Originally posted by Kronos2560:
LOVING THIS! POST THE REST PLEASE!
I FEEL LIKE I ONLY READ HALF OF A GREAT BOOK!
Perfect comparison. As I scrolled I was thinking this reads like a great book. You can vividly remember each play as you read the reactions and see slowly, but surely, the plot turns, confidence begins to get shaken, then takes a nose dive and the forum is in utter panic.
its funny how every one in the world is on this kaepernick high and forgets the guys that really got the team where it is.....uh yeah frank gore and THE BEST D in the league. forgot about him preparing all week and i laughed my a$$ off when they were talking ish about the d at the start of the posts and how their offense was going to win it... then they score 0 after that half against the same squad they were trash talking lmao.
all the crap they were saying about the refs was hilarious, then they loved them after the douglas catch and then back to blaming it on the refs lol
i do feel kinda bad about all the things they were saying about the falcons d failing them, we all know that bend dont break bs nolan runs tooo well and glad it is gone!
real coaching turned this team around instantly, harbaugh for coty again! go niners!
San Fransisco's big mistake was showing their hand early. If they would've kept trying the same thing over and over again and then come out in the 2nd half with this new stuff (weird shotgun/pistol with no deep man option/handoff thing) they would've done what Seattle did. Now you're giving Mike Nolan the ability to adjust to your "new stuff" at halftime. The game is over. Atlanta wins.
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