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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 15)

Originally posted by Afrikan:
Originally posted by nevadalove9ers2:
Brady tantrum after the timeout might have been the best part of the game. f**king child!! Hahaha


"I want my juice box!"
The PI on Brown was incidental contact and not PI that was BS. The fumble on Walker was not a fumble but an incomplete pass. The Niners battled the elements, the Pats, and the refs, and still WON!
Is Justin Smith's elbow okay?
Originally posted by pahlerbj:
Originally posted by Afrikan:
Originally posted by nevadalove9ers2:
Brady tantrum after the timeout might have been the best part of the game. f**king child!! Hahaha


"I want my juice box!"

How was Brady not flagged for this!
  • cciowa
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each time i dog the team and pick them to get beat, they win so i will stay in that mind set! i am very happy I was proven wrong last night as i was sure we were going to make mistakes and give the pats lots of extra chances. i should stop doubting our defense even though I was upset the coaches let off the gas for a while last night on defense which gave the pats momentum. aside from the offensive line and possible penalties i did not have to many concerns about ck and thank god the coaches allowed him to pass the ball which he does very well . the ability to move in the pocket is something not seen and much needed since garcia. i dd not think we were playing good football coming into sunday and we were not . i thought we were struggling in key areas and we were. posters have tried to tell me the nfl is pretty odd this year and our team is just hard to figure. i also need to keep in mind that this team does seem to play thier best in prime time games. yep, when i look back on my pre game thoughts before the bears and pats they seem pretty foolish now and i am more than ok with looked foolish today.
Originally posted by hofer36:
Originally posted by jreff22:
Originally posted by D_Niner:
Jreff,

You're kinda all over the place. can't you just be happy for the win and good game from our QB?
If the stupid mistakes get fixed I will be happy. I still see a lot of holes that need fixing. That stupid diamond formation is a waste.


if roman learns a lesson from this game i hope it is if niners get a big league, just bag the pistol, or the diamond or any other gimmicks, and put gore in the i formation with miller ahead of him and run out the clock

When you have been anti-Kap ... you are running out of things to knock him. He is not right for us because:
  • Throwing motion won't work in NFL
  • Won't be able to run or throw in the NFL like he did at his little college.
  • Tolzien and J. Johnson should be ahead of him.
  • We should have drafted Ponder, Gabbert, Locker (and give up our #2) instead of Aldon and Colin.
  • Let him ride the bench for two more years while A. Smith tries to beat the Giants again.

We ignore that no experts gave the Niners a chance. Patriots peaking, just dismantled best team Texans week before.

But we can sure make a big deal about not getting plays called in time or snaps correct. Like these are going to be lingering issues.
Hi guys,

Just popping in to congratulate you all and your team. We all watch football with a rooting interest, but also in order to see great athletes and great coaches doing impressive things. What I saw last night was just fantastic sports entertainment, not in the WWE sense but a great contest fought tooth and nail, with excellent athleticism, hunger, and technical execution all around. Hoping for a rematch, even if having to go into Denver in January seems a hopeless proposition. As the Niners showed, there's no such thing.
Originally posted by Wrathman:
Originally posted by pahlerbj:
Originally posted by Afrikan:
Originally posted by nevadalove9ers2:
Brady tantrum after the timeout might have been the best part of the game. f**king child!! Hahaha


"I want my juice box!"

How was Brady not flagged for this!
I think the "Brady" part of your sentence answers that question fairly handily.
Originally posted by NorthEasterner:
Hi guys,

Just popping in to congratulate you all and your team. We all watch football with a rooting interest, but also in order to see great athletes and great coaches doing impressive things. What I saw last night was just fantastic sports entertainment, not in the WWE sense but a great contest fought tooth and nail, with excellent athleticism, hunger, and technical execution all around. Hoping for a rematch, even if having to go into Denver in January seems a hopeless proposition. As the Niners showed, there's no such thing.

North.... your team has more than enough to bring it to Denver, even at home.

Hell of a game last night, and good luck the rest of the way.
Originally posted by OldJoe:
When you have been anti-Kap ... you are running out of things to knock him. He is not right for us because:
  • Throwing motion won't work in NFL
  • Won't be able to run or throw in the NFL like he did at his little college.
  • Tolzien and J. Johnson should be ahead of him.
  • We should have drafted Ponder, Gabbert, Locker (and give up our #2) instead of Aldon and Colin.
  • Let him ride the bench for two more years while A. Smith tries to beat the Giants again.

We ignore that no experts gave the Niners a chance. Patriots peaking, just dismantled best team Texans week before.

But we can sure make a big deal about not getting plays called in time or snaps correct. Like these are going to be lingering issues.

Man, hearing people say he should sit next year too was . Again, we've heard it all. He can't throw for TD's. His throwing motion will cause DB's to get an early jump on him and pick off passes. He's regressing. He only has a few games of tape on him...teams willl adjust. We've heard it all and yet he continues to prove people wrong. Good on him.
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Originally posted by NorthEasterner:
Hi guys,

Just popping in to congratulate you all and your team. We all watch football with a rooting interest, but also in order to see great athletes and great coaches doing impressive things. What I saw last night was just fantastic sports entertainment, not in the WWE sense but a great contest fought tooth and nail, with excellent athleticism, hunger, and technical execution all around. Hoping for a rematch, even if having to go into Denver in January seems a hopeless proposition. As the Niners showed, there's no such thing.

Great class coming in here and congratulating us on our team. I'd like to think we'd have done the same if we'd lost, I would've but I dont frequent other boards and dont know of NE boards websites.

I agree it was an EPIC game in every sense of the word. I missed and 1 of our TDs and 3 of your TDs while I was helping my father-in-law fix a window lol. So I'm kinda pissed I didn't see the game in its entirety.
That Brady meltdown did deserve an unsportsmanlike conduct flag, especially when you look at some of the other incidents when the flag has been thrown. I've always been a Niner fan, but I've liked Brady a lot. I have to admit my opinion of him went way down during and after this game. He wasn't a very gracious loser at the podium, was he. He didn't give the Niner defense any credit for creating those turnovers - they were just their failure to "execute" in his mind. I saw a very physical defense that created turnovers. I say Whitner's helmet on the ball. I saw the Patriots tight end take a huge hit and then go alligator arms on the next play causing an interception. Brady didn't seem to give the Niners credit for anything.
imagine Brady and Harbough on the same team. Oh the fireworks!
Originally posted by sfout:
Originally posted by NorthEasterner:
Hi guys,

Just popping in to congratulate you all and your team. We all watch football with a rooting interest, but also in order to see great athletes and great coaches doing impressive things. What I saw last night was just fantastic sports entertainment, not in the WWE sense but a great contest fought tooth and nail, with excellent athleticism, hunger, and technical execution all around. Hoping for a rematch, even if having to go into Denver in January seems a hopeless proposition. As the Niners showed, there's no such thing.

Great class coming in here and congratulating us on our team. I'd like to think we'd have done the same if we'd lost, I would've but I dont frequent other boards and dont know of NE boards websites.

I agree it was an EPIC game in every sense of the word. I missed and 1 of our TDs and 3 of your TDs while I was helping my father-in-law fix a window lol. So I'm kinda pissed I didn't see the game in its entirety.
I have always found Patriots fans to be a very class act.
Well that is the problem in a nutshell with unsportsman like...there is no exact standard. Goldson because of rep could get one for looking at a guy funny, Brady because of star status gets a lot more rope. Hockey is the same way. rep means a lot when drawing penalties.