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Our team is the laughing stock of the NFL

Originally posted by amir_tn80:
We became laughing stock when the Yorks took over and will remain laughing stock until they come to their senses and sell. From that disastrous Mariucci firing episode up until today's "we'll win the division" bullsh*t, it has been a long never ending nightmare. I'm just waiting to wake up and realize the last 10 years have been a dream.

This.

Originally posted by Ceadderman:
I guess we're not THAT much of a laughing stock.

Just now Chris Mortensen(ON ESPN opposite Mike Gollic) said with a straight face "49ers to the Super Bowl"

I don't see it but I still see Division though.

At least this losing streak is good for one thing. Only true fans of this team will be around when they do make the Playoffs.

~Ceadder

Trust me, for the past few years we've only had true fans. Only successful teams get bandwagon fans.
Originally posted by 49erfeeeever808:
i had to hear it from a rams fan last night. RAMS.



we just might be, at least the Bills owner is man enough to admit his team is a disaster, but Jed is hogging all the koolaid around here
It's not that they have faith in Alex Smith it's that there just isn't anyone else who they believe in that can get the job done.
Originally posted by ZRF80:
Well its obvious that neither Mariucci, Irvin, or Sanders know anything about football. They're has-beens, and jealous that Smith will eventually breakout once he gets a decent oline, wide receivers that can run their routes, wide receivers that can catch, wide receivers that can stop-turn around-run back 5 yards and make a play on the ball, offensive coordinator that can call good plays, a coach that will release Alex from his bondage, a stadium where the wind doesnt affect the spin on the ball, a fanbase that will support Alex and root for him no matter what, etc.

When all these things happen, then the joke's on you Mr. Mariucci, Irvin, and Sanders.

Dude, I hope you are being sarcastic.
We'll have the last laugh after we win 9 of our last 11 games and win the West. No, I'm not smoking crack. The schedule came down on us hard for our first five games. Sure, we didn't do ourselves any favors by throwing away two games (Nate, Alex). Still, we'll win the next six in a row to pull into a tie for first and then start watching all those "experts" start jumping on the 49ers bangwagon...at which point, we'll gracefully kick them in the nards and tell them to go stuff themselves. Yep.
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Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by gage:
Originally posted by 9erred:
Originally posted by ZRF80:
Well its obvious that neither Mariucci, Irvin, or Sanders know anything about football. They're has-beens, and jealous that Smith will eventually breakout once he gets a decent oline, wide receivers that can run their routes, wide receivers that can catch, wide receivers that can stop-turn around-run back 5 yards and make a play on the ball, offensive coordinator that can call good plays, a coach that will release Alex from his bondage, a stadium where the wind doesnt affect the spin on the ball, a fanbase that will support Alex and root for him no matter what, etc.

When all these things happen, then the joke's on you Mr. Mariucci, Irvin, and Sanders.

I am jealous of the fricking Cardinals, Larry Fitzgerald et al rallying around Max Hall to try to help him to succeed. The team did not support leinhart, and the coach got rid of Leinhart. Alex Smith has lost his teammates and the fans. If I was in charge I would cut Alex Smith today, bring up Nate Davis from practice squad and start Troy Smith the rest of the season. It could get no worse than 0-5.

He's lost fans to be sure, but his teammates openly have his back.

That's because his teammates don't know anything else but crap QB play. The Cardinals had Warner to compare Lienart to and they knew when they saw suckiness.

Wow, you sure give them so little credit for possessing any sort of intelligence. As if none of these players have never seen one of the elite QB's play. That's a horribly weak argument, Joe. You're just throwing things out there grasping for straws on that one. Give them the benefit of the doubt that they at least possess brains to know the difference. Alex isn't a superstar, we all know that, but they're not blindly backing him.

They are blindly backing him. It's there way of not allowing the lockerroom to blow up. Imagine if the players actually started questioning Smith and Sing's decisions. What then ?
Deion and Irvin can take a long walk off a short pier. Fran Charles? Has he ever played a down in the NFL? Mooch? He might be the only one who has a legit grip with the 9ers, although he seems like he's pretty classy and would be above it.
Originally posted by ZRF80:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Joecool:
Originally posted by gage:
Originally posted by 9erred:
Originally posted by ZRF80:
Well its obvious that neither Mariucci, Irvin, or Sanders know anything about football. They're has-beens, and jealous that Smith will eventually breakout once he gets a decent oline, wide receivers that can run their routes, wide receivers that can catch, wide receivers that can stop-turn around-run back 5 yards and make a play on the ball, offensive coordinator that can call good plays, a coach that will release Alex from his bondage, a stadium where the wind doesnt affect the spin on the ball, a fanbase that will support Alex and root for him no matter what, etc.

When all these things happen, then the joke's on you Mr. Mariucci, Irvin, and Sanders.

I am jealous of the fricking Cardinals, Larry Fitzgerald et al rallying around Max Hall to try to help him to succeed. The team did not support leinhart, and the coach got rid of Leinhart. Alex Smith has lost his teammates and the fans. If I was in charge I would cut Alex Smith today, bring up Nate Davis from practice squad and start Troy Smith the rest of the season. It could get no worse than 0-5.

He's lost fans to be sure, but his teammates openly have his back.

That's because his teammates don't know anything else but crap QB play. The Cardinals had Warner to compare Lienart to and they knew when they saw suckiness.

Wow, you sure give them so little credit for possessing any sort of intelligence. As if none of these players have never seen one of the elite QB's play. That's a horribly weak argument, Joe. You're just throwing things out there grasping for straws on that one. Give them the benefit of the doubt that they at least possess brains to know the difference. Alex isn't a superstar, we all know that, but they're not blindly backing him.

They are blindly backing him. It's there way of not allowing the lockerroom to blow up. Imagine if the players actually started questioning Smith and Sing's decisions. What then ?

lol your op was funny as hell man

yeah that's why they were laughing at the 9ers cause they don't know football and are has beens you really are too much

last time I checked the last playoff game that was won Mooch was the coach last super bowl Mr Sanders was the CB and I hate the cowboys but you have to respect a HOF wide out

the reason for them laughing is that it was pathetically comical how this team turns the ball over 5 times and loses by 3 points

this team is pretty funny, no wonder we got picked to get clowned overseas
Originally posted by DShanghai69er:
We'll have the last laugh after we win 9 of our last 11 games and win the West. No, I'm not smoking crack. The schedule came down on us hard for our first five games. Sure, we didn't do ourselves any favors by throwing away two games (Nate, Alex). Still, we'll win the next six in a row to pull into a tie for first and then start watching all those "experts" start jumping on the 49ers bangwagon...at which point, we'll gracefully kick them in the nards and tell them to go stuff themselves. Yep.

Even if we did win the next 9, AZ and Seattle have to lose games. Seattle probably will lose games but AZ is getting lucky. They beat the Saints, whom we couldn't even beat because of our own mistakes.

If we can put up 20+ points a game, we'll win. Our offense can do this, its just the mistakes that always kills the drive.
I think Singletary was translated incorrectly by the media when he told them last year, "I Want Weiners".

Cheers.
As well as it should be. When you talk as much as this organization has, fall flat on your face, and lose in 5 spectaculary bad ways, you deserve to be every bit of the running joke of the league.
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Originally posted by ZRF80:
Well its obvious that neither Mariucci, Irvin, or Sanders know anything about football. They're has-beens, and jealous that Smith will eventually breakout once he gets a decent oline, wide receivers that can run their routes, wide receivers that can catch, wide receivers that can stop-turn around-run back 5 yards and make a play on the ball, offensive coordinator that can call good plays, a coach that will release Alex from his bondage, a stadium where the wind doesnt affect the spin on the ball, a fanbase that will support Alex and root for him no matter what, etc.

When all these things happen, then the joke's on you Mr. Mariucci, Irvin, and Sanders.

You forgot the same coaching staff for 5+ years straight to ensure continuity.