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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]although he is leading my fantasy hoops team and we are in first

    viva la kobe
    [/quote]
    This is the exact reason I was so happy you took him. lol

    If you would have got D Will with your first pick would you have taken Kobe over Amare? Honestly...
    [/quote]

    DWill wasn't even in my top 13


    [/quote]
    He will be wearing purple and gold next year.
    [/quote]

    unless the Mavericks change their unis to purple and gold, no he wont
    [/quote]
    Makes me sad to see you say that. You have given up on D Will in Brooklyn.
    [/quote]

    once Lopez went down, that stopped any realistic chance of DHow coming to the Nets, which in turn gives no shot to DWill staying...

    DWill will be gone before deadline - to where is the question
    [/quote]
    That could go down as one of the worst trades of all time in NBA History. 3rd pick in the draft and 2 1st round picks for a year and a 1/2 of D Will. Maybe just 1 year. Plus he has been hot doggin it.

    Pau, Artest and 2 1st round picks for D Will.

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      I re-watched the first Giants-49ers game earlier this week to get ready for the NFC title game. Here’s what I learned:</p>


      1. The 49ers came out throwing aggressively from the first snap. They
      threw 11 of 13 times to open the game and it was effective.</p>


      Alex Smith got great protection and played an almost flawless game. I
      only charted one truly bad pass he made the entire game. The other
      incompletions were throwaways, drops, or tipped passes. His interception
      came on a bad drop by Ted Ginn.</p>


      It was the best game I saw Smith play all year. These weren’t just
      safe throws. Smith was very accurate and hit passes into small windows.
      He had time to go through his progressions and find his second or third
      read.</p>


      ESPN.com’s Mike Sando notes that the 49ers threw more on early downsagainst the Giants than any other game this year . . . until the win over the Saints in the playoffs.</p>


      2. The Giants only got pressure on Smith late in the game. They almost never got pressure just rushing four defenders. Justin Tuck was playing hurt, so it’s a different New York front now. They will have to get pressure on Smith faster.</p>


      Smith got hit and hurried almost as much as Eli Manning during this game, but it only happened when New York made Smith hold the ball a while.</p>


      <span id="more-180570"></span></p>


      3. The Giants focused on stopping Vernon Davis, usually with two defenders. They did a great job on him until a blown coverage late in the game. New York made Braylon Edwards (now released), Ted Ginn, Michael Crabtree, and Delanie Walker beat them.</p>


      4. New York played a lot of zone defense. After succeeding in man
      coverage last week against the Packers, perhaps the Giants will go to
      more man this around. Can Michael Crabtree and the other 49ers wideouts
      beat man coverage on the outside?</p>


      5.This wasn’t the defensive game you’d expect. (Although it wasn’t exactly cute.)
      There wasn’t a punt until midway through the third quarter. It was more
      about long, slow, productive drives and good situational defense.There
      were only four possessions in the first 25 minutes.</p>


      Like the Saints-49ers game, there was an explosion of scoring late in
      the game. The game’s four touchdowns took place in a nine minute span.</p>


      6. Frank Gore
      came into the game gimpy and left at halftime with zero yards on six
      carries. It’s impressive the 49ers managed to win despite only 50 yards
      from their running backs. New York will probably load up and try to make
      Smith beat them again.</p>


      7. Braylon Edwards ran bad routes and had communication issues with
      Smith twice in the red zone. Smith’s few misfires looked to be Edwards’
      fault. It’s easy to see why the 49ers cut Edwards.</p>


      8. This got way too long, so I’m going to do another post later
      Thursday on observations from when the Giants had the ball. You can
      also check out a preview by Silva for NBCSports.com. Our PFT picks are right here.</p>

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        [quote user="bigblue4417"]
        <H3>You're welcome, New York</H3>


        If you're a lifelong Seattle Mariners fan (as I am), then you too grimaced at the loss of our exceptionally talented young right-handed pitcher, Michael Pineda, in a trade to the New York Yankees. If you are like me too, all thought of logic went out the window as we watched another good one get away.</P>


        But after the dust has settled, and our emotions have calmed, this may have been one of the smarter moves this whole offseason. This is a move in which seemingly both teams simply got better. Of course, we Mariners fans only want our team to get better.</P>


        I haven't seen or heard much being made of this trade, and wonder aloud, if the fans of the Yankees really know just how good Pineda is? You'd never know from his win-loss record (due to the M's anemic run support), but Yankees fans ... you guys just completely scored. The M's gaunt offense just could not produce much of anything for either Pineda or King Felix.</P>


        Pineda is going to win a ton of games this year. Quote me on that.</P>


        Now: Who is this 22 year-old catcher Jesus Montero? This player we traded Pineda for. Does he have the offensive upside that the Mariners so direly need? Is Montero really the second-coming of Edgar Martinez?</P>


        Yes, yes. That is what they're saying, and that is what we are all waiting for. We've even named a street after old Edgar up here, you know.</P>


        The Mariners had to do something this offseason. This does seem drastic and not thoughtout completely, but what the hell do I know about a guy (Montero) that has only played in 61 MLB games? There is a collective expectation and fingers-crossed in the Northwest.</P>


        Tell me something good, Yankees fans. Tell me something good.</P>


        [/quote]</P>


        I understand their concern. They jsut dont know the deal yet, but we've obviously seen Pineda.
        But let's be honest....Seattle hasn't had any bats in forever. Suzuki doesn't count. what good is getting on base, if nobody else can hit the ball lol.
        The deal makes sense for both teams obviously. The more I think about it, I guess we did what we have to. But our players arent getting any younger. It sucks to give up a young stud...but, that's how baseball works....</P>
        Oderint Dum Metuant

        It's too bad, I'm too good....

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          "I grew up a San Francisco 49er fan," Jacobs said. "I loved Jerry Rice. I
          still love Jerry Rice. I have nothing negative to say about Jerry Rice.
          If he feels that way, he feels that way. I wish he was going to try and
          tackle me, though."

          "Knocked out of the game means you got hit in the head," Jacobs said. "I
          wish like hell one of them would try and hit me in my head, because
          that means they're staying high instead of going for your legs."


          "I really don't care how physical they are," Jacobs said. "I'm not
          afraid of anybody on that team. I'm not afraid of anybody in that
          organization. I'm ready to play football."

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            [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]btw, i've been getting my fair share of Laker games in lately

            Mike Brown may possibly run the worst offense in the league.


            HE SUCKS
            [/quote]
            Kobe runs the offense. Who you kidding?
            [/quote]

            there is no offense - theres no set plays, no motions, no nothing.

            Theres no offensive attack, theres a reason bynum isn't getting the ball because its 4 guys standing around
            https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheeBloodSport/

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              [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"]although he is leading my fantasy hoops team and we are in first

              viva la kobe
              [/quote]
              This is the exact reason I was so happy you took him. lol

              If you would have got D Will with your first pick would you have taken Kobe over Amare? Honestly...
              [/quote]

              DWill wasn't even in my top 13


              [/quote]
              He will be wearing purple and gold next year.
              [/quote]

              unless the Mavericks change their unis to purple and gold, no he wont
              [/quote]
              Makes me sad to see you say that. You have given up on D Will in Brooklyn.
              [/quote]

              once Lopez went down, that stopped any realistic chance of DHow coming to the Nets, which in turn gives no shot to DWill staying...

              DWill will be gone before deadline - to where is the question
              [/quote]
              That could go down as one of the worst trades of all time in NBA History. 3rd pick in the draft and 2 1st round picks for a year and a 1/2 of D Will. Maybe just 1 year. Plus he has been hot doggin it.

              Pau, Artest and 2 1st round picks for D Will.
              [/quote]

              Favors hasn't really developed yet though and you were going to lose Harris any way

              week draft class as well

              not as as bad, plus we'll be able to move him for something relevent anyway this year...

              it was worth the shot, once we trade him we wouldn't of lost too much for taking a shot
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                [quote user="bigblue4417"]"I grew up a San Francisco 49er fan," Jacobs said. "I loved Jerry Rice. I
                still love Jerry Rice. I have nothing negative to say about Jerry Rice.
                If he feels that way, he feels that way. I wish he was going to try and
                tackle me, though."

                "Knocked out of the game means you got hit in the head," Jacobs said. "I
                wish like hell one of them would try and hit me in my head, because
                that means they're staying high instead of going for your legs."


                <u>"I really don't care how physical they are," Jacobs said. "I'm not
                afraid of anybody on that team. I'm not afraid of anybody in that
                organization. I'm ready to play football."</u>
                [/quote]hes come a long way from "im getting my new car on tuesday"



                KILLLL EM BJ!!!

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                  [quote user="bigblue4417"]

                  I re-watched the first Giants-49ers game earlier this week to get ready for the NFC title game. Here’s what I learned:</p>


                  1. The 49ers came out throwing aggressively from the first snap. They
                  threw 11 of 13 times to open the game and it was effective.</p>


                  Alex Smith got great protection and played an almost flawless game. I
                  only charted one truly bad pass he made the entire game. The other
                  incompletions were throwaways, drops, or tipped passes. His interception
                  came on a bad drop by Ted Ginn.</p>


                  It was the best game I saw Smith play all year. These weren’t just
                  safe throws. Smith was very accurate and hit passes into small windows.
                  He had time to go through his progressions and find his second or third
                  read.</p>


                  ESPN.com’s Mike Sando notes that the 49ers threw more on early downsagainst the Giants than any other game this year . . . until the win over the Saints in the playoffs.</p>


                  2. The Giants only got pressure on Smith late in the game. They almost never got pressure just rushing four defenders. Justin Tuck was playing hurt, so it’s a different New York front now. They will have to get pressure on Smith faster.</p>


                  Smith got hit and hurried almost as much as Eli Manning during this game, but it only happened when New York made Smith hold the ball a while.</p>


                  <span id="more-180570"></span></p>


                  3. The Giants focused on stopping Vernon Davis, usually with two defenders. They did a great job on him until a blown coverage late in the game. New York made Braylon Edwards (now released), Ted Ginn, Michael Crabtree, and Delanie Walker beat them.</p>


                  4. New York played a lot of zone defense. After succeeding in man
                  coverage last week against the Packers, perhaps the Giants will go to
                  more man this around. Can Michael Crabtree and the other 49ers wideouts
                  beat man coverage on the outside?</p>


                  5.This wasn’t the defensive game you’d expect. (Although it wasn’t exactly cute.)
                  There wasn’t a punt until midway through the third quarter. It was more
                  about long, slow, productive drives and good situational defense.There
                  were only four possessions in the first 25 minutes.</p>


                  Like the Saints-49ers game, there was an explosion of scoring late in
                  the game. The game’s four touchdowns took place in a nine minute span.</p>


                  6. Frank Gore
                  came into the game gimpy and left at halftime with zero yards on six
                  carries. It’s impressive the 49ers managed to win despite only 50 yards
                  from their running backs. New York will probably load up and try to make
                  Smith beat them again.</p>


                  7. Braylon Edwards ran bad routes and had communication issues with
                  Smith twice in the red zone. Smith’s few misfires looked to be Edwards’
                  fault. It’s easy to see why the 49ers cut Edwards.</p>


                  8. This got way too long, so I’m going to do another post later
                  Thursday on observations from when the Giants had the ball. You can
                  also check out a preview by Silva for NBCSports.com. Our PFT picks are right here.</p>[/quote]

                  49ers are going to throw because the Saints have a weak secondary and pass rush that they try to enhance by blitzing their safteys with. I would imagine the 49ers will be throwing more than the average fan would think, but be more balanced than they were this past week.

                  Alex Smith seems to absolutely be turning the corner. Thats why when Dezz was talking **** about the 49ers, i was just trying to point out that we might be seeing a young QB who finally has some support and a shot to be more than just a decent QB.

                  We had NO pressure on Smith in that game. The scary part is that even though Tuck is more healthy and seems to be making more of an impact - that WAS a game we had Osi back. that WAS a game that JPP was there. Their OLine handled us. BUT VD had a big day vs us and Boley was out that game which was a huge blow to us. Personally I think Braylon being gone also helps us. We are in for much more of a battle than I think most around here would realize. I actually felt better about the GB game than I did this game.

                  We are now throwing a ton of different looks out there. We changed some defensively philosophies during the Jets game and have been playing alot of different looks and concepts. What we did coverage wise in that last game doens't bother me.

                  Lets not forget that I still think the reason we lost this game was because they took that onside kick from us and the fact that Eli missed the read to hit Manningham wide open and threw a pick instead for not seeing the sight adjustment. Those two plays single handedly lost us that game.

                  Im not fearing Gore, but i'm not overlooking him either.

                  I think the accountability we had to have for BRaylon made them a harder team to cover, but his mistakes were obviously killer for the 9ers.

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                    [quote user="bigblue4417"]"I grew up a San Francisco 49er fan," Jacobs said. "I loved Jerry Rice. I
                    still love Jerry Rice. I have nothing negative to say about Jerry Rice.
                    If he feels that way, he feels that way. I wish he was going to try and
                    tackle me, though."

                    "Knocked out of the game means you got hit in the head," Jacobs said. "I
                    wish like hell one of them would try and hit me in my head, because
                    that means they're staying high instead of going for your legs."


                    "I really don't care how physical they are," Jacobs said. "I'm not
                    afraid of anybody on that team. I'm not afraid of anybody in that
                    organization. I'm ready to play football."
                    [/quote]

                    the way it should be, but I would be worried about PAtrick Willis lol
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                      <h6 class="uiStreamMessage" data-ft="{&quot;type&quot;:1}"><span class="messageBody" data-ft="{&quot;type&quot;:3}">From Adam Schefter on Eli Manning: "I’m 100 percent. I had a full practice today, I did everything, took every rep. I feel good."</span></h6>

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                        OK, so two weeks ago, the person that i passed along my season tickets to gave me the choice of going to the Broncos game or to this weekends game if the Patriots advanced...I have seen my team raise the Lamar Hunt Trophy 3 times. I am taking my youngest to her very first Playoff Game.. I certainly hope this will be her first and my Fourth......This has been a crazy week so far- Got my autograph request back from Peyton Manning yesterday(such a nice fella).. Went to a hole in the wall pawn shop the other day and purchased a Jordan Jersey, Carl Yastrzemski Autographed Ball, and a very old Beatles Book.. $40 for everything. Opened the Beatles book to find Autographs of all four of those bloody blokes inside....lol. There was some old scotch tape on one of the pages, and as i was getting ready to remove it, noticed what looked like hair stuck underneath...Yes, wierd, creepy, and interesting all at the same time........

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                          Oh, by the way, in case your wondering about the little fella in the avatar.. Thats a little Sugar Bear..We are getting 2 of them any day now.....
                          I named mine Hamilton..After one of my all time favorite Pats players...

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                            David Akers broke the record for most field goals in a season. Surprised no one really has mentioned this. 9ers stall in the redzone a lot. Good news for us.

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                              [quote user="patsrule666"]OK, so two weeks ago, the person that i passed along my season tickets to gave me the choice of going to the Broncos game or to this weekends game if the Patriots advanced...I have seen my team raise the Lamar Hunt Trophy 3 times. I am taking my youngest to her very first Playoff Game.. I certainly hope this will be her first and my Fourth......This has been a crazy week so far- Got my autograph request back from Peyton Manning yesterday(such a nice fella).. Went to a hole in the wall pawn shop the other day and purchased a Jordan Jersey, Carl Yastrzemski Autographed Ball, and a very old Beatles Book.. $40 for everything. Opened the Beatles book to find Autographs of all four of those bloody blokes inside....lol. There was some old scotch tape on one of the pages, and as i was getting ready to remove it, noticed what looked like hair stuck underneath...Yes, wierd, creepy, and interesting all at the same time........[/quote]</P>


                              awesome, man....have fun at the game!</P>


                              I would kill to have anything Jordan autographed. When I was a kid, I'd ocasionally find stuff, but always well out of my 13 year old price range lmao...
                              I've never even seen a pawn shop around here. There used to be one near my road when i was living in the ghetto, that was there forever. but they shutdown recently. i never been in it anyway.</P>
                              Oderint Dum Metuant

                              It's too bad, I'm too good....

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                                [quote user="bigblue4417"]"I grew up a San Francisco 49er fan," Jacobs said. "I loved Jerry Rice. I
                                still love Jerry Rice. I have nothing negative to say about Jerry Rice.
                                If he feels that way, he feels that way. I wish he was going to try and
                                tackle me, though."

                                "Knocked out of the game means you got hit in the head," Jacobs said. "I
                                wish like hell one of them would try and hit me in my head, because
                                that means they're staying high instead of going for your legs."


                                "I really don't care how physical they are," Jacobs said. "I'm not
                                afraid of anybody on that team. I'm not afraid of anybody in that
                                organization. I'm ready to play football."
                                [/quote]Canty says, “Bring it on.”



                                “Physical, physical,” the Giants defensive tackle said when asked what
                                kind of game he expects. “This is not going to be a cute football game.
                                It’s not going to be for the meek and mild. This is going to be a
                                bloodbath.”</p><div style="overflow: hidden; color: rgb(0, 0, 0); background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255); text-align: left; text-decoration: none; border: medium none;">
                                Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/fo...#ixzz1k0n2emw6
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