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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS GREEN BAY PACKERS GAMEDAY THREAD - PLAYOFFS- 2013 DIVISIONAL ROUND

Originally posted by verb1der:


wow really? that's cool.. i like the underdog role
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by verb1der:


Wow... that's honestly kinda surprising. Also amazed the Falcons are getting no love whatsoever. Is there defense that bad?
Atlanta doesn't have a real good defense and they're over-rated offensively, but mainly it's that television sports personalities are like middle-school girls and the Seahawks are just the latest popular kid in school.
Originally posted by NinerBuff:
Originally posted by Jcool:
Mike Sando, ESPN.com ‏@espn_nfcwest

Odd: McCarthy-led Packers NFL-worst 6-15 in games decided by 3 or fewer pts (1-3 this yr). Counts playoffs. http://ow.ly/gGmrw



So they don't win close games, they either crush teams or get crushed.

Every team has a weird curse, like how we've yet to win a single OT game under Harbaugh. -Better pray the score is close, but that it doesn't go into overtime! :p
Found this quite intriguing. Cant believe the amount of time some of our guys have played.

Will the Packers-49ers game test out a fatigue theory? Packers coach Mike McCarthy spends a lot of time during the regular season and offseason having his coaches do studies. One of his big studies this offseason involved the number of plays defenders are on the field. After a season in which the Packers finished 32nd on defense, McCarthy felt his players were too tired when the playoffs began. The Packers have seven defenders who played more than 880 plays last year. The Packers lost their first playoff game despite being a No. 1 seed with a 15-1 record. The 49ers had an incredible nine defenders on the field for 982 plays, most in recent memory. That doesn't include Justin Smith, who was on pace to be in the 980-plus range before his injury. The 49ers basically use only 13 players on defense in most games. As a comparison, the Falcons had only three defenders with more than 890 plays. The Redskins had six. The Packers had only two.
Originally posted by rondoman:
Found this quite intriguing. Cant believe the amount of time some of our guys have played.

Will the Packers-49ers game test out a fatigue theory? Packers coach Mike McCarthy spends a lot of time during the regular season and offseason having his coaches do studies. One of his big studies this offseason involved the number of plays defenders are on the field. After a season in which the Packers finished 32nd on defense, McCarthy felt his players were too tired when the playoffs began. The Packers have seven defenders who played more than 880 plays last year. The Packers lost their first playoff game despite being a No. 1 seed with a 15-1 record. The 49ers had an incredible nine defenders on the field for 982 plays, most in recent memory. That doesn't include Justin Smith, who was on pace to be in the 980-plus range before his injury. The 49ers basically use only 13 players on defense in most games. As a comparison, the Falcons had only three defenders with more than 890 plays. The Redskins had six. The Packers had only two.
It's a good thing they had a bye week.
Discount double check will be running for his life ALL day......
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Originally posted by GNielsen:
So, your prediction is that a defense which allowed two touchdowns, one coming in garbage time on their field, will allow 38 points on its home field and after 2 weeks to prepare. Hoookay.

umm, in case you have not noticed we are not the same defense we were in week one. 30 plus to the pats, 40 plus to the hawks, justin hurt, suspect secondary,aldon a question mark if justin is ineffective. lets look at things from what is going on now and not what took place in week one. the packers offense is playing at a very high level right now and the no huddle they will probably run may be our undoing
Originally posted by GNielsen:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by verb1der:


Wow... that's honestly kinda surprising. Also amazed the Falcons are getting no love whatsoever. Is there defense that bad?
Atlanta doesn't have a real good defense and they're over-rated offensively, but mainly it's that television sports personalities are like middle-school girls and the Seahawks are just the latest popular kid in school.

All I know is somewhere on the 49ers locker room bulletin board, that is pinned up!
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by GNielsen:
So, your prediction is that a defense which allowed two touchdowns, one coming in garbage time on their field, will allow 38 points on its home field and after 2 weeks to prepare. Hoookay.

umm, in case you have not noticed we are not the same defense we were in week one. 30 plus to the pats, 40 plus to the hawks, justin hurt, suspect secondary,aldon a question mark if justin is ineffective. lets look at things from what is going on now and not what took place in week one. the packers offense is playing at a very high level right now and the no huddle they will probably run may be our undoing

CC you nailed it. Exactly how I feel. Packers are the healthiest and most in sync they have been all year.
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by GNielsen:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by verb1der:


Wow... that's honestly kinda surprising. Also amazed the Falcons are getting no love whatsoever. Is there defense that bad?
Atlanta doesn't have a real good defense and they're over-rated offensively, but mainly it's that television sports personalities are like middle-school girls and the Seahawks are just the latest popular kid in school.

All I know is somewhere on the 49ers locker room bulletin board, that is pinned up!
tweet the players this
Originally posted by rondoman:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by GNielsen:
So, your prediction is that a defense which allowed two touchdowns, one coming in garbage time on their field, will allow 38 points on its home field and after 2 weeks to prepare. Hoookay.

umm, in case you have not noticed we are not the same defense we were in week one. 30 plus to the pats, 40 plus to the hawks, justin hurt, suspect secondary,aldon a question mark if justin is ineffective. lets look at things from what is going on now and not what took place in week one. the packers offense is playing at a very high level right now and the no huddle they will probably run may be our undoing

CC you nailed it. Exactly how I feel. Packers are the healthiest and most in sync they have been all year.
says who?
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by verb1der:
Originally posted by GNielsen:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by verb1der:


Wow... that's honestly kinda surprising. Also amazed the Falcons are getting no love whatsoever. Is there defense that bad?
Atlanta doesn't have a real good defense and they're over-rated offensively, but mainly it's that television sports personalities are like middle-school girls and the Seahawks are just the latest popular kid in school.

All I know is somewhere on the 49ers locker room bulletin board, that is pinned up!
tweet the players this

good idea...I follow The Bro on the twitter...Ima hit him up!
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by rondoman:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by GNielsen:
So, your prediction is that a defense which allowed two touchdowns, one coming in garbage time on their field, will allow 38 points on its home field and after 2 weeks to prepare. Hoookay.

umm, in case you have not noticed we are not the same defense we were in week one. 30 plus to the pats, 40 plus to the hawks, justin hurt, suspect secondary,aldon a question mark if justin is ineffective. lets look at things from what is going on now and not what took place in week one. the packers offense is playing at a very high level right now and the no huddle they will probably run may be our undoing

CC you nailed it. Exactly how I feel. Packers are the healthiest and most in sync they have been all year.
says who?
Says anybody who has followed them all year.
Originally posted by rondoman:
Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by rondoman:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by GNielsen:
So, your prediction is that a defense which allowed two touchdowns, one coming in garbage time on their field, will allow 38 points on its home field and after 2 weeks to prepare. Hoookay.

umm, in case you have not noticed we are not the same defense we were in week one. 30 plus to the pats, 40 plus to the hawks, justin hurt, suspect secondary,aldon a question mark if justin is ineffective. lets look at things from what is going on now and not what took place in week one. the packers offense is playing at a very high level right now and the no huddle they will probably run may be our undoing

CC you nailed it. Exactly how I feel. Packers are the healthiest and most in sync they have been all year.
says who?
Says anybody who has followed them all year.

Um, did you guys see my injured reserve post?
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Originally posted by 49AllTheTime:
Originally posted by rondoman:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by GNielsen:
So, your prediction is that a defense which allowed two touchdowns, one coming in garbage time on their field, will allow 38 points on its home field and after 2 weeks to prepare. Hoookay.

umm, in case you have not noticed we are not the same defense we were in week one. 30 plus to the pats, 40 plus to the hawks, justin hurt, suspect secondary,aldon a question mark if justin is ineffective. lets look at things from what is going on now and not what took place in week one. the packers offense is playing at a very high level right now and the no huddle they will probably run may be our undoing

CC you nailed it. Exactly how I feel. Packers are the healthiest and most in sync they have been all year.
says who?
what has the packers offense been doing in the last month in games in terms of being consistent for four quarters?
what has our offense been doing in the last month in games in terms of being consistent for four quarters?
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