STILL got more yards and TDs than the 3 scrubs he left to play the position. Have fun Seahawks.

Shaun Alexander is 30, Bobby Engram and Tom Ashworth arent starters, and Peterson is still under 30.

As for D-Jack (I dont know where you niners fans got DJax), the reason for his success was the great chemistry he had with Hasselbeck. Without that chemistry, he will be an average WR who's injured half the year.

YAYareaRB
09-08-2007, 03:53 PM
Shaun Alexander is 30, Bobby Engram and Tom Ashworth arent starters, and Peterson is still under 30.

As for D-Jack (I dont know where you niners fans got DJax), the reason for his success was the great chemistry he had with Hasselbeck. Without that chemistry, he will be an average WR who's injured half the year.

What does that say about your WRs on your team if he's just average?

Tubby
09-08-2007, 04:00 PM
What does that say about your WRs on your team if he's just average?

You havent been paying attention, have you?

The reason Darrell Jackson was so good on the seahawks was the chemistry he had with Matt Hasselbeck. He most likely wont have the same chemistry with Alex Smith, and certainly not in his first year. Without that chemistry, he will just be an average WR who has injury problems.

YAYareaRB
09-08-2007, 04:11 PM
You havent been paying attention, have you?

The reason Darrell Jackson was so good on the seahawks was the chemistry he had with Matt Hasselbeck. He most likely wont have the same chemistry with Alex Smith, and certainly not in his first year. Without that chemistry, he will just be an average WR who has injury problems.

It sounds like your hoping and wishing they won't have chemistry when in reality.. That's about all they had since he's been signed. Just sit back Tubby, while the rest of the NFC West runs wild all over the Seahawks this year.

High Roller
09-08-2007, 04:21 PM
i personally like both Sjax and Gore...and of course Gore more. I admire the kind of heart Gore has for the game....i read that he was hysterically crying when he signed his extension, shows he rly cares. Hes over come many obstacles in life and has come out on top...i full-heartedly respect that.

fenikz
09-08-2007, 08:07 PM
Cardinals are gonna win the divison, we we're 4-2 in the divison last year and this year we will sweep you all

YAYareaRB
09-09-2007, 10:27 PM
Cardinals are gonna win the divison, we we're 4-2 in the divison last year and this year we will sweep you all

Tell that to Nate Clements and the gang..

fenikz
09-10-2007, 12:08 AM
Anquan will be sure to send Nate the message, its almost been 3 years since the 49ers have beat the Cardinals

YAYareaRB
09-10-2007, 10:45 AM
Anquan will be sure to send Nate the message, its almost been 3 years since the 49ers have beat the Cardinals

Yeah.. But, we can't live on the past. They better be running streaks all day because if anyone has the balls to cross the middle, they might get asses handed to 'em by the Lewis'. Ask Tubby and Deion Branch how that feels ahahahahaha

fenikz
09-10-2007, 01:54 PM
it seems you forget too easily

Anquan Boldin is a Grown Ass Man

http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/cc171/mjp210/71843594.jpg

yodabear
09-10-2007, 03:37 PM
The Rams are the worst team in the league.

nfrillman
09-10-2007, 10:13 PM
St. Louis: Your defense is so terrible, Oakland would score 21+ points against you.

Actually they shut out the Raiders last season.

YAYareaRB
09-11-2007, 12:58 AM
it seems you forget too easily

Anquan Boldin is a Grown Ass Man

http://i217.photobucket.com/albums/cc171/mjp210/71843594.jpg

Didn't look like one tonight. Kinda looked like this:

http://images.jupiterimages.com/common/detail/45/04/23210445.jpg

yodabear
09-11-2007, 09:43 AM
We are the worst team in this division.

Borat
09-11-2007, 01:10 PM
http://www.sfgate.com/c/pictures/2007/09/11/sp_49ers_cardinals200mac.jpg

..........

rainbeaukid2
09-12-2007, 04:07 PM
wow, with whisenhunt's new offense, looks like i better get rid of anquan boldin on my fantasy team

fenikz
09-12-2007, 05:07 PM
hey he still got a TD

MasterShake
09-13-2007, 10:07 AM
hey he still got a TD

Yeah after a series of dumb (and questionable, 15 yard facemask?!?! eeeeehhhh....) penalties that put them 5 yards out.

Boldin and Fitz got schooled like they never have been before as a pair. That 49er secondary looked absolutely stellar and we have a mediorce (which is a big upgrade) pass rush to go with it.

The Cards defense looked really good as well, there blitzes got through our line constantly. But, if teams pick up those bltzes...that secondary will be exposed.

The 49ers offense will obviously do better then that game in the future, how much better? Who knows, but if its decent along with that nice defense....we should have a good shot at playoffs.

fenikz
09-13-2007, 11:10 AM
Yeah after a series of dumb (and questionable, 15 yard facemask?!?! eeeeehhhh....) penalties that put them 5 yards out.

Boldin and Fitz got schooled like they never have been before as a pair. That 49er secondary looked absolutely stellar and we have a mediorce (which is a big upgrade) pass rush to go with it.

The Cards defense looked really good as well, there blitzes got through our line constantly. But, if teams pick up those bltzes...that secondary will be exposed.

The 49ers offense will obviously do better then that game in the future, how much better? Who knows, but if its decent along with that nice defense....we should have a good shot at playoffs.

they weren't really blitzing a ton, I mean we sent Wilson and Dansby on a few but most of it just looked like blitzing because of our 3-4, plus the fact that Dockett was simply dominating Staley, but ill have to watch the game again to see what exactly our D was doing(i'm actually downloading it right now)

nfrillman
09-13-2007, 02:05 PM
Boldin and Fitz got schooled like they never have been before as a pair. That 49er secondary looked absolutely stellar and we have a mediorce (which is a big upgrade) pass rush to go with it.

Yes, and that had absolutely nothing to do with Leinart staring at his receivers so hard it looked like he was trying to read their mind.

MasterShake
09-13-2007, 10:16 PM
Yes, and that had absolutely nothing to do with Leinart staring at his receivers so hard it looked like he was trying to read their mind.

Leinart had alllll day on many plays....and he couldn't find an open receiver. Our pass rush was decent, but certainly not good. Our coverage unit was amazing on Monday, take off your ram-colored glasses and deal with that.

Your two choices are the 49ers secondary played a stellar game or Matt Leinart forgot how to play football over the offseason. You have chosen the latter due to your hatred of praising any team in your own division.

MasterShake
09-13-2007, 10:17 PM
they weren't really blitzing a ton, I mean we sent Wilson and Dansby on a few but most of it just looked like blitzing because of our 3-4, plus the fact that Dockett was simply dominating Staley, but ill have to watch the game again to see what exactly our D was doing(i'm actually downloading it right now)

I'm used to seeing 3-4 defenses play and you guys were certainly agressive with your blitzes. You blitzed a significant amount during that game.

fenikz
09-14-2007, 02:27 PM
I'm used to seeing 3-4 defenses play and you guys were certainly agressive with your blitzes. You blitzed a significant amount during that game.

I only got through the 1st half so far but this is how many people the cardinals brought each time

7 - 1 Time
5 - 4 times
4 - 16 Times
3 - 5 Times

nfrillman
09-14-2007, 08:56 PM
Leinart had alllll day on many plays....and he couldn't find an open receiver. Our pass rush was decent, but certainly not good. Our coverage unit was amazing on Monday, take off your ram-colored glasses and deal with that.

Your two choices are the 49ers secondary played a stellar game or Matt Leinart forgot how to play football over the offseason. You have chosen the latter due to your hatred of praising any team in your own division.

Haha, wow, such hatred. I never said that Leinart didn't have all day on many plays. I am saying that part of the success of the 49ers coverage is due to an inexperienced QB playing them. If he is staring at one receiver forever that means he is only seeing one receiver, thus only one receiver truly needed to be covered. I am not saying the coverage wasn't good, but very rarily is something in football attributed completely to one unit, in this case the secondary was good and Leinart was horrendous with his progressions, with that combination the pass coveraged looked amazing. As for Leinart forgetting how to play football, when did he become good in the NFL? He hasn't. That's when.

MasterShake
09-14-2007, 09:17 PM
Haha, wow, such hatred. I never said that Leinart didn't have all day on many plays. I am saying that part of the success of the 49ers coverage is due to an inexperienced QB playing them. If he is staring at one receiver forever that means he is only seeing one receiver, thus only one receiver truly needed to be covered. I am not saying the coverage wasn't good, but very rarily is something in football attributed completely to one unit, in this case the secondary was good and Leinart was horrendous with his progressions, with that combination the pass coveraged looked amazing. As for Leinart forgetting how to play football, when did he become good in the NFL? He hasn't. That's when.

He was never good and I never said he was, but as a rookie he averaged ~230 yards 1 TD and 1 INT per game he played. So he wasn't inept. He knows how to play football, but the 49er secondary baffled him and smothered his receivers.

Leinarts had an extra year in the system and the NFL as a whole, I would imagine he has gotten better. But maybe he is having a 2nd year slump, his receivers were covered regardless.

steelernation77
09-16-2007, 04:10 PM
The Niners are going to see what a real defense looks like next week, instead of the patty-cake sissy fights that pass as defenses in the NFC west.

YAYareaRB
09-16-2007, 04:17 PM
The Niners are going to see what a real defense looks like next week, instead of the patty-cake sissy fights that pass as defenses in the NFC west.

..And We'll show you how we pass rush in the NFC West, This is gonna hurt Little Ben more than that motorcycle crash.

rainbeaukid2
09-16-2007, 05:12 PM
..And We'll show you how we pass rush in the NFC West, This is gonna hurt Little Ben more than that motorcycle crash.

i don't know, maybe the pass defense but i don't think the rush will hurt. what will cause ben the most pain is when he will get trucked as one of the DBs makes a pick

fenikz
09-16-2007, 06:29 PM
Big win by the Cardinals, after pulling their usual Monday night shenanigans we nearly blew a 17-0 lead but Rackers makes the game winner with 1 second left

Leinart looked a hell of a lot better 299 Yards, 1 TD, 1 INT & Edge had about 130 yards too, D still looking above average and Boldin got his Grown Ass Man on

MasterShake
09-16-2007, 07:51 PM
Another ugly win by the Niners.

Our defense is ready, our offense is not. If we wanna even play a close game next week, Gore, Davis and co. better step it up.

2 Division wins though, can't complain about that.

yodabear
09-16-2007, 07:54 PM
San Francisco 2-0
Arizona 1-1
Seattle 1-1
Rams 0-2

This makes me sad.

fenikz
09-16-2007, 08:24 PM
next week

AZ @ Bal
Cin @ Sea
STL @ TB
SF @ Pitt

STL has the easiest match up but all of these games are winnable, i'd say the hardest will be SF at Pittsburgh

yodabear
09-16-2007, 08:25 PM
next week

AZ @ Bal
Cin @ Sea
STL @ TB
SF @ Pitt

STL has the easiest match up but all of these games are winnable, i'd say the hardest will be SF at Pittsburgh

Well, we're going to lose. And the rest may win.

Tubby
09-16-2007, 10:01 PM
AZ @ Bal
Cin @ Sea
STL @ TB
SF @ Pitt

Seahawks: 2-1
Niners: 2-1
Cards: 1-2
Rams: 1-2

Borat
09-16-2007, 10:02 PM
I think we're all taking an L next week. LOL.

49erfaithful
09-16-2007, 10:08 PM
tough week ahead for the division

stl9erfan
09-16-2007, 11:47 PM
next week

AZ @ Bal
Cin @ Sea
STL @ TB
SF @ Pitt

STL has the easiest match up but all of these games are winnable, i'd say the hardest will be SF at Pittsburgh

I wouldn't be at all surprised if all four teams lost next week. I think Seattle might have the best shot at a win, but can they score enough points to keep up with Cincinnati?

Good game at the Dome today... or should I say bad game that was still competitive? Anyway, I loved the way the D performed for SF. Some really nice redzone stops, and the team ALMOST had two INTs in the end zone that would have prevented 10 of the Rams points.

As for the O... wow. Not impressed with Hostler at all so far. Smith has looked pretty good, when he's actually had plays called for him, but the O has been of a far to predictable "3 yards and a cloud of dust" variety so far. That's definitely going to need to change next week if SF is going to have a prayer against Pittsburgh.

steelernation77
09-17-2007, 10:12 AM
..And We'll show you how we pass rush in the NFC West, This is gonna hurt Little Ben more than that motorcycle crash.

Oh yeah, the Steelers have never played teams with pass rushes as dominant as the NFC West. Our offense plays against a better pass rush in practice everyday than any team in the NFC West can offer. Not to mention we play in the same division as the Ravens.

YAYareaRB
09-17-2007, 10:14 AM
Oh yeah, the Steelers have never played teams with pass rushes as dominant as the NFC West. Our offense plays against a better pass rush in practice everyday than any team in the NFC West can offer. Not to mention we play in the same division as the Ravens.

Yeah, I know, just trying to defend my team.. lol

49erfaithful
09-17-2007, 07:01 PM
it would be a disater in STL if they lost and started 0-3

yodabear
09-17-2007, 08:04 PM
Are u guys trying to make me murder all of u?

Borat
09-17-2007, 09:43 PM
Are u guys trying to make me murder all of u?

You make murder sound so sexy.

Romarville
09-23-2007, 04:36 PM
The Rams are the class of this division, hell the class of the NFC along with the Buccaneers. Since we are the last two teams from the NFC to win the super bowl this millenium and century. So good day.

Ouch, this week must hurt. Good day for Bulger.

nfrillman
09-24-2007, 12:05 AM
Ouch, this week must hurt. Good day for Bulger.

You do know he was joking right? Rams are gunning for a top 5 pick, then next year by god they're gonna get a top 10 pick, the year after that another top 10 pick, and then, oh then, it is SO on.

fenikz
09-24-2007, 12:08 AM
I like that you took away the 10 win thing in your sig

btw the Cardinals got screwed on a beautiful hit by Adrian Wilson, they called it forearm to the face but it was clean as can be and it put the ravens in field goal, i have no clue whats going on with Leinart, he looked great against the Seahawks, but against the 49ers and the Ravens he looks clueless

YAYareaRB
09-24-2007, 12:17 AM
I like that you took away the 10 win thing in your sig

btw the Cardinals got screwed on a beautiful hit by Adrian Wilson, they called it forearm to the face but it was clean as can be and it put the ravens in field goal, i have no clue whats going on with Leinart, he looked great against the Seahawks, but against the 49ers and the Ravens he looks clueless

Maybe it has something to do with the 3-4..

yodabear
09-24-2007, 12:26 PM
You do know he was joking right? Rams are gunning for a top 5 pick, then next year by god they're gonna get a top 10 pick, the year after that another top 10 pick, and then, oh then, it is SO on.

And it was before the season when I was overly optimistic, this is not what I was expecting. This is bloody awful. And u forgot that in like 20 years we are gonna find some no name QB i.e. Bulger and Warner, and we are gonna make the playoffs, hell maybe win a super bowl if he or she I guess is like Warner.

nfrillman
09-25-2007, 12:49 AM
btw the Cardinals got screwed on a beautiful hit by Adrian Wilson, they called it forearm to the face but it was clean as can be and it put the ravens in field goal, i have no clue whats going on with Leinart, he looked great against the Seahawks, but against the 49ers and the Ravens he looks clueless

Yeah, that call was an absolute bone job. I am now rooting for the Cardinals to win the West. Warner is on that team, I like their players, they used to be in St. Louis, and I hate the 49ers and Seahawks. GO CARDINALS!!!!!

Borat
09-25-2007, 01:05 AM
Yeah, that call was an absolute bone job. I am now rooting for the Cardinals to win the West. Warner is on that team, I like their players, they used to be in St. Louis, and I hate the 49ers and Seahawks. GO CARDINALS!!!!!

Good work Nfrillman, you rooting for the Cardinals should be the kiss of death for them.

nfrillman
09-26-2007, 05:32 PM
Good work Nfrillman, you rooting for the Cardinals should be the kiss of death for them.

Haha, wicked burn. I'll give you kudos on that one. Unfortunately for you though, the 49ers will be enjoying the playoffs from their couches just like the Rams. And probably the Cardinals too, sorry guys.

yodabear
09-26-2007, 07:47 PM
The Seahawks are gonna win this division.

fenikz
09-26-2007, 07:48 PM
The Seahawks are gonna win this division.

and no one will care, you seattle people must really hate your football

scottyboy
09-26-2007, 07:48 PM
The Seahawks are gonna win this division.

oh ye of little Leonard faith

yodabear
09-26-2007, 07:49 PM
If the Rams get to the playoffs, I will retire.

Borat
09-26-2007, 08:18 PM
Haha, wicked burn. I'll give you kudos on that one. Unfortunately for you though, the 49ers will be enjoying the playoffs from their couches just like the Rams. And probably the Cardinals too, sorry guys.

Maybe so. It's only week 4 and already you're going to "you're not going to the playoffs either" take? That's always the crutch of a loser.

nfrillman
09-26-2007, 11:29 PM
Maybe so. It's only week 4 and already you're going to "you're not going to the playoffs either" take? That's always the crutch of a loser.

Ummm, and the point is? Obviously I wouldn't be saying that the Niners were going to miss the playoffs just like the Rams, if the Rams were going to make the playoffs. That would make no sense whatsoever. I am just saying that I remember all the 49er fans arguing the greatness of the 49ers before the season started and I told them the Niners would not be good, I will not forget this. I didn't argue to no end with people about the greatness that was the Rams, I just thought they would be good. I never got defensive and angry because someone else on here didn't agree. I now know the Rams suck and have no problem saying that, though they are not receiving the injury excuse that is awarded to the Panthers every season. It is better to come to a realization quickly than to continue down a path of false hope. That is what 49er fans are setting themselves up for. I will thoroughly enjoy watching them go down in flames. On a related note, congratulations to the Seahawks for winning the division, but I still hope the Cardinals can win it. Overcoming the law of Cardinal suckiness will be the most difficult task.

fenikz
09-26-2007, 11:32 PM
We have been very close in all the games we could very well be 3-0 right now, but of course we are the Cardinals so we are 1-2

YAYareaRB
09-27-2007, 12:09 AM
The sole reason why you say the 49ers aren't gonna make playoffs is because it would go against what it says in your sig. We had a bad game against a good team.. You guys are just plain bad. How do you call yourself a fan when you just lose hope and quit on your team when things aren't going too good?

nfrillman
09-27-2007, 01:53 AM
The sole reason why you say the 49ers aren't gonna make playoffs is because it would go against what it says in your sig. We had a bad game against a good team.. You guys are just plain bad. How do you call yourself a fan when you just lose hope and quit on your team when things aren't going too good?

The reason I have that as my sig is because the 49ers are not making the playoffs and I have been saying that all along. What kind of flip-flopping would that be if I said that all offseason then changed my pick following 2 unimpressive wins and a whooping. Just so you know, you can still be a huge fan of your team and also have realistic expectations. Based on what I have seen so far, the Rams making the playoffs is not a realistic expectation, but certainly I still hope for it. That is the issue I have with 49er fans this offseason, their expectations are far too high. That's all I'm saying.

YAYareaRB
09-27-2007, 09:23 AM
The reason I have that as my sig is because the 49ers are not making the playoffs and I have been saying that all along. What kind of flip-flopping would that be if I said that all offseason then changed my pick following 2 unimpressive wins and a whooping. Just so you know, you can still be a huge fan of your team and also have realistic expectations. Based on what I have seen so far, the Rams making the playoffs is not a realistic expectation, but certainly I still hope for it. That is the issue I have with 49er fans this offseason, their expectations are far too high. That's all I'm saying.

Your supposed to have high expectations when your team DOUBLES the team talent in a matter of months. Wouldn't you be excited about that? Well, maybe not.. Have some hope in your team.

yodabear
09-27-2007, 12:02 PM
Your supposed to have high expectations when your team DOUBLES the team talent in a matter of months. Wouldn't you be excited about that? Well, maybe not.. Have some hope in your team.

I had some hope for my team, they are 0-3.

YAYareaRB
09-27-2007, 01:30 PM
Don't stop believin'..

MasterShake
09-27-2007, 02:25 PM
The sole reason why you say the 49ers aren't gonna make playoffs is because it would go against what it says in your sig. We had a bad game against a good team.. You guys are just plain bad. How do you call yourself a fan when you just lose hope and quit on your team when things aren't going too good?

Why would he be worried about his Sig? He'll just change it if he is wrong like he did with his 10 win prediction for the Rams.

nfrillman
09-28-2007, 05:23 PM
Your supposed to have high expectations when your team DOUBLES the team talent in a matter of months. Wouldn't you be excited about that? Well, maybe not.. Have some hope in your team.

I have stated this many times before, the addition of a good but overrated CB, a career backup linebacker, a decent number 2 WR, a poor number 3 WR/decent number 4, and a rookie LB is not as big of an improvement as 49er fans are making it out to be. Plus, like I said all offseason, Alex Smith is not performing. Who could have possibly predicted that??? Oh yeah, me, a rational outsider. There is no point in arguing this any further, I have stated those facts all offseason and the season will prove them to be correct. We will just let the season decide.

MasterShake
09-29-2007, 08:11 PM
I have stated this many times before, the addition of a good but overrated CB, a career backup linebacker, a decent number 2 WR, a poor number 3 WR/decent number 4, and a rookie LB is not as big of an improvement as 49er fans are making it out to be. Plus, like I said all offseason, Alex Smith is not performing. Who could have possibly predicted that??? Oh yeah, me, a rational outsider. There is no point in arguing this any further, I have stated those facts all offseason and the season will prove them to be correct. We will just let the season decide.

Bulgers and Smiths numbers aren't all that different this year...it amazing what bad oline play can do isn't it?

scottyboy
09-29-2007, 09:02 PM
I think Leonard should play RB and LB for the Rams this week. He was a nasty LB in high school, and might just be the sweetest player ever...

yodabear
09-29-2007, 09:18 PM
I think Leonard should play RB and LB for the Rams this week. He was a nasty LB in high school, and might just be the sweetest player ever...

He'd prolly be better than whoever we have in there now.

nfrillman
09-30-2007, 01:16 AM
Bulgers and Smiths numbers aren't all that different this year...it amazing what bad oline play can do isn't it?

Haha, oh my god. That is some funny **** there. You are going to compare a multiple pro-bowler and proven quarterback with a quarterback that had the worst statistical season of all time and an improved but still bad season last year. That is completely assinine and even 49er fans should see the lunacy of that statement.

YAYareaRB
09-30-2007, 10:27 AM
I have stated this many times before, the addition of a good but overrated CB, a career backup linebacker, a decent number 2 WR, a poor number 3 WR/decent number 4, and a rookie LB is not as big of an improvement as 49er fans are making it out to be. Plus, like I said all offseason, Alex Smith is not performing. Who could have possibly predicted that??? Oh yeah, me, a rational outsider. There is no point in arguing this any further, I have stated those facts all offseason and the season will prove them to be correct. We will just let the season decide.

That overrated CB is shutdown. That Rookie LB plays like a vet. DJACK is fitting into the role of our #1 Reciever. Alex Smith is getting more and more comfortable, we'll give him time.. and at the end of the day, the 49ers are still 2-1, while the Rams are 0-3.

yodabear
09-30-2007, 11:37 AM
Haha, oh my god. That is some funny **** there. You are going to compare a multiple pro-bowler and proven quarterback with a quarterback that had the worst statistical season of all time and an improved but still bad season last year. That is completely assinine and even 49er fans should see the lunacy of that statement.

Not to mention his INTs are up from last year.

Tubby
01-04-2008, 08:22 PM
The Seahawks are going to the playoffs

The 49ers are not going to the playoffs

The Cardinals are not going to the playoffs

The Rams are not going to the playoffs

Tubby
01-05-2008, 05:43 PM
http://209.85.62.26/6072/85/emo/YodaIsStupid.gif

fenikz
01-06-2008, 05:00 AM
http://209.85.62.26/6072/85/emo/YodaIsStupid.gif

how very true

http://209.85.62.26/6072/85/emo/YodaIsStupid.gif

yodabear
01-06-2008, 11:46 AM
Every1 seems to love that emoticon.

X Dah Creator
01-20-2008, 03:16 PM
The Seahawks are going to the playoffs

The 49ers are not going to the playoffs

The Cardinals are not going to the playoffs

The Rams are not going to the playoffs

The Hawks are on a decline, everyone is aging on the offensive side. The other thing I see that will stay good for them is the defense. I want to see a upgrade in Brian Russell..

ChezPower4
02-19-2008, 08:22 PM
Rams = 1st in the NFC West and Superbowl Champions

Seahawks = 0-16

Lets see how that pans out for you.

fenikz
02-20-2008, 05:56 PM
The Hawks are on a decline, everyone is aging on the offensive side. The other thing I see that will stay good for them is the defense. I want to see a upgrade in Brian Russell..

this brian russell?

http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/5350/fulljgetty75557846sd013tv7.jpg

azbmxican
02-27-2008, 11:51 PM
he's on for a RIDE!!! The Q bus!!!!!!!!!!!

Brothgar
08-14-2010, 01:44 AM
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