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SAN FRANCISO 49ERS BYE WEEK THREAD (Week 9)

Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
Originally posted by lamontb:
I'm ready to see Tank. Pass rush needs a boost

i don't think tank is gonna be a pass rusher, more like a run stuffer

tank can most definitely get after the qb
Originally posted by DonnieDarko:
i don't think tank is gonna be a pass rusher, more like a run stuffer

He will have to stuff the run if we play him on base downs in a 3-4. Initially I could see us using him as a pass rush specialist. He had 11 sacks in 11 games last year at FSU before the injury, so he has serious skills.
C'mon Niners, hurry the f**k up and cut K.Williams so I can enjoy the bye week. I can't stand anymore seconds of him in a Niners uniform.
Bet there were some defensive guys watching MNF going "we need to finish off that midget."
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Tonight's MNF signifies the importance of pass rush. Something we've been missing for a couple of weeks now. I know we blew out teams for the last couple of weeks but those teams had below average QBs. Imagine Brees having all day to throw on us, it wouldn't be pretty.
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Originally posted by 808niner4lyphe:
Tonight's MNF signifies the importance of pass rush. Something we've been missing for a couple of weeks now. I know we blew out teams for the last couple of weeks but those teams had below average QBs. Imagine Brees having all day to throw on us, it wouldn't be pretty.

Harbs is optimistic on Aldon's return. Even if the league suspends him, it may not happen till next season. Plus Tank making his way to the lineup. We're getting healthy at the right time...
My thinking is that I don't care who we play. The Bill Walsh mind set of whatever is going to happen is going to be through us.
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
My thinking is that I don't care who we play. The Bill Walsh mind set of whatever is going to happen is going to be through us.
Me too. We control our own destiny. Teams will have to go through us to win the NFC
Originally posted by LVJay:
Originally posted by 808niner4lyphe:
Tonight's MNF signifies the importance of pass rush. Something we've been missing for a couple of weeks now. I know we blew out teams for the last couple of weeks but those teams had below average QBs. Imagine Brees having all day to throw on us, it wouldn't be pretty.

Harbs is optimistic on Aldon's return. Even if the league suspends him, it may not happen till next season. Plus Tank making his way to the lineup. We're getting healthy at the right time...
Can't give Breeds all day but we tend to rush 4 and drop 7 and if Aldon is back ... plus can NO stop our offense is a better question. 30 plus points and we are only getting better and healthier
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
My thinking is that I don't care who we play. The Bill Walsh mind set of whatever is going to happen is going to be through us.
Me too. We control our own destiny. Teams will have to go through us to win the NFC

Alex Boone has already expressed this and Alex Boone kicks ass!
Originally posted by ninerjok:
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Originally posted by RishikeshA:
My thinking is that I don't care who we play. The Bill Walsh mind set of whatever is going to happen is going to be through us.
Me too. We control our own destiny. Teams will have to go through us to win the NFC

Alex Boone has already expressed this and Alex Boone kicks ass!

You ain't never lied about Alex Boone.
Team is once again getting dissed on in Power Rankings. Seattle at Number 2? Really? After last night's near choke-fest against the quarterback-less Rams? They played the equivalent of a Pop Warner team and nearly got beat!

Even though I'm a smidge upset about this development, it will probably be useful down the road, especially when players use it as motivation to swat the Seahaggots out of Candlemistake Park.

Everyone is just dismissing the dominating win over Jacksonville because it was, well, Jacksonville. The Jags have played some teams close this year. They were manhandled by San Francisco. It comes a week after the 49'ers blew the Titans off the field.

We're the Rodney Dangerfield of the NFL. No respect. No respect at all.
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Team is once again getting dissed on in Power Rankings. Seattle at Number 2? Really? After last night's near choke-fest against the quarterback-less Rams? They played the equivalent of a Pop Warner team and nearly got beat!

Even though I'm a smidge upset about this development, it will probably be useful down the road, especially when players use it as motivation to swat the Seahaggots out of Candlemistake Park.

Everyone is just dismissing the dominating win over Jacksonville because it was, well, Jacksonville. The Jags have played some teams close this year. They were manhandled by San Francisco. It comes a week after the 49'ers blew the Titans off the field.

We're the Rodney Dangerfield of the NFL. No respect. No respect at all.

Which is cool.
Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by billbird2111:
Team is once again getting dissed on in Power Rankings. Seattle at Number 2? Really? After last night's near choke-fest against the quarterback-less Rams? They played the equivalent of a Pop Warner team and nearly got beat!

Even though I'm a smidge upset about this development, it will probably be useful down the road, especially when players use it as motivation to swat the Seahaggots out of Candlemistake Park.

Everyone is just dismissing the dominating win over Jacksonville because it was, well, Jacksonville. The Jags have played some teams close this year. They were manhandled by San Francisco. It comes a week after the 49'ers blew the Titans off the field.

We're the Rodney Dangerfield of the NFL. No respect. No respect at all.

Which is cool.

It is cool. If there's one positive about the Seahawks win last night, is that the 9ers keep flying under the radar.