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Who thinks Gore will break 1700 yards? Ochocinco?


I think that Gore gets between 1400 - 1500 yds rushing and another 450 - 500 yds as a receiver.
Originally posted by Apples:
Was probably talking about himself.
I want the promise gore made for 2000+ i want a niner and i want it to be frank to hold the single season rushing record.
Originally posted by RollinWith21n52:
http://49ersnews.com/2009/07/ochocinco-loves-frank-gore/

thought I'd share. Sorry if already posted


Wow didn't say much but what he did say I liked ha ha
Originally posted by gravelburn:
Originally posted by BrodieFan:
1700 in combined yards is a safe bet; about 1200 and 500.

Considering a more balanced offense but also that Coffee will share some of the load, 1200 to 1400 rushing yards and around 500 receiving yards is a reasonable expectation barring injuries.

I don't think Coffee is going to get as many reps as they're making us believe. If Gore goes out there and looks anything like he did in 06, I highly doubt they will take him out unless he's fatigued.
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by gravelburn:
Originally posted by BrodieFan:
1700 in combined yards is a safe bet; about 1200 and 500.

Considering a more balanced offense but also that Coffee will share some of the load, 1200 to 1400 rushing yards and around 500 receiving yards is a reasonable expectation barring injuries.

I don't think Coffee is going to get as many reps as they're making us believe. If Gore goes out there and looks anything like he did in 06, I highly doubt they will take him out unless he's fatigued.

I think coffee will be the new 3rd down back/short yardage. Redzone unless gore learned how to hold on inside the 20 our or there's.
[ Edited by TheGoldDiggerrrr on Jul 9, 2009 at 9:29 PM ]
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
Originally posted by 49erRider:
Originally posted by gravelburn:
Originally posted by BrodieFan:
1700 in combined yards is a safe bet; about 1200 and 500.

Considering a more balanced offense but also that Coffee will share some of the load, 1200 to 1400 rushing yards and around 500 receiving yards is a reasonable expectation barring injuries.

I don't think Coffee is going to get as many reps as they're making us believe. If Gore goes out there and looks anything like he did in 06, I highly doubt they will take him out unless he's fatigued.

I think coffee will be the new 3rd down back/short yardage. Redzone unless gore learned how to hold on inside the 20 our or there's.

That's still not going to stop Gore from racking up yardage all over the rest of the field. It may lower his TDs, but his yardage is still going to pile up.
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Just finished training with Frank Gore at South Florida gym, can we say 1,700 hundred yards!!!! Niner fans get ready

Holy crap... 1,700,000 yards?!?! WOW!
Originally posted by TheGoldDiggerrrr:
I want the promise gore made for 2000+ i want a niner and i want it to be frank to hold the single season rushing record.

Amen.
Since he'll have to share the load we'll have to temper our expectations.

I'd say 3500 yards for Gore and 1500 from cofee...from scrimmage of course, hehe...expecting them to rush for that much would be a little unrealistic.

I expect that our offense will be so dominant that our D spends a sum total of 15 minutes on the field the entire first MONTH of the season. THEN after our second 15-1 season we win the Superbowl, Gore, Cofee and our entire O-line goes to the Pro-bowl and young Jed gets elected President...of the US of A baby! If that isn't great enough, I then win the lotto and buy a gold plated copy of the 2010 Lombardi trophy and place it on a pedestal on my front lawn for all the neighbors to admire.
Isnt he the one that was talking about how good Willis is? He called him "Bam Bam" if I remember right.
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Um, I'm not sure where all the optimism is coming from considering that the problematic OL that's partially responsible for Gore's downhill slide since 2006 has not improved much nevermind the fact that he gets taken down by the first tackler that hits him and is now good for at least one fumble or other major mistake per game.

Couple that with the fact tht he will now share the load instead of being the featured back and it doesn't bode well for a 1700+ yd season. Not saying Gore won't do well just not 1700 yds-well. I think the only remote chance of those kind of numbers is if MS follows through on his promise of a run-first game plan and gives Gore most of and a ton of carries per game.

If so, you can expect the niners to find themselves playing catch-up a lot since Gore does not score many TD's anymore and therefore they will have no answer for a quick-striking passing attack of opponents.
[ Edited by Sabrason on Jul 9, 2009 at 10:55 PM ]
Originally posted by Sabrason:
Um, I'm not sure where all the optimism is coming from considering that the problematic OL that's partially responsible for Gore's downhill slide since 2006 has not improved much nevermind the fact that he gets taken down by the first tackler that hits him and is now good for at least one fumble or other major mistake per game.

Couple that with the fact tht he will now share the load instead of being the featured back and it doesn't bode well for a 1700+ yd season. Not saying Gore won't do well just not 1700 yds-well. I think the only remote chance of those kind of numbers is if MS follows through on his promise of a run-first game plan and gives Gore most of and a ton of carries per game.

If so, you can expect the niners to find themselves playing catch-up a lot since Gore does not score many TD's anymore and therefore they will have no answer for a quick-striking passing attack of opponents.

Singletary's charismatic force will propel us to 2 or 3 touchdown leads by half-time so he should get lots of carries in the second half when the other defenses are worn out and wishing for the game to be over and the pain to end.