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  • And I dont like that Brock is rated higher than Cox. That annoys me. Reid being 76 isnt too bad. I had an interception with him in the only game I played with the demo and won 24-14. I would play the demo more but im currently playing The Last Of Us and im just waiting until the actual game is released.

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    • yeah, we don't trust colt mccoy at all...

      https://twitter.com/mattbarrows/stat...99019539193856

      Message to Colt McCoy: Don't get too comfortable. ... @mortreport Before Brady Quinn re-signed w Jets, 49ers made pass.

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      • I'd rather have McCoy than Quinn. Damn, why couldn't we make it work with Seneca Wallace?

        "Every light must fade, every heart return to darkness!"
        -San Francisco 49ers: Five Time Super Bowl Champions-
        Originally posted by Borat
        Oh, my bad. Didn't realize SWDC was the pinnacle of class and grace.

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        • Quinn just would've been a Seahawks prep dig, anyways. Baalke kicks the tires on damn-near everyone. He's thorough.

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          • The same Seneca Wallace who couldn't beat out McCoy when they were both in Cleveland? Wallace sucks. He would have brought some experience to the back-up slot but that's it. BJ Daniels is younger version of Wallace, but with better arm talent. Just lacks the experience. I'll worry about the back-up QB when I have no choice but to. No one's back-up QB situation is ideal. Its is what it is.

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            • Originally posted by VAfy-ya View Post
              The same Seneca Wallace who couldn't beat out McCoy when they were both in Cleveland? Wallace sucks. He would have brought some experience to the back-up slot but that's it. BJ Daniels is younger version of Wallace, but with better arm talent. Just lacks the experience. I'll worry about the back-up QB when I have no choice but to. No one's back-up QB situation is ideal. Its is what it is.
              McCoy has never looked good, like ever. And Cleveland was obligated to play Colt McCoy. Wallace at least has looked decent as a backup at various points in his career. McCoy has never looked good ever. Not even decent. I'll take my chances with Wallace over McCoy. I don't care what you say.
              Last edited by Ness; 09-10-2013, 12:32 AM.

              "Every light must fade, every heart return to darkness!"
              -San Francisco 49ers: Five Time Super Bowl Champions-
              Originally posted by Borat
              Oh, my bad. Didn't realize SWDC was the pinnacle of class and grace.

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              • Harper was claimed by WR-hungry Packers. No Seachickens or Niners PS for him.


                #thestruggleisreal with Tomsula in as HC after the "Harbacle"
                Operation Pile Up Draft Picks for Re-Build: In progress, with much work to be done


                "He who thinks he knows it all has the most to learn"

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                • Do I buy a larger Jersey or sweat shirt for next weekend game vs GB? My first time going to a live NFL game, gonna be awesome!!

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                  • Originally posted by dan77733
                    We already beat the "best QB" in the league in his house to start the 2012 season with Smith as our QB and we won. Not concerned about the Packers whatsoever.
                    Hope you're right. We're facing them at Lambeau, and our previous games and record mean absolutely nothing right now.

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                    • Originally posted by 49ersfan_87 View Post
                      Hope you're right. We're facing them at Lambeau, and our previous games and record mean absolutely nothing right now.
                      True. We have a far better team overall. If the players and especially the coaches can live up to that, we'll win. If not, we'll lose.

                      As has been my main complaint since 2011, it will all come down to the play calling. Granted, the players have to execute but there's a lot of plays that are called that have no chance at being executed. What's worse is that these kind of plays get called more than once.

                      Take today for example...a run with Dixon on 4th and 1 and 3rd and 1 plus other examples. It makes no sense at all especially after the first quarter which was probably our best played quarter of the entire season. Shame we cant get a full game like today's first quarter, especially on offense.

                      Oh well, we'll see next Sunday. What I do know is that im cheering for the Saints Saturday night.

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                      • Our defense has been really bad the last 2 weeks. And our pass rush non-existent. We didn't really pressure Roders a lot in game 1 either.

                        Keep in mind guys, we needed Kaep to have 430+ total yards and we only beat them by 6 points...at home, in perfect weather.

                        I'm worried that Rodgers will carve up our defense with big plays. If Palmer, Ryan, and even Glennon can have multiple big plays against us, what the hell is the best QB in the NFL going to do to us?

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                        • That's my biggest concern. 1 sack in two weeks (Bowman)

                          Zero sacks against the Falcons and the Panthers sacked Ryan NINE times yesterday.

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                          • Its not about sacks, its about pressure. Sacks are a nice stat and all but pressure can be just as disruptive, even if you dont get the QB on the ground.

                            In the Falcons game, it was short-passing coupled with them max-protecting virtually the entire game. They had Gonzales staying in to block more than he has all season. They knew it was their only chance against out front. They did a good job of chipping guys on the edges, mixed with max-protect. Its hard to get sacks when you leave 6 guys in to block 4 rushers.

                            Haven't seen the All-22 from the Cards game yet but it seemed like they followed the same plan as the Falcons. People have to understand, the scheme Fangio runs will allow for you to get beat with the short pass. We run a lot of off-man coverage and combo looks on the back-end. He rushes just four more than any other DC in the league. Fangio wants to confuse you with different coverage looks and make the QB hold the ball longer, banking on his great front four getting there. Its not a bend but don't break defense, its requires an offense to be patience and precise. Its not an aggressive defense and I know we as fans get frustrated with that because we are deep with talent on within the front seven. I've been adamant about Fangio needing to be more aggressive and use more of his personnel. But we've been a consistently top 5 defense in the league since his arrival. We're third in points allowed this year. 2nd in pass yards per attempt. Sometimes yards get rolled up on us but we don't give up big plays through the air and we keep teams out of the endzone for the most part. Its not all bad but yeah, a guy like Palmer shouldn't be putting up 400 yards on us. Not even Rodgers threw for 400 yards on us.

                            Right now, its the secondary not stepping up IMO. Lapses in coverage, bad technique, etc. T. Brown needs to go back to starting at LCB. Brock has had a great year but hasnt looked as good starting at LCB as he looked when he was the nickelback and playing primarily on the right side. And T. Brown doesn't look as comfortable playing on the right-side as he did on playing on the left. If it ain't broke, why fix it? The secondary was humming along nicely until Brown's injury. Brown had been playing very good on the left-side until his injury. When you screw with guys positions, you screw with the chemistry. The experiment needs to be over and done with....we're going into Mr. Rodgers' Neighborhood next Sunday. Need to put the guys in the secondary in the best position to succeed.

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                            • Right on cue VAfy-ya. We need Brown back on the left side.

                              Our play calling on offense better be good to for Sunday if we leave Rodgers on the field too long its game over. Also with Cobb back it's going to be hard but not impossible to stop their passing game.

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                              • Well, I certainly didn't see 12-4 coming into the season. Gotta give them props on that. I had them at 10 or 11 wins at most so the record is pretty impressive from that standpoint.

                                Biggest surprise: Tremaine Brock's emergence. Did not see that coming. He's a legitimite starting CB. Very, very happy with his development.

                                Biggest disappointment: Run blocking. Just not seeing much dominance. They've gotten manhandled too much. Short-yardage is borderline pathetic.

                                Areas needing improvement next year: DL needs to be more disruptive. They get some push, but it's usually not enough or too late. Secondary also needs more talent. Rogers is done. Who knows about Cully. Whitner will probably go. That actually might be a blessing if they fill his spot effectively. And I still dream of a large-bodied endzone threat WR. My Colston fetish.

                                Still, outstanding regular season despite some of the limitations (I'm looking at you Roman.)
                                The Brian Sabean sig is no more. I disagreed with you on so many levels. And then you went out and built a dynasty. I am lame.

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