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Is our offense capable of putting up 28+ points?

Is our offense capable of putting up 28+ points?

Originally posted by 49ersalldaway126:
Originally posted by susweel:
Yes they are if the can convert more red zone chances.

6 of 8

since harbaugh has been "practicing" on it


well... exclude the fact that we had 2 lucky first downs off penalties and a fake field goal and were 3 of 8...
We laid 48 against the Bucs when they were a hot team. This team is very capable of scoring 28+ And the pressure won't be all on the offense to get it. This team has shown they can score on defense and special team also. The team!!!
Originally posted by Ninerman49:
well... exclude the fact that we had 2 lucky first downs off penalties and a fake field goal and were 3 of 8...

?



and that makes no sense

then exclude the fact calvin johnson caught that lucky pass ...raiders are in playoffs

2006 forget the lucky catch of helmet tyree got patriots win the SB

take advantage of the situation

edit:

btw then if we include all the drops the number would go up too (and there have been a lot of drops)

whatever happens happens
[ Edited by 49ersalldaway126 on Jan 10, 2012 at 9:13 PM ]
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Yes. We've left a lot of plays on the field. There's plenty of games we woulda had 28 points if we just executed better.
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I'm convinced the Saints (and everyone else in the world) has no faith in Alex Smith and the 9ers red zone offense. There were a lot of times when the offense went into ultra conservative mode... I don't see that happening against a Saints Offense that is capable of putting a lot of points on the board.

A little change of game plan... and 2 weeks to work on it... could be huge for us. And I still go back to Smith's Red Zone numbers prior to this year... they were phenominal 100+ rating if I remember right. I think the conservative approach caused Smith to dial it back a little and thus he would rather be safe and get 3, than press and risk turning it over. If its going to be a shoot out I expect that to change... and if we are more effective in the redzone there is NO QUESTION we score 28+
pretty sure we're going to score more than 30 on Saturday.

Just a feeling.


I trust in Harbuagh: whenever we have a big game, we are ready.
Yes, we have had plenty of time to amend out redzone deficiencies, hope we trade our regular 3 for 7.
Our team as a whole will put up points and be over 28+. I think the D and STs will chime in with a TD each, Alex with his 2, Gore with this 1 running TD and Akers with his 4FGs.
No, but the team is. If they get a TD from the defense or special teams they could get to 28.
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
We laid 48 against the Bucs when they were a hot team. This team is very capable of scoring 28+ And the pressure won't be all on the offense to get it. This team has shown they can score on defense and special team also. The team!!!

Nice
obviousley consdering weve done it this year more than once?
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Originally posted by HessianDud:
pretty sure we're going to score more than 30 on Saturday.

Just a feeling.


I trust in Harbuagh: whenever we have a big game, we are ready.

High five!
Four TDs in 60 minutes? Why not? Sure they can.
[ Edited by djfullshred on Jan 11, 2012 at 8:58 AM ]
the question was, is the offense capable...

i don't think they are, but i think the team as a whole can easily put up 28 points.
Originally posted by TheG0RE49er:
the question was, is the offense capable...

i don't think they are, but i think the team as a whole can easily put up 28 points.

how many TD's has our d/st scored this season? 3?