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INJURED RESERVE - Because the media seems to forget...

Originally posted by GNielsen:
A couple of the Packers receivers are not at 100% as well. Nelson evidently has a knee problem and Jennings has something he's been dealing with.

And Cobb has the flu. And Finley is banged up.

There's reason to BELIEVE fellas!
Dont see Nick Collins (S) on your list. Think they actually lost him before the season started however. Big blow to their secondary this year.
Originally posted by frozen49er:
Dont see Nick Collins (S) on your list. Think they actually lost him before the season started however. Big blow to their secondary this year.

He was released last April.
Originally posted by SFrush:
Originally posted by frozen49er:
Dont see Nick Collins (S) on your list. Think they actually lost him before the season started however. Big blow to their secondary this year.

He was released last April.

He was still a starter in 2011 until his injury. Believe he was a Pro Bowler as well (without looking). Good point Frozen.
Injuries are apart of every team every season, I'm not so much worries about who isn't gonna play but who is gonna step up. So far their starters and replacements have answered the call and got a win, even if it was against the vikes... it's time for our guys to do the same.


GO NINERS!!!!
Not sure how many Green Bay games you guys have watched, but that O-line is average at best. NOTHING more. The wide receivers are all kinds of banged up. The defense isn't all that special either. They WERE really hot a few weeks ago but really aren't playing all that great right now. Establish the ground game and get to Rodgers and its a win.
Originally posted by BadgerHawk:
Not sure how many Green Bay games you guys have watched, but that O-line is average at best. NOTHING more. The wide receivers are all kinds of banged up. The defense isn't all that special either. They WERE really hot a few weeks ago but really aren't playing all that great right now. Establish the ground game and get to Rodgers and its a win.

Stats are fun. Guess who was the most sacked QB in the league?

http://espn.go.com/nfl/statistics/player/_/stat/passing/sort/sacks/seasontype/2



*** DROPS MIC, WALKS OFF STAGE ***
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by SFrush:
Originally posted by frozen49er:
Dont see Nick Collins (S) on your list. Think they actually lost him before the season started however. Big blow to their secondary this year.

He was released last April.

He was still a starter in 2011 until his injury. Believe he was a Pro Bowler as well (without looking). Good point Frozen.

He got hurt in the second or third game of 2011. Never played after that.
[ Edited by rondoman on Jan 9, 2013 at 10:17 PM ]
How about this, none of it matters. The team with the most heart will win Saturday. It should be a great game. One the Niners should and will win. Period.
Originally posted by 49ersBest1:
How about this, none of it matters. The team with the most heart will win Saturday. It should be a great game. One the Niners should and will win. Period.

Thank you, Mike Singletary.
Originally posted by BadgerHawk:
Not sure how many Green Bay games you guys have watched, but that O-line is average at best. NOTHING more. The wide receivers are all kinds of banged up. The defense isn't all that special either. They WERE really hot a few weeks ago but really aren't playing all that great right now. Establish the ground game and get to Rodgers and its a win.

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Originally posted by GNielsen:
A couple of the Packers receivers are not at 100% as well. Nelson evidently has a knee problem and Jennings has something he's been dealing with.

cobb had an illness.


Food poisoning somebody?

Originally posted by rondoman:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by rondoman:
Bulaga and Perry are not in the same company as the Niners losing Manningham, William, Hunter, and hopefully not J Smith.

Perry was nothing special and Bulaga was average at best.

Oh, so losing a starting tackle & a starting pass rush specialist is not a big deal?

Let's lose Brooks & Staley and see how that works out.
Also, asinine argument stating us losing Brooks and Staley. Your logic is saying all teams starters are equal, one of the dumbest things I ever read.

That is not what his post was saying. Lash out like this again at another poster and you will have a falling out with the mods
Aaron Rodgers has no clock in his head that tells him when to throw it away. He holds the ball WAY too long, and it will be his undoing. We will get pressure on him, and he will be effected.

Were going to be fine. Gore will run them over, Rodgers will be running for his life, and Kaep will be cool and focused, just like he was on his starting debut on MNF, just like he was going into the Superdome the next week, and just like he was going into NE. Hes proven himself worthy enough to not freak out about him playing a home playoff game against an average defense. Come on now.