I look at it as progress, and maybe hope the O-line will finally be decent. An offensive line with two rookie starters on it is going to take some time to gel. O-line play was much better than the first game and the 49ers had 400 yards of offense tonight compared to 250 against Seattle, a definite major step in the right direction.
Originally posted by franchise253: Good teams don't turn the ball over four times.
Good teams don't beat themselves.
7 years and counting of no play-offs.
But seriously though, keep hanging on to hoping these moral victories will one day change.
That is great. So what do you want people to do then? Should we all just stop talking about this season because it is over after 2 games? We can't discuss the good things that we saw from a tough game against the defending champs? The game is over, so now you move on. You evaluate what you can do better, and you try to win next week. All signs point to the fact that the Niners can do it, so now we see if they do. I think that posts like this are cowardly, and show a lack of being able to cope with dissapointment! (Not a personal attack!)
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