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It's funny to rewatch that in hindsight. That said, the Packers are healthy, have all their receivers back (WR/TE's) and C.Woodson is back. They are a different team with all these players back (experience). That said, everyone knows how they will attack us but their OL is still their weakness and it always comes down to getting to Rodgers and putting him on his ass and on offense, controlling the TOP and keeping him on the sidelines WHILE scoring TD's. Period.
Originally posted by SFTifoso:
Dilfer and Deion are already all over the Packers' nuts.

Dilfer is on our nuts. He wont pick the Pacers...guaranteed.
I'm also tired of hearing about how amazing the Packers D was last night. They stopped AP because they knew Joe Webb couldn't throw. They stacked the box all game and didn't worry about the passing game. If they stack the box to stop Gore, Kap will pick me apart.
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Originally posted by NCommand:
It's funny to rewatch that in hindsight. That said, the Packers are healthy, have all their receivers back (WR/TE's) and C.Woodson is back. They are a different team with all these players back (experience). That said, everyone knows how they will attack us but their OL is still their weakness and it always comes down to getting to Rodgers and putting him on his ass and on offense, controlling the TOP and keeping him on the sidelines WHILE scoring TD's. Period.
to bad we do not have a good defensive line .with justin at less than 100 per cent. you have seen that aldon smith is an average football player without justin in there. i think rogers will have all day to throw.. oh and please spare me the "aldon is tired" b******t excuse.i can not believe our coach said that, that talk is for people already making up an excuse for a loss in a game they have not played yet
Originally posted by jones49:
Dilfer is on our nuts. He wont pick the Pacers...guaranteed.
Yeah he won't pick those darn Pacers man!!!
Originally posted by cciowa:
to bad we do not have a good defensive line .with justin at less than 100 per cent. you have seen that aldon smith is an average football player without justin in there. i think rogers will have all day to throw.. oh and please spare me the "aldon is tired" b******t excuse.i can not believe our coach said that, that talk is for people already making up an excuse for a loss in a game they have not played yet

no you just saw a tired player. you do realize that he was an every down player this yr right? Yes Cowboy was a big reason why he didnt get more sacks. But that aint an excuse. you just whining off emotion. You act as if there is supposed to be no dropoff when you lose the Best DL Player in the Game.
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49ers 28
Packers 21

Go Kaep
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by NCommand:
It's funny to rewatch that in hindsight. That said, the Packers are healthy, have all their receivers back (WR/TE's) and C.Woodson is back. They are a different team with all these players back (experience). That said, everyone knows how they will attack us but their OL is still their weakness and it always comes down to getting to Rodgers and putting him on his ass and on offense, controlling the TOP and keeping him on the sidelines WHILE scoring TD's. Period.
to bad we do not have a good defensive line .with justin at less than 100 per cent. you have seen that aldon smith is an average football player without justin in there. i think rogers will have all day to throw.. oh and please spare me the "aldon is tired" b******t excuse.i can not believe our coach said that, that talk is for people already making up an excuse for a loss in a game they have not played yet

baldinger just referenced a preseason game? i hope he bets his house on the packers
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
baldinger just referenced a preseason game? i hope he bets his house on the packers

Bro...
Originally posted by Niners418:
I'm also tired of hearing about how amazing the Packers D was last night. They stopped AP because they knew Joe Webb couldn't throw. They stacked the box all game and didn't worry about the passing game. If they stack the box to stop Gore, Kap will pick me apart.


Notice that they couldn't stop Peterson in Minnesota? Playing in that frozen wasteland can change a lot of things.
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by NCommand:
It's funny to rewatch that in hindsight. That said, the Packers are healthy, have all their receivers back (WR/TE's) and C.Woodson is back. They are a different team with all these players back (experience). That said, everyone knows how they will attack us but their OL is still their weakness and it always comes down to getting to Rodgers and putting him on his ass and on offense, controlling the TOP and keeping him on the sidelines WHILE scoring TD's. Period.
to bad we do not have a good defensive line .with justin at less than 100 per cent. you have seen that aldon smith is an average football player without justin in there. i think rogers will have all day to throw.. oh and please spare me the "aldon is tired" b******t excuse.i can not believe our coach said that, that talk is for people already making up an excuse for a loss in a game they have not played yet


I didn't realize that Justin Smith creates a field of energy that surrounds Aldon, allowing him to pancake O-linemen by himself.

Against the Patriots, Aldon was terrorizing Brady. In the second half (when Justin was hurt), Brady got rid of the ball in two seconds with quick passes; barely enough time to get to him even if you're unblocked. Brady got these quick passes because our coaches when full retard, and when to a soft zone defense.

Seattle -- Aldon Smith broke into the pocket many times, but Russell Wilson scrambled away from him, and no one cleaned up. Seattle (or Fangio) forced him into coverage a lot.

Arizona -- Lot's of 3n out's for the Cardinals, and when they did throw it, again it was with quick passes.

A big part of the reason our pass defense is dramatically improved this year, is because teams have to game-plan around the pressure Aldon Smith brings. They watch the tape, they freak out, call a lot of runs and quick passes, and usually don't do very well at it, unless their quarterback can scramble or we let them back into a game with a soft zone.
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by NCommand:
It's funny to rewatch that in hindsight. That said, the Packers are healthy, have all their receivers back (WR/TE's) and C.Woodson is back. They are a different team with all these players back (experience). That said, everyone knows how they will attack us but their OL is still their weakness and it always comes down to getting to Rodgers and putting him on his ass and on offense, controlling the TOP and keeping him on the sidelines WHILE scoring TD's. Period.
to bad we do not have a good defensive line .with justin at less than 100 per cent. you have seen that aldon smith is an average football player without justin in there. i think rogers will have all day to throw.. oh and please spare me the "aldon is tired" b******t excuse.i can not believe our coach said that, that talk is for people already making up an excuse for a loss in a game they have not played yet

Aldon has been black shirted for practice the past 3 weeks. He's working through something too.
cant wait to go to war with these guys!
Originally posted by BrianGO:
I didn't realize that Justin Smith creates a field of energy that surrounds Aldon, allowing him to pancake O-linemen by himself.

Against the Patriots, Aldon was terrorizing Brady. In the second half (when Justin was hurt), Brady got rid of the ball in two seconds with quick passes; barely enough time to get to him even if you're unblocked. Brady got these quick passes because our coaches when full retard, and when to a soft zone defense.

Seattle -- Aldon Smith broke into the pocket many times, but Russell Wilson scrambled away from him, and no one cleaned up. Seattle (or Fangio) forced him into coverage a lot.

Arizona -- Lot's of 3n out's for the Cardinals, and when they did throw it, again it was with quick passes.

A big part of the reason our pass defense is dramatically improved this year, is because teams have to game-plan around the pressure Aldon Smith brings. They watch the tape, they freak out, call a lot of runs and quick passes, and usually don't do very well at it, unless their quarterback can scramble or we let them back into a game with a soft zone.

Sorry bro not the games I was watching.

I'd like to find the real stats on hurries/knockdowns/pressures. Does anyone know who keeps them, where?

I think Smith can be a good all around 3down player. needs more beef, he's only 23. Also, I agree that he is hurt and just isn't bringing it 100%.

Against seattle he just would not move off Okung to hit Lynch several times. Pain will freeze you like that.