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Mario Manningham has a Torn ACL and PCL

Originally posted by mayo49:
It's tackle football. I'm surprised more players don't get seriously injured. Play at your own peril.

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If we are going to sign someone off the streets it better be soon. Crabtree, Moss, Ginn and no depth now.
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Originally posted by hardcore49er:
If we are going to sign someone off the streets it better be soon. Crabtree, Moss, Ginn and no depth now.


And Jenkins, too. I agree though, we need to sign someone before they become ineligable for the post season.
[ Edited by mayo49 on Dec 25, 2012 at 12:45 AM ]
A WR coming off of missing 2 games with a shoulder injury still playing down 28-6 and the game over. Harbaugh getting everything he's asked for. Harbaugh has been a great coach but a poor decision maker when it comes to players playing time. From AJ Jenkins,LaMichael James,Brandon Jacobs to now Mario Manningham. This team is done for this season. No Justin Smith makes the defensive line pathetic, and no Manningham now makes Ted Ginn our 3rd receiver. With 14 draft picks Trent Baalke can now do what he failed to do last offseason address position that have no depth.
^ the sky is falling and it's the end of the world
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Originally posted by SanFranFanfrmVa:
A WR coming off of missing 2 games with a shoulder injury still playing down 28-6 and the game over. Harbaugh getting everything he's asked for. Harbaugh has been a great coach but a poor decision maker when it comes to players playing time. From AJ Jenkins,LaMichael James,Brandon Jacobs to now Mario Manningham. This team is done for this season. No Justin Smith makes the defensive line pathetic, and no Manningham now makes Ted Ginn our 3rd receiver. With 14 draft picks Trent Baalke can now do what he failed to do last offseason address position that have no depth.

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Originally posted by SanFranFanfrmVa:
A WR coming off of missing 2 games with a shoulder injury still playing down 28-6 and the game over. Harbaugh getting everything he's asked for. Harbaugh has been a great coach but a poor decision maker when it comes to players playing time. From AJ Jenkins,LaMichael James,Brandon Jacobs to now Mario Manningham. This team is done for this season. No Justin Smith makes the defensive line pathetic, and no Manningham now makes Ted Ginn our 3rd receiver. With 14 draft picks Trent Baalke can now do what he failed to do last offseason address position that have no depth.

We had so much depth that our #1 pick couldn't even suit up for games. We definitely need more practice squad players, but we still have enough wideouts for 4 wide.
Originally posted by SanFranFanfrmVa:
A WR coming off of missing 2 games with a shoulder injury still playing down 28-6 and the game over. Harbaugh getting everything he's asked for. Harbaugh has been a great coach but a poor decision maker when it comes to players playing time. From AJ Jenkins,LaMichael James,Brandon Jacobs to now Mario Manningham. This team is done for this season. No Justin Smith makes the defensive line pathetic, and no Manningham now makes Ted Ginn our 3rd receiver. With 14 draft picks Trent Baalke can now do what he failed to do last offseason address position that have no depth.

2 of our receivers are now on IR, and we still have 4 on the roster. If that's not depth than I do not know what it is.
Most likely Lockette or Hall get called up from the PS.
Time for another rookie to step up. The injury bug has finally bitten the Niners and at the worst time, but as usual it is "next man up" time. Here we go, AJ. We need you now.
Originally posted by SanFranFanfrmVa:
A WR coming off of missing 2 games with a shoulder injury still playing down 28-6 and the game over. Harbaugh getting everything he's asked for. Harbaugh has been a great coach but a poor decision maker when it comes to players playing time. From AJ Jenkins,LaMichael James,Brandon Jacobs to now Mario Manningham. This team is done for this season. No Justin Smith makes the defensive line pathetic, and no Manningham now makes Ted Ginn our 3rd receiver. With 14 draft picks Trent Baalke can now do what he failed to do last offseason address position that have no depth.

It was early in the 3rd and we were driving ... We score at that point and it's a 2 score game with 1 and a half quarter to go ... hardly "game over" ...
Originally posted by BrianGO:
It was the most intentionally dangerous tackle I've ever seen. I've never seen a player grab a guy by the knee's and then get hit up high like that. They would have thrown a flag if that was Goldson doing that. They threw a flag on us for probably the most gentle tackle of the night by either side.

The NFL is a joke with the whole player safety thing, they contradict themselves week after week. Whoever makes these rules doesn't seem to understand that picking a player UP off of the ground is safe compared to nailing a player to the ground without giving them the chance to fall down.


This ^ totaly agree it was definately an intentional tackle to try to injure Manningham by Hill.

As soon as Hill dove in hard for Manningham's knees there was no escaping a serious injury. The league can not allow this kind of dirty tackling on the field no player can walk away from a tackle like that without sustaining serious damage to their knees..
Originally posted by SkyGod:
Originally posted by BrianGO:
It was the most intentionally dangerous tackle I've ever seen. I've never seen a player grab a guy by the knee's and then get hit up high like that. They would have thrown a flag if that was Goldson doing that. They threw a flag on us for probably the most gentle tackle of the night by either side.

The NFL is a joke with the whole player safety thing, they contradict themselves week after week. Whoever makes these rules doesn't seem to understand that picking a player UP off of the ground is safe compared to nailing a player to the ground without giving them the chance to fall down.


This ^ totaly agree it was definately an intentional tackle to try to injure Manningham by Hill.

As soon as Hill dove in hard for Manningham's knees there was no escaping a serious injury. The league can not allow this kind of dirty tackling on the field no player can walk away from a tackle like that without sustaining serious damage to their knees..

I dont think it was Goldson who got the flag for picking up their WR and slamming him. It was our CB who flew into their WR head first while Goldson was holding him up in the air
When the game got out of reach, JH should have taken an already injured Manningham out.

Hindsight.
it looked bad as soon as he landed with his weight. if you've never had one of these types of injuries, it feels like someone set off an m80 inside your knee. unless he's a workout warrior, he might miss most of next year.