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Chandu
01-20-2012, 03:30 PM
Brent Jones said Giants are mediocre team that got lucky. He predicted 9er win by two touch down. Got a listen to the pod cast on KNBR680 for Murph and Mac show posted today. Man he really should shut his pie hole. I don't know about the Giants but I sure would use it to motivate the team. What you all think.

SFGiants
01-20-2012, 03:42 PM
Hes telling the truth,

Giants got lucky, you didnt stop the Packers,

Packers stopped their own selves.

Hail Mary TD? dropped passes that should have resulted in TD, lol

dezzzR
01-20-2012, 03:43 PM
Hes telling the truth,

Giants got lucky, you didnt stop the Packers,

Packers stopped their own selves.

Hail Mary TD? dropped passes that should have resulted in TD, loland the 9ers didnt get lucky beating the saints??gtfoh troll

ny06
01-20-2012, 03:46 PM
Who givesa **** what Brent Jones thinks?</P>


Former 49er players are coming out of the wood works this week. </P>


Who's next. Kevin ***an?</P>

sharick88
01-20-2012, 03:47 PM
It's funny how these queer *** niner fans are showing up like the plague all of a sudden. Where were you guys when your team sucked for the last decade or so? My bad, bandwagoners only show up when their team is decent. I get it now.

MikeIsaGiant
01-20-2012, 03:47 PM
Hes telling the truth,

Giants got lucky, you didnt stop the Packers,

Packers stopped their own selves.

Hail Mary TD? dropped passes that should have resulted in TD, loland the 9ers didnt get lucky beating the saints??gtfoh troll

Let him be, all of a sudden the 49ers are pretty good they come out of the woodworks

JPP
01-20-2012, 04:22 PM
Hes telling the truth,

Giants got lucky, you didnt stop the Packers,

Packers stopped their own selves.

Hail Mary TD? dropped passes that should have resulted in TD, lol

Bottom line we made them uncomfortable catching and throwing the ball. Plus we put up 37 points that could have easily been enough points even if our D only played half the game. Plus just like the 9ers we forced turnovers so how is our win any less legit. Take off your homer glasses, the Giants made plays and are still in the race we have just as good a shot as any team.

Ricci1331
01-21-2012, 01:58 PM
It's funny how these giant fans think they are gods gift cause they beat the packers. Packers don't have a defense that is even close to the Niners. Same result as the November game.

SweetZombieJesus
01-21-2012, 02:15 PM
I think it's the mothball fumes from their Steve Young jerseys making them loopy

SweetZombieJesus
01-21-2012, 02:17 PM
It's funny how these giant fans think they are gods gift cause they beat the packers. Packers don't have a defense that is even close to the Niners. Same result as the November game.

And you think you're great because you beat a Saints team playing on the road outside a dome, and you needed 2 comebacks to do it...

Yeah, the Giants only beat a 15-1 defending Super Bowl Champion with the 2nd best offense in NFL history at Lambeau field, nothing special about that.

SFranciscan
01-21-2012, 02:37 PM
It's funny how these giant fans think they are gods gift cause they beat the packers. Packers don't have a defense that is even close to the Niners. Same result as the November game.

And you think you're great because you beat a Saints team playing on the road outside a dome, and you needed 2 comebacks to do it...

Yeah, the Giants only beat a 15-1 defending Super Bowl Champion with the 2nd best offense in NFL history at Lambeau field, nothing special about that.


To be honest, I think the 49ers and the Saints (on an even field) are about evenly matched but you have to remember, the Saints were supposedly a better team than either the Giants or the 49ers (according to the East Coast "experts") and they were supposed to win that game by 3.5 points.

If you look at the first 55 minutes of the game, which is a lot more representative of how the teams actually played, the 49ers held the lead and forced five turnovers against a team that has been relatively stingy on turnovers.

The last five minutes of the game were just a fluke, both for the Saints and the 49ers. I would be willing to bet that nine times out of ten, neither team would be able to make two touchdowns in such a short amount of time, but both defenses were tired and both Brees and Smith had luck on their side on the long pass, but Smith came away with a higher passer rating than Drew Brees.

Beating Green Bay was no small accomplishment, but you won because their offense did not bring their a-game that did, your offense did, and Green Bay's defense is terrible.

The Giants are good enough to beat San Francisco in Candlestick, but the only way that is going to happen is if the 49ers start making mistakes like Green Bay and do not play like they have been for the last 17 games.

TroyArcher
01-21-2012, 03:03 PM
It's funny how these giant fans think they are gods gift cause they beat the packers. Packers don't have a defense that is even close to the Niners. Same result as the November game.

And the Niners don't have an Offense that is even in the same league as the Packers. I doubt there is one player on the 49ers offense that would start for the Packers. That tells you something.

TroyArcher
01-21-2012, 03:04 PM
It's funny how these giant fans think they are gods gift cause they beat the packers. Packers don't have a defense that is even close to the Niners. Same result as the November game.

And you think you're great because you beat a Saints team playing on the road outside a dome, and you needed 2 comebacks to do it...

Yeah, the Giants only beat a 15-1 defending Super Bowl Champion with the 2nd best offense in NFL history at Lambeau field, nothing special about that.


To be honest, I think the 49ers and the Saints (on an even field) are about evenly matched but you have to remember, the Saints were supposedly a better team than either the Giants or the 49ers (according to the East Coast "experts") and they were supposed to win that game by 3.5 points.

If you look at the first 55 minutes of the game, which is a lot more representative of how the teams actually played, the 49ers held the lead and forced five turnovers against a team that has been relatively stingy on turnovers.

The last five minutes of the game were just a fluke, both for the Saints and the 49ers.* I would be willing to bet that nine times out of ten, neither team would be able to make two touchdowns in such a short amount of time, but both defenses were tired and both Brees and Smith had luck on their side on the long pass, but Smith came away with a higher passer rating than Drew Brees.*

Beating Green Bay was no small accomplishment, but you won because their offense did not bring their a-game that did, your offense did, and Green Bay's defense is terrible.

The Giants are good enough to beat San Francisco in Candlestick, but the only way that is going to happen is if the 49ers start making mistakes like Green Bay and do not play like they have been for the last 17 games.*


Last 17 games mean nothing. Ask the Pats about that.

Firenugget
01-21-2012, 05:15 PM
It's funny how these giant fans think they are gods gift cause they beat the packers. Packers don't have a defense that is even close to the Niners. Same result as the November game.

And you think you're great because you beat a Saints team playing on the road outside a dome, and you needed 2 comebacks to do it...

Yeah, the Giants only beat a 15-1 defending Super Bowl Champion with the 2nd best offense in NFL history at Lambeau field, nothing special about that.


<font size="5"><u>To be honest, I think the 49ers and the Saints (on an even field) are about evenly matched</u></font> but you have to remember, the Saints were supposedly a better team than either the Giants or the 49ers (according to the East Coast "experts") and they were supposed to win that game by 3.5 points.

If you look at the first 55 minutes of the game, which is a lot more representative of how the teams actually played, the 49ers held the lead and forced five turnovers against a team that has been relatively stingy on turnovers.

The last five minutes of the game were just a fluke, both for the Saints and the 49ers. I would be willing to bet that nine times out of ten, neither team would be able to make two touchdowns in such a short amount of time, but both defenses were tired and both Brees and Smith had luck on their side on the long pass, but Smith came away with a higher passer rating than Drew Brees.

Beating Green Bay was no small accomplishment, but you won because their offense did not bring their a-game that did, your offense did, and Green Bay's defense is terrible.

The Giants are good enough to beat San Francisco in Candlestick, but the only way that is going to happen is if the 49ers start making mistakes like Green Bay and do not play like they have been for the last 17 games.


...Have you been drinking?

rick5292
01-21-2012, 05:36 PM
Hes telling the truth,

Giants got lucky, you didnt stop the Packers,

Packers stopped their own selves.

Hail Mary TD? dropped passes that should have resulted in TD, lol

<font color="#FF0000">I tell you the truth! I have NEVER seen such reasonable and intelligent fans on these message boards</font>!