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***SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS. PITTSBURGH STEELERS GAMEDAY THREAD (MONDAY NIGHT) ***

Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by ace49ers:
On one of NFLs biggest stages a rookie made his mark and announced he had arrived.

the question becomes how does he play when teams seriously game plan around him?

He'll get double teamed. Put both blockers in a head lock. One in each arm on his way to the QB.

But seriously, we'll just move him around like we did with Haley in the 'elephant' once Aldon gets more experience playing the OLB position and rushing from different area of the line.

This. With an off-season to work with Aldon will be even more exciting to watch next year. The kid is just straight balling in BEAST MODE right now.
  • mayo49
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I creamed my pants during the game and once the game ended. Now, my penis will get a rest until Saturdays game gets closer.
[ Edited by mayo49 on Dec 20, 2011 at 5:01 AM ]
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We were outgained by 100 yards and Pitt was 8-14 on 3rd down. I think we still would've won, but it would've been a much closer and higher-scoring game, something like 27-20. Pittsburgh moved the ball well on us but was hamstrung by turnovers, at least two of which probably don't happen if Roethlisberger is healthy. But our offense also moved the ball well in critical situations. Our limited yardage is misleading because we were working with a short field and playing more conservative due to the lead.
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It helped us a little bit because he's so savy in the pocket when healthy.
I think a lot. WIth that hurt left foot, he couldn't step into his throws. It caused him to overthrow the TE on the pick by Goldson and also made him miss other throws. On top of that, it killed his mobility entirely which is the biggest part of Ben's game. IMO, they shouldn't have even played him. He only hurt his team.
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
I think a lot. WIth that hurt left foot, he couldn't step into his throws. It caused him to overthrow the TE on the pick by Goldson and also made him miss other throws. On top of that, it killed his mobility entirely which is the biggest part of Ben's game. IMO, they shouldn't have even played him. He only hurt his team.

Don't care. Other teams take advantage of us all day long when we have injuries. They did stunt blitzes right up Chilo's grill when he was in due to injuries vs. the Ravens. That's the NFL. Life is tough.... And our D is really good and for real. We still win this game IMO although it would be closer.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
I think a lot. WIth that hurt left foot, he couldn't step into his throws. It caused him to overthrow the TE on the pick by Goldson and also made him miss other throws. On top of that, it killed his mobility entirely which is the biggest part of Ben's game. IMO, they shouldn't have even played him. He only hurt his team.

Don't care. Other teams take advantage of us all day long when we have injuries. They did stunt blitzes right up Chilo's grill when he was in due to injuries vs. the Ravens. That's the NFL. Life is tough.... And our D is really good and for real. We still win this game IMO although it would be closer.
Oh i agree with you man. Just answering the question.
Ben being hurt was a factor. It was his choice and the Steelers choice. They 9ers did exactly what they were supposed to do...beat the crap out of him.
It mattered.

Big Ben is not a statue in the pocket. You have a mobile quarterback who makes plays on the run and then he gets an injury that forces him to be a statue of course that effects the outcome of the game. We won 20-3 but come on now that game was like Baltimore were 1 play changes the whole game. It's a defensive battle and the 1st team to put up that touchdown had the advantage.

Ultimately though it doesn't matter. He was hurt, he played, and we kicked his @ss.
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by King49er:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by ace49ers:
On one of NFLs biggest stages a rookie made his mark and announced he had arrived.

the question becomes how does he play when teams seriously game plan around him?

Others will have to step up when this happens

Aside from J Smith the other have been pretty quiet. McDonald has been solid but isnt getting the pressure he got in the early parts of the year. Parys has done pretty much nothing, and Brooks isn't making noise.

I've noticed lately that Brooks seems to be over pursuing on plays and taking himself out of them.
Originally posted by mayo49:
I creamed my pants during the game and once the game ended. Now, my penis will get a rest until Saturdays game gets closer.


Aldon Smith does have that effect on people.
Aldon has been game planned long before tonight. Dude is consistently double teamed
Put Larry in. He's better.
You want him to take your spot, you go give it to him.
Thank you.

I know this probably was mentioned many times but I love the fact that after Miller burned us a few times we had Grant cover his ass 1 on 1 the rest of the way and boy did he man up and shut down Miller!
Originally posted by fortyninerglory:
Put Larry in. He's better.
You want him to take your spot, you go give it to him.
Thank you.

I know this probably was mentioned many times but I love the fact that after Miller burned us a few times we had Grant cover his ass 1 on 1 the rest of the way and boy did he man up and shut down Miller!

he covered miller most of the game
Originally posted by pakalolo415:
Originally posted by Rocket4989:
they are gonna blame the light

the whole light thing was the work of buffalo wild wings lmao

Damn I should have thought of that first ,Thats funny