For those of you aged Niner fans who can harken back to the 80's... "are you still with me" as Huey used to to say. The recipe for success seemed to be the News' a capella anthem followed by team introducing the defense from the tunnel. Oh the memories...
Some say it had more to do with talent, training, and coaching....
Originally posted by boast:
red end zones, cherry red jerseys, Huey Lewis, and a come from behind win? definitely felt like a old school Niner playoff game.
Man it did harken back to the 80-90s. Big hits by the defense taking guys out of the game, reminded me of vintage Ronnie. I don't want to jinx it but damn if there wasn't the ghost of Montana and Young on the field last night.
Originally posted by DJD:
Was thinking the exact same thing.. even had the yardage numbers painted with red highlights. The field has never looked better. The Ol' stick did herself proud
That's a really nice way of putting it.
Amid all the emotion yesterday, I found it odd that my thoughts kept coming back to the Stick and how much I'm going to miss that old dump. I'm sure they'll do a great job on the new park, but it just won't have that whatever it was that the Ol' Stick had yesterday. I'll miss it terribly.
Remember when they put Joe on the cover of Time magazine the week before the Superbowl... it just seemed like the SB was destiny. Not sure what the equivalent would be today as SI and Madden seem to be cursed.
When Huey Lewis and the boys were announced got chills did that bring back some memories or what. Now all we need is Boys to Men to do tommorows. Very cool that Eddie is going to be honorary captain tomorrow. Another great move that will get the fans going
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