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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS. DENVER BRONCOS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 8)

Originally posted by modninerfan:
from NFLUK.com
Quote:
As a ticketholder for the 2010 NFL International Series game you will have the opportunity to see two of the NFL's premier teams on the field at Wembley on Sunday October 31st.


on behalf the 49ers and fellow fans I would like to apologize in advance for the poor football you are going to witness between these two teams.

First international tie?
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
Originally posted by modninerfan:
from NFLUK.com
Quote:
As a ticketholder for the 2010 NFL International Series game you will have the opportunity to see two of the NFL's premier teams on the field at Wembley on Sunday October 31st.


on behalf the 49ers and fellow fans I would like to apologize in advance for the poor football you are going to witness between these two teams.


Yeah no wonder the Euros hate our football. The losing team of this game should not be allowed back into the States.

On a side note do you think it's possible that both teams (who were flying to London right after the game) looked past this week in some way toward their trip?

Plus this game in London counts as a 49er home game how dumb is that?

[ Edited by 49erFaithful6 on Oct 25, 2010 at 08:20:30 ]
  • ZRF80
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This wont bode well for the NFL's image in Europe.

I doubt the Niners get any primetime spots next year because of this.
Originally posted by ZRF80:
This wont bode well for the NFL's image in Europe.

I doubt the Niners get any primetime spots next year because of this.

Depends on who they hire as a coach. Bill Cowher or John Gruden, we'll see primetime spots.
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Originally posted by DaDivaRecieva15:
Originally posted by modninerfan:
from NFLUK.com
Quote:
As a ticketholder for the 2010 NFL International Series game you will have the opportunity to see two of the NFL's premier teams on the field at Wembley on Sunday October 31st.


on behalf the 49ers and fellow fans I would like to apologize in advance for the poor football you are going to witness between these two teams.


Yeah no wonder the Euros hate our football. The losing team of this game should not be allowed back into the States.

On a side note do you think it's possible that both teams (who were flying to London right after the game) looked past this week in some way toward their trip?

Plus this game in London counts as a 49er home game how dumb is that?

Denver are not flying out until later this week.
Originally posted by derek_allen_02:
Originally posted by ZRF80:
This wont bode well for the NFL's image in Europe.

I doubt the Niners get any primetime spots next year because of this.

Depends on who they hire as a coach. Bill Cowher or John Gruden, we'll see primetime spots.

The Bills tried. They ended up with Chan Gailey.

Cowher and Gruden have their pick of jobs. It would be very hard with our record, roster, stadium, ownership, and recent history, to land a calibur of coach like you are naming.
49ers lose another close game, 13-10, UK fans boo both teams out of the stadium, and Singletary comes back to 4949 Centennial Blvd to find all of his s**t out on the front lawn.

Singletary then storms the building to punch Jed York in the face, and is tazered 5 times by guards before being carried out of the building (and thrown onto the front lawn with most of his weight-lifting equipment).
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Originally posted by derek_allen_02:
Originally posted by ZRF80:
This wont bode well for the NFL's image in Europe.

I doubt the Niners get any primetime spots next year because of this.

Depends on who they hire as a coach. Bill Cowher or John Gruden, we'll see primetime spots.

The Bills tried. They ended up with Chan Gailey.

Cowher and Gruden have their pick of jobs. It would be very hard with our record, roster, stadium, ownership, and recent history, to land a calibur of coach like you are naming.

This is an extremely sad truth.
Originally posted by 49erFaithful6:
Originally posted by derek_allen_02:
Originally posted by ZRF80:
This wont bode well for the NFL's image in Europe.

I doubt the Niners get any primetime spots next year because of this.

Depends on who they hire as a coach. Bill Cowher or John Gruden, we'll see primetime spots.

The Bills tried. They ended up with Chan Gailey.

Cowher and Gruden have their pick of jobs. It would be very hard with our record, roster, stadium, ownership, and recent history, to land a calibur of coach like you are naming.

Billick and Harbaugh are other options. Maybe not as shiny, but they are solid options.
  • Axl49
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Originally posted by jreff22:

LOL this made my night dude
Storyline:

-Niners without Alex Smith. How much more horrific can it get?!

Will Carr play so bad that it will become a QB audition between Troy & Nate?! (I bet these guys are 2 Carr INTs away from playing, highly possible.)

All I know is that there's going to be another sideline drama if the Niners struggle badly.

  • Axl49
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Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Originally posted by mrbusinessman499:
Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Highly doubt Carr is gonna start next week (Sing hated the signing from the get-go, and the dips**t blew the game). -So Sing is definitely gonna consult in Mike Johnson for the best solution:

A. Promote Troy Smith (a QB Johnson was very familiar with as a QB coach at Baltimore).

B. Re-sign/Promote Nate Davis (a QB Johnson hand-picked from the draft last year, who's in his second year of the system, regardless of learning curve.)

I'd go with Nate Davis, we know what we're getting from him to the least, and we should at least explore such further since the season is shot.


Do u know troy smiths stat when he was a starter at BAL

Probably terrible, but you never know, gotta be better than David Carr
HERE
We're going to win this game....and it's going to piss me off even more.
I say, we're gonna bloody lose, old chum!