2010 San Francisco 49ers drinking game

Nov 29, 2010 at 9:48 AM4


Sometimes, as a fan, it is tough to find the exact words to express how truly disappointing the San Francisco 49ers have been this season. After all, many "experts" predicted this team to be the favorite to win the NFC West, a division that is clearly one of the worst in football. Luckily, some fans are at least able to find some humor in the situation.

Within our forums, a number of fans have compiled a list of 49ers miscues from the season and have turned them into a drinking game. You know, one of those, "Every time you see this happen, take a shot" kind of deals. Many of the items are pretty amusing and the list does a pretty good job of showing how bad the team has performed over the course of the season.

Below is a good selection of items from the drinking game. Of course, I am just posting this in good humor and because I found it to be an accurate representation of the consistent mistakes this team makes. I fully support responsible drinking and given the list, odds are you would be passed out by the end of the first quarter if you actually tried to play. So please take this list for what it is ... an amusing collection by fans and not encouragement to actually attempt to play this game. Doing so may be very dangerous.

And now the rules of the game.

Take a shot ...

  • Any time Frank Gore runs up the middle on first down.
  • Whenever the 49ers waste a timeout due to poor time management.
  • Whenever the 49ers turn the ball over.
  • Nate Rule: Whenever the 49ers get a turnover and then give it right back on the same play.
  • Whenever the 49ers are held scoreless in a quarter.
  • Whenever the 49ers are held scoreless at the end of a game.
  • Any time Anthony Davis or Chilo Rachal are flagged for a false start, holding or give up a sack.
  • Any time Parys Haralson or Dashon Goldson miss a tackle.
  • Any time the 49ers go three and out.
  • Every time head coach Mike Singletary claps when something bad happens.
  • Every time you can predict the play correctly before it happens.

Post Game Bonus

  • Whenever head coach Mike Singletary says "I have to look at the tape" or something similar.

View the original thread which has even more amusing rules to this game. Please note that you must be a member to view this thread.
The opinions within this article are those of the writer and, while just as important, are not necessarily those of the site as a whole.


4 Comments

  • Jane
    Hey, that's the greastet! So with ll this brain power AWHFY?
    Jun 4, 2011 at 11:51 PM
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  • Joe Frazier
    All this is true, but we have to remember this is improvement. If not for two field goals in OT we might have had a season without a win. Have we forgotten the Dennis Erickson era or the Mike Nolan regime. Remember when our top receiver was Brandon Llyod? Yes, this sucks, but we consistently hit .500 each season that beats being the cellar all the time. Plus, Alex is on the bench and if that is almost worth burning yet another season. Here's to Gruden in a 9ers cap!
    Nov 29, 2010 at 11:53 PM
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  • Team York
    Nice article David. Even though the games are horrible its importnant to me that niner fans keep a sense of humor. And find the humor in this season, because this truly is a unique and hilarious season. 1) Our coach wears the biggest cross in the NFL. Can we get an extra point for that? 2) "I need to watch the film". Our coach has watched Jesus of Nazerath and Miracle of Marcelino twenty times this week. 3) Our coach repeats himself constantly . . . why do i still not understand what he is saying. 4) Our coach does not know anything about offensive or defensive coordaination. Neither do I, Can I get the job next, Mr. York? 5) Our coach screams the loudest and runs the fastest when he calls a Time Out. He learned that in Coaching 101. 6) Our coach collaspes on the field after every loss from mental exhaustion. 7) Our coach is prepared this week. . . To shoot himself in the face with a squirt gun because he can't take another loss. 8) Our coach wants to thank the Arizona Cardinals for kicking our A$$ tonight! 9) Our coach is leaving the Niners to become a comedian on the Late Show with David Lettermen. 10) God bless you Jesus there is a God.
    Nov 29, 2010 at 12:03 PM
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    Response: Actually, the "cross" is listed in the original thread. I was just not gonna touch that one. :)
  • Johnny
    haha that is great! You would be completely trashed by Halftime if you actually played this game. This team is so bad it hurts, but props to fans for having the positive point of view to turn this into something fun lol
    Nov 29, 2010 at 11:12 AM
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