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The Bubba Parris Signing Appearances Thread

As far as I'm concerned, Bubba Paris is to Joe Montana what Lawrence Phillips is to Steve Young. If I remember correctly, in the 1991 NFC championship game, Paris allowed the Giants Marshall to sack Montana, knocking him out of the game, ruining the 49ers chance for a 3-peat, and effectively ending Montana's career as a Niner. Furthermore, Paris was criticized for being overweight and out of shape that year.
Nobody's going to tell me that Joe wouldn't have pulled a win out of that game with 9 minutes left in the 4th if he'd been able to finish. Ya, Bubba Paris, there's a guy I'd really like to meet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAABWqhNvtg

[ Edited by GoalLineStand on Mar 13, 2011 at 13:40:22 ]
^^^^Craig fumbled the game away
Originally posted by GoalLineStand:
As far as I'm concerned, Bubba Paris is to Joe Montana what Lawrence Phillips is to Steve Young.

Overreact much?
Originally posted by GoalLineStand:
As far as I'm concerned, Bubba Paris is to Joe Montana what Lawrence Phillips is to Steve Young. If I remember correctly, in the 1991 NFC championship game, Paris allowed the Giants Marshall to sack Montana, knocking him out of the game, ruining the 49ers chance for a 3-peat, and effectively ending Montana's career as a Niner. Furthermore, Paris was criticized for being overweight and out of shape that year.
Nobody's going to tell me that Joe wouldn't have pulled a win out of that game with 9 minutes left in the 4th if he'd been able to finish. Ya, Bubba Paris, there's a guy I'd really like to meet.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAABWqhNvtg




Craig lost if for us. He was barely touched and coughed the rock up. LT recovered the fumble
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
^^^^Craig fumbled the game away

Ya I remember, that was the final nail in the coffin. But to clarify my opinion, the team had been on a roll for three years with the greatest QB of all time, who was right handed, then you put in your left handed backup, and it might of thrown off the rhythm, timing, play calling, and confidence of the team just a bit. I know I'm playing revisionist history here, but would Craig have fumbled if Montana had stayed in the game? Would the same play that he fumbled on have been called? We'll never know unfortunately.
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
^^^^Craig fumbled the game away

no sh!t. all he to do was hold on to the ball 3 times without fumbling and ny would have ran out of time to win
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How come a great all time 49er is bashed for one fumble, when he didn't have a history of fumbling, yet we have had a sub par QB for 6 years that half the zone still has faith in? My how things have changed.
Originally posted by BobS:
How come a great all time 49er is bashed for one fumble, when he didn't have a history of fumbling, yet we have had a sub par QB for 6 years that half the zone still has faith in? My how things have changed.
Originally posted by MntIdaGold:
Originally posted by BobS:
How come a great all time 49er is bashed for one fumble, when he didn't have a history of fumbling, yet we have had a sub par QB for 6 years that half the zone still has faith in? My how things have changed.

Originally posted by Janitor:
Originally posted by MntIdaGold:
Originally posted by BobS:
How come a great all time 49er is bashed for one fumble, when he didn't have a history of fumbling, yet we have had a sub par QB for 6 years that half the zone still has faith in? My how things have changed.


f**k Alex Smith!
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Originally posted by Janitor:
Originally posted by MntIdaGold:
Originally posted by BobS:
How come a great all time 49er is bashed for one fumble, when he didn't have a history of fumbling, yet we have had a sub par QB for 6 years that half the zone still has faith in? My how things have changed.


f**k Alex Smith!
Funny how 2 people can have completely different opinions on the same guy. I met Bubba, at a Wal Mart, quite a few years back. He was a very nice guy! I stood there and visited with him for quite a while. He told me that he was an evangelist. Gave me his home # in case I wanted him to come speak at my church, one time. He was also one of my favorite players on those 49er teams.

[ Edited by Gzsfreak on Mar 14, 2011 at 00:15:40 ]
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
Originally posted by TonyStarks:
F*CK THAT ASSH*LE

Met him in Antioch,CA awhile back.

''Hey you're Bubba Paris.''

''Sigh. Mmmhmm.''

''h..s..So how was it like playing under the great ones ever to play the game?''

''(Looks away) So Tim, what time is my daughter ..blah blah..''



WELL FU*K YOU THEN, PUNK!

I am sooo confused. Is Bubba generally a dick?
Sounds like Bubba was with his family and didnt want to be harassed at that particular moment. If he is going to Kmart to meet the fans, that is a specific event and he is ready to answer 49er fans questions
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I just remember meeting him at the Asparagus Festival in Stockton signing autographs and i tried snapping a picture and he would keep holding his hand up to block me - He was trying to sell his autographed pics for $15 a pop! no thanks!
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Man I feel ya...I f--king hated Deion Sanders after I met him.