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Harbaugh's 2011 49ers VERSUS Shanahan's 2019 49ers(hypothetical)Who would win?

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Have to remember that Crabtree was the go to WR for the 2011 team. Unfortunately for that team, Sherman plays for the 2019 team and we know how that matchup will go. Also Shannahan could expose the 2011 LB Corp in pass coverage. Now the key is what would be the rules. Would it be the rules of 2011 or 2019? If it's 2011 where you could still knock the hell out of guy going over the middle then the 2019 team might have some problems. Jimmy Garoppolo is a middle of the field passer so Kittle, Sanders, and Samuels might all get knocked out of the game by the 2011 team's safeties. If it's the current rules then the 2011 team really has little chance of beating this season 49ers team. The team speed would kill Harbaugh's team.
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2011 was more talented 2019 is better coached
Originally posted by Jiks:
2011 was more talented 2019 is better coached

That 2011 team would absolutely run the ball down our throats and they'd stuff the running game we have completely. That team would make this team absolutely a finesse one in comparison. That team would plaster these offensive players at every level of that 2011 defense. Yes this team is better coached but as you've said. That 2011 team was hella talented and extremely proud and physical. Hell you got bow and Willis in the middle for crying out loud. They were monsters at that time. Freaks! Then up front with those Smith brothers! SMH. Then the back breaker hard hitting safeties we had! LOL
[ Edited by Pillbusta on Jan 3, 2020 at 10:44 PM ]
Originally posted by Pillbusta:
Originally posted by Jiks:
2011 was more talented 2019 is better coached

That 2011 team would absolutely run the ball down our throats and they'd stuff the running game we have completely. That team would make this team absolutely a finesse one in comparison. That team would plaster these offensive players at every level of that 2011 defense. Yes this team is better coached but as you've said. That 2011 team was hella talented and extremely proud and physical. Hell you got bow and Willis in the middle for crying out loud. They were monsters at that time. Freaks! Then up front with those Smith brothers! SMH. Then the back breaker hard hitting safeties we had! LOL

I agree with all the stuff you said, but dam its hard to count out Kyle scheming to destroy that squad.
No way the 2019 49ers lose to a mediocre Giants squad and go 1/13 on 3rd down, with that 1 being a meaningless conversion as time expired in regulation.

That game will be the ultimate legacy of that 2011 offense. Moving the ball was like pulling teeth
Originally posted by LayTheWoodall:
No way the 2019 49ers lose to a mediocre Giants squad and go 1/13 on 3rd down, with that 1 being a meaningless conversion as time expired in regulation.

That game will be the ultimate legacy of that 2011 offense. Moving the ball was like pulling teeth

God bless Alex Smith, but his only weapon was VD. That receiving corps was awful.
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by LayTheWoodall:
No way the 2019 49ers lose to a mediocre Giants squad and go 1/13 on 3rd down, with that 1 being a meaningless conversion as time expired in regulation.

That game will be the ultimate legacy of that 2011 offense. Moving the ball was like pulling teeth

God bless Alex Smith, but his only weapon was VD. That receiving corps was awful.

Crab before the achilles tear was better than Alex made us think he is. Just see his last 10 games with Kap in 2012.

So he had Crab/Delanie/VD, with Gore and Hunter out of the backfield. Same core (minus Hunter) that put up 30+ ppg in the 2012 playoffs. God bless VD, Delanie, and pre achilles tear Crab, but their QB held their passing offense back.
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Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by LayTheWoodall:
No way the 2019 49ers lose to a mediocre Giants squad and go 1/13 on 3rd down, with that 1 being a meaningless conversion as time expired in regulation.

That game will be the ultimate legacy of that 2011 offense. Moving the ball was like pulling teeth

God bless Alex Smith, but his only weapon was VD. That receiving corps was awful.

Agree. And it got just even worse as Baalkes drafts continued to stink.
Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by LayTheWoodall:
No way the 2019 49ers lose to a mediocre Giants squad and go 1/13 on 3rd down, with that 1 being a meaningless conversion as time expired in regulation.

That game will be the ultimate legacy of that 2011 offense. Moving the ball was like pulling teeth

God bless Alex Smith, but his only weapon was VD. That receiving corps was awful.

Agree. And it got just even worse as Baalkes drafts continued to stink.

They had Brett Swain in the NFCCG
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Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by LayTheWoodall:
No way the 2019 49ers lose to a mediocre Giants squad and go 1/13 on 3rd down, with that 1 being a meaningless conversion as time expired in regulation.

That game will be the ultimate legacy of that 2011 offense. Moving the ball was like pulling teeth

God bless Alex Smith, but his only weapon was VD. That receiving corps was awful.

Agree. And it got just even worse as Baalkes drafts continued to stink.

They had Brett Swain in the NFCCG



Conversely this 2019 front office can draft pretty well. Between Baalke and John Lynch. Its john lynch hands down that's better drafter than Baalke. Outside of (I think) 2011, Baalkes drafts stank. Outside of Solomon and Reuben, (2017 draft) John's drafting has been good to great.

Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
They had Brett Swain in the NFCCG

And Chad Hall in the next NFCCG

But nobody remembers because Kap used VD/Walker/pre achilles Crab the way an NFL QB should and the offense was awesome
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Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by LayTheWoodall:
No way the 2019 49ers lose to a mediocre Giants squad and go 1/13 on 3rd down, with that 1 being a meaningless conversion as time expired in regulation.

That game will be the ultimate legacy of that 2011 offense. Moving the ball was like pulling teeth

God bless Alex Smith, but his only weapon was VD. That receiving corps was awful.

Agree. And it got just even worse as Baalkes drafts continued to stink.

They had Brett Swain in the NFCCG



Conversely this 2019 front office can draft pretty well. Between Baalke and John Lynch. Its john lynch hands down that's better drafter than Baalke. Outside of (I think) 2011, Baalkes drafts stank. Outside of Solomon and Reuben, (2017 draft) John's drafting has been good to great.

Kyle wanted Kamara really bad then John got him to trade that pick to the Saints.

I'm fine with the Foster pick. Dude has the talent of a superstar. It was worth taking that chance. Solly though was just a dumb pick in everyway. We already have two first rounders playing his position.
Originally posted by CharlieSheen:
And Chad Hall in the next NFCCG

But nobody remembers because Kap used VD/Walker/pre achilles Crab the way an NFL QB should and the offense was awesome

Would have been better if SEA didn't intentionally take out Mario Manningham at the knees
Originally posted by All22:
Kyle wanted Kamara really bad then John got him to trade that pick to the Saints.

I'm fine with the Foster pick. Dude has the talent of a superstar. It was worth taking that chance. Solly though was just a dumb pick in everyway. We already have two first rounders playing his position.

Reuben Foster has worked out we'd not have needed Kwon today
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Originally posted by All22:
Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by Giedi:
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by LayTheWoodall:
No way the 2019 49ers lose to a mediocre Giants squad and go 1/13 on 3rd down, with that 1 being a meaningless conversion as time expired in regulation.

That game will be the ultimate legacy of that 2011 offense. Moving the ball was like pulling teeth

God bless Alex Smith, but his only weapon was VD. That receiving corps was awful.

Agree. And it got just even worse as Baalkes drafts continued to stink.

They had Brett Swain in the NFCCG



Conversely this 2019 front office can draft pretty well. Between Baalke and John Lynch. Its john lynch hands down that's better drafter than Baalke. Outside of (I think) 2011, Baalkes drafts stank. Outside of Solomon and Reuben, (2017 draft) John's drafting has been good to great.

Kyle wanted Kamara really bad then John got him to trade that pick to the Saints.

I'm fine with the Foster pick. Dude has the talent of a superstar. It was worth taking that chance. Solly though was just a dumb pick in everyway. We already have two first rounders playing his position.

I think Solly and Reuben were rookie mistakes. Not a problem when you get Bosa, Greenlaw, and a ton of DLinemen late that can pass rush (julian taylor for example). John and company learned from thier mistakes. Baalke just never learned and kept making the same mistakes over and over. I mean his drafts stank.
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