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  • #46
    Originally posted by chuy View Post

    Now ask yourself that question. What if you guys get down by 2 scores against the 2nd best pass D in the league, what will you do then?
    What we do to everyone else, put the ball in Eli Manning's hands, sit back, and enjoy the show!

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    • #47
      Originally posted by chuy View Post
      It depends on when it is in the game. I think if its 1st half or early in the 3rd quarter we do not abandon our gameplan. We still tout one of the best D's in the league so we would trust them to keep you guys from scoring and we try to chop down the lead. Now if we're talking late 3rd quarter or 4th then of course we start to throw more. We do have experience coming back by multiple scores (eagles game last season) and multiple times in the 4th quarter (saints playoff game last season). I hope it doesn't come down to this.

      Now ask yourself that question. What if you guys get down by 2 scores against the 2nd best pass D in the league, what will you do then?
      keep throwing, we have arguably the best QB in the business.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by TuckandRolle View Post
        What we do to everyone else, put the ball in Eli Manning's hands, sit back, and enjoy the show!
        its what he does best.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by TheEnigma View Post
          Abuse Carlos Rogers? Tarell Brown isn't too shabby but not unbeatable either. We face better defensive backs in our own division against the Cowboys and Eagles so we're used to secondaries that are good. Depending on the amount of time left on the clock, I'm not too worried about your pass coverage unless you switch to multiple nickel and dime packages.
          Now you're talking about big name acquistions not how these players are actually playing. Look, I thought the eagles and cowboys secondaries were gonna be studs also but that is hype not how they are actually performing. I don't blame you for thinking your team can win, I'm stating the reasons why I think they won't. It's all in good fun, looking forward to a great game.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by chuy View Post
            First of all the Vikings are 4-1 and clearly a good team so they just beat us. Second, you guys are a passing team and right now we have the 2nd best pass D in the league and that is after playing the Pack and the Lions. A wish to play well because you feel you are the underdogs is nice and all but is a bit of a stretch to in any way validate that we should expect a loss.
            I can rattle off alot of 4-1 teams over the years that haven't amounted to a hill of beans.

            Frankly, I'm not sure if the 49ers are even going to win the NFC West.

            I'm not guaranteeing a win......it's going to be a tough game. However, I feel good about the Giant's chances because:

            1) The Giants are the Super Bowls Champs
            2) Our QB is a 2 time SB MVP.
            3) Giants beat 49ers in the NFCCG

            Since the last time these teams met, teh 49ers have retooled a bit....but so have the Giants. It should be a fun game.
            Last edited by joemorrisforprez; 10-08-2012, 05:07 PM.
            "I like linebackers. I collect 'em. You can't have too many good ones." - Bill Parcells

            "Name the starting linebackers from 2007." - Jerry Reese

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            • #51
              Originally posted by TuckandRolle View Post
              What we do to everyone else, put the ball in Eli Manning's hands, sit back, and enjoy the show!
              Originally posted by Eli TO Shockey View Post
              keep throwing, we have arguably the best QB in the business.
              Originally posted by Eli TO Shockey View Post
              its what he does best.
              Agree Manning is clutch. Hopefully we're able to hold him at the end of the game and I'm banking on yes we will. No disrespect and I'm expecting a close game just think we will win. I've posted my prediction on a couple of threads here I'm predicting a 20-13 win so I'm not under the dilusion that we will blow you guys out. I expect a tough, hard fought game.

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              • #52
                Originally posted by TheEnigma View Post
                Nice writeup OP. I want your thoughts on this possible scenario: The 49ers are down by two possessions to the Giants (Any moment in the game will suffice) due to an unexpected surge by the Giants offense. Do the 49ers make any changes to their offensive gameplan and if they go to the pass more, is there confidence in any of their receiving options sans Vernon Davis?

                I respect what the 49ers bring out on the field but I do want to see them win a come from behind game this year to solidify their mental toughness in such a situation. The Falcons did that against the Panthers and that's why I have them ranked as the best team in the NFL as of this moment.
                Thanks.

                Crabtree has become Alex Smith's favorite target this season besides Vernon Davis. Crabtree is having his best season by far already and the chemistry is there between the two of them more so than ever. Manningham and Smith have looked better each and every week and I expect that to continue to grow as the season progresses. Harbaugh and OC Greg Roman are the masters of making a gameplan but yes of course if we are trailing late in the game it would force us to change our approach im sure.

                Alex Smith and our offense has had plenty of game winning drives... so be it none of them came this season but believe it or not Alex SMith had the most come from behind victory's last season... so we have the ability to do it just so happens we havent had many chances to do so this season. Our defense is beasting this year and making things pretty easy for our offense.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by 9ernation94 View Post
                  First I wanna say congrats on beating us last season in the NFCCG. It was such a heart breaking loss and to be honest it has fueled some pretty hostile emotions towards your team, but nonetheless, I respect what you guys accomplished last season.I had this game circled the day the schedule came out and i'm pretty sure everyone within the 49ers organization did as well. With that said, let's talk about this weekends match-up!

                  The 49ers did something this weekend to the Buffalo Bills that no other team in the history of the NFL has ever done. Our passing attack and running attack was the epitome of balanced. We rushed AND passed for over 300 yards in a game which like I mentioned above has never been done. Alex Smith has come such a LONG way under coach of the year Jim Harbaugh. It's actually remarkable to see as a 49er fan just how far he's come. For those who know and understand the Alex Smith story it's hard not to root for a guy like him. I use to think Smith was nothing more than a game manager but so far this season he has changed my perception of himself. his accuracy has been amazing and his ability to NOT turn the ball over is something we just arent use to seeing from him. Smith is no longer the weak spot on our offense and to be honest we don't have many weak spots on our team at all. We have so much depth on both offense and defense in 2012. Lets look at some numbers.

                  The 49ers lead the league in rushing averaging nearly 200 yards a game (195.8). We are not a one trick pony with Frank Gore either. We have several guys who can run the rock. Gore of course is our main rusher but not many people know about Kendal Hunter. This kid is gonna be special when he gets his chance to be a starter. With a rushing attack like ours and a great defense it's hard for opposing teams to get any kind of rhythm going. As a unit on offense we are ranked 6th in total offense while averaging 29.8 points per contest. Of course the best thing about the 49ers is their relentless defense which ranks 2nd in the NFL behind only the Seattle Seahags. Nobody can run the ball on us (Vikings had some success against us which is very rare) but other than them over the last season and a half it's not easy gaining yards on the ground against the best front 7 in the NFL. The difference from last years defense to this years defense is our secondary. We are also 2nd in the NFL with passing yards allowed averaging ONLY 181 yards per contest. That is impressive considering we have played some pretty good QB's in A.Rodgers and M.Stafford.

                  All stats aside I am expecting this game to be a hard fought game that will come down to the wire! May the best team win and hopefully it's an injury free Sunday! Good luck guys.

                  9ers win 31-24

                  Are you done jerking off yet?

                  Why is it only a SF fan can make a "good luck to both teams" post sound like "watch me while I stroke off over how good my team is..oh, and you guys are good too. Really.". The funny thing to me is that SF Giants fans do the same thing....

                  No consistent championships to speak of but lots of but lots and lots of "look at us! look at us! we're really good! we're a burgeoning dynasty!"

                  WIn a few championships and then lets' talk.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by chuy View Post
                    Now you're talking about big name acquistions not how these players are actually playing. Look, I thought the eagles and cowboys secondaries were gonna be studs also but that is hype not how they are actually performing. I don't blame you for thinking your team can win, I'm stating the reasons why I think they won't. It's all in good fun, looking forward to a great game.
                    this overconfident, ****y arrogance from niners nation is all too familiar. I remember the same "we are way better than you on paper" talk last year before we came into your house and beat you.

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Eli TO Shockey View Post
                      you can go gloat about your team on your own MB. nobody here cares.


                      btw, what happened to A.smith against the gmen in the playoffs last year? Oh yea..now i remember....what was it, 2 completions to WR's?
                      compare last years WR's to this year. Clearly we have made MANY upgrades at the position. BTW I was not gloating just throwing some numbers out there for you guys to chew on.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by chuy View Post
                        Now you're talking about big name acquistions not how these players are actually playing. Look, I thought the eagles and cowboys secondaries were gonna be studs also but that is hype not how they are actually performing. I don't blame you for thinking your team can win, I'm stating the reasons why I think they won't. It's all in good fun, looking forward to a great game.
                        Uhh Brandon Carr and DRC are better than any CBs on your roster. Have you actually watched those two play? Carr only got abused by Brandon Marshall but Marshall has a tendency to perform very well against top DBs. You must of assumed I was giving props to Nnamdi which isn't case at all but rather DRC and Boykin who are around the top of the league in Yards Allowed Per Route Ran.

                        The point is that the Giants know the whole deal with Carlos Rogers and how to abuse him. Remember he was the one who struggled mightily against Cruz in the NFCCG. Brown isn't a bad player but again, we can get our shots in on him if need be. The only players we seriously worry about are your two inside linebackers and some of your dlinemen.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by chuy View Post
                          Now you're talking about big name acquistions not how these players are actually playing. Look, I thought the eagles and cowboys secondaries were gonna be studs also but that is hype not how they are actually performing. I don't blame you for thinking your team can win, I'm stating the reasons why I think they won't. It's all in good fun, looking forward to a great game.
                          Other than Detroit who only have Calvin Johnson and no run game and GB whose o-line can't block a pee-wee Defensive front and has no run game period, what threatening passing games have the 49ers faced? The #2 ranking is inflated. You are about to take on arguably the #1 passing attack in the NFL. The Giants have 5 WR's that could start for many teams and finally a true weapon at TE. Your team are also going up against one of the top pass blocking O-lines in the NFL (4 sacks allowed and barely any knock-downs of Eli that weren't late hits that were penalized). And don't come at me and say look what the 49ers did to Eli in the playoffs because this O-line has new/different additions to it that are better at pass protection by miles over last year's squad. I think you are a tad bit over-confident in your comments regarding your team's pass defense.
                          Last edited by repeatchamps; 10-08-2012, 05:16 PM.
                          Over 7000 posts, advanced member, joined March 2002. 1st post (as anonymous) was the day after Super Bowl 35

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                          • #58
                            Originally posted by dcpd813 View Post
                            I think that if that happens, Giants fans will be surprised with our passing game. Crabtree has really stepped up this year, Moss is dependable and I have been really happy with Manningham.
                            I'd be interested to see that. Crabtree is good but inconsistent. He's yet to accomplish anything significant in the league. Moss is a washed up after thought. If he's your number 2, well all I can say is: about that, sorry.

                            I really like Manningham but there's a reason the Giants let him walk. Putting aside the SB catch, his field awareness is below average as is his consistency and route running.

                            You were saying?

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by 9ernation94 View Post
                              compare last years WR's to this year. Clearly we have made MANY upgrades at the position. BTW I was not gloating just throwing some numbers out there for you guys to chew on.
                              gloat (glt)
                              intr.v. gloat·ed, gloat·ing, gloats
                              To feel or express great, often malicious, pleasure or self-satisfaction

                              sound familiar?

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by TheEnigma View Post
                                Come on guys, the OP wasn't THAT bad. Of course he is excited that his team just made an NFL record yesterday. You dang right know we would be boasting about it too if we put up 300 yards of passing and rushing on the Browns. I'd say he was pretty classy and respectful with his introduction.
                                Thank you. I wasn't trying to come across as arrogant at all.

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