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Jerry Rice says "the Niners are struggling."

  • cciowa
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Originally posted by theduke85:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by theduke85:
Jerry Rice was probably the most dominant and magical player on the field in the history of the 49ers, and he's also probably the most arrogant and annoying off the field.

no other x niner feels they have to always run their mouth like he does. here is a news flash to all the thin skinned people. You can love rice for what he did for us and say he is the top niner of all time but you can still wish , as an ex player who does not coach or advise the team,,,,, he would just keep his opinions to himself like 99 per cent of x niners are doing. he always has to keep himself in the spotlight
Yes, exactly! Calling him out on his nonsense does not in any way, shape or form taint what he did while he was playing for us.
"form taint",, i like that,. i wish i would have thought of that
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by theduke85:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by theduke85:
Jerry Rice was probably the most dominant and magical player on the field in the history of the 49ers, and he's also probably the most arrogant and annoying off the field.

no other x niner feels they have to always run their mouth like he does. here is a news flash to all the thin skinned people. You can love rice for what he did for us and say he is the top niner of all time but you can still wish , as an ex player who does not coach or advise the team,,,,, he would just keep his opinions to himself like 99 per cent of x niners are doing. he always has to keep himself in the spotlight
Yes, exactly! Calling him out on his nonsense does not in any way, shape or form taint what he did while he was playing for us.
"form taint",, i like that,. i wish i would have thought of that
>______________>
  • Dino
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Originally posted by NYCNINER:
SHOULDA won the Colts game... COULDA been 4-1... WOULDA led to a tie for 1st place!

Huh? We got our asses kicked that game.
Originally posted by Dino:
Huh? We got our asses kicked that game.



49ers were down 13-7 at the end of the 3rd quarter. The offense spotted Indy some big turnovers in the 4th and the defense couldn't hold up anymore. I blame it on Roman and getting away from the running game which had been incredibly effective. So yeah, the game was far closer than the final score indicated.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by Dino:
Huh? We got our asses kicked that game.



49ers were down 13-7 at the end of the 3rd quarter. The offense spotted Indy some big turnovers in the 4th and the defense couldn't hold up anymore. I blame it on Roman and getting away from the running game which had been incredibly effective. So yeah, the game was far closer than the final score indicated.

Ass kicking in the 4th then.... it's still an ass kick'n by Indy. Kinda like a fight. Takes a few punches initially, but then you get your ass kicked.
[ Edited by qnnhan7 on Oct 11, 2013 at 9:40 AM ]
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by Dino:
Huh? We got our asses kicked that game.



49ers were down 13-7 at the end of the 3rd quarter. The offense spotted Indy some big turnovers in the 4th and the defense couldn't hold up anymore. I blame it on Roman and getting away from the running game which had been incredibly effective. So yeah, the game was far closer than the final score indicated.

Yeah we ran 4 times in the second half. That's just asinine considering we have a top 5 run game in the league and our lone scoring drive featured the run. And on that drive, we carved them up like a jack-o-lantern (Happy Halloween!).
[ Edited by Young2Rice on Oct 11, 2013 at 9:39 AM ]
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
Yeah we ran 4 times in the second half. That's just asinine considering we have a top 5 run game in the league and our lone scoring drive featured the run. And on that drive, we carved them up like a jack-o-lantern (Happy Halloween!).

49ers had better success against Andrew Luck then Seattle did. He had no passing touchdowns and the receivers didn't have any huge plays like that backbreaking 70+ yard reception by TY Hilton against the Seahawks. 49ers were playing out of their minds defensively but after Kaepernick fumbled that ball deep in 49ers territory, it was all over.


I'd love to see the 49ers play the Colts again when all the injured players have returned, think the 49ers would win a rematch.
  • cciowa
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Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
49ers had better success against Andrew Luck then Seattle did. He had no passing touchdowns and the receivers didn't have any huge plays like that backbreaking 70+ yard reception by TY Hilton against the Seahawks. 49ers were playing out of their minds defensively but after Kaepernick fumbled that ball deep in 49ers territory, it was all over.


I'd love to see the 49ers play the Colts again when all the injured players have returned, think the 49ers would win a rematch.
you would have to make sure roman does not go down retard road again
Yeah Rice may suck as an analyst but I'll take him as a coach over anyone we have coaching our WRs today - and over the past 10 seasons.

I HATE THE WAY WE DEVELOP WRs.
Originally posted by 49erWay:
Obviously.

1. Major injuries.
2. Major injuries.
3. Young star in rehab.
4. Questionable play calling for a few games,
5. Having to adjust how they play on both sides of the ball due to the injuries and rehab.
6. Not so major but debilitating injuries.
7. Fixing special teams with money and adding defense and a solid TE only to find your great WR core entering the season is not on the field.

No this isn't a draft problem, or an "our staff is stupid" problem, or a "they can't evaluate talent" problem, or a "Cam Newton would save the day" thing, or a "BJ Daniels is the next great thing and I called it cause I play fantasy football" retardation.

I think it is a lot more complex than that.

The way I see it this team was put together to win the Bowl this year and unexpected things have happened.

This I think is the theme of what is wrong. Sure we have a ton of injuries, but just imagine how raw we would be if we had our awesome receivers NOT on the IR.




Jerry knows struggling
Originally posted by Frisco69ers:
yeah i dont know why anyone cares what he thinks? he's not an "expert"
[ Edited by 16to87 on Oct 11, 2013 at 10:01 AM ]
  • cciowa
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Originally posted by NinerGM:
Yeah Rice may suck as an analyst but I'll take him as a coach over anyone we have coaching our WRs today - and over the past 10 seasons.

I HATE THE WAY WE DEVELOP WRs.
haha,. you just assume rice will be a great coach,,, with one or two exceptions hall of fame players never make great coaches. they think everyone should be like them. with the ego of rice in the same room as JH,, good lord. his name and resume means nothing when it comes to assuming he will be a great coach
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by NinerGM:
Yeah Rice may suck as an analyst but I'll take him as a coach over anyone we have coaching our WRs today - and over the past 10 seasons.

I HATE THE WAY WE DEVELOP WRs.
haha,. you just assume rice will be a great coach,,, with one or two exceptions hall of fame players never make great coaches. they think everyone should be like them. with the ego of rice in the same room as JH,, good lord. his name and resume means nothing when it comes to assuming he will be a great coach

Well former BW players have become pretty good coaches I think. Rathman SHOULD be in the HOF in my opinion and he turned out to be a great coach. :)
Originally posted by NinerGM:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by NinerGM:
Yeah Rice may suck as an analyst but I'll take him as a coach over anyone we have coaching our WRs today - and over the past 10 seasons.

I HATE THE WAY WE DEVELOP WRs.
haha,. you just assume rice will be a great coach,,, with one or two exceptions hall of fame players never make great coaches. they think everyone should be like them. with the ego of rice in the same room as JH,, good lord. his name and resume means nothing when it comes to assuming he will be a great coach

Well former BW players have become pretty good coaches I think. Rathman SHOULD be in the HOF in my opinion and he turned out to be a great coach. :)

Mike Rumph should coach our secondary.
  • cciowa
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Originally posted by NinerGM:
Originally posted by cciowa:
Originally posted by NinerGM:
Yeah Rice may suck as an analyst but I'll take him as a coach over anyone we have coaching our WRs today - and over the past 10 seasons.

I HATE THE WAY WE DEVELOP WRs.
haha,. you just assume rice will be a great coach,,, with one or two exceptions hall of fame players never make great coaches. they think everyone should be like them. with the ego of rice in the same room as JH,, good lord. his name and resume means nothing when it comes to assuming he will be a great coach

Well former BW players have become pretty good coaches I think. Rathman SHOULD be in the HOF in my opinion and he turned out to be a great coach. :)
my key word is hall of fame players and you combine that with the ego of rice, i just can not see him being content in an assistant role without being the story. you can not even tell people like rathman, ken norton jr and others are good players who are now good assistant coaches. they just do their job and shut thier mouth. that would never work for rice. Plus i think he would be frustrated because not all players have his ability, drive, talent etc.
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