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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS SEATTLE SEAHAWKS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 6)

Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
Originally posted by Eastcoastniner:
haha why would we be upset they got the W good lord nothing you say makes sense

Um, did you not watch the game?

It was a W against a 4-2 team in a division game. That's a good win no matter how it hapened
[ Edited by Yunchang on Oct 18, 2012 at 8:59 PM ]
Originally posted by diablo:
he does this all the time. He stirs the pot then back tracks when called out for it.

I didn't back track or "stir the pot". I just acknowledged that my mood might have caused me to be overly harsh towards Aldon's bizarre comments. He probably didn't mean it in the way it sounded.
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
Originally posted by Eastcoastniner:
haha why would we be upset they got the W good lord nothing you say makes sense

Um, did you not watch the game?


im assuming youre referring to alexs play but we won a hard fought game against a really good division team to take the lead i see no real reason to be upset..and yes i did watch the entire game he played ok and it could be better but ill take the W and not complain about everything and be negative thank you
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Tiny, enough baiting.

Overall, what I saw was the 49er defense starting to get some swag going. I hadn't truly seen that yet. So that is a very good thing.
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
The defense that was holding and molesting our WR with no calls. 2 penalty into the 3 qtr. Yeah, that defense.

Every time he had a receiver wide open he either severely overthrew him or didn't see him at all. Im sick of cheap excuses
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Originally posted by DirtyP:
He plays like a rookie. Alex Smith can't even hurt a decent defense when our RBs are averaging 8 yards a carry

Not sticking up for him because he missed throws and made a dumb rookie mistake but Seattle's secondary is probably the best in the league. Plus they were holding a lot and got away with it. That being said I am a supporter but he is dang near making me lose my confidence. I don't know if Kap would last long though... he's taking some wicked hits, he keeps it way too much instead of handing it off plus he could have easily had 3 ints on about 5 passes this year. We would have to start playing a different style imo. I think we would have more turnovers and we'd probably start playing less ball control. I'd bet he would go deep a lot. For better or worse.

randy moss ran completely wide open in the back of the endzone and alex couldn't see him
Originally posted by diablo:
Deion thinks the fans fired mooch.

He knows it was the Niner front office, IMO, just making a statement clowining around ... on another note, "Hold on Sprayer".
Congrats on the win guys. The 9ers are very balanced and solid where it counts. Enjoy the victory.

See you in December.
Originally posted by fropwns:
Tiny, enough baiting.

Overall, what I saw was the 49er defense starting to get some swag going. I hadn't truly seen that yet. So that is a very good thing.

I'm honestly not trying to bait, but alright, I'll cool it.
Originally posted by DirtyP:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
The defense that was holding and molesting our WR with no calls. 2 penalty into the 3 qtr. Yeah, that defense.

Every time he had a receiver wide open he either severely overthrew him or didn't see him at all. Im sick of cheap excuses

the excuses will never go away until he's benched

just gotta deal with his suckiness and hope the defense can keep bailing him out
Originally posted by Wrathman:
Most 49er fans don't like Sanders.


we couldve won a few more superbowls if he wasnt a one and done guy.
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Not sticking up for him because he missed throws and made a dumb rookie mistake but Seattle's secondary is probably the best in the league. Plus they were holding a lot and got away with it. That being said I am a supporter but he is dang near making me lose my confidence. I don't know if Kap would last long though... he's taking some wicked hits, he keeps it way too much instead of handing it off plus he could have easily had 3 ints on about 5 passes this year. We would have to start playing a different style imo. I think we would have more turnovers and we'd probably start playing less ball control. I'd bet he would go deep a lot. For better or worse.


He was missing our receivers when they beat theyre man and making horrible desicions. Secondary doesn't have anything to do with that.
Originally posted by pitseleh:
Originally posted by IowaNiner16:
Roger Craig by far was my favorite RB of all time. I grew up in the same town, same school, and met him about 6 times as he opened up a sports bar in the casino in Davenport, IA. But Frank Gore, as of this game has finally surpassed my all time favorite.

Hard to not love the guy. He's been leaned on by this offense for years and hes never complained and always produced. Terrible thing is that he will probably be in pain for the rest of his life for all the beating he's received.

Imagine if Frank had not had all those injuries from college. Then again, we might not have got the guy in the third round. He carries the team when we need him the most.
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by Gore_21:
Originally posted by DirtyP:
He plays like a rookie. Alex Smith can't even hurt a decent defense when our RBs are averaging 8 yards a carry

Not sticking up for him because he missed throws and made a dumb rookie mistake but Seattle's secondary is probably the best in the league. Plus they were holding a lot and got away with it. That being said I am a supporter but he is dang near making me lose my confidence. I don't know if Kap would last long though... he's taking some wicked hits, he keeps it way too much instead of handing it off plus he could have easily had 3 ints on about 5 passes this year. We would have to start playing a different style imo. I think we would have more turnovers and we'd probably start playing less ball control. I'd bet he would go deep a lot. For better or worse.

randy moss ran completely wide open in the back of the endzone and alex couldn't see him


It's like when Alex starts scrambling he tucks his head down and doesn't look down the field at all. By the time he lifted his head back up Randy's window had closed
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
I don't know. Maybe I am overreacting about what he said. We're all a little upset after the game, so perhaps I'm just being harsh on Aldon due to that.

Maybe you're upset after the game (troll), the rest of us are, or should be, happy to have come out with a hard fought win.