For realz. Their only hope they had anyway was catching us taking them lightly and, well, they're gonna get us angry and ready to take heads. Also, this week, you can bet ur @$$ that the coaching staff will be emphasizing special teams coverage and pass coverage, so the Rams won't be getting any gimmes on that front either. The big question will be whether or not the offensive playcalling will be to go-for-the-kill or just to continue to run-it-up-the-middle when we're up by ten or so and give the Rams the chance to stay close. We should do what the Ravens did to Cleveland today and just attack, attack, attack with no mercy.
Originally posted by ads_2006: This is a really, really big game for the 49ers
I hope they dont come out with the "Yeah, its just the Rams" mentality.
The redskins probably thought the same things these past two weeks.
We need to come out and execute to the fullest, if we do that, then its a blow-out.
A potential problem I see, is if the Rams put up a fight and we are not where we thought we should be ( up like 15 points) that the players will start to press and make mistakes.
I really don't see that happening. We have way more mental toughness than we did last year at this time under Nolan. That speaks volumes for Coach Singletary's ability to lead men, and get people to beleive in the culture he is building. I don't see many mistakes...
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