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  • mayo49
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60 days
Originally posted by mayo49:
60 days

woooooooooooooooo
Originally posted by DANADA:
Originally posted by mayo49:
60 days

woooooooooooooooo
I am ready now


One first down of the famous 49ers' goal line stand of Super Bowl XVI (January 1982), back-up guard John Choma, #60, shed two blockers and wrapped himself around Pete Johnson's thighs, slowing him down enough for linebacker Dan Bunz and tackle John Harty to make the stop at the 1 yard line.
Originally posted by DANADA:
Originally posted by mayo49:
60 days

woooooooooooooooo

nope



Originally posted by mayo49:
60 days

woooooooooo
Sweet only 6 days? Oh wait you said 60.

/kills self
60 days... freak'n Harbaugh will have our guys in mid-season form when they meet the Packers. There is no such thing as a slow start with Harbaugh.
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
60 days... freak'n Harbaugh will have our guys in mid-season form when they meet the Packers. There is no such thing as a slow start with Harbaugh.

Don't you mean all pro form all 53.
Originally posted by juycho:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
60 days... freak'n Harbaugh will have our guys in mid-season form when they meet the Packers. There is no such thing as a slow start with Harbaugh.

Don't you mean all pro form all 53.

That would be easy... now if he can get Roman to lose the weight
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by juycho:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
60 days... freak'n Harbaugh will have our guys in mid-season form when they meet the Packers. There is no such thing as a slow start with Harbaugh.

Don't you mean all pro form all 53.

That would be easy... now if he can get Roman to lose the weight

He is coach of the century, he can do anything.
[ Edited by juycho on May 26, 2012 at 1:41 PM ]
  • mayo49
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59 days
Originally posted by mayo49:
59 days

We have cracked the 50s. Wooo!!!!


SUPER BOWL XVI - Jan. 25, 1982
San Francisco 49ers 26, Cincinnati Bengals 21
Defenders Willie Harper (#59) and Jim Stuckey (#79) lead the charge for the 49ers, sacking Bengals quarterback Ken Anderson. San Francisco's victory marked one of the most dramatic turn-arounds for any NFL franchise, as the 49ers rose from floor mats to innovative champions. Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/01/17/3360223/from-i-to-xliiii-a-super-bowl.html#storylink=cpy
[ Edited by Paul_Hofer on May 27, 2012 at 10:37 AM ]
Originally posted by mayo49:
59 days

woooooooooooooooo
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