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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS. GREEN BAY PACKERS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 1)

Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
Dear Jarrett Bush:

No1curr.

If that's the attitude of GB. then that will be their down fall.
Originally posted by ninerfan4life:
Where's the guy the kept saying we were going to get blown out by GB and that our real season wouldn't start until week 2.

that would be mello
  • Garcia
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Originally posted by Garcia:

it feels so good to finally beat the damn packers. nothing can bring me down this week
Originally posted by Garcia:

Love it...they even tried to spin the refs as a factor? For what? Their first 14 points?
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Originally posted by NCommand:
Love it...they even tried to spin the refs as a factor? For what? Their first 14 points?

There press isn't.

Jarrett Bush said the Packers beat themselves? LOL How? with 1 turnover?
Maybe penalties - but they got there ass whooped.
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by Garcia:

Love it...they even tried to spin the refs as a factor? For what? Their first 14 points?

you read the article or just by looking at the pic ?
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
you read the article or just by looking at the pic ?

When the heading is, "Refs weren't main issue: and Packers know it" it means they were including the refs as a factor for their loss but not the MAIN reason (and the Packers know it). If anything, the refs were a factor in this game even being remotely close to begin with...in FAVOR of the Packers.
Packers' Jarrett Bush says 49ers 'really didn't beat us'

Alex Smith was essentially flawless. Frank Gore ran wild through the Packers defense. Late in the Green Bay Packers' loss to the San Francisco 49ers, we thought the Packers were lucky just to be in the game.

The Packers feel differently.

"We beat ourselves. They really didn't beat us," cornerback Jarrett Bush said after the game, via the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "We just have to hunker down and make sure we're gap sound and get on the same page. Obviously, small things being miscommunicated on the field become big things, so they exploited us and that's what happened."


Oh boy. If any of this sounds familiar, let's replay some comments from Clay Matthews this offseason about Green Bay's playoff loss to the New York Giants.

"The fact is, (the Giants) didn't beat us; we beat ourselves," Matthews told Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports.

Give us a break. The Giants and 49ers pushed the Packers around. Green Bay has lost three of its last five games. Their defense was generally awful for all of last season.

We're starting to think Green Bay's attitude that no team can actually beat them is part of the problem.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000060381/article/packers-jarrett-bush-says-49ers-really-didnt-beat-us
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Originally posted by jreff22:
Packers' Jarrett Bush says 49ers 'really didn't beat us'

Alex Smith was essentially flawless. Frank Gore ran wild through the Packers defense. Late in the Green Bay Packers' loss to the San Francisco 49ers, we thought the Packers were lucky just to be in the game.

The Packers feel differently.

"We beat ourselves. They really didn't beat us," cornerback Jarrett Bush said after the game, via the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "We just have to hunker down and make sure we're gap sound and get on the same page. Obviously, small things being miscommunicated on the field become big things, so they exploited us and that's what happened."


Oh boy. If any of this sounds familiar, let's replay some comments from Clay Matthews this offseason about Green Bay's playoff loss to the New York Giants.

"The fact is, (the Giants) didn't beat us; we beat ourselves," Matthews told Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports.

Give us a break. The Giants and 49ers pushed the Packers around. Green Bay has lost three of its last five games. Their defense was generally awful for all of last season.

We're starting to think Green Bay's attitude that no team can actually beat them is part of the problem.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000060381/article/packers-jarrett-bush-says-49ers-really-didnt-beat-us
the last sentence is just perfect. denial. it was a great weekend in iowa,, so many packer fans are iowa hawk fans and both got beat.hahahaha
Originally posted by jreff22:
Packers' Jarrett Bush says 49ers 'really didn't beat us'

Alex Smith was essentially flawless. Frank Gore ran wild through the Packers defense. Late in the Green Bay Packers' loss to the San Francisco 49ers, we thought the Packers were lucky just to be in the game.

The Packers feel differently.

"We beat ourselves. They really didn't beat us," cornerback Jarrett Bush said after the game, via the Green Bay Press-Gazette. "We just have to hunker down and make sure we're gap sound and get on the same page. Obviously, small things being miscommunicated on the field become big things, so they exploited us and that's what happened."


Oh boy. If any of this sounds familiar, let's replay some comments from Clay Matthews this offseason about Green Bay's playoff loss to the New York Giants.

"The fact is, (the Giants) didn't beat us; we beat ourselves," Matthews told Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports.

Give us a break. The Giants and 49ers pushed the Packers around. Green Bay has lost three of its last five games. Their defense was generally awful for all of last season.

We're starting to think Green Bay's attitude that no team can actually beat them is part of the problem.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000060381/article/packers-jarrett-bush-says-49ers-really-didnt-beat-us

Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
you read the article or just by looking at the pic ?

When the heading is, "Refs weren't main issue: and Packers know it" it means they were including the refs as a factor for their loss but not the MAIN reason (and the Packers know it). If anything, the refs were a factor in this game even being remotely close to begin with...in FAVOR of the Packers.
The Refs were an issue though...
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by Garcia:

Love it...they even tried to spin the refs as a factor? For what? Their first 14 points?

you read the article or just by looking at the pic ?

oh oh I like that kinda party