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49ers vs texans matchup on espn....

So i guess the Texans have a better running back than us regardless of the fact they are like 30th in the league rushing..lol what a joke

http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/scouting?gameId=291025034&action=login&appRedirect=http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/scouting%3fgameId%3d291025034
i dont think their RB matches up very well with our LBs either
Well, considering our running game is just as bad as our passing game, that is very understandable... We are averaging just over 100 yards per carry, but that is only happening because of the Seattle game... Our other 4 games have a league-bottom average...
We are just gonna have to come out & prove ourselves this weekend!
Originally posted by tohara3:
We are just gonna have to come out & prove ourselves this weekend!

yup
Originally posted by SJniner7:
Well, considering our running game is just as bad as our passing game, that is very understandable... We are averaging just over 100 yards per carry, but that is only happening because of the Seattle game... Our other 4 games have a league-bottom average...

100 yards per carry? You're right, that really sucks.

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qb ok
wr ok
OL mybe we are better
RB we are better
DL we are better
LB WE ARE BETTER
DB ok
ST mybe
Coach mybe except OC !
Originally posted by NJNiner:
Originally posted by SJniner7:
Well, considering our running game is just as bad as our passing game, that is very understandable... We are averaging just over 100 yards per carry, but that is only happening because of the Seattle game... Our other 4 games have a league-bottom average...

100 yards per carry? You're right, that really sucks.


Gah! didn't realize the thread editors were on duty already!
[ Edited by SJniner7 on Oct 21, 2009 at 7:10 AM ]
Doesn't Slanton lead the league in all purpose yards from scrimmage? I know he is at least in the top 3. And as Yahoo points out we have been given up huge chunks of yards and receptions to average backs this year.

But Slaton leads in fantasy receiving production from the RB position (282 yards, 2 TDs), and SF has allowed monster receiving tallies by RBs Tim Hightower(notes) (12/121), Chester Taylor (7/70) and Justin Forsett(notes) (6/57). For that reason, Slaton’s a justifiable play this week.

http://sports.yahoo.com/fantasy/nfl/news;_ylt=AnlmcEuujf72LJSizkP_dfI5nYcB?slug=bf-skinny_09week7
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Doesn't Slanton lead the league in all purpose yards from scrimmage? I know he is at least in the top 3. And as Yahoo points out we have been given up huge chunks of yards and receptions to average backs this year.

But Slaton leads in fantasy receiving production from the RB position (282 yards, 2 TDs), and SF has allowed monster receiving tallies by RBs Tim Hightower(notes) (12/121), Chester Taylor (7/70) and Justin Forsett(notes) (6/57). For that reason, Slaton’s a justifiable play this week.

http://sports.yahoo.com/fantasy/nfl/news;_ylt=AnlmcEuujf72LJSizkP_dfI5nYcB?slug=bf-skinny_09week7

You gotta remember though that those huge chunks we have given are in games where we were playing game managment....giving hightower all day to stop fitz and boldin....giving forsett all day with us in the lead...and we only let AP rip off one good one

Slaton is gonna have a big day I full expect us to be keying on stopping their passing threat with Johnson, Walter and Daniels fully capable of going Roddy White on us...
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Doesn't Slanton lead the league in all purpose yards from scrimmage? I know he is at least in the top 3. And as Yahoo points out we have been given up huge chunks of yards and receptions to average backs this year.

But Slaton leads in fantasy receiving production from the RB position (282 yards, 2 TDs), and SF has allowed monster receiving tallies by RBs Tim Hightower(notes) (12/121), Chester Taylor (7/70) and Justin Forsett(notes) (6/57). For that reason, Slaton’s a justifiable play this week.

http://sports.yahoo.com/fantasy/nfl/news;_ylt=AnlmcEuujf72LJSizkP_dfI5nYcB?slug=bf-skinny_09week7

Slaton also has 5 fumbles on the year
Crikey, according to the match up the Texans have a worse OL than we do? How is that possible?

LB
uuuuuhhhh, guys, our running game sucks too.
Originally posted by valrod33:
Originally posted by global_nomad:
Doesn't Slanton lead the league in all purpose yards from scrimmage? I know he is at least in the top 3. And as Yahoo points out we have been given up huge chunks of yards and receptions to average backs this year.

But Slaton leads in fantasy receiving production from the RB position (282 yards, 2 TDs), and SF has allowed monster receiving tallies by RBs Tim Hightower(notes) (12/121), Chester Taylor (7/70) and Justin Forsett(notes) (6/57). For that reason, Slaton’s a justifiable play this week.

http://sports.yahoo.com/fantasy/nfl/news;_ylt=AnlmcEuujf72LJSizkP_dfI5nYcB?slug=bf-skinny_09week7

Slaton also has 5 fumbles on the year


Well, the way we attack the run, count on at least one more.