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

Originally posted by English:
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

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The injuries to the Packers players are not recent. They have been playing without them for a while. Some of them are just now getting healthy (Woodson). Yea we have been 2 and a half games without J Smith, but our run defense has looked like crap and Aldon Smith hasn't been able to do anything since the first half of the Patriots game. Our stellar first quarter against the Cardinals is inspiring too. Luckily we were facing a team starting their 10th quarterback of the season and couldn't move the ball or we may have found ourselves in a 14-21 point hole heading into the second quarter, changing the entire outlook of that game. I think most of us are confident that we can win this game, however i think anyone who follows 49ers football realizes the impact Justin Smith has on our defense and that without him we are going to have a hard time doing the two things that are a hallmark of our defense: 1) stopping the run to force a single dimension offense and 2) getting pressure on the qb with a minimal amount of pass rushers and a maximum number of pass defenders. Not being scared, just being a realist.
[ Edited by AZ9erfan520 on Jan 10, 2013 at 8:21 AM ]
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by English:
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


Ok I apoligize for that. But he was also kind of saying that. Equating the Packers starting tackle and starting pass rusher to the Niners starting tackle and pass rusher is what he was doing. Every team has different strengths and weaknesses. Losing a key position on one team does not mean it has the same effect at that position on another team.

Us losing Brooks is way different than the Packers losing Nick Perry. And that is what he was pretty much saying.
Originally posted by rondoman:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by English:
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


Ok I apoligize for that. But he was also kind of saying that. Equating the Packers starting tackle and starting pass rusher to the Niners starting tackle and pass rusher is what he was doing. Every team has different strengths and weaknesses. Losing a key position on one team does not mean it has the same effect at that position on another team.

Us losing Brooks is way different than the Packers losing Nick Perry. And that is what he was pretty much saying.

Aaron Rodgers took the most sacks in the NFL this year. Somehow, I don't think their o-line has gotten better.
We go into this game with less offensive fire power than last years team. The only silver lining is Kaep seems to know how to find his wide outs, this is offset by the fact that he doesn't seem to remember what Vernon Davis even looks like!

Compare:
Crabs and Smith not as good as Crabs and Kaep
Moss, Slightly better than Ginn
Kyle Williams much better than AJ Jenkins
Gore a year younger about the same as Gore this year
Hunter more than slightly better than La'Mike
Davis with Smith much better than Davis with Kaep
Walker and Smith not quite as good as Walker and Kaep
Dog House Dix, not as good as this years Dix

All in all I don't see that we are any better offensively, and quite possibly a little worse.

Defensively, without Cowboy at 100% we have problems. This will be a tough, but winnable game, I'm looking for the coaching staff to pull out the smoke and mirrors!

We can win out, we can win the tittle, but everyone needs to be ready and on point, no room for error this year!

GO NINERS!!!!!!
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by rondoman:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by English:
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


Ok I apoligize for that. But he was also kind of saying that. Equating the Packers starting tackle and starting pass rusher to the Niners starting tackle and pass rusher is what he was doing. Every team has different strengths and weaknesses. Losing a key position on one team does not mean it has the same effect at that position on another team.

Us losing Brooks is way different than the Packers losing Nick Perry. And that is what he was pretty much saying.

Aaron Rodgers took the most sacks in the NFL this year. Somehow, I don't think their o-line has gotten better.

Rogers (partially) takes the most sacks by choice. In much the same way that A. Smith does, where he would rather take a sack than risk getting rid of the ball in a way that could risk a fumble, interception or intentional grounding penalty. Not saying their line doesn't have issues, by there is more to that stat than "it's easy to sack Rogers because his line sucks". A large part of that is the way he plays and the decisions he does (or doesn't) make. He had half the interceptions, a 20 point higher QB rating and at least 10 more TDs than any other QB with sack totals anywhere near his. The punchline there is that he doesn't take sacks that particularly hurt him. He often takes sacks so that he can live to throw another day.

It's great that you want another reason to support the Niners and believe we will beat GB. But you are kind of reaching here. You'd be pretty lucky have someone agree that it is even a push injury wise. We probably have the more impactful injuries, especailly if Akers and J. Smith continue to be far less than 100%. And with or without a shaky O-line, the pressure that gets to Rogers didn't prevent him from having the best QB rating and 2nd most TDs of any QB in the NFL.

You might want to pick that mic back up. We have every chance to win this game, but it is going to be a challenge to keep Rogers and GB out of the endzone. Unless we get an amazing bouncing back performance from J. Smith and Aldon rounds back into form. Otherwise with those two playing at less than their best and if Akers misses key kicks, our injuries could be the reason we struggle tomorrow.
Originally posted by GolittaCamper:
We go into this game with less offensive fire power than last years team. The only silver lining is Kaep seems to know how to find his wide outs, this is offset by the fact that he doesn't seem to remember what Vernon Davis even looks like!

Compare:
Crabs and Smith not as good as Crabs and Kaep
Moss, Slightly better than Ginn
Kyle Williams much better than AJ Jenkins
Gore a year younger about the same as Gore this year
Hunter more than slightly better than La'Mike
Davis with Smith much better than Davis with Kaep
Walker and Smith not quite as good as Walker and Kaep
Dog House Dix, not as good as this years Dix

All in all I don't see that we are any better offensively, and quite possibly a little worse.

Defensively, without Cowboy at 100% we have problems. This will be a tough, but winnable game, I'm looking for the coaching staff to pull out the smoke and mirrors!

We can win out, we can win the tittle, but everyone needs to be ready and on point, no room for error this year!

GO NINERS!!!!!!

Boone > Snyder (both pass protection and power run blocking)
Davis pass protection this year > Davis pass protection last year
Kap running > Alex running

Kap brings a new big play dimension (deep passes and big runs) to the offense that wasn't there last year.
Originally posted by TexasNiner:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by rondoman:
Originally posted by NickSh49:
Originally posted by English:
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


Ok I apoligize for that. But he was also kind of saying that. Equating the Packers starting tackle and starting pass rusher to the Niners starting tackle and pass rusher is what he was doing. Every team has different strengths and weaknesses. Losing a key position on one team does not mean it has the same effect at that position on another team.

Us losing Brooks is way different than the Packers losing Nick Perry. And that is what he was pretty much saying.

Aaron Rodgers took the most sacks in the NFL this year. Somehow, I don't think their o-line has gotten better.

Rogers (partially) takes the most sacks by choice. In much the same way that A. Smith does, where he would rather take a sack than risk getting rid of the ball in a way that could risk a fumble, interception or intentional grounding penalty. Not saying their line doesn't have issues, by there is more to that stat than "it's easy to sack Rogers because his line sucks". A large part of that is the way he plays and the decisions he does (or doesn't) make. He had half the interceptions, a 20 point higher QB rating and at least 10 more TDs than any other QB with sack totals anywhere near his. The punchline there is that he doesn't take sacks that particularly hurt him. He often takes sacks so that he can live to throw another day.

It's great that you want another reason to support the Niners and believe we will beat GB. But you are kind of reaching here. You'd be pretty lucky have someone agree that it is even a push injury wise. We probably have the more impactful injuries, especailly if Akers and J. Smith continue to be far less than 100%. And with or without a shaky O-line, the pressure that gets to Rogers didn't prevent him from having the best QB rating and 2nd most TDs of any QB in the NFL.

You might want to pick that mic back up. We have every chance to win this game, but it is going to be a challenge to keep Rogers and GB out of the endzone. Unless we get an amazing bouncing back performance from J. Smith and Aldon rounds back into form. Otherwise with those two playing at less than their best and if Akers misses key kicks, our injuries could be the reason we struggle tomorrow.

Man you guys are scared. I never said we'd dominate. I just don't understand why people are so worried. We match up well with the Pack.

And it's Rodgers, with a D. Just helpin ya out.
[ Edited by NickSh49 on Jan 11, 2013 at 12:31 PM ]
Am I scared of a team that couldn't beat the vikings (week 17) without Harvin? No. And the only reason they won in the WC round is because of Joe Webb. We beat them in every category except the passing game, and our D matches up well with Rodgers. Some of you guys need to tune out of ESPN.
[ Edited by SFTifoso on Jan 11, 2013 at 1:32 PM ]
Originally posted by SFTifoso:
Am I scared of a team that couldn't beat the vikings (week 17) without Harvin? No. And the only reason they won in the WC round is because of Joe Webb. We beat them in every category except the passing game, and our D matches up well with Rodgers. Some of you guys need to tune out of ESPN.

This guy. I like this guy.
Originally posted by father49er:
Originally posted by GolittaCamper:
We go into this game with less offensive fire power than last years team. The only silver lining is Kaep seems to know how to find his wide outs, this is offset by the fact that he doesn't seem to remember what Vernon Davis even looks like!

Compare:
Crabs and Smith not as good as Crabs and Kaep
Moss, Slightly better than Ginn
Kyle Williams much better than AJ Jenkins
Gore a year younger about the same as Gore this year
Hunter more than slightly better than La'Mike
Davis with Smith much better than Davis with Kaep
Walker and Smith not quite as good as Walker and Kaep
Dog House Dix, not as good as this years Dix

All in all I don't see that we are any better offensively, and quite possibly a little worse.

Defensively, without Cowboy at 100% we have problems. This will be a tough, but winnable game, I'm looking for the coaching staff to pull out the smoke and mirrors!

We can win out, we can win the tittle, but everyone needs to be ready and on point, no room for error this year!

GO NINERS!!!!!!

Boone > Snyder (both pass protection and power run blocking)
Davis pass protection this year > Davis pass protection last year
Kap running > Alex running

Kap brings a new big play dimension (deep passes and big runs) to the offense that wasn't there last year.

LOL, I almost forgot, we upgraded from a rust gate to brick wall at right guard! go BOOOOOOOONE!