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Do the 9ers defense have a shot at the record for least points allowed?

hell yeah they can

somethin to look forward to!!
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Originally posted by MacDuCe49:
I'll remind u brees got shut out last weeek against a weak Denver D! So who know maybe we can shut teams out the rest of the way
This!

It also took Tom Brady 57 minutes to score the first TD for the Patriots in their 20-18 loss at home to the TARDS this season.........just sayin..

Originally posted by WookieOftheYear:
the record is 165 by the Ravens. We have given up 103 so far. We have to give 7.75 points per game the rest of the season to tie the record. We still have to face Dreww Brees and Tom Brady
so your tellin me there's a chance? How did this get to page 2 without a dumb and dumber quote?
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
if AS was on defense ..no problem


Do you really need to troll the same crap in every freakin thread? What's your deal????? One trick pony maybe?
Originally posted by eastie:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
if AS was on defense ..no problem


Do you really need to troll the same crap in every freakin thread? What's your deal????? One trick pony maybe?

THIS
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
if AS was on defense ..no problem

I'm not an Alex hater by any stretch but this was pretty funny.
Originally posted by JTsBiggestFan:
Man, that's a super tall task ahead. We'd have to have at least a few shutouts to have a shot.

And being put in that perspective...wow, the 165 by the Ravens was amazing. A little over 10 points a game for the entire season.

If we were to average 13 points a game the rest of the way, that's another 104 points for a total of 207, which would also be awesome.

I think we'll be under 250 points allowed when it's all said and done.

We're on pace to allow 206, yet you act like it's shocking to say you expect us to allow under 250 lol. Also, kinda sucks how special teams/defensive scores we may allow affect that.
12.9 pts/game with Chicago 2nd with 14.3, BUT they have one less game then us so far We gave up 103. The Bears 100 but with another game to go. Unless they can blank the Titans.
well this i know for sure: the rams ain't scorin more than 3 on us
Unlikely. That Ravens team faced inept offense after inept offense. We actually face quite a few good offenses this year. But we still have a chance to be way up there in the record books - which IMO, might be just as impressive an accomplishment considering the level of quality of the offenses some teams had to go against (in particular Baltimore in 2000 - the expansion Browns? The hopeless Bengals? The Steelers offense wasn't so great back then either.).
[ Edited by Evilgenius on Oct 31, 2012 at 6:45 PM ]
We always got a shot until we dont......
Originally posted by Evilgenius:
Unlikely. That Ravens team faced inept offense after inept offense. We actually face quite a few good offenses this year. But we still have a chance to be way up there in the record books - which IMO, might be just as impressive an accomplishment considering the level of quality of the offenses some teams had to go against (in particular Baltimore in 2000 - the expansion Browns? The hopeless Bengals? The Steelers offense wasn't so great back then either.).

I agree, but the Rams/Cards/Hawks aren't exactly barnburners this year. Same deal that Ravens had in 2000 with their division.

There's almost no way the Niners are going to allow the same ppg as that Ravens team did, but they're still on pace for one of the best ppg seasons in the 16 game era. The last 5 games have been pretty insane though, other than the NYG total team implosion.
[ Edited by Disp on Oct 31, 2012 at 7:46 PM ]
no but pretty closes
GO 49ers if anything
Originally posted by Evilgenius:
Unlikely. That Ravens team faced inept offense after inept offense. We actually face quite a few good offenses this year. But we still have a chance to be way up there in the record books - which IMO, might be just as impressive an accomplishment considering the level of quality of the offenses some teams had to go against (in particular Baltimore in 2000 - the expansion Browns? The hopeless Bengals? The Steelers offense wasn't so great back then either.).

Good point.

You can look at say 190-200 points allowed as 165 adjusted for NFL inflation.

In all honesty, all the crap about the modern day passing rules and needing elite QBs to win.........definitely wasn't an issue when other teams scored 10 points a game. We could go undefeated if our D kept scoring to just 10 points a game, with LAST YEAR's offense, lol...

Last year the most we allowed in regular season was 27 points by Dallas. This year in our two losses, 24 and 26 points....

Doubt it is worse than that this season. Playoffs a team may hit 30+ on us....maybe.