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2011 NFC WEST CHAMPS!!!!!!

Originally posted by iknoejohnyork:


him.

He looks just as confused now
Originally posted by iknoejohnyork:


When Mike Nolan, head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, takes the field Monday in the season opener against the Arizona Cardinals on "Monday Night Football," he will have already won an important victory - the right to wear a suit on the sidelines.

While most men look for excuses to dress casually, Nolan has fought long and hard for the right to dress up, sparking a controversy that has made him a coach who stands for old-school values, a symbol of a new direction for a struggling team and a suited hero among football fans and fashionistas. Nolan came in at No. 11 on Esquire's Best Dressed list for 2007.



If you gift wrap a turd

It's still a turd
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
Originally posted by iknoejohnyork:


him.

He looks just as confused now

Singletary: YOU'RE WELCOME 9ER FANS!!!
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Dec 4, 2011 at 5:02 PM ]
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
Originally posted by iknoejohnyork:


him.

He looks just as confused now

Singletary: YOU'RE WELCOME 9ER FANS!!!

Are you serious?
Member Milestone: This is post number 1,000 for Dr_Bill_Walsh.
Originally posted by iknoejohnyork:
fake & ghey
The best part about the team is that we've yet to play a perfect game. Today, for instance, we had a crucial TD drop, too many penalties, and some miscues on the OL. The fact that we played in such a dominant fashion, shutting the Rams out and scoring 26 points, should be highly encouraging.

Meanwhile, this D is straight nasty. Aldon Smith is coming up big, and our run D can't be beat. On O, Smith is continuing to improve. He had about 280 yards and 2 TDs today, with only 6 incompletions. Davis catches that pass and Smith is near perfect with 330 yards and 3 TDs. Crabtree is developing into the WR we all hoped he would become, and Kyle Williams adds some much needed speed and trustworthy hands.

Remember, Harbaugh accomplished this--10 wins so far, division champs, top 3 defense, Alex Smith playing well--in spite of the lockout. We are STILL growing as a team, adding new wrinkles and concepts to our playbook each week. While frustrating, the fact that we routinely leave points on the board yet dominate teams tells me that we are going to be a very dangerous, very strong team in the near future.

People keep saying we can't hang with the Saints and Packers. I say that neither team has nor will face a defense like ours until we (potentially) meet in the playoffs. Our pass defense can be exploited, but it is improving. Neither team will be able to run, while, in contrast, we'll be able to run time off the clock with Gore, Hunter, et. al.

All in all, it's shaping up to be an exciting couple of months--something we haven't seen in nearly 10 years.
Originally posted by Bryant4everYoung:
Originally posted by mcbaes72:
So many players to thank for this division win: Gore, Willis, J. Smith, Rogers, both A. Smiths, etc. I'll name nearly every starting player on our roster, especially on D. Plus a standing ovation to Gore for being the all-time leading rusher for the red and gold!

Yup!

Just realized I forgot the clapping smiley...fixed.
feels real good

^ Thank YOU as well
meh




jk
Member Milestone: This is post number 200 for laughsatyou.
I would like to give congrats to Alex Smith, Frank Gore, Jed York, Trent Baalke, Jim Harbaugh, and most of all I would like to thank Brain Jennings.


Originally posted by NinerGM:
Are you serious?

Joke must have went past you. Singletary is probably thinking we should be bowing to him for what we have done this year. Meaning in his twisted World we is the reason we are 10-2 and won the division... he made it all happen.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Dec 4, 2011 at 5:21 PM ]
i want that hat alex smith wore at the press conference
Thanks to all these guys as well: