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"The Joe Show" - Joe Staley Thread

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  • mayo49
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Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by SolRebe1:
While it's fair to criticize his play due to age n rust. The anger and disrespect directed at him baffles me. Reminds me of those ridiculous Dodger fans running over the Kershaw jerseys.

Staley has given his career and body to our organization.

Disrespect? Did fans boo or throw stuff at him?

The team has payed him handsomely for his services - what do you expect them to do, if he's starting to break down?
[ Edited by mayo49 on Nov 13, 2019 at 5:45 PM ]
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by SolRebe1:
While it's fair to criticize his play due to age n rust. The anger and disrespect directed at him baffles me. Reminds me of those ridiculous Dodger fans running over the Kershaw jerseys.

Staley has given his career and body to our organization.

Disrespect? Did fans boo or throw stuff at him?

The team has payed him handsomely for his services - what do you expect them to do, if he's starting to break down?

Nothing wrong with acknowledging him breaking down and drop in play, i see it too. But the sense of resentment and questioning his work ethic. Come on man
  • mayo49
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Originally posted by SolRebe1:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by SolRebe1:
While it's fair to criticize his play due to age n rust. The anger and disrespect directed at him baffles me. Reminds me of those ridiculous Dodger fans running over the Kershaw jerseys.

Staley has given his career and body to our organization.

Disrespect? Did fans boo or throw stuff at him?

The team has payed him handsomely for his services - what do you expect them to do, if he's starting to break down?

Nothing wrong with acknowledging him breaking down and drop in play, i see it too. But the sense of resentment and questioning his work ethic. Come on man

I never questioned his work ethic - he's always been a hard worker in my eyes. Just unfortunate that he's hurt - I think he still has something left.
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by SolRebe1:
Originally posted by mayo49:
Originally posted by susweel:
Originally posted by SolRebe1:
While it's fair to criticize his play due to age n rust. The anger and disrespect directed at him baffles me. Reminds me of those ridiculous Dodger fans running over the Kershaw jerseys.

Staley has given his career and body to our organization.

Disrespect? Did fans boo or throw stuff at him?

The team has payed him handsomely for his services - what do you expect them to do, if he's starting to break down?

Nothing wrong with acknowledging him breaking down and drop in play, i see it too. But the sense of resentment and questioning his work ethic. Come on man

I never questioned his work ethic - he's always been a hard worker in my eyes. Just unfortunate that he's hurt - I think he still has something left.

Wasn't referring to you bud.

However, note to self. Don't compare Niner fans to Dodger fans
Originally posted by SolRebe1:
While it's fair to criticize his play due to age n rust. The anger and disrespect directed at him baffles me. Reminds me of those ridiculous Dodger fans running over the Kershaw jerseys.

Staley has given his career and body to our organization.

No anger or disrespect here. I just want the guys that give us the best chance to win on the field. And he hasn't performed as well as others.
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Originally posted by MBNINER90266:
No anger or disrespect here. I just want the guys that give us the best chance to win on the field. And he hasn't performed as well as others.

I don't recall anyone complaining about his performance in weeks one and two.
Originally posted by evil:
I don't recall anyone complaining about his performance in weeks one and two.

I'm not; I'm complaining about Monday. Because it was an obvious drop-off from Skule's play. I didn't see any drop-off when Skule came in.
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Originally posted by MBNINER90266:
Originally posted by evil:
I don't recall anyone complaining about his performance in weeks one and two.

I'm not; I'm complaining about Monday. Because it was an obvious drop-off from Skule's play. I didn't see any drop-off when Skule came in.

So one bad game coming back from injury and we are jumping to conclusions? It is a small sample size especially considering we don't know how truly healthy Joe was going into the game.

We also know when Skule played, we schemed him help, something we don't do with Joe nor did we do going into that Seattle game.

It is an emotional overreaction from part of the fan base.
Needs to retire
Originally posted by evil:
Originally posted by MBNINER90266:
Originally posted by evil:
I don't recall anyone complaining about his performance in weeks one and two.

I'm not; I'm complaining about Monday. Because it was an obvious drop-off from Skule's play. I didn't see any drop-off when Skule came in.

So one bad game coming back from injury and we are jumping to conclusions? It is a small sample size especially considering we don't know how truly healthy Joe was going into the game.

We also know when Skule played, we schemed him help, something we don't do with Joe nor did we do going into that Seattle game.

It is an emotional overreaction from part of the fan base.

How good could joe have looked in practice leading up to the game. I feel like I didn't see him get much help, like a TE or rb chipping clowney.

This thread is f**king ridiculous. 90% of 49er fans are just really stupid. I just rewatched the game and only noticed 1 truly bad play on Staley's part. It was in the 3rd quarter with 10:45 on the clock. He bit on an inside fake by Clowney. Jimmy had to immediately step up into trouble, resulting in a sack. Bad play. The very next play, Staley stone-walled Clowney giving Jimmy almost 7 seconds in the pocket.

There were a couple other OL breakdowns that were way bigger issues than anything that can be pinned on Staley. Garland's whiff on the stunt that led to the Jimmy's first fumble. Then McGlinchy getting dominated by Clowney for the other fumble.

Overall, the OL protection was quite good. Clowney is an extremely talented pass-rusher. He was going to be disruptive. It is just unfortunate that Jimmy Garappolo couldn't protect the ball better.
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Originally posted by blm7754:
This thread is f**king ridiculous. 90% of 49er fans are just really stupid. I just rewatched the game and only noticed 1 truly bad play on Staley's part. It was in the 3rd quarter with 10:45 on the clock. He bit on an inside fake by Clowney. Jimmy had to immediately step up into trouble, resulting in a sack. Bad play. The very next play, Staley stone-walled Clowney giving Jimmy almost 7 seconds in the pocket.

There were a couple other OL breakdowns that were way bigger issues than anything that can be pinned on Staley. Garland's whiff on the stunt that led to the Jimmy's first fumble. Then McGlinchy getting dominated by Clowney for the other fumble.

Overall, the OL protection was quite good. Clowney is an extremely talented pass-rusher. He was going to be disruptive. It is just unfortunate that Jimmy Garappolo couldn't protect the ball better.
Is this considered a bad play or maybe not because Coleman was there to partially block? This is the first dropback of OT. btw I love Joe and will chalk this game up to rust. He isn't prime Joe anymore but still good enough to not be playing like how he did in this MNF game.
Originally posted by thl408:
Originally posted by blm7754:
This thread is f**king ridiculous. 90% of 49er fans are just really stupid. I just rewatched the game and only noticed 1 truly bad play on Staley's part. It was in the 3rd quarter with 10:45 on the clock. He bit on an inside fake by Clowney. Jimmy had to immediately step up into trouble, resulting in a sack. Bad play. The very next play, Staley stone-walled Clowney giving Jimmy almost 7 seconds in the pocket.

There were a couple other OL breakdowns that were way bigger issues than anything that can be pinned on Staley. Garland's whiff on the stunt that led to the Jimmy's first fumble. Then McGlinchy getting dominated by Clowney for the other fumble.

Overall, the OL protection was quite good. Clowney is an extremely talented pass-rusher. He was going to be disruptive. It is just unfortunate that Jimmy Garappolo couldn't protect the ball better.
Is this considered a bad play or maybe not because Coleman was there to partially block? This is the first dropback of OT. btw I love Joe and will chalk this game up to rust. He isn't prime Joe anymore but still good enough to not be playing like how he did in this MNF game.

to colemans defense, I think he didn't expect no one to be blocking there.
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Originally posted by thl408:
Is this considered a bad play or maybe not because Coleman was there to partially block? This is the first dropback of OT. btw I love Joe and will chalk this game up to rust. He isn't prime Joe anymore but still good enough to not be playing like how he did in this MNF game.

Thanks TH, good ish as usual!!!
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Love me some Joe Staley, that said.. dude should of had another week of solid practice before the coaching staff disrupted a working solid offensive line. Had Joe and Mike not played, there is a chance the outcome of that game on Monday was different but he would also be healthy and practicing at a full capacity. Hindsight is 20/20 however, and at the time it only made sense to plug your all-pro tackle back in. Hindsight however, was over after the first quarter and he honestly should of been pulled out or at least rotated out to see if it made any difference. I paid choose attention to him and Mike in the first quarter and was calling for their heads constantly in the game day thread.
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