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Reminisce: Top 10 Candlestick Moments Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZD4naaFdQo



Anyone seen this? Just ran across it the other day and it felt nice to relive some of these days of old. With the off-season as slow as it is now, gotta have something 49ers related to do.
thanks OTC

I was there for more than half of those.........I'm gonna miss that old piece of crap stadium when it's gone.

BTW that goal line stand was beyond epic.
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
thanks OTC

I was there for more than half of those.........I'm gonna miss that old piece of crap stadium when it's gone.

BTW that goal line stand was beyond epic.

I get chills when I watch this. Hair-standing-up chills. Just awesome.
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
thanks OTC

I was there for more than half of those.........I'm gonna miss that old piece of crap stadium when it's gone.

BTW that goal line stand was beyond epic.

damn more than half?? youre lucky the two games i saw at the stick were in the last two years and they were both started by you know who(#11).
Originally posted by Snider8706:
Originally posted by AXEGRINDER:
thanks OTC

I was there for more than half of those.........I'm gonna miss that old piece of crap stadium when it's gone.

BTW that goal line stand was beyond epic.

damn more than half?? youre lucky the two games i saw at the stick were in the last two years and they were both started by you know who(#11).

Off the top of my head without watching the video again I believe the only ones I was not there for was the one against the Saints in 1980, Young's run against the Vikings, The Catch, and Jerry vs. Raiders.

Between the Giants and the 49ers, I've spent a lot of time at Candlestick the last 30 years.
Alex Smith's first touchdown pass in 2005. That was a monumental moment in 49er history.
Originally posted by bigmike55:
Alex Smith's ONLY touchdown pass in 2005. That was a monumental moment in 49er history.

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The wife and I were at 9 out of the 10! The only one we missed was the comeback against the Saints! Wew had seats 11 and 12, Row 19, Section 12 for over 30 years! We saw many great moments in the glory years but none of them can beat the catch in 82! By the way did you know that Joe Cool, the GOAT did not have a stellar game that day. I believe he had 3 or 4 turnovers, 3 INT's and 1 Fumble if I remember correctly? And Walsh totally outcoached Landry on the last drive by running the ball with our feared RB, Rickey Ricardo Patton! Dallas didn't believe we would run the ball and stayed in their Pass Defensive alignment! God I miss Walsh, Joe, Ronnie and Freddie Dean! We ruled the NFL and walked with a swagger we need to get back! Please Harbaugh bring it back!
just beautiful, those were 10 great moments in 9er history.
Mmmm.. Candeltick....
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by bigmike55:
Alex Smith's ONLY touchdown pass in 2005. That was a monumental moment in 49er history.

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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!! Garbage! And we are gonna see him for a 7th year.
Went to half those games and saw the rest on TV. Some proud moments and yes I am f**king old. lol
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Since I live in So Cal I only saw them down here playing the Rams, so my best moment in person is Roger Craig running through the Rams like tackling dummies
Great video!!!
Originally posted by PatrickWillisHOF:
Originally posted by crabman82:
Originally posted by bigmike55:
Alex Smith's ONLY touchdown pass in 2005. That was a monumental moment in 49er history.

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hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!! Garbage! And we are gonna see him for a 7th year.

I was at that game. Everyone was going crazy when he scored that first and only TD. Sadly, they did not realize his minimal TDs would be overshadowed by a plethora of interceptions, fumbles, overthrowing receivers, rolling out to the right and throwing it out of bounds, getting booed at a homegame, and countless loses. To think he may be back for another year makes me lose hope in our beloved 49ers.