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

Love the fact that we went in to New England and beat the Pats even though we didn't play near our best football. We threw away scoring chances early and still won. A little concerned how Brady carved up the defense in the 2nd half but a win is a win. Oh and Akers HAS to go. Missing within 40 yards consistently? no good
Originally posted by Kalen49ers:
Love the fact that we went in to New England and beat the Pats even though we didn't play near our best football. We threw away scoring chances early and still won. A little concerned how Brady carved up the defense in the 2nd half but a win is a win. Oh and Akers HAS to go. Missing within 40 yards consistently? no good


He did NOTHING different than he did in the first half. What he capitalized off of was the politics of the 49ers coaching staff. The defense was gassed. because they almost played two quarters straight. If add the opportunities missed, the score is not indicative of the quality of the game.
Im still on cloud 9, after last nights win!
Keyshawn Johnson was just talking about how Kaep was missing open receivers last night, said you could see it from the overhead view. Sounds good to me, he threw 4 TD's and beat the Pats in their house...and he'll get better. I think we'll be scary good for the next couple years.
Originally posted by RabidNiner:
Keyshawn Johnson was just talking about how Kaep was missing open receivers last night, said you could see it from the overhead view. Sounds good to me, he threw 4 TD's and beat the Pats in their house...and he'll get better. I think we'll be scary good for the next couple years.

I wonder if he counted the TD to walker? Two other guys were open on that play
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by Snider8706:
Lost all respect for the patriots after last nights game, fishing for calls all night and crying when they don't get them. The only one I give props is to wood head, little guy plays with a lot of heart.

Patriots act like that almost every game

Ya this has been going on for years. Whiniest team in football.
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by RabidNiner:
Keyshawn Johnson was just talking about how Kaep was missing open receivers last night, said you could see it from the overhead view. Sounds good to me, he threw 4 TD's and beat the Pats in their house...and he'll get better. I think we'll be scary good for the next couple years.

I wonder if he counted the TD to walker? Two other guys were open on that play

Also said that our defensive players were the biggest he'd seen, and that he wouldn't want to be out there
Originally posted by GNielsen:
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.

My opinion of him sank before the game even began. ...when he does the old farmer blow of his nose while everyone is to be observing a moment of silence in honor of the tragedy. Sorry example.
Originally posted by Mankster:
Originally posted by GNielsen:
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.

My opinion of him sank before the game even began. ...when he does the old farmer blow of his nose while everyone is to be observing a moment of silence in honor of the tragedy. Sorry example.

Didn't notice that, but I agree. I have always liked Brady, his story of being a six round pick and rising to become one of the best QB's in the League, possibly ever. Just watching him last night really lowered my opinion, he's still a great QB but I have little respect for him now.
Kudos on the win, 49ers. Whatever the reasons the "experts" say, the best team won last night. For us, is a sour taste in the mouth with the team heading to Jacksonville. For you, it's a great boost with your team playing at the hardest football field in the NFL next SNF. That's gonna be a great game too. We get a huge dose of humbliness this week. I can recall the Steelers and Ravens, and the Giants 4-front can own Brady's a**, but this is definitely the best defense we have faced in a whole lot of time. Yea is Brady and the sofocating no-huddle offense, but I still think it was Fangio and Harbaugh who soften them up, because that was gonna be a massacre for the ages if they kept on. I hope a team like yours makes it far into the playoffs (SB maybe?); I'm tired of the suddenly-hot teams taking over the NFC (Giants ); I just think you have to earn it in the regular season too.
Good luck, guys.
Originally posted by josh24:
Kudos on the win, 49ers. Whatever the reasons the "experts" say, the best team won last night. For us, is a sour taste in the mouth with the team heading to Jacksonville. For you, it's a great boost with your team playing at the hardest football field in the NFL next SNF. That's gonna be a great game too. We get a huge dose of humbliness this week. I can recall the Steelers and Ravens, and the Giants 4-front can own Brady's a**, but this is definitely the best defense we have faced in a whole lot of time. Yea is Brady and the sofocating no-huddle offense, but I still think it was Fangio and Harbaugh who soften them up, because that was gonna be a massacre for the ages if they kept on. I hope a team like yours makes it far into the playoffs (SB maybe?); I'm tired of the suddenly-hot teams taking over the NFC (Giants ); I just think you have to earn it in the regular season too.
Good luck, guys.

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Originally posted by josh24:
Kudos on the win, 49ers. Whatever the reasons the "experts" say, the best team won last night. For us, is a sour taste in the mouth with the team heading to Jacksonville. For you, it's a great boost with your team playing at the hardest football field in the NFL next SNF. That's gonna be a great game too. We get a huge dose of humbliness this week. I can recall the Steelers and Ravens, and the Giants 4-front can own Brady's a**, but this is definitely the best defense we have faced in a whole lot of time. Yea is Brady and the sofocating no-huddle offense, but I still think it was Fangio and Harbaugh who soften them up, because that was gonna be a massacre for the ages if they kept on. I hope a team like yours makes it far into the playoffs (SB maybe?); I'm tired of the suddenly-hot teams taking over the NFC (Giants ); I just think you have to earn it in the regular season too.
Good luck, guys.
Originally posted by josh24:
Kudos on the win, 49ers. Whatever the reasons the "experts" say, the best team won last night. For us, is a sour taste in the mouth with the team heading to Jacksonville. For you, it's a great boost with your team playing at the hardest football field in the NFL next SNF. That's gonna be a great game too. We get a huge dose of humbliness this week. I can recall the Steelers and Ravens, and the Giants 4-front can own Brady's a**, but this is definitely the best defense we have faced in a whole lot of time. Yea is Brady and the sofocating no-huddle offense, but I still think it was Fangio and Harbaugh who soften them up, because that was gonna be a massacre for the ages if they kept on. I hope a team like yours makes it far into the playoffs (SB maybe?); I'm tired of the suddenly-hot teams taking over the NFC (Giants ); I just think you have to earn it in the regular season too.
Good luck, guys.

Originally posted by josh24:
Kudos on the win, 49ers. Whatever the reasons the "experts" say, the best team won last night. For us, is a sour taste in the mouth with the team heading to Jacksonville. For you, it's a great boost with your team playing at the hardest football field in the NFL next SNF. That's gonna be a great game too. We get a huge dose of humbliness this week. I can recall the Steelers and Ravens, and the Giants 4-front can own Brady's a**, but this is definitely the best defense we have faced in a whole lot of time. Yea is Brady and the sofocating no-huddle offense, but I still think it was Fangio and Harbaugh who soften them up, because that was gonna be a massacre for the ages if they kept on. I hope a team like yours makes it far into the playoffs (SB maybe?); I'm tired of the suddenly-hot teams taking over the NFC (Giants ); I just think you have to earn it in the regular season too.
Good luck, guys.

Originally posted by Wrathman:
Man look at Aldon Smith running behind them!

That is an awesome sight!