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Niner Talk: The 49ers are so bad that...

Nov 3, 2016 at 8:27 PM--


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Rightfully so, San Francisco 49ers fans seem to be really down on the franchise right now. The team is off to a 1-6 start. They have allowed a 100-yard rusher in each of their six-straight losses. The defense is on pace to allow 3,000 yards rushing and would be the first team to do that in nearly 40 years. Despite the very public pressure, the general manager wasn't fired during the bye week. The team's semi-brand new home, Levi's Stadium, seems to have more vacant seats than fans during games. The list goes on and on.

The 2016 season has been so bad that it has been difficult to find bright spots outside of the possibility of a high draft pick. Chris Biderman of Niners Wire has tried and tried. So why not have a little fun with the topic and depress yourself even more? Our forum members have started a thread, asking fans to complete the sentence, "We're so bad that..."

For your amusement – and hopefully not to bring you down any further – below are some of the answers from the thread, which can be found in its entirety here.

"We're so bad that I kind of miss Tomsula."

"We are so bad that the University of Michigan is trying to schedule us as one of their early season cupcake warm-up games next year."

"...Trent is scouting an Akron vs Toledo game."

"We're so bad that I miss the Singletary era."

"We're so bad that the most interesting part of our season has been the Kaepernick protest."

"We're so bad I miss having Ken Dorsey as QB"

"I miss Jimmy Raye's offense."

"We're so bad that if the Jags do fire Gus Bradley I hope we hire him to be our next D coordinator."



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