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What is Your Favorite 49er Hit?

What is Your Favorite 49er Hit?

Patrick on Brad
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Goldson on Williams
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Whitner on Thomas
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Goldson on Doucet (revenge hit)
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Im with the Patrick Willis hit, He folded that boy lol
Have to go with "Footsteps on Jim Everett, 1989 NFCCG"
Ancient hits . . . honorable mention

Gary Plummer missile strike on Buffalo's Darrick Holmes, Woodall to the house

Jack Reynolds standing up Pete Johnson on the goal line in Super Bowl 16
All Ronnie Lott hits
Gotta go with Pat's hit on Brad Smith. Not the hardest hit I've seen, but it gave me the most lolz.
[ Edited by SofaKing on Jan 22, 2013 at 9:47 AM ]
Whitner hit. He made Pierre go
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
Ancient hits . . . honorable mention

Gary Plummer missile strike on Buffalo's Darrick Holmes, Woodall to the house

Jack Reynolds standing up Pete Johnson on the goal line in Super Bowl 16

Man that play was the s**t
during the nolan years, I think it was Keith Lewis against the Lions or something.
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[ Edited by 1251alex on Jan 22, 2013 at 11:09 AM ]
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
Ancient hits . . . honorable mention

Gary Plummer missile strike on Buffalo's Darrick Holmes, Woodall to the house

Jack Reynolds standing up Pete Johnson on the goal line in Super Bowl 16

Jack's hit was good, but Dan Bunz says "Wha?"

Ronnie Lott on Mark Bavaro
Shawntae Spencer on Jon Kitna

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[ Edited by zillabeast on Jan 22, 2013 at 8:29 PM ]
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Has to be Whitner on Thomas for me.

That hit set the tone for that game.

That game could have turned out very differently if the saints drive down the field and score on that first possession.