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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS VS CAROLINA PANTHERS GAMEDAY THREAD (WEEK 10)

Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
You think Seattle loses 2? Man, I don't know...


I don't. Everything is rolling their way right now. They're winning with arguably the worst offensive line in the league. Obviously injuries are always a concern but barring injuries I just don't see them losing until possibly the superbowl especially if they indeed get homefield advantage. If they're playing on the road in the playoffs then I think they're in the same boat as the 49ers. One and done.
Originally posted by NinerG94:
I don't. Everything is rolling their way right now. They're winning with arguably the worst offensive line in the league. Obviously injuries are always a concern but barring injuries I just don't see them losing until possibly the superbowl especially if they indeed get homefield advantage. If they're playing on the road in the playoffs then I think they're in the same boat as the 49ers. One and done.


Yep.. They somehow survived the worst part of their schedule, injuries included by going fricking 5-1 on the road. I was counting on those road games keeping them reeled in and even behind the Niners. Instead, they only have like 2 road games left with 6 games remaining. It is going to take some serious JuJu to dethrone the Hags. A lot of clarity will develop this weekend, if the Niners take care of business in NOLA, I like our chances a lot better.
Originally posted by Rathmanator:
Yep.. They somehow survived the worst part of their schedule, injuries included by going fricking 5-1 on the road. I was counting on those road games keeping them reeled in and even behind the Niners. Instead, they only have like 2 road games left with 6 games remaining. It is going to take some serious JuJu to dethrone the Hags. A lot of clarity will develop this weekend, if the Niners take care of business in NOLA, I like our chances a lot better.

I'm not as optimistic about our chances even with a win in NO. The 49ers are built to beat teams like NO. Don't get me wrong I still believe we lose and lose big with the way this offense is playing but it wouldn't surprise me to see the 49ers win.

I want to see the 49ers step up and not buckle like a bunch of little b***hes when a team lines up and gives them a taste of their own medicine. We have the Rams, Cardinals, and the Seahawks to play yet and all three are physical teams. If they show up against the remaining physical teams on the schedule I might consider their chances. Right now I don't think they have a chance in hell of even making any noise.

As it sits right now I couldn't be more disgusted with this offense and the staff. That Carolina game was THAT bad. They made the Panthers defense look like the 85 Bears. I know they're good. They're a top 5 Def but we made them look more dominant than the iron curtain. The 49ers defense is every bit as good as the Panthers defense up front and yet the Panthers were able to muster an offensive performance that didn't resemble a high school game. The defending NFC champions look like a bunch of pussies so far.
[ Edited by NinerG94 on Nov 12, 2013 at 10:28 AM ]
Originally posted by Rathmanator:
Originally posted by NinerG94:
I don't. Everything is rolling their way right now. They're winning with arguably the worst offensive line in the league. Obviously injuries are always a concern but barring injuries I just don't see them losing until possibly the superbowl especially if they indeed get homefield advantage. If they're playing on the road in the playoffs then I think they're in the same boat as the 49ers. One and done.


Yep.. They somehow survived the worst part of their schedule, injuries included by going fricking 5-1 on the road. I was counting on those road games keeping them reeled in and even behind the Niners. Instead, they only have like 2 road games left with 6 games remaining. It is going to take some serious JuJu to dethrone the Hags. A lot of clarity will develop this weekend, if the Niners take care of business in NOLA, I like our chances a lot better.

We have 5 starters coming back this week. Okung, Giacomini, Unger, Harvin on offense and Bryant on D. 6 games left, 4 of which are against teams with losing records. Going to let the Beast loose against NOLA and the Legion on your receivers.

15-1
Originally posted by LondonHawk:
Originally posted by Rathmanator:
Originally posted by NinerG94:
I don't. Everything is rolling their way right now. They're winning with arguably the worst offensive line in the league. Obviously injuries are always a concern but barring injuries I just don't see them losing until possibly the superbowl especially if they indeed get homefield advantage. If they're playing on the road in the playoffs then I think they're in the same boat as the 49ers. One and done.


Yep.. They somehow survived the worst part of their schedule, injuries included by going fricking 5-1 on the road. I was counting on those road games keeping them reeled in and even behind the Niners. Instead, they only have like 2 road games left with 6 games remaining. It is going to take some serious JuJu to dethrone the Hags. A lot of clarity will develop this weekend, if the Niners take care of business in NOLA, I like our chances a lot better.

We have 5 starters coming back this week. Okung, Giacomini, Unger, Harvin on offense and Bryant on D. 6 games left, 4 of which are against teams with losing records. Going to let the Beast loose against NOLA and the Legion on your receivers.

15-1

No One Curr
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
No One Curr

you won't say that when you miss out on the playoffs after your second loss to Seattle this season :)
Originally posted by LondonHawk:
Originally posted by Young2Rice:
No One Curr

you won't say that when you miss out on the playoffs after your second loss to Seattle this season :)

that's a rare picture of an Arsenal soccer player not embarrasing himself