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

Originally posted by SQLGeek:
Tedy Bruschi just said he thinks Colin will rush for over 100 yards against GB. "I just don't think they have this figured out. You can go to all of the college campuses you want, this kid is just too special".

always thought bruschi was a moron on tv but even a moron can see that kaep is legit
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by ModestoNiner33:
Mike McCarthy revealed that free safety Morgan Burnett and inside Linebacker Brad Jones are questionable both with a pulled hamstring. I don't think he can play either of these guys if there's a chance of reinjury.

We b***h slapped them in both games last year with the running game. McCarthy is baiting the Niners to go to the passing game.

He better be careful what he is asking for.
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by ModestoNiner33:
Mike McCarthy revealed that free safety Morgan Burnett and inside Linebacker Brad Jones are questionable both with a pulled hamstring. I don't think he can play either of these guys if there's a chance of reinjury.

We b***h slapped them in both games last year with the running game. McCarthy is baiting the Niners to go to the passing game.

He better be careful what he is asking for.


ask the Bears how that worked out
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by ModestoNiner33:
Mike McCarthy revealed that free safety Morgan Burnett and inside Linebacker Brad Jones are questionable both with a pulled hamstring. I don't think he can play either of these guys if there's a chance of reinjury.

We b***h slapped them in both games last year with the running game. McCarthy is baiting the Niners to go to the passing game.

He better be careful what he is asking for.


ask the Bears how that worked out

And the Falcons.
Originally posted by robniner:
Packers friend of mine thinks Eddie Lacy is going to run all over us.



Lacy, meet a REAL rushing defense.

Rodgers could be in trouble since his protection might be having some issues.
Does he know that Gore and Hunter will run all over the Pack. We got the OL to do it...again. The Pack doesn't
Packers vs. 49ers Preview: Five Things to Watch For-
Sunday's season opener between the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers marks the third time these teams have met in the last year. As we know, the original sucked. The sequel was even worse. One more beatdown and we're officially in George Lucas territory. Let's just hope Seneca Wallace and Scott Tolzien made copies of the Niners' playbook.

The Niners in two recent matchups have just been bigger, stronger, faster, nastier, filthier or whatever other adjective you can think of that would describe a Rex Ryan home movie. The Packers should have no problem in getting motivated to play this one with as much physicality as they can muster.

If Bakhtiari can't protect however, it causes all kinds of issues. He's held his own fairly well thus far, but he's up against one of the absolute elite level defenses this game. Not only will Justin Smith be a beast to deal with, but Bakhtiari will have his hands full with the quartet of ultra linebackers Patrick Willis, Navorro Bowman, Ahmad Brooks and assault rifle aficionado, Aldon Smith.

http://www.acmepackingcompany.com/packers-49ers-week-1/2013/9/6/4701836/packers-49ers-preview-week-1-five-things-to-watch-for
Originally posted by Ronnie49Lott:
Packers vs. 49ers Preview: Five Things to Watch For-
Sunday's season opener between the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers marks the third time these teams have met in the last year. As we know, the original sucked. The sequel was even worse. One more beatdown and we're officially in George Lucas territory. Let's just hope Seneca Wallace and Scott Tolzien made copies of the Niners' playbook.

The Niners in two recent matchups have just been bigger, stronger, faster, nastier, filthier or whatever other adjective you can think of that would describe a Rex Ryan home movie. The Packers should have no problem in getting motivated to play this one with as much physicality as they can muster.

If Bakhtiari can't protect however, it causes all kinds of issues. He's held his own fairly well thus far, but he's up against one of the absolute elite level defenses this game. Not only will Justin Smith be a beast to deal with, but Bakhtiari will have his hands full with the quartet of ultra linebackers Patrick Willis, Navorro Bowman, Ahmad Brooks and assault rifle aficionado, Aldon Smith.

http://www.acmepackingcompany.com/packers-49ers-week-1/2013/9/6/4701836/packers-49ers-preview-week-1-five-things-to-watch-for

Funny. He don't know about Lemonier just yet, but this Sunday....and all the other Sundays to come.
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by Ronnie49Lott:
Packers vs. 49ers Preview: Five Things to Watch For-
Sunday's season opener between the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers marks the third time these teams have met in the last year. As we know, the original sucked. The sequel was even worse. One more beatdown and we're officially in George Lucas territory. Let's just hope Seneca Wallace and Scott Tolzien made copies of the Niners' playbook.

The Niners in two recent matchups have just been bigger, stronger, faster, nastier, filthier or whatever other adjective you can think of that would describe a Rex Ryan home movie. The Packers should have no problem in getting motivated to play this one with as much physicality as they can muster.

If Bakhtiari can't protect however, it causes all kinds of issues. He's held his own fairly well thus far, but he's up against one of the absolute elite level defenses this game. Not only will Justin Smith be a beast to deal with, but Bakhtiari will have his hands full with the quartet of ultra linebackers Patrick Willis, Navorro Bowman, Ahmad Brooks and assault rifle aficionado, Aldon Smith.

http://www.acmepackingcompany.com/packers-49ers-week-1/2013/9/6/4701836/packers-49ers-preview-week-1-five-things-to-watch-for

Funny. He don't know about Lemonier just yet, but this Sunday....and all the other Sundays to come.
I predict AR is going to be sore as hell on Monday.
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Originally posted by SofaKing:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by ModestoNiner33:
Mike McCarthy revealed that free safety Morgan Burnett and inside Linebacker Brad Jones are questionable both with a pulled hamstring. I don't think he can play either of these guys if there's a chance of reinjury.

We b***h slapped them in both games last year with the running game. McCarthy is baiting the Niners to go to the passing game.

He better be careful what he is asking for.


ask the Bears how that worked out

And the Falcons.

Especially the Falcons, who thought they had the 9ers right where they wanted them. lol
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Originally posted by Ronnie49Lott:
Originally posted by qnnhan7:
Originally posted by Ronnie49Lott:
Packers vs. 49ers Preview: Five Things to Watch For-
Sunday's season opener between the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers marks the third time these teams have met in the last year. As we know, the original sucked. The sequel was even worse. One more beatdown and we're officially in George Lucas territory. Let's just hope Seneca Wallace and Scott Tolzien made copies of the Niners' playbook.

The Niners in two recent matchups have just been bigger, stronger, faster, nastier, filthier or whatever other adjective you can think of that would describe a Rex Ryan home movie. The Packers should have no problem in getting motivated to play this one with as much physicality as they can muster.

If Bakhtiari can't protect however, it causes all kinds of issues. He's held his own fairly well thus far, but he's up against one of the absolute elite level defenses this game. Not only will Justin Smith be a beast to deal with, but Bakhtiari will have his hands full with the quartet of ultra linebackers Patrick Willis, Navorro Bowman, Ahmad Brooks and assault rifle aficionado, Aldon Smith.

http://www.acmepackingcompany.com/packers-49ers-week-1/2013/9/6/4701836/packers-49ers-preview-week-1-five-things-to-watch-for

Funny. He don't know about Lemonier just yet, but this Sunday....and all the other Sundays to come.
I predict AR is going to be sore as hell on Monday.

Lets not leave out Ian Williams, hes a big upgrade to Sopoaga, IMO. I think Williams has a motor in him that we've never seen in Sopoaga, not to mention Williams uses his hands and leverage much better.
Originally posted by Ronnie49Lott:
I predict AR is going to be sore as hell on Monday.

I bet on saturday night arod is praying for aldon and justin to use lube when they tag team his ass.
I think we are going to come out running the ball. So much so that Kap will only need about 150 yards or so passing. Very little read option used (if at all).
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RT @SeifertESPN: Jim Harbaugh is trying too hard on this read option fight. The guess here is the #49ers aren't planning to use it vs. #Packers. #mindgames

That's what I've been trying to tell you guys this whole time
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