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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS GREEN BAY PACKERS GAMEDAY THREAD (Week 1)

Originally posted by GNielsen:
What exactly is he going to tell them? Watch Kaepernick closely! If he hands the other guy the ball, tackle that guy! Maintain coverage! Don't let the pocket break down and run past him giving him the open field!

The problem with anything Tolzein might say is that the Niners run multiple plays off of multiple formations. So, it's not like he can say, "when they line up this way, they're always going to do this."




Well apparently the Rams learned how...Dahl confirmed it when he was signed
Originally posted by hondakillerzx:
Spartans!!! what is your profession???

Woof woof woof!!!
Originally posted by Tigerlaw:
Well apparently the Rams learned how...Dahl confirmed it when he was signed

Well, that's something we can thank Dahl for, because I doubt that they're going to let that happen again.
Originally posted by Tigerlaw:
Well apparently the Rams learned how...Dahl confirmed it when he was signed

True, but the staff also said they knew about most of them before he was signed. We self scout to see if we are tipping plays and fix them if they see something. At least it isn't like the Singletary era where we would motion Walker have him bent over hopping along the line of scrimmage and then leading the defense two where we were going. Also, remember the Erickson and Nolan days as well? For awhile there was run up the middle, run up the middle, draw, punt. That being said wish we were more creative out of the jumbo with our current offense. We hardly ever boot legged or better yet had a lineman fake block and go out for a pass. Would be easy TDs.
[ Edited by Gore_21 on Sep 1, 2013 at 6:31 PM ]
Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by OregonDuckNiner:
Someone convince me why I shouldn't be worried about Tolzein going to the Packers


Remember how Tolzein looked with no time to throw? Well, that is basically Green Bay's O-line. A playbook can't block Aldon Smith.

Yeah that's what I'm looking forward to most. Seeing our pass rush at 100% again match up against a beat up and already below average Packers' OL should get messy.
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LOL, funny little Snorlax (McCarthy) cracks me up... he thought he knew what was up the first time he went against Harbaugh-FAIL. Then he thought Joe Webb gave them some kind of help to spell Kaep the 2nd time he met Harbaugh-FAIL. Now, he thinks Tolzien will be the answer FAIL.

Snorlax cracks me up!!!

Truth is, Harbaugh has his number, PERIOD!
This time next week we'll be 1-0
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Harbaugh: Hey son!

Tolzien: Yes daddy...

Harbaugh: I'm afraid we had to cut you because you haven't improved much and quite frankly, you suck, you dipsh!t!

Tolzien: Sorry I let you down dad....

Harbaugh: We were counting on you, but ya know what, it's all good. I got a plan... can we count on you?

Tolzien: Of course, daddy... I'll always feel as though I'm a part of the organization... Niners are the best thing that ever happened to me.

Harbaugh: Great answer, now here's the deal... when that lil whore (carroll) calls your agent, just tell them you aren't interested in being a CAWK blocker. Next, the Wild Snorlax (McCarthy) will give your agent a ring... you know what to do next, right?

Tolzien: Uuuuuuh *index finger on his lip* sign with them?

Harbaugh: THAT'S MY BOY! You get the picture.

Tolzien: Then what daddy?

Harbaugh: *@!!$#*#$! YOU DIP$H!T , do I have to spell everything out for you!?! Make sure to give them information on the modified version of our playbook....

Tolzien: Ooooooh, I get it... when Snorlax asks me stuff about this or that, I'll pull information out of the fake plays from the modified version so they'll screw themselves on the field. That way, you can rest the starters at half time, since you'll be up by 31 points... the 2nd team gets reps and we'll (Tolzien still thinks he's a Niner) be rested for the CAWK blockers


Harbaugh: Now you're learning, son, now you're learning....

Tolzien: Thanks, dad, that's a wonderful plan!

Harbaugh: Yes, I know this.............. ONE more thing!

Tolzien: Yes, dad?

Harbaugh: I'm not really your father so, stop calling me DAD!!

Tolzien: Uuuuuuh, ok, I guess, daddy..........

Harbaugh:
The Packers will "figure out" the read-option and shut it down. After they go ahead and do that, Kap will be like "oh no...I can't run! They're takin away like...8.7 % of my game!! Kap...very distraught that he can't run for 11 bazillion-trillion yards on this All-NFL Defense again, then proceeds to throw for 300+ and 3 tds, while only running for a measley 35 yards, because the Packers, ya know, "figured out" the read-option. Packers are feeling real good "stopping" the read option but then begin to realize as the game is coming to an end..."Wait...wtf...why is there only 3 mins to go and we're down 34-17?? We like TOTALLY STOPPED the Read-option...this just doesn't make any...OOOHHHH YEAHHHH...this fool can PASS too...DAMN It!" He's not supposed to be able to DO ALL THAT!

Rodgers then proceeds to throw a garbage touchdown so that Packers can only lose by 10 and feel like they're getting closer to "figuring" us out, because ya know...they "stopped the read-option" so well.

Packers 24
49ers 34 F
I live in Green Bay...only minutes from the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field...surrounded by cheesheads. As a diehard Niner fan I find this game particularly interesting. First, I have some concerns about this game.

1. Aaron Rogers (and McCarthy and gang) is special. When clicking on all cylinders the Packers might have the best offense in the NFL. They have seen our defense, and basic defensive schemes, twice in the past 12 months. It is possible that they will devise a game plan that will expose some weakness in our scheme.

2. Eric Reid is still untested.

3. Lacy adds an important element to their offense. He has looked very good this preseason and he can give the Packers the balanced attack they have been lacking the past couple of times they have faced us.

Despite the above reservations, I think the Niners dominate and my prediction is 49ers 26 - Packers 16.


Now, finally, Tolzien MUST be of some value to the Packers. If it was worthless to sign Tolzien the Packers would have never bothered. He will likely be able to help them in some level with scouting the 49ers. I suppose the impact might not be too great since the 49ers game plan is always very flexible and game specific. But there must be SOME impact and advantage for the Packers to sign him.
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Originally posted by RCGoLdIgGeR49:
The Packers will "figure out" the read-option and shut it down. After they go ahead and do that, Kap will be like "oh no...I can't run! They're takin away like...8.7 % of my game!! Kap...very distraught that he can't run for 11 bazillion-trillion yards on this All-NFL Defense again, then proceeds to throw for 300+ and 3 tds, while only running for a measley 35 yards, because the Packers, ya know, "figured out" the read-option. Packers are feeling real good "stopping" the read option but then begin to realize as the game is coming to an end..."Wait...wtf...why is there only 3 mins to go and we're down 34-17?? We like TOTALLY STOPPED the Read-option...this just doesn't make any...OOOHHHH YEAHHHH...this fool can PASS too...DAMN It!" He's not supposed to be able to DO ALL THAT!

Rodgers then proceeds to throw a garbage touchdown so that Packers can only lose by 10 and feel like they're getting closer to "figuring" us out, because ya know...they "stopped the read-option" so well.

Packers 24
49ers 34 F

LOL!!!! "because ya know"
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Originally posted by Wisconsin49erfan:
I live in Green Bay...only minutes from the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field...surrounded by cheesheads. As a diehard Niner fan I find this game particularly interesting. First, I have some concerns about this game.

1. Aaron Rogers (and McCarthy and gang) is special. When clicking on all cylinders the Packers might have the best offense in the NFL. They have seen our defense, and basic defensive schemes, twice in the past 12 months. It is possible that they will devise a game plan that will expose some weakness in our scheme.

2. Eric Reid is still untested.

3. Lacy adds an important element to their offense. He has looked very good this preseason and he can give the Packers the balanced attack they have been lacking the past couple of times they have faced us.

Despite the above reservations, I think the Niners dominate and my prediction is 49ers 26 - Packers 16.


Now, finally, Tolzien MUST be of some value to the Packers. If it was worthless to sign Tolzien the Packers would have never bothered. He will likely be able to help them in some level with scouting the 49ers. I suppose the impact might not be too great since the 49ers game plan is always very flexible and game specific. But there must be SOME impact and advantage for the Packers to sign him.
Good points and nice observation... but I guess you didn't know about the conversation (above) that went on between Tolzien and his "dad"

On a real note, I see Niners winning by more than 2 TDs... Niners front seven will be better than anytime last year. The secondary will be one of our strengths (believe it or not). They have?? at WR and o-line. Their defense has not improved from last year (IMO). Our offense is going to shock many people....
[ Edited by LVJay on Sep 1, 2013 at 8:20 PM ]
Originally posted by LVJay:
Originally posted by Wisconsin49erfan:
I live in Green Bay...only minutes from the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field...surrounded by cheesheads. As a diehard Niner fan I find this game particularly interesting. First, I have some concerns about this game.

1. Aaron Rogers (and McCarthy and gang) is special. When clicking on all cylinders the Packers might have the best offense in the NFL. They have seen our defense, and basic defensive schemes, twice in the past 12 months. It is possible that they will devise a game plan that will expose some weakness in our scheme.

2. Eric Reid is still untested.

3. Lacy adds an important element to their offense. He has looked very good this preseason and he can give the Packers the balanced attack they have been lacking the past couple of times they have faced us.

Despite the above reservations, I think the Niners dominate and my prediction is 49ers 26 - Packers 16.


Now, finally, Tolzien MUST be of some value to the Packers. If it was worthless to sign Tolzien the Packers would have never bothered. He will likely be able to help them in some level with scouting the 49ers. I suppose the impact might not be too great since the 49ers game plan is always very flexible and game specific. But there must be SOME impact and advantage for the Packers to sign him.
Good points and nice observation... but I guess you didn't know about the conversation (above) that went on between Tolzien and his "dad"

On a real note, I see Niners winning by more than 2 TDs... Niners front seven will be better than anytime last year. The secondary will be one of our strengths (believe it or not). They have?? at WR and o-line. Their defense has not improved from last year (IMO). Our offense is going to shock many people....

Well, I think the Packers defense has improved from last year, but they still are not even close to being a top tier defense.

Our offense will shock a lot of people. I don't think people realize how good Kaepernick is. He is very, very special. He reminds me of Brett Favre (arm) and Randall Cunningham (build and running style) combined into one single player. He also makes good decisions. We are very lucky to have him and he will help make our offense a top-5 offense.
Originally posted by Wisconsin49erfan:
Well, I think the Packers defense has improved from last year, but they still are not even close to being a top tier defense.

Our offense will shock a lot of people. I don't think people realize how good Kaepernick is. He is very, very special. He reminds me of Brett Favre (arm) and Randall Cunningham (build and running style) combined into one single player. He also makes good decisions. We are very lucky to have him and he will help make our offense a top-5 offense.

Now you my man have nailed the perfect comparison with 2 players for Kap. Oddly enough he admitted growing up idolizing those players and here he is the spitting image of them. I too think that the Packers are going to be better on defense this season but we will be better on offense and defense and special teams (I hope). I think we win and I think we build and grow as a team throughout the regular season heading into the playoffs. This year I believe it is us that will be our hottest come playoff time so long as we keep Kap upright
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Now you my man have nailed the perfect comparison with 2 players for Kap. Oddly enough he admitted growing up idolizing those players and here he is the spitting image of them. I too think that the Packers are going to be better on defense this season but we will be better on offense and defense and special teams (I hope). I think we win and I think we build and grow as a team throughout the regular season heading into the playoffs. This year I believe it is us that will be our hottest come playoff time so long as we keep Kap upright

A little off-topic, my season prediction is that the 49ers go 11-5, first place in the division, and are Superbowl champions. (BTW, second place in the West goes to the overhyped Seahawks who get off to a slow start (1-3), finish 9-7, and miss the wildcard).