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Thread: Eli vs Alex Smith- The Stats/ Bradshaw Vs Gore Sacks/INTs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    The Giants got blown out by the Saints last year - who won the Super Bowl?

    Again, stats are meaningless. Any team can win any game.
    ...and the Niners eliminated the Saints....and then the Giants eliminated the Niners.

    Agree. Stats are meaningless.

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    I dont care if they reincarnate the 7 blocks of granite

    they are going down..........HARD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin49 View Post
    ...and the Niners eliminated the Saints....and then the Giants eliminated the Niners.

    Agree. Stats are meaningless.
    they are onlyreally meaningless when they are relatively close in nature. As they are with the Giants and the Niners.
    Stats do provide a basis of matchups though.
    With that said.....thjis should be a knock down drag out fight won by 3 or 6.....Unless some unsual event of turnovers or flukey plays occurs.
    "Measure Twice......Cut Once"
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheEnigma View Post
    - On the other side of the ball, the 49ers’ offensive line has been one of the best units in the league. Last year’s right guard Adam Snyder was a major liability and Alex Boone (+13.1) has proved to be a huge upgrade. Tackles Joe Staley and Anthony Davis have allowed their quarterback to be hit only six times all year, and they have been even better blocking in the run game. The fact that Davis has the lowest grade for the Niners’ starting offensive lineman at +7.2 suggests that it could be a long game for the front four of the G-men.

    From PFF - https://www.profootballfocus.com/blo...-49ers-week-6/

    None of that will matter because you'll just make some joke about him along the lines of "WOWZERS - Daniel Boone is still alive? Gore is an ordinary back!"
    LOL!!!

    Its nice to see it isn't just Niners fans arguing wth him.

    Its all good to love your team, we all do...but REALITY needs to kick in somewhere.

    Should be a great game on Sunday. Looking forward to seeing how Frank "Ordinary" Gore plays. SMH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip Empty View Post
    It's true - they don't defend the pass well. They do defend well against touchdowns though. The game could very well turn out to be field goal-athon.

    Either way, I reckon Bennett is key. TE is their biggest weakness on D.
    This is actually true. They do have trouble with TEs, but usually only when they put SS Whitner on them. They are much better when they have WIllis or Bowman cover the TE.

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    Marvin you ran up those stats against the leagues cellar dwellers............we are an elite team

    Forget the oline invincibility nonsense......we have legit all pros on our dline and our back 7 is not far off that quality

    we just moved another run stopper into the saftey position- Stevie Brown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvin49 View Post
    LOL!!!

    Its nice to see it isn't just Niners fans arguing wth him.

    Its all good to love your team, we all do...but REALITY needs to kick in somewhere.

    Should be a great game on Sunday. Looking forward to seeing how Frank "Ordinary" Gore plays. SMH.
    When it comes to facts, I'll always argue for the side that is right in a discussion. Saying that the two ground games between the 49ers and Giants are equal is simply false. Not only are the 49ers superior according to the statistics but they are also better according to the game film as well.

    On that same note, I'll go against anyone that even considers Alex Smith to be on the same level as Eli.

    Marvin you ran up those stats against the leagues cellar dwellers
    Did we not do the same to the Panthers and the Browns in the 2nd half?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BParcells777 View Post
    Marvin you ran up those stats against the leagues cellar dwellers............we are an elite team

    Forget the oline invincibility nonsense......we have legit all pros on our dline and our back 7 is not far off that quality

    we just moved another run stopper into the saftey position- Stevie Brown
    0-4 is the epitome of cellar dwelling. That's who the Giants ran up the score on.

    What you've said goes both ways.

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    I'll take our two headliners- Bradshaw and Wilson over theirs

    Yes they can run the ball........but they cannot pass the ball nearly as good as we can in a passers league

    Giants 31-17

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    its ridiculous to agrue these minutea endlessly

    let the game begin and let the guys in the roman colors get fed to the Lions

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