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

Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Cutler 4 INTs. Not clutch

we will destroy them

aldon might get 10 sacks

Cutler fantastic arm. Throws a beautiful ball. But flawed. Wanting to make a play, every plays. Reminds me so much of Jeff George.
Diddo.... that's the first text a sent out to all my friends that hate on the niners by saying the packers d is soft. We are going to dominate off and def. This year...go niners
So according to the talking heads...the GB D is pretty good now




Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Cutler 4 INTs. Not clutch

Not even a question of being clutch, he gets rattled, gets ancy, happy feet, and just makes stupid decisions. Really makes Alex stand out in terms of how far he's come, and how much better he is then Cutler mentally.
I watched the game I don't know about talking heads??? But I thought they looked pretty dam good. 7 sacks 4 pics held them to 10 points and made the bears look bad and imo I think they have a good team
Originally posted by bluecoller49ninerfan:
I watched the game I don't know about talking heads??? But I thought they looked pretty dam good. 7 sacks 4 pics held them to 10 points and made the bears look bad and imo I think they have a good team

yeop we're just that good
Originally posted by jreff22:
So according to the talking heads...the GB D is pretty good now





Yeah, they're apparently going back to the Superbowl, and that we caught 'them' while they were still asleep.
Originally posted by SnakePlissken:
Yeah, they're apparently going back to the Superbowl, and that we caught 'them' while they were still asleep.

we got them on an off weak

phew lucky for us
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Cutler 4 INTs. Not clutch

Not even a question of being clutch, he gets rattled, gets ancy, happy feet, and just makes stupid decisions. Really makes Alex stand out in terms of how far he's come, and how much better he is then Cutler mentally.

Been trying to tell you guys this through the years about Smith. He gave us some small indications of how he would be capable of playing like he is right now. It's understandable that you guys weren't buying it. Because the mental side of playing qb isn't easily seen like a good throw, or a niffty scramble& throw, etc. Smith had gave us indications that he's capable of playing good, sound football. It was just mixed in with all the other crap that he was laying out each Sunday I'm glad you finally recognized and appreciates some of this traits of Smith as being good -- at least.
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Cutler 4 INTs. Not clutch

Not even a question of being clutch, he gets rattled, gets ancy, happy feet, and just makes stupid decisions. Really makes Alex stand out in terms of how far he's come, and how much better he is then Cutler mentally.

Been trying to tell you guys this through the years about Smith. He gave us some small indications of how he would be capable of playing like he is right now. It's understandable that you guys weren't buying it. Because the mental side of playing qb isn't easily seen like a good throw, or a niffty scramble& throw, etc. Smith had gave us indications that he's capable of playing good, sound football. It was just mixed in with all the other crap that he was laying out each Sunday I'm glad you finally recognized and appreciates some of this traits of Smith as being good -- at least.

Yep, no question. The difference between him and Cutler against the same defense was made very clear tonight. You could argue scheme, different O-line's, but when Smith was pressured he didn't falter nearly as bad as Cutler did tonight.
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Cutler 4 INTs. Not clutch

Not even a question of being clutch, he gets rattled, gets ancy, happy feet, and just makes stupid decisions. Really makes Alex stand out in terms of how far he's come, and how much better he is then Cutler mentally.

Been trying to tell you guys this through the years about Smith. He gave us some small indications of how he would be capable of playing like he is right now. It's understandable that you guys weren't buying it. Because the mental side of playing qb isn't easily seen like a good throw, or a niffty scramble& throw, etc. Smith had gave us indications that he's capable of playing good, sound football. It was just mixed in with all the other crap that he was laying out each Sunday I'm glad you finally recognized and appreciates some of this traits of Smith as being good -- at least.

Yep, no question. The difference between him and Cutler against the same defense was made very clear tonight. You could argue scheme, different O-line's, but when Smith was pressured he didn't falter nearly as bad as Cutler did tonight.

Trent Dilfer ‏@TDESPN
#filmstudy Smith vs 5+Rushers was #StraightDealing 11-12 92% 141 yds. Saw it early & got ball out. Product of#FunctionalFBIntelligence
Originally posted by Whomeam:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by defenderDX:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Cutler 4 INTs. Not clutch

Not even a question of being clutch, he gets rattled, gets ancy, happy feet, and just makes stupid decisions. Really makes Alex stand out in terms of how far he's come, and how much better he is then Cutler mentally.

Been trying to tell you guys this through the years about Smith. He gave us some small indications of how he would be capable of playing like he is right now. It's understandable that you guys weren't buying it. Because the mental side of playing qb isn't easily seen like a good throw, or a niffty scramble& throw, etc. Smith had gave us indications that he's capable of playing good, sound football. It was just mixed in with all the other crap that he was laying out each Sunday I'm glad you finally recognized and appreciates some of this traits of Smith as being good -- at least.

Yep, no question. The difference between him and Cutler against the same defense was made very clear tonight. You could argue scheme, different O-line's, but when Smith was pressured he didn't falter nearly as bad as Cutler did tonight.

Trent Dilfer ‏@TDESPN
#filmstudy Smith vs 5+Rushers was #StraightDealing 11-12 92% 141 yds. Saw it early & got ball out. Product of#FunctionalFBIntelligence

Trent Dilfer @TDESPN
#filmstudy Niners Davis # 85 one most his 1 on 1 battles with Woodson in pass game. He blew by him once & AS didn't see it clearly.

^^^ I remember seeing this after re-watching the game. The saftey's we're splitting and Davis was open down the seam.
ALWAYS GOTTA POINT OUT THE ONE BAD
Originally posted by Whomeam:
ALWAYS GOTTA POINT OUT THE ONE BAD

Why do you claim a good critique as bad? Just because it's NOT positive doesn't mean it's a bad thing. It just confirmed what I knew I SAW before he even made those #filmstudy remarks.
Taking that comment a little too seriously there bud.