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.
Giving him the opportunity is not the same as him having the ability. lol
Awesome read that was so funny, great way to start the morning, put a giant smile on my face.
Dirty Birds fans are a riot. Credit to the ones who called good game Niners, but most of them are rude as possible and think refs gave us that game, even though most of them thought that catch would get over turned. Thank you for the falcons fan thread posting, made my day.
I find it hilarious that they all thought Douglas' catch was indeed a drop. The refs ruled it a catch and they were life ZOMG THANK U REFS!!!!
Then when we stop them on 4th down and win the game they complain that the refs rigged the game in favor of the Niners.
Plus reading the 1st 2 quarters, they sounded like they won the lottery. Then came the 2nd half, and they were ready to dial up the suicide hotline. So nice to know Niner fans aren't the only fans riding the NFL roller coaster.
Real hard to pick, but one of my favorite quotes.
I just hope we dont **** up after half time like last week
Now you just need to go back and do this from the game day thread.... We are just as bad during games... one touchdown scored against us and 10 people post "Game Over" or a bad play and "Bench Kaep!" or three and out and "Roman needs to go!"
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