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Have we dominated a good to very good team like the Pats did these past two years?

Ive been trying to go through the wins. A dominating win against a quality opponent....closest i could come was the Bears but i think they were fueled by their freakish turnover ratio earlier and theyre showing theyre just a decent team. Can anyone think of a team like that? And whats our defense gotta do to contain those three TE sets the Pats run?
[ Edited by ruthless49er on Dec 11, 2012 at 7:29 AM ]
The GB win was pretty dominating. Remember that they were gifted a punt return TD that shouldn't have stood. Yea, it wasn't the same as 42-14, but it was also in Lambeau.
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
The GB win was pretty dominating. Remember that they were gifted a punt return TD that shouldn't have stood. Yea, it wasn't the same as 42-14, but it was also in Lambeau.


they were still in the game near the end of the fourth quarter. Theres performances weve had were we dominate teams but theyre still within a score or two . Lions comes to mind twice, etc. in terms of a dominating win where we seperated ourselves, how about saints? although they do suck this year
I think if our offense was more explosive we could kill these teams along the same lines as reflected on the scoreboard.
Originally posted by JTsBiggestFan:
I think if our offense was more explosive we could kill these teams along the same lines as reflected on the scoreboard.


yeh but its coming along to the playoffs now. if its not running at full explosiveness by this time, its not changing at least this year.
Green Bay, week 1
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Uh... The bears?
Originally posted by ruthless49er:
yeh but its coming along to the playoffs now. if its not running at full explosiveness by this time, its not changing at least this year.

Wins are wins.

Someone on the Giants board said that it's important for their team to get these blowout type wins since they are not built to win "17-13 type ballgames". They had a 35-13 lead on the Saints and let it creep up to 35-28. I don't think our team would allow that to happen if we were in the same shoes (I know it happened to us last year against the Saints, but still).

I think Patriots are absolutely one of those teams as well. Green Bay too. That explains their urgency to play so aggressively and put points on the board. That's how these teams win.

When these teams FAIL to score many points, trouble rings in. These teams are better suited for games where both teams are in the high 20s, 30s, 40s.....we, Houston, and Chicago fare way better when the scores are kept below 20.

I think Denver could be the best team in the AFC now, but only if they can keep Brady scoring in check. Denver is kind of a blend of Patriots & Ravens/Texans.
Green Bay and Chicago. We don't need a dominating win tho. We've now beaten the Saints twice in the last 2 years as well.

When the 49ers have faced those big number passers, they have played very well.
Originally posted by TinyHandsBigHeart:
The GB win was pretty dominating. Remember that they were gifted a punt return TD that shouldn't have stood. Yea, it wasn't the same as 42-14, but it was also in Lambeau.

That game did close to qualify. The score looked a lot closer than the game really was. As I remember it, there was really never much of a question who was going to win.
The closest was Chicago.

I prefer to dominate and run the score through the roof.

Keeping games close is not smart! Just look at the 2 Rams games. If it's close, one mistake can turn the whole thing around. Like the refs not calling an interference penalty when Moss would have scored that TD.

Last night the Pats ran it up and took Texas out of their game and they had to play catch up and lost.

In our glory years, Steve & Jerry would score first and often and the opposition had to catch up which added to their predictability.

We should have won by 2 more TD's.

Next week is a HUGE challenge.
With young inexperience CK as the QB for the rest of the season, the 49ers aren't going to dominate any good team, needless to say any great team in the play-offs, thus an early exit.
Green bay and the Bears
the steelers last season
Originally posted by ads_2006:
the steelers last season

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