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Major kudos to Frank Gores blocking! Just wow.
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Kudos to:

Jim Harbaugh - and congratulations on a 3rd straight opening season victory. That's the way to keep us 9er fans happy!!

Greg Roman - Called a hell of a game.

Colin Kaepernick - I'm lost for words, all I can say is "Wow"

Anquan Boldin - 208 yards holy s**t!!!! Probably the best 6th round pick the 9ers ever spent....Besides Andy Lee of course.

Defense - Even though Rodgers scored 28 points on them.....hey that's Aaron Rodgers we're talking about at least the defense didn't break. Now if we're talking about Blaine Gabbert theeeeeen.....
Player of the game: Anquan Boldin. This dude was an absolute beast today, I'm still shocked as to how little we gave up to acquire him.

Rookie Surprise: Eric Reid. I loved his ball hawk interception and he made a clutch tackle on Rodgers during one of his scrambles.

The maestro: Colin Kaepernick. This guy is a legit superstar in the making QB. Great decisions and beautiful passes thrown today.

Pressure: I liked the pressure that Aldon Smith brought on Rodgers especially that last play essentially sealing the win for us.
A very underrated kudos goes out to Donte Whitner. Although he had somewhat of a rough game, he made a single play that was VERY significant.



As the Packers gained momentum on their final drive, Aaron Rogers hit Randall Cobb for 18 yards. With backside pursuit and relentless hustle, Whitner comes FLYING in and tackles Cobb before he can make it out of bounds to stop the clock.

The packers had NO timeouts left at this point, and the play took a total of 23 seconds off the clock; With 3 seconds remaining, they only had time for one play, game over.

Only God knows what would have happened had Cobb went out of bounds. At least 2-3 plays to set up a potential go-ahead touchdown?
Another shout out to Joe Staley. Despite getting an arguable unsportsmanlike conduct, he stood up to that piece of crap Clay Matthews and made a statement: "Don't F*** with my quarterback".





Next play: Touchdown



Sweet, Sweet Revenge.

Originally posted by Imfasterthanur:
A very underrated kudos goes out to Donte Whitner. Although he had somewhat of a rough game, he made a single play that was VERY significant.



As the Packers gained momentum on their final drive, Aaron Rogers hit Randall Cobb for 18 yards. With backside pursuit and relentless hustle, Whitner comes FLYING in and tackles Cobb before he can make it out of bounds to stop the clock.

The packers had NO timeouts left at this point, and the play took a total of 23 seconds off the clock; With 3 seconds remaining, they only had time for one play, game over.

Only God knows what would have happened had Cobb went out of bounds. At least 2-3 plays to set up a potential go-ahead touchdown?

Good call man. That was a HUGE play by Whitner. Kudos to him. Rodgers probably would have had 4 shots at the endzone if Cobb made it out of bounds.
Originally posted by Imfasterthanur:
A very underrated kudos goes out to Donte Whitner. Although he had somewhat of a rough game, he made a single play that was VERY significant.



As the Packers gained momentum on their final drive, Aaron Rogers hit Randall Cobb for 18 yards. With backside pursuit and relentless hustle, Whitner comes FLYING in and tackles Cobb before he can make it out of bounds to stop the clock.

The packers had NO timeouts left at this point, and the play took a total of 23 seconds off the clock; With 3 seconds remaining, they only had time for one play, game over.

Only God knows what would have happened had Cobb went out of bounds. At least 2-3 plays to set up a potential go-ahead touchdown?

he also pushed finley out on a pass at the goalline
kudos to bruce miller, who on he only pass thrown to him, ran with surprising quickness and athleticsm for a nice gain
kudos to C.J. Spillman for a nice tackle on Ross, the idiot, who thought he could make a return on our vaunted new and improved ST unit.
[ Edited by SofaKing on Sep 9, 2013 at 2:09 AM ]
Originally posted by ninermedic:
This. calls like this will make opposing coaches second guess themselves down the line more often too, like when McCarthy chose to accept the penalty right before the Clay Matthews play, when declining would have left it 4th and 1. I was wondering why he accepted instead of just letting it be 4th down, but he must have thought Harbaugh would go for it. Which also is interesting, considering that we could have conceivably gone for it on 4th and 2 as well if the refs hadn't botched the offsetting penalties call


Good point.
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Kudos to:

Jim Harbaugh - and congratulations on a 3rd straight opening season victory. That's the way to keep us 9er fans happy!!

Greg Roman - Called a hell of a game.

Colin Kaepernick - I'm lost for words, all I can say is "Wow"

Anquan Boldin - 208 yards holy s**t!!!! Probably the best 6th round pick the 9ers ever spent....Besides Andy Lee of course.

Defense - Even though Rodgers scored 28 points on them.....hey that's Aaron Rodgers we're talking about at least the defense didn't break. Now if we're talking about Blaine Gabbert theeeeeen.....


We had more 3rd and longs in that game they we have had in a long time. Being in 3rd in long all day is not the sign of great play calling. Quite the opposite.
Great play calling sets up 2nd and short, 3rd and short.
Great play calling does not result in negative plays for losses. We had a ton of those against Green Bay.

If we think we can dominate up in Seattle on 3rd and long, we are in for a rude awakening.
[ Edited by BrianGO on Sep 9, 2013 at 5:30 AM ]
Kudos to the 49ers pass rush for making Aaron Rodgers work for it. A lesser QB would've been sacked about 5 times.
You guys have seemed to have it all covered.

I really thought Gore's blocks all game were excellent.

Pass protection was very good - we didn't play a bunch of wimps & losers, they were tough as nails and we beat a playoff team.

Kyle Williams would have had a TD if Kap had a second more to put a few feet more on the throw and would have been closer to 500 yards. This is something to look for in the future.

Rotating the DLine is important not only to give our starters a breather but to give the subs game experience to keep improving.

You know Seattle will be doubling up on Boldin and VD so that will leave KW open and hopefully Patton will also get involved
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Originally posted by BrianGO:
Originally posted by Kolohe:
Kudos to:

Jim Harbaugh - and congratulations on a 3rd straight opening season victory. That's the way to keep us 9er fans happy!!

Greg Roman - Called a hell of a game.

Colin Kaepernick - I'm lost for words, all I can say is "Wow"

Anquan Boldin - 208 yards holy s**t!!!! Probably the best 6th round pick the 9ers ever spent....Besides Andy Lee of course.

Defense - Even though Rodgers scored 28 points on them.....hey that's Aaron Rodgers we're talking about at least the defense didn't break. Now if we're talking about Blaine Gabbert theeeeeen.....


We had more 3rd and longs in that game they we have had in a long time. Being in 3rd in long all day is not the sign of great play calling. Quite the opposite.
Great play calling sets up 2nd and short, 3rd and short.
Great play calling does not result in negative plays for losses. We had a ton of those against Green Bay.

If we think we can dominate up in Seattle on 3rd and long, we are in for a rude awakening.

Well why don't you go back and see why it was 3rd and long on a few of those plays. Was it due to penalties or just a good play by their defense?

Greg Roman has to dial up those plays, in order for them to be in the right situation to gain all those yards and a 34 point score. This isn't the run-n-shoot, where receivers are just running out and finding the soft spots in the zones or on the fly adjustments.
Kudos to Kap for not punching CW in the mouth especially after the taunt. I don't have that kind of self control