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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS DETROIT LIONS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 2)

Originally posted by JohnBrodieFan:
nice bit on the TV tonight, about how after 30 games, there is kurt warner, then stafford, then dan marino. wow.


He looked scared s**tless all night.
Originally posted by JohnBrodieFan:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Know your history better.

both

Sarcasm from your side make it sounds like you don't know either. That post of your could have gone either way.
Originally posted by jreff22:
you don't have to worry about the HOF stuff, Stafford isn't a Superbowl caliber QB


Stafford looked and played like a big confused manbaby out there.
Originally posted by JohnBrodieFan:
congrats ladies. good victory.

see you in the playoffs.

Originally posted by JohnBrodieFan:
congrats ladies. good victory.

see you in the playoffs.

Will win again, lol
Originally posted by JohnBrodieFan:
congrats ladies. good victory.

see you in the playoffs.


Originally posted by Nes49:
Originally posted by JohnBrodieFan:
lol. stafford 230 yards. smith, 226 yards.

stafford's worst game of his career is still better than smiths.


Yeah. 4 yards better. Plus he threw alot more.

Anyone with a functioning pair of eyes knows that Alex thoroughly outplayed Stafford. Stafford was all over the place with his accuracy.

Alex was razor sharp. I counted 6-7 drops tonight and he still completed 65% of his passes.

Lions troll gonna troll .
Originally posted by MontanaSBGod:
1. San Francisco 49ers

Season Outlook:

The San Francisco 49ers stay atop the power rankings after a second straight win against a 2011 playoff team.

The Green Bay Packers couldn't move the ball against the 49ers' defense, and neither could the Detroit Lions. Holding the powerful Lions' offense to field goals just goes to show the sheer might of the San Francisco defense. If Green Bay and Detroit can't score on the 49ers, who can?

What's more terrifying for opponents is that the San Francisco offense is much better this year. Michael Crabtree is playing like the Top 10 draft pick the team spent on him. Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter are a dynamic duo at the running back position and Vernon Davis provides the spark as a game-changing tight end.

The 49ers might not go undefeated, but they are undoubtedly the team to beat right now.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1336537-nfl-power-rankings-where-does-every-team-rank-after-week-2/page/33

As great as that sounds, I want this team to remain hungry. Don't believe the hype.
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Great win all-in-all but these drops are inexcusable. This has to be addressed this week. I WANTED TO SEE RANDY MOSS GET HIS FIRST TD THAT HOME AS A NINER!
Originally posted by SofaKing:
Anyone with a functioning pair of eyes knows that Alex thoroughly outplayed Stafford. Stafford was all over the place with his accuracy.

Alex was razor sharp. I counted 6-7 drops tonight and he still completed 65% of his passes.

Lions troll gonna troll .

Any chance Stafford would trade those 4yds for the 'W' Smith went home with????? Hmmmmm , thought so. Go fish stir fry .
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
Originally posted by MontanaSBGod:
1. San Francisco 49ers

Season Outlook:

The San Francisco 49ers stay atop the power rankings after a second straight win against a 2011 playoff team.

The Green Bay Packers couldn't move the ball against the 49ers' defense, and neither could the Detroit Lions. Holding the powerful Lions' offense to field goals just goes to show the sheer might of the San Francisco defense. If Green Bay and Detroit can't score on the 49ers, who can?

What's more terrifying for opponents is that the San Francisco offense is much better this year. Michael Crabtree is playing like the Top 10 draft pick the team spent on him. Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter are a dynamic duo at the running back position and Vernon Davis provides the spark as a game-changing tight end.

The 49ers might not go undefeated, but they are undoubtedly the team to beat right now.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1336537-nfl-power-rankings-where-does-every-team-rank-after-week-2/page/33

As great as that sounds, I want this team to remain hungry. Don't believe the hype.
Jim just needs to play tape of the drops and the plays we left on the field.
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
As great as that sounds, I want this team to remain hungry. Don't believe the hype.

We are talking about the guy that got booed by SF fans in his home game. Smith wouldn't give a single fck what is written about him good or bad. Because he knows they could as easily praised him as booed him in the next game. Post not direct at you of course, just the situation.

Edit: Oops! Thought it was the other article talking about Smith. NVM
[ Edited by qnnhan7 on Sep 16, 2012 at 10:46 PM ]
Does Anthony Davis not have a twitter anymore?
Originally posted by wysiwyg:
Originally posted by MontanaSBGod:
1. San Francisco 49ers

Season Outlook:

The San Francisco 49ers stay atop the power rankings after a second straight win against a 2011 playoff team.

The Green Bay Packers couldn't move the ball against the 49ers' defense, and neither could the Detroit Lions. Holding the powerful Lions' offense to field goals just goes to show the sheer might of the San Francisco defense. If Green Bay and Detroit can't score on the 49ers, who can?

What's more terrifying for opponents is that the San Francisco offense is much better this year. Michael Crabtree is playing like the Top 10 draft pick the team spent on him. Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter are a dynamic duo at the running back position and Vernon Davis provides the spark as a game-changing tight end.

The 49ers might not go undefeated, but they are undoubtedly the team to beat right now.

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1336537-nfl-power-rankings-where-does-every-team-rank-after-week-2/page/33

As great as that sounds, I want this team to remain hungry. Don't believe the hype.

Yes.

Also, that analysis overlooks the fact that the Lions were able to run, somewhat effectively, against us and their D rallied and rose to the challenge, before breaking. Really, the game came down to a few poor throws by Stafford on key downs.

I thought the Lions played us very well, and I'm not eager to see them again, like I was against the Pack. The Lions are a much better built football team.
Originally posted by JohnBrodieFan:
congrats ladies. good victory.

see you in the playoffs.

yeah don't count on it, slut!