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

  • LVJay
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Originally posted by Pillbusta:
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
All of the above^^


I don't think they'll click right away (just a hunch), maybe their D will progress later in the season... with the rook they got on the d-line and a couple of guys getting healthy. Mathews is always in beast mode. But I really don't know too much about the DBs...
Originally posted by Wisconsin49erfan:
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).

I have us at 12 wins or better and SEA at 10 wins because I don't think they lose more than 1 game at home (SF) and get 3 wins on the road. I have GB(they should rule their division) at SF for the chip and us taking down DEN and making Peyton wish he would have joined Jim
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Aldon is going to be matched up against a rookie. If Rodgers isn't running for his life the whole game I'll be disappointed
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Originally posted by Wisconsin49erfan:
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).

Some of us (myself included) also think they will begin the season 0-2 and could start off 0-4 or 1-3. They're o-line doesn't even look very good on paper... lucky to have a mobile QB. The front seven won't be in full force for quite some time and the secondary was exposed in some games especially against Falcons in the playoffs--teams will figure out that equation...
Establishing the run with Lacy gives the Packers a chance to win the game. This Niners defense thrives on one dimensional passing offense. Trying to pass the ball with no running game and a weaken offensive line because of injury. And a loss of WR Jennings.... Fangio will have the pass rushers buzzing. And there are more questions regarding the Packers weak defense...How much have they improve through 1 offseason...

I don't see how the Packers can win this game.
Originally posted by LVJay:
Originally posted by Wisconsin49erfan:
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).

Some of us (myself included) also think they will begin the season 0-2 and could start off 0-4 or 1-3. They're o-line doesn't even look very good on paper... lucky to have a mobile QB. The front seven won't be in full force for quite some time and the secondary was exposed in some games especially against Falcons in the playoffs--teams will figure out that equation...


Yes, 0-2 start for Seattle. Could their fans handle that or would they spontaneously combust?
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Originally posted by Wisconsin49erfan:
Originally posted by LVJay:
Originally posted by Wisconsin49erfan:
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).

Some of us (myself included) also think they will begin the season 0-2 and could start off 0-4 or 1-3. They're o-line doesn't even look very good on paper... lucky to have a mobile QB. The front seven won't be in full force for quite some time and the secondary was exposed in some games especially against Falcons in the playoffs--teams will figure out that equation...


Yes, 0-2 start for Seattle. Could their fans handle that or would they spontaneously combust?

Indeed, my man, indeed. That obnoxious crowd will lose their minds/voices after the beat down on their own yard in week 2. Oooh, the gnashing of teeth and desperate cries for help. Many will be committing suicide and plenty of straight jackets will be needed
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Originally posted by teeohh:
Aldon is going to be matched up against a rookie. If Rodgers isn't running for his life the whole game I'll be disappointed

Oh God, the pain, the pain.......
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Establishing the run with Lacy gives the Packers a chance to win the game. This Niners defense thrives on one dimensional passing offense. Trying to pass the ball with no running game and a weaken offensive line because of injury. And a loss of WR Jennings.... Fangio will have the pass rushers buzzing. And there are more questions regarding the Packers weak defense...How much have they improve through 1 offseason...

I don't see how the Packers can win this game.

I keep thinking that and then I have to remind myself that this is the NFL and their QB is Aaron Rodgers. But, the truth is that I'll be surprised if the Niners don't win and win convincingly. I don't see how the Packers defense that gave up over 500 yards and 45 points is any better. And, I don't see how they can score 31 points again without a pick 6 and against a Niner defense that has its front healthy again.
[ Edited by GNielsen on Sep 1, 2013 at 9:24 PM ]
omg, less than a week away! I'll be going away on vacation to the UP (Upper Peninsula of Michigan), but I'll find a sports bar in that vast wilderness to watch the game.

Originally posted by Pillbusta:
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

Kap's a bit too young to remember much of Randle. Im a year older than Kap and I just remember Randle's Viking days when he wasn't much of a runner anymore.
Originally posted by teeohh:
Aldon is going to be matched up against a rookie. If Rodgers isn't running for his life the whole game I'll be disappointed

Right. They lost their best lineman to injury. Jordy Nelson is probably not going to be ready and if he plays, he won't be at 100%. I think Randal Cobb is also nursing an injury. They still have a suspect defense. One of their starters in the secondary is out nursing a hamstring and they've got a rookie 5th round pick starting back there. Their new ILB, Brad Jones is going to have a very hard time with Davis and McDonald. He gives up 3 inches and 30 lbs with McDonald and McDonald runs the same 40 time. And forget it if he gets singled up on Davis - he has absolutely no chance of running with Vernon Davis.
Originally posted by ElDannMann:
omg, less than a week away! I'll be going away on vacation to the UP (Upper Peninsula of Michigan), but I'll find a sports bar in that vast wilderness to watch the game.


Longest week of my life!
Originally posted by LVJay:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Aldon is going to be matched up against a rookie. If Rodgers isn't running for his life the whole game I'll be disappointed

Oh God, the pain, the pain.......

omg, I didn't even think of that.
Originally posted by ElDannMann:
Originally posted by LVJay:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Aldon is going to be matched up against a rookie. If Rodgers isn't running for his life the whole game I'll be disappointed

Oh God, the pain, the pain.......

omg, I didn't even think of that.

this and justin smith looks 25